Bunkichi is a stereotypical caring but senile old man, often seen speaking to himself, but unaware he is doing it. Mitsuko is the quiet but sweet wife, very emotional at times. During each visit, Bunkichi shoves an item in the protagonist's pocket amidst conversation, and the protagonist refusing the item will only upset him.
Bunkichi and Mitsuko reveal to the protagonist that the persimmon tree was planted in memory of their son. Later in the Social Link the couple learn that the school plans to cut down to persimmon tree in order to add a new wing to the school.
Bunkichi Sawada (沢田 文吉, Sawada Bunkichi, 18 July 1920 – 12 May 2006) was a Japanese pole vaulter who won gold medals at the 1951 and 1954 Asian Games. He placed sixth at the 1952 Summer Olympics , where he served as the flag bearer for Japan.
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The latest Tweets from bunkichi (@bu_n_kichi). 音楽（や文房具）などに興味があります 。. Iwate, JAPAN
Bunkichi and Mitsuko (Hierophant) Requires you to have a leaf from a tree in the yard next to the gym at school. First available on April 25 on Monday-Saturday.
Bunkichi Kitou (鬼頭 文吉, Kitō Bunkichi) is a fictional character from manga series of Baki the Grappler.
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