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Mew Kukki
Biographical Information
Age 14
Relatives Arisu Karin (sister)
Arisu Hayato (father)
Occupation Student
Status Alive
Physical Description
Species Human
Gender Female
Height 154 cm
Mew Form
Animal DNA Squirrel
Weapon Hazel Bell
Abilities Chris Healing
Mew Mark Kurisu Mew mark
Other Information
Likes Sunny weather, ice cream
Dislikes Winter, Wednesdays

Arisu Kurisu (有栖 クリス Arisu Kurisu?, Christina Abrahams in Mew Mew Flower) is one of the Mews from Flower Mix✿Mew Mew. Kurisu was the third girl to join the Flower Mew Mew project. Kurisu is a calm but very honest member of the student council of her school. Due to her elegant princess-like appearance, Kurisu is admired by the people around her, especially at school.

Kurisu's DNA is fused with the one of a squirrel and her alter ego is Mew Chris (ミュークリス Myū Kurisu?). Mew Chris also known as the chestnut of peace.

Character Profile

Profile

  • Full Name: Arisu Kurisu
  • Full Name (Jap): 有栖、クリス
  • Birth Date: May 30th
  • Zodiac Sign: Gemini
  • Affiliation: Flower Mew Mew project
    Kitazaki Middle School
    Kitazaki Student Council
  • Blood Type: 0

Personality

Kurisu is a calm and very elegant member of the student council of the Kitazaki Middle School. Kurisu is honest and will tell people always what she thinks, however, she tries to not hurt their feelings when doing so. If it happens that Kurisu hurts others with her words, she feels bad and starts questioning herself and her decisions. Yet, due to her elegant and very princess-like appearance, Kurisu is admire by students, as well as teachers, at her school and also people around her. Kurisu has a passion for baking and making sweets, which she usually shares with her classmates.

Appearance

Relationships

Family Members

Mew Mews


Abilities

Mew Chris

Squirrel

A squirrel

TBA

Transforamtion

Weapon & Attacks


Name

Arisu (有栖?) - Arisu comes from A (?) meaning "possession", combined with Risu (?) meaning "habitat", "to roost" or "to dwell". So Arisu could mean "dwelling possession". However, Risu, written as 栗鼠 means "squirrel" in Japanese, which may be an obvious reference to her animal motif. Also, "Arisu" is the Japanese variant of the English name "Alice".

Kurisu (クリス?) - Kurisu is the Japanese way of pronouncing the English unisex name "Chris". Chris can come from Christina and can mean "a Christian".[1] However, this meaning may have nothing to do with the character Kurisu. However, Kurisu, could be a reference to both of her motives; Kuri, written as 栗, means "chestnut", and risu means "squirrel" in Japanese.

Name Changes

  • English Dub: Christina Abrahams

Trivia

  • Kurisu's beta name was Hikajitsu Kukki, but was changed to Arisu Kurisu, in order to make it sound more like an actual Japanese name.
  • While in beta Kurisu's main was planned to be based on cookies, Kurisu's actual main motif are hazelnuts now.
  • Kurisu is the only Flower Mix Mew Mew to have an English name.
  • Some translators mistranslated Kurisu's name as "Kris".
  • Kurisu shares some similarities with Arisugawa Himari from KiraKira☆Pretty Cure Á La Mode:
    • Both girls enjoy cooking.
    • Both girls transform into a squirrel girl.
    • Both girls are magical girls.
    • Both girls have "Arisu" in their family names.
    • Both girls are the shortest of their group.

Gallery

References

  1. http://www.behindthename.com/name/christian
Flower Mix ✿ Mew Mew
Project Mew Kiyama ItsukiFluffMew PeachMew ApricotMew ChrisMew BlueMew CamelliaMew Jasmine
Alien Force ShinkuUsabeniTsukikageGreat FaintWithered
Items Mew Flower PendantPeach LyraApricot FluteHazel BellBerrybourineFlower RockFlower Soul
Music Hearts Will Be ConnectedScent of Tomorrow
Episodes Episode 01Episode 02Episode 03Episode 04Episode 05Episode 06Episode 07Episode 08Episode 09
Episode 10Episode 11Episode 12Episode 13Episode 14Episode 15Episode 16Episode 17Episode 18

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