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Title Himiko
Gender Female
Race La Metalian
Faction Queen Millennia
Homeworld La Metal

Himiko or Pimiko (卑弥呼, d. ca. 248) was an obscure shaman queen of Yamataikoku in ancient Wa (Japan). Her existence however, much like her kingdom is strongly debated on whether or not it had existed. Within the works of Leiji Matsumoto, Himiko's name comes up a few times as reference material.

Recorded History Edit

Early Chinese dynastic histories chronicle tributary relations between Queen Himiko and the Cao Wei Kingdom (220-265), and record that the Yayoi period people chose her as ruler following decades of warfare among the kings of Wa. Early Japanese histories do not mention Himiko, but historians associate her with legendary figures such as Empress Consort Jingū, who was Regent (ca. 200-269) in roughly the same era as Himiko. Scholarly debates over the identity of Himiko and the location of her domain Yamatai have raged since the late Edo period, with opinions divided between northern Kyūshū or traditional Yamato province in present-day Kinki. "The Yamatai controversy", writes Keiji Imamura (1996:188), is "the greatest debate over the ancient history of Japan."

Leijiverse Edit

In the Queen Millennia movie, she is revealed to be a previous Queen Millennia. Along with Cleopatra and Yang Guifei, she is resurrected to help Yayoi Yukino.

The Tokyo Cruise ShipsEdit

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The Tokyo Cruise Ship (東京都観光汽船 Tōkyō-to Kankō Kisen, "Tokyo Metropolis Sightseeing Ship") is a water bus operator in Tokyo. The Himiko (ヒミコ) is one of their ships whose design was produced by Leiji Matsumoto, a famous comic artist.

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