What's in a Name

Hizumi's first name is spelled using the characters for fire (火) and the Chinese charatcer meaning clear (澄) . His last name Mizushiro is separated into two parts. The first part, Mizu which most likely representative of water (ミズ). This counteracts the apparent affinity for fire that his first name represents, which can be seen in Hizumi’s inner conflicts over whether he can change his fate or if he is doomed to abide by Kiyotaka's plan. The second part of his name shiro which when using the character of (シロ) can be defined as white. Hizumi is often seen wearing white clothes that contradict Ayumu's dark shirts. Beyond that, it contradicts the role of devil that he was forced into and it represents Hizumi's mental state. Hizumi is constantly trying to find good in the world by looking at Ayumu, he wants to find a light in his dark, forced existence.

Below is a profile of Hizumi's name which describe the characteristics that it implies. Although the name Hizumi creates the urge to be self-expressive and generous, we emphasize that it causes restless intensity that defies relaxation. This name, when combined with the last name, can frustrate happiness, contentment, and success, as well as cause health weaknesses in the liver, bloodstream, and solar plexus. The name of Hizumi is versatile and creative. There is hardly anything he cannot do if he puts his mind to it, but a driving urge leads him to one experience after another, seldom finishing what he starts. He cannot find peace of mind or lasting contentment in anything he does. As soon as a challenge is met, boredom sets in, and he yearns for another experience. This restlessness makes it difficult for him to assume responsibility and to establish stable, progressive conditions in his life.