<onlyinclude><infobox> <title source="name"> <default>Izanami</default> </title> <image source="image"> </image> <group> <label>Aliases</label><default>Unknown</default> <label>Relatives</label><default>Unknown</default> <label>Affiliation</label><default>Unknown</default>

       <header>Biographical information</header>
       <label>Marital status</label><default>Unknown</default>
       <header>Physical description</header>
       <label>Weight</label><default>Unknown</default></dataIzanami is the Human Matriarch of the Jungles Region.

Met as a random encounter while exploring the jungle region, she can become a household lover for the castle and give birth to 12 different daughters, mixed with random characteristics, of Asian appearance.

"Further inside you once again meet the shapely woman from the jungle, this time almost dressed. She sits in a position somewhat in the middle of almost getting up and almost sitting down. While your attention mainly has been placed with her other attributes her eyes seem rather strange, with a fold covering the inner corner of the eye. Not wishing to stare without end you ask whom you have the pleasure of meeting once again."

Her character is inspired by her namesake Izanami from Japanese creation myth. Her pictures are from the porn star Hitomi Tanaka.


The slime girl possibly met during her quest becomes an encounter after Izanami moves into the camp. It is not possible to move the slime girl into a build home for her kin, as the code she is written on is different.


Names for possible children in game, taken from the most popular Chinese and Japanese family names, include:

"Wang", "Wáng", "Wong", "Lǐ", "Lee", "Zhāng", "Cheung", "Liú", "Lau", "Chén", "Chan", "Yáng", "Yeung", "Huáng", "Zhào", "Chiu", "Wú", "Zhōu", "Chow", "Xú", "Tsui", "Sūn", "Suen", "Mǎ", "Zhū", "Hú", "Guō", "Hé", "Gāo", "Lín", "Luó", "Satō", "Suzuki", "Takahashi", "Tanaka", "Watanabe", "Itō", "Nakamura", "Kobayashi", "Yamamoto", "Katō", "Yoshida", "Yamada", "Sasaki", "Yamaguchi", "Matsumoto", "Inoue", "Kimura", "Shimizu", "Hayashi", "Saitō", "Yamasaki", "Nakajima", "Mori", "Abe", "Ikeda", "Hashimoto", "Ishikawa", "Yamashita", "Ogawa", "Ishii", "Hasegawa", "Gotō", "Okada", "Kondō", "Maeda", "Fujita", "Endō", "Aoki", "Sakamoto", "Murakami", "Ōta", "Kaneko", "Fujii", "Fukuda", "Nishimura", "Miura", "Takeuchi", "Nakagawa", "Okamoto", "Matsuda", "Harada", "Nakano".

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