Husband of Kamakiri's Former Mate

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This unnamed male is a minor character of Ginga Densetsu Weed: Orion.

He is the new husband of Kamakiri's former mate and is the father of Jirō and Ichi.

When Akakamakiri, Kamajirō and Kurokamakiri were still pups, their mother was constantly abused by their father Kamakiri. One day, their ways separated from each other and she soon started a new life. She met her new mate and they lived happily together with their two sons.


Unlike Kamakiri, who was heartless and cruel towards his wife and even toward his sons, the new husband is completely the opposite: He is more affectionate toward her and their children and cares more about their safety than his own life. Even if he isn't good at fishing or even fighting, his wife loves him for his kindness.

Ginga Densetsu Weed: Orion

The family is seen catching fish near a rapid stream. The husband isn't good at catching fish, but he stills commends his mate for catching the fish for them. Suddenly, as they began to feast on the fish, Akakamakiri, who was watching with anger, howled with rage.

The family heard it and they saw the dog. The husband immediately thought it was Kamakiri and wanted to leave at once. Just then, Akakamakiri fell down the cliff and injured himself by accident, the husband wanted his family to escape, but when his wife got closer and realized it was her previous son, she approached the wounded irish grey hound.

The husband feared Akakamakiri was dangerous and wanted her to stay away from him. She replied that she knew the wounded dog was her son, and that she could at least lick his wounds. Unsure of what to do, the husband let her heal Akakamakiri's wounds. When his pups asked what their mother was doing, he replied to his sons that it was somebody their mother knew before he met him.

They watched as she explained to her previous son why she ran away and could not take the irish grey hound brothers with her.

Still angered by his mother's abandonment, Akakama leaves in a rage. The husband comforts his wife as she cries about her sons. 

Later on, the new family come across a puppy alone and scared in the forest and agree to help her find her family. As they continue up the mountain, the pup is reunited with her family.


  • It's unknown when, where or how did her mate and herself met, but it's implied that they have lived long enough to have a lovable relationship, and they also got puppies.