Kumimi Momozono
Romaji Kumimi Momozono
Gender Female
Species Human
Status Deceased
Anime Episode 11
Manga Chapter 061
Voice Actor
Japanese Yuri Amano
English Jennifer Green
Child(s) Nanami Momozono

Kumimi Momozono is the mother of Nanami Momozono - the main character of the manga and anime series, Kamisama Hajimemashita. She is one of descendant of Yukiji and Hiiragi.

Kumimi makes her appearance in:

• Season 2 Episode 11 (First Appearance)

• Season 2 Episode 12 (Last Appearance)

Appearance Edit

Kumimi was a beautiful woman who had a bright smile that she had passed down to her only daughter, Nanami. She has long, light brown hair and light brown eyes.

Personality Edit

Kumimi was a nice and kind individual to other people like her daughter. She never shows her kindness to her husband and would tend to get mad at him whenever he goes out to gamble.

History Edit

Kumimi and Nanami

Kumimi and her daughter, Nanami

Kumimi stated to her daughter that for generations her family has picked the worst men. She also states that her family can only give birth to a single healthy baby girl, because her family ancestor drank from a "divine spring", which turned her into a beautiful girl. In VIZ translation the cause was slightly different, as it was a god who gave a medicine to Kumimi's ancestor who drank it and became beautiful.

Kumimi had died from a unknown disease and left her only daughter Nanami to be responsible for the house-hold, plus her husband (which is Nanami's father) of keeping him in check.

Relationships Edit


Nanami MomozonoEdit

Kumimi had deeply affected and greatly influenced her daughter into an independent person. She and Nanami had shared a striking resemblance with each other.

Momozono Edit

Kumimi's husband always left the house to go gambling and left his wife to tend to the bills. Kumimi got mad every time he spent all of the household money on gambling.

Quotes Edit

"Never trust papa, never tell him where the money is even if he begs you"

"grow up and be as healthy as mama, grow up and become an adult on your own". (About her husband) (To her daughter, Nanami)