Rie Kaishō
Rie Kaisho anime.png
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Name Rie Kaishō
Kanji 海勝梨江
Gender Female
Relatives Rinroku Kaishō (father)
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Occupation None
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Debut Episode 1
Murder at the Ball
Japanese voice Nozomi Yamamoto

Rie Kaishō, Rinroku Kaishō's daughter. She shows an interest in Shinjuurou and Inga after they solve a murder case at a private party.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Rie is a young girl. She has large, brown eyes. She has very long, brown hair that reaches over her lower back. Two curled bangs hang beside her face.

Rie often wears elaborate and fancy 19th-century-European-style outfits. When she is at home, she casually wears a pink sweatsuit, with white lines.

Personality[edit | edit source]

Due to a good upbringing, her personality combines open-mindedness with stubbornness. She dislikes the fact that her father, Rinroku, tends to cover up conspiracies instead of giving the public the truth. She is very adamant about not breaking the law, but directly enjoys exploiting loopholes, as seen with her horse stratagem. She has the initiative, unlike the rest of the cast, to investigate cases on her own.  

History[edit | edit source]

Rie's mother died when she was three years old, which caused some suspicions in a case she worked on with Shinjurou. Her father is very wealthy so she has had a comfortable life.

Plot[edit | edit source]

Murder at the Ball[edit | edit source]

Song of the Heartless[edit | edit source]

Masked Mansion[edit | edit source]

House, Unmasked[edit | edit source]

The Phantom Statue[edit | edit source]

The Code Too Simple[edit | edit source]

Daydream[edit | edit source]

The King of Paradise[edit | edit source]

Rinroku Kaishou's Crime[edit | edit source]

Rinroku Kaisho's Funeral[edit | edit source]

I'm Just Searching[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • She is capable of, and presumably skilled at, horseback riding.
  • She owns a large repertoire of outfits and disguises, but about half don't fit.
  • Her awareness and liking for 19th-century fashion comes entirely from manga.
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