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Tsuruno is one of those characters who I feel has the largest potential of fooling players. What I mean by that is, on a surface level, she comes off as a checkmark, or more specifically, the typical, high-energy and friendly character. Because of this, it might surprise some people when they dig into her background and realize that Tsuruno is very much a depressed individual who is simply keeping a front for her friends. This type of character isn't at all new, but by the time you get to Tsuruno's backstory, you might be so used to her upbeat self, especially since her and her father's restaurant ends up as the butt of jokes so frequently.
This section is actually technically a BOGO deal, in that I'll also include Uwasa Tsuruno,
Tsuruno's appearance is similar to that of a Chinese fan dancer, and while there really isn't much going on with her transformed outfit, there's a few things to note about her weapons and the dances they are associated with. Fan dances were extremely significant to ancient Chinese history, representing both preservation and communication. Appearing before even Chinese characters were fully developed, they allowed participants to express their feelings and communicate their intentions to viewers through the use of symbolism, structure, and some personal touches to add individuality.
Like many other girls, Tsuruno is represented by fire, both wielding it and having it being primarily featured in her transformation sequence. Fire is symbolic to quite a few things, but most relevant to Tsuruno is passion, but also the instant switch from being restrained to undisciplined. If we were to add in Tsuruno's weapons, we can also get the popular expression "fan the flames", which refers to increasing the severity of something.
As seen in her MSS, Tsuruno cares deeply for the legacy her grandfather set with their Chinese restaurant/cuisine. She is also, of course, one of the most energetic characters in the game so far, being know for being relatively tame one moment to suddenly running off somewhere or at something. Tsuruno isn't exactly bashful of this fact, even stating that she'd rather "wing it" than be inactive.
Moving over to Tsuruno's other outfits, her New Years Kimono features a set of Chinese lanterns as it design, which are celebrated as signs of a bright future and incoming wealth. Functionally, of course, lanterns are a source of light that are used to guide people forward. Her swimsuit is decorated with sunflowers, which are usually associated with happiness, something that's extra fitting for a beach trip with friends.
Beneath all of her happiness, however, Tsuruno is carrying the weight of her own world. Part of her family wishes to carry on her grandfather's legacy, but then you have Tsuruno's mother and grandmother who are only looking for wealth. This is the core of Tsuruno's troubles and character theme of the limited amount of things money can buy. This is definitely nothing new, and you've probably heard "money can't buy everything" a few hundred times, but Tsuruno's background really hammers in how fleeting money is, but also how it can divide even family members.
Tsuruno wish to win the lottery was founded on the assumption that having wealth to take care of her family would allow them to then work on getting back the family restaurant to its former glory. We know this to be wrong, but unlike certain other girls, we can't really fault Tsuruno for thinking this way, as nobody really expects their own mom/grandma to take that money and peace out. This is what we like to refer to as a "treadmill effect" with human needs/wants, which assumes that people are on a constant cycle of "wanting" luxury.
For example, for young adults with their first taste of financial freedom, you might start off buying small things that you would formerly would have to have had approved by your parents before buying. As time goes on and you enjoy your freedom, you may want to buy more/expensive things, and this is especially the case in the event that you get a raise or find a higher-paying job. This isn't a bad quality to have, of course, it's almost natural for us to seek more luxury and is more or less just a step for young people to understand the worth of a dollar. However, it's important to step back a bit and think about what truly makes you happy. Would you rather work a high-paying job you find miserable so you can pursue a life of luxury, or would you rather dedicate yourself to something you love or feel passionate about at the cost of a more juicy income?
We know where Tsuruno stands, choosing to carry on her grandfather's honor...but that then begs the question as to whether or not that's what Tsuruno really wants. I think it's safe to assume that Tsuruno enjoys working with her fatheat the restaurant, and she most certainly takes pride in it, but from what we seen in her dialogue, Tsuruno usually refers to this as pursuing what her grandfather left behind. Not only that, but even her grandfather stated that he wanted his grandchildren to chase what they really wanted, rather than "step on his dreams".
Let's take a look back at Tsuruno's mothegrandmother, and what I said just a little while ago. I probably came off as being preachy, advertising that there's more to happiness than just wealth...but I'm going to contradict that by stating that greed is a necessary part of finding happiness.
I don't mean this to any extreme, especially
if it comes at the cost of others, rather, I'm saying that it's important to know what you want and treat yourself to your desires. As Tsuruno's grandfather was getting at with his younger family members, his dream is his and his alone
, blindly chasing it isn't just a betrayal to Tsuruno, but also himself, as it's hard to say that Tsuruno is "honoring" him if she, herself, doesn't truly value maintaining the restaurant as it once was.
This brings us to Tsuruno's Doppel, Yu Hong, with the description:
The master of this emotion is quite dissatisfied with both the appearance and behavior of her Doppel. In contrast to her own desires to achieve great deeds through her own hard work, this Doppel creates an endless stream of wealth to satisfy the never-ending desires of her close relatives in an attempt to preserve family peace. The truth is, however, that this is only a very fickle and short-lived harmony. The master believes that it exists in complete contrast to her own noble goals and prefers to keep its boorish existence hidden from the world. However, she may one day find that she needs this Doppel's powers to protect the harmony between her family members, no matter how fragile that harmony might be.
Something to note is that the pig contradicts itself with its symbolism. On one hand, pigs are celebrated as being genuine, hard-working, and trustworthy beings that bring upon wealth (not necessarily monetary). However, when we call someone a "pig", we tend to mean that individual is greedy or "dirty" when it comes to chasing wealth. With that, Yu Hong represents the virtues of Tsuruno, but also the gaudiness and self-indulgence that she hates.
Yu Hong is honestly a pretty funny Doppel, representing that of a Jinhua ham. Jinhua ham contains the hindlegs of pigs grown in that region, which are regarded and graded on a very grand scale. Ideal pigs are those that have a specific smell, fat content, a round shape, and even a certain shine to their skin. Just imagine being a pig who manages to have all those qualities...only for your reward to be a one-way trip through some stranger's digestive system. Hilarity aside, this can be related to Tsuruno's original pursuit of her grandfather's dream and being the "mightiest" in that obtaining those goals/qualities might not exactly lead to a happy life.
Jinhua ham are part of a popular dish called "Buddha Jumps Over a Wall". The name comes from a story involving a group of monks and a travelling scholar. The scholar carries a clay jar (much like the one Yu Hong is seen in) that contains ham and, passing by a Buddhist temple, finds a spot past a wall where he begins cooking. The smell wafted to the spot where the group of monks were meditating and, despite eating pig being forbidden, one of the monks would then be tempted to jump over the wall to get to the ham.
This story was a way of advertising the dish as "being so good even Buddha would want to eat it", but can also be applied to Tsuruno's backstory. The monks in this story represent virtuous individuals who work hard to find enlightenment, while the Jinhua ham is temptation that can drive one away from their path.
Yu Hong takes the form of a hot-air balloon, which contains 3 key parts: the basket, the burner, and the envelope. The basket carries both occupants and tanks of fuel needed to keep the balloon in the air, while the burner, well...burns fuel for the envelope to use to inflate and fly into the air. Each part cannot
function without the collaboration of its 2 other sections.
With that in mind, Yu Hong here is composed of the boiling jar of ham (envelope), what looks to be some noodles (burner), and Tsuruno as the basket. To "work in harmony" refers to multiple things coming together despite their differences to achieve success. When attacking, Tsuruno combines her flames with that of the oil Yu Hong releases, but this harmonious relationship can also refer to Tsuruno's desire to achieve monetary wealth to make ends meet with her family. This collaboration, of course, is rather fragile, much like how we saw Tsuruno's mother and grandmother just up and leave once they got a hold of money.
So we know Tsuruno as a girl who is hardworking, active, and with a lot on her shoulders, bringing us now to Uwasa Tsuruno
. As implied with the distorted transformation sequence, Player 2 Tsuruno is almost the complete opposite of the girl we know, stating how she likes to "relax", lamenting that she "worked too hard" as she levels up, and generally just coming off as relishing in laziness. Fortunately for us, the writers didn't just make a "Bizarro" Tsuruno and called it a day, there's a reason behind her existence, even besides the simple act of being brainwashed.
As mentioned at the start of this post, Tsuruno is actually a very depressed girl, and her cheeriness is little more than a front she puts on after the death of Mel. As Tsuruno watched her friends and teammates go into despair and eventually break apart, she took it upon herself to hide her own sadness so she can be a pillar for Yachiyo, Momoko, and Mifuyu to lean on. This is a noble and selfless act, however
, also an unhealthy one. While looking after your friends is part of...well, being a friend, there are times where you will need to come up for air and where banking your negative emotions will take its toll on your mental and emotional health.
Chelation, as seen in "Chelationland", refers to a type of therapy where chemicals are injected into one's body to remove any harmful substances. These chemicals go into the body and latch onto heavy metals like arsenic, lead, and mercury, making them easier to be purged. During Tsuruno Alter's MSS, we see Tsuruno talking with Nemu, who offers her the opportunity to make a theme for her "story"/Rumor. During this conversation, Tsuruno lets loose all that was disturbing her and grows attached to the idea of letting go of her troubles and, instead, find an easy way to happiness. Much like the process of Chelation Therapy, this was an opportunity for Tsuruno to forget everything and become detached to all that was plaguing her mind.
The first section of Uwasa Tsuruno's is titled "Requiem for Myself", and during it, we see that Tsuruno is irreparably broken, even after Mifuyu attempts to reverse her illusion. A Requiem refers to a musical piece or mass that is intended to send off the dead, and given the contents of this section, we can interpret this as being the final thread breaking before Tsuruno "dies" and becomes a disgraced shell of her original self.
One of the most notable pieces of imagery we get here is that of a Ferris Wheel, which, on the surface, is a spot of romance and serene comfort in an amusement park, being surrounded by more adrenaline-inducing rollercoaster rides. However, when associated with negativity, Ferris Wheels represent stagnation, as the ride involves movement without any real progression or excitement. To envision one's own self on a Ferris Wheel is to feel that your life isn't going anywhere and the pursuit of short-term happiness over long-term goals. While deciding how to construct Chelationland, Tsuruno mentions the need for a rollercoaster, something that the Ferris Wheel dreads, referring to it as its "rival". This makes sense, as rollercoasters are considered the antithesis of Ferris Wheels. While the former is a slow and steady ride that represents relaxation, rollercoasters are bumpy, fast, and full of unexpected twists, representing a challenging life.
A carousel, such as the mascots that take the form of carousel horses, is similar to that of a Ferris Wheel, in that it represents aversion to moving forward with your life, infinity, and a circular-type of thinking. This repetitiveness is something the carousel horses love, becoming elated when UwaTsuruno states that they are free to spin around in a circle as long as they please.
Here's the thing about Tsuruno and Uwasa Tsuruno, while it's tempting to assume that the latter is a bastardization of the original, that's not quite
the case, as our normal Tsuruno didn't fully represent every virtue. Rather, both Tsuruno represent a set of boons and banes the other lacks. While Tsuruno is the postergirl for hard-work, energy, and effort, she also didn't pursue her own goals. Uwasa Tsuruno, however, designed Chelationland with her own vision and was "free from stress", but also extremely lazy and lacking in long-term goals.
U.Tsuruno's final addition to Chelationland would be a Hot Pot, which also is used in her personal Memoria:
Within the amusement park inside the rumor, there is a popular specialty on the menu. Eating the hot foods in boiling broth together makes any bad feeling you might have float away with the steam. But why a hot pot, you may ask? Even the park manager doesn't know.
-A Symbol of Relaxation
At the end of Uwasa Tsuruno's MSS, she envisions, not just a Hot Pot, but one surrounded by the mugs belonging to Yachiyo's group. This is something that U.Tsuruno originally passes off, before flashbacking to a moment with Iroha and Yachiyo preparing dinner. To Uwasa Tsuruno, a Hot Pot seemed to bring join for reasons she cannot fully grasp. It is understood that it is a relaxing meal meant to be enjoyed with others, but cannot understand why she was drawn to the idea of it almost immediately.
As expected, Uwasa Tsuruno's doppel is very similar to her original's, but has a different title and description:
The Doppel of Camaraderie. Its form is ham. Have you heard? Has anybody told you? The Rumor of the Doppel of Camaraderie! It's a little pig that's grown nice and plump, capable of granting wishes for its master's family. It represents great wealth with its grand, glittering body, and ensures her family's wealth in the years to come! However, the master of this piggy doesn't much care for it, it actually puts her in quite the grumpy mood. "It's way too embarrassing to let anyone see it!" she says, so she hides it. It's a hot rumor in Kamihama! No, stop, don't look!
Something you may notice is that, while the original Yu Hong was referred to as the "Doppel of Harmony", this version is, instead, the Doppel of Camaraderie. Unlike those who work in harmony, those who work together as comrades having a much more stable and sturdy relationship. Also like the original, Uwasa Tsuruno is very ashamed of her Doppel.
Both MightyGirls are almost exact opposites, however
, they are essentially opposite sides of the same coin. After Ferris Wheel threw a fit at the idea of Uwasa Tsuruno adding his nemesis to the park, she brings up the fact that they would have to get along for the success of the park. The common denominator with Tsuruno and Uwasa Tsuruno is their aversion to easily-acquired wealth. This might sound a bit weird, given that Uwasa Tsuruno is very lazy, but she isn't exactly opposed to working, hence her efforts to build Chelationland based on her own vision.
To Tsuruno--both Tsurunos--money is very much temporary, bringing in short-term wealth. This goes against Tsuruno's desire to keep up her grandfather's legacy and, after her enlightenment, desire to pursue her own happiness, but also Uwasa Tsuruno's desire for a permanent, safe place where she can relax.
To wrap things up, you can view Uwasa Tsuruno as a sort of alter ego, in that they aren't different entities, rather, a different part of the same girl. Tsuruno's journey can be summed up as a pursuit of happiness, where she learns the importance of finding her own joy, but also the importance of letting friends and loved ones help shoulder the burdens she carries.
With that, we're getting closer to wrapping up the main girls of Arc 1. Next up is the "Past and Future of Yachiyo", followed by "The Silence of Iroha", which will also include YachIroha Final Version. I'll then wrap up the main cast of arc 1 with Ui for the simple fact that I want to complete her event before doing an analysis on her. From there I want to go back and cover the minor girls.
A few sections ago, I mentioned that I wasn't planning on covering girls who have yet to receive an uncap/Doppel, but given how long it might be for some girls to receive theirs, I might end up covering them if they have enough appearances to use as a reference.