Kie Kamado (竈門かまど 葵き枝え Kamado Kie?) is the mother of Tanjiro Kamado, who sadly lost his life at the hands of Muzan Kibutsuji.


Kie has a fair complexion and dark violet eyes, whose color appears lighter near the iris. She sports a small beauty mark located on the left side of her face, just below her lower lip. Her black hair is tied back in a messy bun, with a few strands escaping over her face.
She wears a purple and cream check kimono, over which she dons a long-sleeved white Kappōgi. In addition, she wears a piece of white cloth around her head, covering most of her hair.

Kie Kamado | Demon Slayer Kimetsu No Yaiba


Kie is a warm and loving person. As the mother of six children, she shows great affection and constant attention to them. As a single mother, Kie strives to be as warm and kind as possible to her children to fill the void left by her husband. She is very protective of them, while encouraging them to be independent.
Kie also stands out for her positive, encouraging attitude, especially when she appears in Nezuko Kamado’s subconscious. She encourages her to wake up and help her brother in his fight, telling him to do his best.


At some point in her life, Kie married Tanjuro Kamado and gave birth to their six children. After her husband’s death, she was left alone to care for her family, supporting and protecting them through all the hardships they had to face.

Kie Kamado | Demon Slayer Kimetsu No Yaiba


Final selection arc

At the beginning of the story, in the evening, Kie stops her son Tanjiro as he is about to sell a basket full of charcoal. She notices that his face is dirty and kneels down to wipe the ashes from his cheeks. She tells him he doesn’t need to come down to the village to sell charcoal on such a snowy night. Tanjiro replies that he wants to go so that everyone can eat their fill, and Kie smiles in thanks. Kie’s other children gather around Tanjiro, complaining that they want to go down with him. Kie explains to them that they can’t walk as fast as he can, and that they can’t be carried in a cart since he won’t take it.
Kie and the rest of the family wave Tanjiro off, hoping he’ll be safe and come back soon.


Like her son Tanjiro, Kie had a very hard forehead. She was even capable of bringing down a boar with a headbutt.

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