Jujutsu Kaisen Characters Birthdays Perfect list!
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Jujutsu Kaisen Characters Birthdays Perfect list!

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Here is the list of the Jujutsu Kaisen characters’ birthdays and zodiac signs by the official fan book.

It seems each birthday corresponds to 24 solar terms, though it’s not officially announced information. So I added the 24 terms for each character as well.

What’s that?

We divide a year into 4 seasons, right? 24 solar terms divide the season into 24 and used in the Japanese calendar.

Zenin Maki, Zenin Mai

  • January 2
  • Aquarius
  • Daikan: the coldest season

Geto Suguru

  • February 3
  • Aquarius
  • Risshun: the peak of winter and the start of spring air

Iori Utahime

  • February 18
  • Aquarius
  • Usui: the term when snow turns into rain

Panda

  • March 5
  • Pisces
  • Keichitsu: the earth got warmer and warmer

Okkotsu Yuta

  • March 7
  • Pisces
  • no 24 terms

Itadori Yuji

  • March 20
  • Pisces
  • Shunbun: the spring equinox, the day when day and night are of equal length

In Japan, a week starting from Shunbun is called OHIGAN. During the Ohigan term, it’s said this world and that world become the closest and the dead will return to their hometown.

Miwa Kasumi

  • April 4
  • Aries
  • Seimei: the terms when everything is clear and beautiful

I think Miwa chan is the most normal person in Jujutsu Kaisen and the meaning of Seimei matches the best for her.

Ijichi Kiyotaka

  • April 20
  • Taurus
  • Kokuu: fields are prepared and the spring rain falls

Kamo Noritoshi

  • June 5
  • Gemini
  • Boshu: plant seeds of Gramineae

Nanami Kento

  • July 3
  • Cancer
  • no 24 terms

Nishimiya Momo

  • July 7
  • Cancer
  • Shosho: getting hotter and hotter

Kugisaki Nobara

  • August 7
  • Leo
  • Risshu: the peak of summer and the start of autumn air

Todo Aoi

  • September 23
  • Libra
  • Shubun: the autumn equinox, the day when day and night are of equal length

I saw the same explanation at Itadori. Do you have Ohigan twice a year?

Exactly! It’s interesting Itadori and Todo are connected with their birthday of Ohigan season.

Ultimate Mehamaru/Muta Kokkichi

  • October 4
  • Libra
  • no 24 terms

Inumaki Toge

  • October 23
  • Libra
  • Soko: cold frost starts to fall

Ieiri Shoko

  • November 7
  • Scorpio
  • Ritto: the peak of autumn and the start of winter air

Gojo Satoru

  • December 7
  • Sagittarius
  • Ooyuki: snows heavily

Fushiguro Megumi

  • December 22
  • Capricorn
  • Toji: a day with the shortest daytime and the longest night

Fushiguro is a shadow technique user and Toji is the best season for him. The longest night dominates shadows!

Fushiguro Toji

  • December 31
  • Capricorn
  • no 24 terms

Fushiguro Megumi’s birthday season and his daddy’s name are the same.

Yes, but the kanji letters are different. I don’t think it’s not a coincidence though. The settings of Jujutsu Kaisen are really well plotted!

Ryomen Sukuna

Ryomen Sukuna’s birthday is not officially announced.

But he is a person who lived 1000 years ago and Japanese people in that era did not have a birthday.

At that time, the people add their age all at once when the new year came. It’s an old Japanese custom called KAZOEDOSHI.

So if we manage to set Sukuna’s birthday, it might be January 1st.

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  1. Himori says:

    Uhhh- What about Sukuna’s birthday?

    • Junko says:

      I added some sentences about Ryomen Sukuna’s birthday! Please have a look at that😊

      • Gabriela says:

        Hello I love your page, I have a question is it possible to form the name “Hosei” with the kanji for fire and star?

        • Junko says:

          Hi, Gabriela! Usually, the combination of kanji for fire and star reads “Kasei” and means Mars. It can be read as “Hosei” but it may sound a bit unnatural because we have a preconception that fire and star make Kasei.

        • Gabriela says:

          I understand, thank you very much!! And please I have another question about Yuuji’s name from the Jujutsu Kaisen manga. The first kanji of his name 悠 I saw its meaning and it is “permanence” but also “distance”, but I really don’t have it clear with distance it refers to as “distant someone’s “

          • Junko says:

            To be precise, the YUU symbol does not mean “distance” but the condition you can overlook. To look far away, you have to be in a large place, right? And the large place eventually has a long distance, which makes the meaning of “far away” for the YUU letter.

            A dictionary may explain it as “distance” but we usually don’t use it for that meaning. It represents that something is spreading out forever. So it may close to “broad” or “wide”.

            Does this make sense? Feel free to ask me again if you’re still uncertain about something!

  2. Gabriela says:

    Thanks very much!!!

  3. Anna says:

    Hello I have a question, about the anime and novels of the monogatari series of nisioisin, I don’t know if you have read it but its author has a love for strange names hahaha, there is a character with the last name “Gaen” 臥 煙, I once saw that one of those kanji meant Smoke but also lie (?) Can you please tell me the meaning of this surname?

    • Junko says:

      Hi! I’ve read only a part of Nishio Shin’s novel but yeah, he seems a big fan of strange names. GAEN is an old Japanese word that means “firefighter” or “rogue”.

      The second letter reads KEMURI and stands for “smoke” as you know! The smoke symbol alone doesn’t have the meaning of “lie”. But we have an idiom KEMU NI MAKU (wrap in smoke) and it represents “confuse or baffle someone”. I think you saw something related to that idiom. Hope it helps!

  4. Maria says:

    Hello a question about Jujutsu Kaisen, what exactly does the kanji 悠 in the name yuuji mean? And another question, does it have a meaning in conjunction with the other kanji that you have in your name?

    • Junko says:

      Hi, Maria! The YUU kanji originally means that “time or space is spreading with no end”. It’s a kanji symbol that represents “something has a large scale”.

      As for the second question, YUUJI’s JI kanji stands for “merciful”. So in terms of being broad-minded, I can say these two letters in his first name have related meanings.

      Hope it helps!

  5. Anna says:

    Hello I love your blog, I have a question about some kanji, is it possible 涙火 to make a name with these kanji (?) And if possible how would it read (?)

    • Junko says:

      Hello again, Anna! The kanji word you sent me can be read RUIKA. It’s not a common combination for a name but the sound is very cute! I think the name Ruika for girls really exists.

      • Anna says:

        Ohh I understand thanks very much ❤️and another question please about this name Hotaru with the kanji 火 尊, what would be the meaning of this name? I understand that the first kanji is fire and the second I think means noble, then the meaning would be something like noble fire?

        • Junko says:

          The second letter usually means to respect. So the meaning of this Hotaru would be “respect fire”.

          • Anna says:

            oh I understand thank you very much, for answering all my questions. You have really helped me.❤️

  6. Maria says:

    Hello I love your blog, I have a question is it possible to make a name with these kanji 菊, 禰 and 嬢? Or these 菊, 禰 and 子?I would appreciate very much to know that

    • Junko says:

      Hi, Maria! Thank you for your comment again. I’m sorry but could you ask what is related to the post here? If you have a question about something other, please send me a message via the contact page. Thank you for your understanding!