Murasaki is one of the characters from Pop'n Music 7.
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See Murasaki/Character Information.
Murasaki is a woman with black eyes and hair that is styled neck-length, and a peekaboo covers her left eye. A deep pink flower ornament is attached to her peekaboo. Murasaki dons a violet-colored kimono with a black obi and highlights. An "ai" kanji is printed on her lower left of her kimono. Her obi gets surrounded by a red string with a yellow button. Murasaki sports a pair of black geta. Her original palette is used again in 懐色坂 from Pop'n Music: Usagi to Neko to Shounen no Yume.
In her 2P color palette, Murasaki's hair is colored velvet purple, especially her eyes. Her ornament and kanji are colored indigo/violet; her kimono is colored black, and her obi is colored into a deep pink color. Murasaki's string and geta are black. Her 2P color palette is confirmed in Swing Kayo, from the ee'MALL in Pop'n Music 12 Iroha.
Part of Murasaki's hair is styled into a bun, with a deep pink-colored comb and gold pins on the back of her hair. Murasaki's outfit is a red kimono, as her furi becomes extended to her ankles. There is a black obi around her waist, and beneath her obi is a purple string that droops to the ground. Murasaki's shamisen have gold edges. Her original color palette is confirmed in Japanese Alteration, from Pop'n Music 17 THE MOVIE.
In her 2P color palette, Murasaki's hair color is kept intact as her previous debut in Pop'n Music 7, but her eyes are kept intact as her original color palette. The ornaments on Murasaki's hair remain their respective hues. Her kimono and obi shifted into the same colors as her debut, but her string remains purple. Her shamisen's edges are colored red.
Murasaki's appearance is slightly edited with a pair of squared glasses, and her color is slightly tinted in pale coloring.
Other Character Comments
Pop'n Music 11:
Is this the Oedo red-spot district? It has worked for the tour of Tokyo's Kabukicho.
When will the line switch if everyone don't understand whether the exchanges of a man and the woman are a lie or the truth?
Murasaki (村崎?) translates to "purple", referring to the color of her kimono.
- Murasaki shares her birthdate with Taoxiang, Melissa and Emilio.
- Murasaki bears a striking resemblance to Heian-period novelist Lady Murasaki.