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Kiku's Japanese Restaurant.
-- MusicRat  10/20/2008
Kiku is a character in the children's show Little Bill- Little Bill's friend, a Japanese-American who adores nature, especially flowers. Her favorite hobby is origami.
-- Wilted  3/15/2009
I know this isn't exactly the same name, but Kikuko is the name Liza Dalby (the first ever Western woman to become a geisha) goes by when she is in Japan. Liza chose it when she first lived there as a teenager. It means "chrysanthemum child". Her geimei (geisha name) was Ichigiku. The "Ichi" part came for her older sister's name Ichiume, and "Giku" from Kikuko (Giku and Kiku are the same). I like Kiku and other names with that element, because I think chrysanthemums are beautiful (and they're not as hard to spell as "chrysanthemum").
-- Anonymous User  2/25/2010
In the manga Hetalia Axis Powers, the human personification of Japan bears the name "Kiku," though he is male.

Because of him, I've always thought of this name as being very masculine.
-- Rin_0911  8/3/2012

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