|Manga Debut||Shelf Your Books Properly, Go Out In The Streets|
|Anime Debut||Goodbye, Mr. Despair|
|Voice Actor||Marina Inoue|
Chiri is a fair-skinned girl with long black hair, perfectly parted in the middle. She's often seen in her school uniform.
She apparently looks nothing like her parents, which irritates her as she still doesn't have the answer to her question, wanting nothing but the truth.
Chiri has OCD tendencies; getting annoyed whenever something's not done properly, even when it's something minor. Because of this, her classmates call her the class representative, even though she doesn't officially have that position.
In some scenes she reveals a dark, yet unknown, murderous side of herself, shown in several attempts to kill, torture or bury others (in most cases, it would be Nozomu). Regarding that, Kafuka happens to play a part of her violent clips.
There are also a number of gags based on her name:
- Whenever Chiri goes on a murderous rampage, her preferred weapon is a shovel. The kanji for Chiri can be combined to form the first character of umeru, which means "to bury".
- Chiri can also be used to describe something as curly or fuzzy. Thus Chiri's hair is actually curly rather than straight.
- In one episode, an all-seeing third eye appears on her forehead. The kanji for Chiri is identical to the first two kanji of senrigan, which means "clairvoyance".
- In most of Chiri's recent dialogue, particularly in the third series, punctuation for the dialogue appears on the bottom right hand corner of the screen. (E.g. a question mark appears at the end of a question she asks)
- Please refer to Chiri's gallery here.
- Her name is derived from kitchiri, meaning "precisely", which describes her precisely.