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Midori Naka's Kimono
MidoriNakaKimono

Origin

Midori Naka/ The Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima

Type

Kimono

Effects

Protects against any explosive force. Once it absorbs the blast it disintegrates, a day later it reforms on its hanger.

Downsides

Does not shield against heat/radiation poisoning. Leaves person naked.

Activation

Worn then used

Collected by

Warehouse 13 Agents

Section

Fermi-989L

Aisle

38146-2218

Shelf

68009-3419-499

Date of Collection

1950

[Source]


OriginEdit

Midori Naka (1909 - 1945) was a Japanese stage actress who famously survive the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. The day of the bombing Naka was living with nine other members of her acting troupe located 650 meters (2,130 ft.) from ground zero. She was making tea for breakfast when a blinding white light filled the room and she fell unconscious. When she woke up she was in darkness and soon understood that she was pinned beneath the ruins of the house. When she was freed she discovered she was completely unharmed but also naked. While the world was on fire around her she ran and dove into a river, floating downstream until some soldiers came to her rescue. It was discovered that although she survived the blast she was irradiated, despite many attempts to save her life she died becoming the first person to die from radiation poisoning.

EffectsEdit

The kimono she wore during the blast is the one that was collected for the warehouse. After protecting her from the original explosion it reassembled itself on one of her hangers.

CollectionEdit

It was thought that the hanger could be part of the artifact however it didn't matter which hanger the kimono was on. Placing it on a normal one at the Warehouse then letting it blow up, it reassembled on the Warehouse's hanger.

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