|"While we're stuck waiting, why don't you tell us who's really under there?"
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|“Please, take her.”|
|— Harumi's Father to a man, "Game of Masks"|
Harumi's Father was a resident of Ninjago City. He and his wife were killed by the collapse of their apartment complex, which was caused by the Great Devourer during her attack on Ninjago City. His death, along with his wife's, would deeply affect Harumi, who managed to escape before the collapse. Realizing Lord Garmadon was the one who killed the Devourer, Harumi went on to worship and resurrect him, all of which was heavily caused by her parents' fates.
The man lived in a small village with his wife and daughter. One day, their village was attacked by the Skulkin. However, Samurai X arrived at some point later that day, defeating the Skulkin and saving their village.
At some point after that, the man moved to Ninjago City with his wife and daughter.
Game of Masks (flashback)
During the Great Devourer's attack on Ninjago City, Harumi and her parents were forced to flee from their collapsing apartment complex. However, there wasn't enough room left in the elevator for the three of them, so Harumi's parents managed to get Harumi into the elevator, much to her distress. As the elevator doors close, the apartment collapsed, killing both of Harumi's parents.
Saving Faith (flashback)
When Garmadon and Skylor fought for control of the Colossus, Harumi witnessed a boy in the same situation she was in when she was younger. She had a flashback of her parents and decided to help the family escape.
- 92. "Saving Faith" (flashback)
- 6. "Samurai X-Treme" (daydream)
- He shares the same hairpiece as Ronin and Morro.
- When asked if Harumi's parents died via devoured by the Great Devourer or crushed, Tommy Andreasen simply answered "Undisclosed."
- His mustache is of similar shape and style to Ray's.