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Ishigami Village (石神村 Ishigami Mura) is a small community in the Stone World. Thousands of years ago, it was founded by Byakuya Ishigami along with the surviving crew of the ISS.

They are a branch of descendants that left Treasure Island to find the mainland of Japan. However, this fact was lost over the years until 5741.

Details

Ishigami Village is located on two small peninsulas in a large lake surrounded by mountains. One is covered in huts with a road down to a few boats, the other hosts the village chief's house and makeshift stadium for the village games.

Ishigami Village is the home of multiple key characters, including Chrome, Kohaku, Ruri, Suika, Kaseki, Ginro, and Kinro.

Kohaku, Kinro, Ginro, Magma, and Kokuyo defend the village.[1]

Thanks to Byakuya’s influence through one of his descendants, and his founding of the village, the legends of his adoptive son, Senku, are very famous and impact the entire village, especially before and after Senku was depetrified.

The village later becomes a base of science operations for Senku to redevelop lost technology such as the steam engine, the telephone cable, and the katana.

Villagers

Ishigami Villagers


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Trivia

  • All of the villagers appear to incorporate a rope somewhere into their style. It is unknown if this a ritual developed by the village or just a style the village has.
  • Those who break the rules are banished.
  • The village seems to have a custom of wearing platform sandals, the soles of which are narrower than the wearer's feet. How this custom originated is unknown.
  • Since being assimilated into the Kingdom of Science, the village's traditions have been retired. They now accept laws Senku sets.
  • Nearly every villager has names that are related to science. They are either elements, minerals, or somehow related to geology or space.
    • Kohaku, コハク Amber
    • Ruri, ルリ Lapis Lazuli
    • Kokuyo, 黒曜石 (コクヨ) Obsidian
    • Turqoise, ターコイズ Turquoise
    • Genbu, 玄武 Black Tortoise
    • Magma, マグマ Magma
    • Mantle,マントル Mantle
    • Shirogane, 白金 (シロガネ) Platinum
    • Soyuz, ソユーズ Soyuz (Space Capsule)
    • Hagane, ハグネ Steel
    • Argo, アルゴ Argon
    • Tetsuken, 鉄犬 (テツイヌ) Iron + Dog
    • Kinro, (キン) (ロー) Gold + Wolf
    • Ginro, (ギン) (ロー) Silver + Wolf
    • Carbo, カーボ Carbon
    • Beryl, ベリー Beryllium
    • Natri, なとり Natrium (Latin for Sodium)
    • Alumi, あるみ Aluminium
    • Kaseki, カセキ Fossil
    • Titan, チタン Titanium
    • Suzu, すず Tin
    • Sagan, サガン Sandstone
    • En, 工ン Salt
    • Ganen, ガン工ン which means Halite aka Rock Salt
    • Unmo, ウンモ Mica
    • Chrome, クロム Chromium
    • Namari, ナマリ Lead
    • Azura, あずら Azurite
    • Kujaku, () (ジャク) Malachite
    • Chalk, チョーク Chalk
    • Alabaster, アラバスタ As is (Type of gypsum)
    • Dia, ダイヤ Diamond
    • Ruby, ルビイ Ruby
    • Sapphire, サファイア Sapphire
    • Garnet, ガーネット Garnet

References

  1. Dr. Stone Manga: Chapter 47, Page 16

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