|Pelt of the Fire Rat|
'Hinezumi No Kawaginu'
The Pelt of the Fire Rat appears on Kaguya as a large furcoat in which it's "tail" sticks upward. This also gives Kaguya hands the appearance of them being like that of a cartoonish rat. While wearing this, this enables Kaguya to possess not only Magic but even access one of the pelt's own attacks.
- "Pelt of the Fire Rat" comes from the well-known Japanese folklore Tale of the Bamboo Cutter or Princess Kaguya. The sought after Princess Kaguya tells her five princely suitors that they each much bring her a rare treasure. One of them was a pelt (or Robe) of a fire rat.