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|Real name:||Shizu Amakura|
|Kanji:||天倉 靜 (あまくら しず)|
|Family:||Misao Amakura (husband),|
Kei Amakura (brother),
Mio Amakura (daughter)
& Mayu Amakura (daughter)
|Occupation:||Widow, mother, patient|
|Status:||Alive but ill / Spirited Away*|
|Cause of Death:||Unknown|
|Games:||Fatal Frame III|
|First Appearance:||Mentioned on Fatal Frame II Japanese website|
|Japanese Voice Actor:||-|
|Fatal Frame II Character|
Shizu met and eventually married Misao Asou, who made the unusual move of taking Shizu's surname of Amakura. Shizu eventually gave birth to twin daughters, Mio and Mayu. For a while, Shizu lived with her husband and children in the Minakami area.
One day, Misao didn't return from the forest, and Shizu eventually realized that he had been spirited away. She told her daughters that their father had died, and did not speak of the matter further. To make matters worse, while playing in the forest, Mayu severely injured her leg and was crippled for life. Shizu decided to move away from the area.
Several years later, Shizu became ill and had to be hospitalized. She left her daughters in the care of her younger brother Kei. Her fate is unknown; she is presumably still in the hospital.
In the US version of Fatal Frame III, there is a serious translation error involving continuity. In an in-game article, it states that both Mayu and her mother Shizu have disappeared in the Minakami area. The Japanese reads "Mayu Amakura, daughter of Shizu Amakura", but was translated as "Mayu Amakura and Shizu Amakura" instead. Shizu is not dead, only ill. Her hospitalization was also mentioned in pre-game articles in Famitsu gaming magazine.
- Shizu is mentioned on both the Fatal Frame II Website  and in gameguides, but she is not mentioned in the second game.
- One of the Fatal Frame II Japanese trailers includes the quote, "Never go near that place, don't even mention it!" from an unknown voice. Fans have suggested that this is Shizu's voice.
- For other members of the Amakura Family, see Amakura Family.
- For information on other spirited aways, see Spirited Aways.
- For articles related to Shizu Amakura, see Related Articles:Shizu Amakura.
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