Yukimura is a tall man with long, curly brown hair and eyebrows reminiscent of Franky's. He has thick lips, a big nose, and stern lines around certain areas of his face. Over the course of the timeskip, he grew a mustache, as shown during the meeting discussing Z; however, by the time of the mission to find the Pure Gold, he has lost his mustache.
He dons a standard Marine officer attire consisting of a dark-blue suit over a gray shirt with a crimson tie and a Marine coat hanging from his shoulders like a cape.
Yukimura seems to care for his fellow Marines, as he defended Koby from a pirate who was attacking him, remarking that a battle is not the place for unprepared ones.
Abilities and PowersEdit
As a rear admiral, Yukimura has authority over the lower-ranking subordinates. According to Koby, he is fearsomely reputed as the killer of over a thousand men. He is also quite fast, as he managed to step between an attacking pirate and Koby to defend the latter. He was, however, soon defeated by the first wave of assault from the Whitebeard Pirates and their allies.
One Piece Film ZEdit
He appeared along with other Marine Officers during the meeting about Zephyr's return.
Heart of GoldEdit
Yukimura was in charge of the Marines associated with the capture of Myskina Olga and the Pure Gold, assisting CP-0 in their mission. When Mad Treasure and his crew attacked, Yukimura was alarmed and confused by the onslaught of arrows coming from out of nowhere. After one of his subordinates on lookout was dispatched by an unseen attacker, Yukimura fought against the now-visible Psycho P. The treasure hunter quickly returned to his invisible state and overwhelmed Yukimura. His battleship was the last to be blown up by Naomi Drunk's arrows following his and the CP-0 member's defeat.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 One Piece Anime — Episode 464, Yukimura makes his debut.
- ↑ One Piece Anime — Episode 464, Koby states his name.
- ↑ One Piece Anime — Episode 464, Yukimura saves Koby.
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Heart of Gold, Yukimura is defeated by Psycho P while trying to keep Olga in the Government's possession.