- This card's Japanese name is based on hanamizuki ("flowering dogwood"), with the word hana ("flower") humorously spelled with the kanji that mean "hopeless" or "desperate", which encapsulates the sister's mood.
- The English name of the plant, "dogwood", is depicted as a literal ghostly dog sitting next to the sister.
- Interestingly, unlike a similar card, this card still retains religious motif even after being censored (namely, her name and attire).
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