- Along with "Shinobaroness Peacock", this is the first Ritual Monster to have an ability, being a Spirit monster.
- Along with "Shinobaroness Peacock", this card is the first Winged Beast Ritual Monster, as well as the first WIND Ritual Monster.
- As opposed to the blue-colored Spirit World background seen on most other Spirit monsters, this monster has a golden-colored one instead. This trait is shared with "Shinobaroness Peacock".
- "Hikokujaku" translates to "Peacock Prince" in English. The word 彦 hiko ("prince", literally "solar boy") was the male counterpart for 姫 hime ("princess", literally "solar girl", as used for the Japanese name of "Shirobaroness Peacock"), but unlike hime which still keeps its imperial meaning, it has now become a poetic word for "boys" or "men" in general.
- This monster appears in the artwork of "Shinobird Salvation".
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