Yumi (Snowy Spring) is the current protagonist of Senran Kagura series, depicted the second timeline which mostly first appear in PlayStation before being ported later to Microsoft Windows and Nintendo Switch.
She made her first fighting game appearance in BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle, where she is one of the downloadable characters.
Leader of the elite class of students in Gessen Girls School, a prestige school for good shinobi. After her parents were killed by evil shinobi, she was adopted by her grandfather Kurokage who was a renegade shinobi due of his beliefs. Yumi ended up adopting her grandfather's vision of the world, wanting to eradicate all evil shinobi from the world and anyone associated with them. However, interactions with other good shinobi such as Asuka and seeing the so-called evil shinobi caused her sense of justice to mellow down, now wanting to be the Moon's judgment against those who lurk in the dark. This eventually leads her and her teammates rethink and doubt that not all "evil" shinobi are completely evil nor irredeemable, such as the Homura's Crimson Squad, the first generation Snake Girls Academy being once brainwashed to serve the academy prior breaking free from its headmaster's control and now they are reformed, not to mention some current generations of Snake Girls aren't yet to be brainwashed and has what's good left in them.
Yumi combines traditional Japanese dancing with pair of hand fans with the ability to manipulate ice to fight evildoers by creating icy winds and chunks of ice.
- She is the second playable Senran Kagura character to appear in a fighting game environment, the first being Homura in Nitroplus: Blasterz: Infinite Duel.
- Ironically, both kunoichi fighters happen to be in a crossover game involving Arcana Heart's Heart Aino.
- Yumi's announcer file was datamined alongside Asuka in Season 1, but was not added to the game until Mori decided to include her home series and Akatsuki's to be part of Season 2 expansions/Special Edition.
- Instead of Asuka or alongside her, Yumi's the one to be first included, due to being the mascot of second timeline games, which are mostly first released on PlayStation prior to their Microsoft Windows and Nintendo Switch ports.