I'll miss you, Chihiro. Your best friend, Rumi.
- —Rumi's goodbye card to Chihiro
Rumi is the best friend of Chihiro Ogino. She is not exactly seen in the film, but Chihiro had to leave her when she and her parents, Akio Ogino and Yūko Ogino moved to a new town. The film starts out with Chihiro sulkily reading Rumi's goodbye card aloud as it rests on the bouquet that served as Chihiro's goodbye present. The card is decorated with drawings of flowers and hearts, and what is, presumably, a facial doodle of Rumi herself.
- Rumi's name is likely derived from Rumi Hiiragi, who provided Chihiro's voice in the original Japanese version.
|Chihiro's Family||Chihiro Ogino | Akio Ogino | Yūko Ogino|
|Bathhouse Denizens||Aniyaku | Aogaeru | Boh | Chichiyaku | Foreman | Haku | Kamaji | Kashira | Lin | Susuwatari | Yuna|
|Spirits||Kasuga-Sama | No-Face | Radish Spirit | River Spirit | Stink Spirit | Onama-Sama | Ōtori-Sama | Ushioni|
|Others||Shikigami | Zeniba|
|Locations||Spirit Realm | Red Gate | Clock Tower | Deserted Town | Bathhouse | Boiler Room | Yubaba's Office | Yubaba's Apartment | Sea Railway | Swamp Bottom | Zeniba's Cottage|
|Objects||Bath Tokens | Dōsojin Statue | Gold|
|Music||Soundtrack | Always with Me | One Summer's Day | Procession of the Gods | Reprise/Again|