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'''Nihei'''{{Character (Japanese: '''ニヘイ''' ''Nihei'') is a recurring character in the [[Pokémon anime]] who made his first appearance in person in [[XY098]]. He was mentioned in ''[[XY017|A Rush of Ninja Wisdom!]]'', albeit only in a fantasy. He is the younger brother of [[Ippei]] and the older brother of [[Sanpei]] and hails from a village of ninjas. Nihei is the second strongest of the village, only behind Ippei.undubbed}}
{{CharInfobox|
color={{grass color}} |
corecolor={{grass color}} |
bordercolor={{poison color light}} |
name=Shinobu |
jname=ニヘイ|
tmname=Nihei|
slogan=no |
image=Nihei anime.png |
size=250px |
caption=Nihei in the anime |
colors=yes|
eyes=Blue |
hair=Green |
gender=Female |
hometown=[[Ninja Village]] |
region=[[Kalos]] |
trainer=yes |
trainerclass=Unknown |
game=no |
leader=no |
team=no |
brain=no |
anime=yes |
epnum=XY017 |
epname=A Rush of Ninja Wisdom! |
enva=NA|
java=Yuka Nishigaki|
}}
'''Nihei''' (Japanese: '''ニヘイ''' ''Nihei'') is a recurring character in the [[Pokémon anime]] who made his first appearance in person in [[XY098]].
 
==History==
He made his first physical appearance in [[XY098]]File:Nihei.png|thumb|left|250px|Nihei andin willSanpei's also appear in [[XY099fantasy]].
He was mentioned in ''[[XY017|A Rush of Ninja Wisdom!]]'', albeit only in a fantasy. He is the younger brother of [[Ippei]] and the older brother of [[Sanpei]] and hails from a village of ninjas. Nihei is the second strongest of the village, only behind Ippei.
 
In [[XY098]], Nihei and Venusaur then had a battle with Sanpei and his Greninja. Despite a type disadvantage, Greninja managed to make good use of its speed and held its own, although Sanpei eventually lost the battle.
 
 
==Pokémon==
This is listing of Nihei's Pokémon in anime.
{{TrainerPoké
|trainer=Nihei
 
==Trivia==
[[File:Sanpei Froakie.png|left|thumb|250px|Nihei and his brothers]]
* The names of Ippei, Nihei and Sanpei are a play on the Japanese words for one, two, and three: "ichi" (一), "ni" (二) and "san" (三).
 
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