Chi-Chi's mother
Chi Chi no Haha
Alternate names The Ox-Queen
Debut "Dress in Flames"
Appears in DB
Race Human
Gender Female
Date of death Age 737
Occupation Queen of Pleasant Mountain
  • Ox-King (husband)
  • Chi-Chi (daughter)
  • Goku (son-in-Law)
  • Gohan (grandson)
  • Goten (grandson)
  • Videl (granddaughter-in-law)
  • Pan (great-Granddaughter)
  • Goku Jr. (great-great-great-grandson)
  • Chi-Chi's mother was the wife of the Ox-King. Dragon Ball episode 149, "Dress In Flames" Although she is mentioned a few times, her only appearance is in in a painting seen in the anime episode "Dress in Flames" which shows her sitting in the Ox-King's hand holding Chi-Chi as an infant.


    In the painting, her face is not shown since it is blocked by decorations but she has the same hair as Chi-Chi and dresses the same way Chi-Chi does when she gets older. She wears a turquoise cheongsam with purple pants underneath and pink socks and shoes. According to the painting she is almost as big as the Ox-King's hand.


    She lived with the Ox-King and Chi-Chi before Pleasant Mountain was on fire. She died of an illness the same year Chi-Chi was born. Her wedding dress becomes the only thing left to remember her by.

    Video game appearance

    Chi-Chi's mother is also seen on the painting in Ox-King's castle in Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans.