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It is unclear if just Keiko's mother lived in Kumamoto or if her father lived there as well. If it was just her mother, then this may indicate that her parents were divorced, as it was later established that both of her parents were alive later in the series. It's also interesting to note that Keiko's mother was apparently around the age of 60 when she had Keiko (assuming Keiko was not much older than 40 in 2369).

Keiko had a strong bond with her family and past; as a child, she used to help her grandmother, whom she called obachan (Japanese for grandmother), with her Japanese brush writing or calligraphy. Young Keiko would fill an old chipped cup with water and bring it to the table for her grandmother to use for cleaning the ink brushes. Keiko would sit beside her and watch the most beautiful characters come from her brush – the whole time, she would hum to herself. (TNG: "Violations")

Keiko was introduced to Miles O'Brien by their mutual friend, Data. (TNG: "Data's Day") While on Earth together, Miles and Keiko visited McKinley Park, where Miles gave Keiko a gold bracelet. (TNG: "Power Play") The two eventually wed aboard the Enterprise-D in a wedding ceremony that combined Irish and Japanese traditions. Data served as the "father of the bride." (TNG: "Data's Day")

One of Keiko's favorite foods was plankton loaf with kelp buds and sea berries. Following her marriage to Miles, she prepared a plankton loaf for lunch one day, much to the dismay of Miles. (TNG: "The Wounded")

Together, Miles and Keiko O'Brien had their first child, Molly, who was born in early 2368. Keiko gave birth to the child in the Enterprise's Ten Forward lounge during a ship-wide systems failure. Worf coached Keiko during her labor and later delivered the baby. (TNG: "Disaster", "The Game")

Keiko was part of a woodwind quintet on the Enterprise-D in which she played the clarinet. (TNG: "In Theory")

Keiko, an apparent follower of fashion, was replicating longer dresses in mid-2370 to keep up with the style. (DS9: "Paradise")

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