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The Bount Mansion (バウントの邸宅, Baunto no Teitaku) was a mansion on the outskirts of Karakura Town under the control of the Bount that served as their initial base of operations prior to its destruction by Ichigo Kurosaki and his allies.



The prison cell in the Bount Mansion.

The Bount Mansion is a large and grand estate with many expensive accoutrements like Renaissance-style paintings, classical furniture, elaborate banisters, and a sizeable fireplace. In addition to a common area and at least one bedroom, it also has a prison cell consisting of a thick metal door and a stone room with no light sources as well as several broken shards lying near the walls, which Uryū Ishida and Yoshino Sōma were respectively imprisoned in after being captured by the Bount. There is a grand foyer in the center of the mansion which serves as the main entrance; this foyer has an illustrious tapestry depicting an 18th Century witch-hunt.[1] The mansion is frequently patrolled by the flying eyeballs of Ugaki's Doll, Gesell, which serve as a security force and allow Ugaki to monitor the entire estate.[2] There is also an antique grandfather clock in the mansion which holds some value to Jin Kariya, who salvaged it from the wreckage of the mansion and managed to repair it with a toolbox he kept on-hand.[3]

The Bount Mansion remained intact and maintained for a considerable period of time, but during his fight with Ryō Utagawa, Ichigo Kurosaki unleashed a Getsuga Tenshō that carved a deep trench into the central foyer;[2] following this, Kariya himself further damaged the foyer when brutalizing Ichigo, and in order to provide a distraction so Ichigo and his friends could escape, Ururu Tsumugiya bombarded the mansion with blasts from her Senren Bakusatsu Taihō at Jinta Hanakari's direction, setting the entire mansion ablaze[4] and eventually reducing most of it to ashes and cinders,[3] the remainder of which was further damaged by Yoshino's Doll, Goethe, when fighting Kariya the day after.[5] Following this, Kisuke Urahara and 6th Division Lieutenant Renji Abarai investigated what was left of the mansion to gather more data on the Bount, but did not find anything.[6]


Notable Events[]

The following battles and events took place in or around the Bount Mansion:


  1. Bleach anime, Episode 75
  2. 2.0 2.1 Bleach anime, Episode 76
  3. 3.0 3.1 Bleach anime; Episode 78
  4. Bleach anime; Episode 77
  5. Bleach anime; Episode 79
  6. Bleach anime; Episode 80