|Also known as||Kissme (by Nagisa)|
|Age||12-13 (High☆Speed！ 2)|
17-18 (Free!-Eternal Summer-)
|Height||181 cm (Free!-Eternal Summer-)|
182 cm (Free!-Dive to the Future-)
|Clubs||Iwatobi Jr High School's Basketball Club (former)|
|Relatives||Hayato Shigino (younger brother)|
Katsumi Shigino (uncle)
|Light Novel||Chapter 1|
Rina Satoh (child)
Tia Ballard (child)
Kisumi Shigino (鴫野 貴澄 Shigino Kisumi) is one of the supporting characters of the anime series Free! and the second volume of the light novel High☆Speed！. Kisumi attended Junior High with Ikuya Kirishima, Makoto Tachibana, Haruka Nanase, and Asahi Shiina, and is currently attending Hidaka University with the latter two.
Kisumi is a tall, young man with unkept, salmon pink hair that dips between his lavender eyes. His usual school uniform consists of black trousers, a white shirt and a red necktie with yellow stripes.
Kisumi was a part of the basketball club at Iwatobi Junior High School.
- Main article: Kisumi Shigino/Story
- Main article: Kisumi Shigino/Relationships
- People often make jokes out of his name because it sounds like the English "kiss me."
- Haruka doesn't particularly like Kisumi for the reason being that during junior high school, Makoto started hanging out with him too, making him jealous.
- His uncle, Katsumi Shigino, runs a small real estate business where Kisumi often assists.
- Whenever Katsumi came to visit Kisumi, he would say "Kiss me! Catch me!".
- He's kept in touch with Asahi Shiina since Iwatobi Junior High School and they're still good friends.
- Kisumi admitted to Haruka in junior high school that he admires the “natural Asahi” who is free, straightforward and always cheerful while he himself is just trying to look good.
- Young Kisumi's seiyuu, Rina Satoh, also provides the voice for Isuzu Mikoshiba.
- Young Kisumi's voice actor in the English dub, Tia Ballard, also provides the voice for Chigusa Hanamura.
- Due to not being a swimmer like most other main and supporting characters, in place of a motif animal on merchandise Kisumi is represented by an anchor symbol instead.