Despite the more common meaning of Yuki being Snow, this card's name translates to Ghost Rabbit instead of Snow Rabbit, due to the Kanji used being 幽鬼 instead of the 雪 for Snow.
This is further reinforced by the ghostly rabbit behind her.
Specifically its name is a pun on the ユキウサギ (Yukiusagi) a.k.a. the common Mountain Hare (Lepis timidus).
This card's name and artwork are similar to those of Droll & Lock Bird.
The two names are also structurally similar, and both artworks display a mystical being with its familiar.
Both cards are also hand traps.
This card is a counterpart of Ghost Reaper & Winter Cherries:
Both are hand traps that can disrupt the opponent's moves.
Both have the same ATK and DEF.
They are Tuner monsters.
They share opposite Attributes.
Their name have a similar naming style and their Japanese/OCG" name involve puns.