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Characters: Hakuōki
The characters of the game and anime series, Hakuōki. Names are in the traditional eastern order; that is, last name before first name.

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    Shinsengumi 

Yukimura Chizuru

Voiced by: Houko Kuwashima (JP), Brittney Karbowski (EN)

Chizuru is a young girl who came to Kyoto disguised as a boy in search of her missing father, an accomplished doctor of western medicine with whom she suddenly lost contact several months ago.

When the Shinsengumi reveal that they too have been in search of Dr. Yukimura, they allow Chizuru to remain under their care and assist them with the search. Agreeing to continue living as a boy so as not to distract the men who serve her new benefactors, Chizuru quickly becomes acclimated to their lifestyle, even working for them as an occasional messenger and healer.
Tropes associated with Chizuru:
  • Ancestral Weapon: Her kodachi, the Shotsuren.
  • Beautiful All Along/I Am Not Pretty: She considers herself plain, but just watch when she gets shanghaied into dressing up as a maiko.
  • Calling the Old Man Out: Downplayed. She tries to reason with him in most of the routes, even the ones in which he's clearly beyond redemption. Thankfully, there's always someone else who'll call him out in her stead.
  • The Chick
  • Childhood Friends: With Heisuke in Sweet School Life.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: With Heisuke in SSL, potentially.
  • Disappeared Dad
  • Feminine Women Can Cook
  • Half Identical Twin: with Kaoru.
  • Happy Flashback
  • Healing Factor: This is how Kazama Chikage confirms that she is indeed a demon.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal
  • I Just Want to Fit in
  • Insecure Love Interest: Particularly in Harada's route.
  • It's All My Fault: She blames herself for the demon attack on the temple and for the transformation of certain characters.
  • Japanese Honorifics: Uses polite speech and addresses most of the characters as [last name]-san, with the exception of Heisuke and Sen, both of whom extend Friendly Address Privileges and become "Heisuke-kun" and "Osen-chan" respectively. Appropriate in the case of the Shinsengumi executives, as they are socially superior to her.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: Notably in Okita's and Toudou's routes, and also at the end of Hijikata's route.
  • The Load: She has no real combat ability and is thus a liability to the Shinsengumi any time there's a fight, particularly once they've left Kyoto and are embroiled in losing battle after losing battle. Her narration in the game frets continuously over how little she's able to do to help them, and she tries to find ways to be useful off the battlefield, if only by doing chores and making tea.
    • Averted in certain routes. And, although she isn't much help physically, she still helps trying to defend the Shinsengumi or get them to safety in battle.
  • Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter: Well, adopted daughter.
  • The Medic: Along with Yamazaki.
  • Narrator
  • Neutral Female: Moreso in the anime than in the game; although she has a number of moments in both in which she freezes up on the sidelines during battles, especially in the game she can also prove more than willing to draw her kodachi and take a swing at the enemy, or just generally do whatever she can to distract or hinder them and give the Shinsengumi an opening.
  • One of the Boys: Justified, as there are no women she can hang out with other than Osen whom she rarely gets to see anyway. Despite being the Yamato Nadeshiko, she grows accustomed to their antics and starts to enjoy their company.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Her crossdressing, which completely fails to fool a good half of the Shinsengumi captains. Unnamed minor characters fall for it more easily, but even then it tends to fall apart quickly if they pay attention to her for very long.
  • Parental Betrayal
  • Player Character
  • Sweet Polly Oliver/Wholesome Crossdresser: Her disguise may be paper thin (see above), but it works just enough for Shinpachi, Heisuke, and Kondou to be fooled, and also normally works on minor characters provided they don't get the chance to look too close.
  • Take Me Instead: On a couple of occasions, such as one of the early scenes of Saito's route, she tries to surrender herself to Kazama to protect one of the guys. None of them ever allow her to go through with it.
  • Tender Tears: This girl sure does cry a lot. But then, can you blame her? Lampshaded by Hijikata in his ending.
  • Will They or Won't They?: With Hijikata in the anime. They do.
  • Yamato Nadeshiko: Being a crossdresser she naturally doesn't look the part but she has the personality down to a T. She's sweet, kind, and too ladylike for her crossdressing to be remotely effective; at the same time, she also won't hesitate to step forward to protect others and in her gentle way proves to be very stubborn and resilient, as Hijikata ruefully acknowledges in his route and in the anime.

Hijikata Toshizou

Voiced by: Shinichiro Miki (JP), Andrew Love (EN)

Vice Commander of the Shinsengumi. He takes care of most of its technical affairs and is said to hold the real power. Very dedicated to the Commander, Kondou.
Tropes associated with Hijikata:
  • Annoying Patient: Even Chizuru's constant scolding can't keep Hijikata from trying to ignore his own physical condition and get back to work. Saito has to deliver a very pointed and physical smackdown to convince Hijikata to take time to rest and heal from the injuries he received at Utsunomiya Castle rather than go marching straight off to the front lines in Aizu.
  • Attack! Attack! Attack!: While he's a lot better than Kondou at knowing when to order his men to retreat, when it comes to himself he refuses to back down from a fight no matter how outmatched or injured he is.
  • Badass Boast: Hijikata is the source of no few of these.
  • Badass Longcoat: His second outfit.
  • Big Brother Instinct: To Saitou and, to an extent, Souji. This is more evident in Reimeiroku where he seems extremely worried about Souji's increasing bloodlust. He even picks a fight with Serizawa after he successfully turned him into a killer.
  • Can't Hold His Liquor: It's for this reason that he stays away from drinking, even though he'll claim otherwise. According to Word of God, his limit is about four pints - along with Kondou, he has the lowest tolerance for alcohol in the entire cast.
  • Chick Magnet: According to the others.
  • Cluster F-Bomb: He's pretty foul-mouthed in the Aksys Games English release.
  • Combat Pragmatist
  • Death Glare
  • Defrosting Ice King
  • Despair Event Horizon: When Kondou orders Hijikata to flee with the men while he buys them time.
  • Determinator: Shows the most in his route. Even more after becoming a fury. The man does not rest!
  • Determined Defeatist: Though he rarely admits it to others lest their morale go down the tubes, he's well aware from as early as Toba-Fushimi (if not before) that the Shinsengumi are fighting a war they can't win. Nevertheless, he does everything even remotely within his power to make things work, and throws himself wholeheartedly into the fight all the way to the end.
  • Giftedly Bad: His poetry sucks, but he's still fond of it. He even admits that he has no talent, albeit in desperation because he doesn't want to hear Saitou inadvertently tell him so.
  • A Father to His Men: Shows the most in the later parts of his route; near the end he even says outright that the men following him are like sons to him.
  • The Fettered
  • Jade-Colored Glasses
  • Jerkass Façade/Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Hijikata pretends to be Drill Sergeant Nasty to his men because he sees it as a necessary evil. We see his true colors when he's the one who vouches for Chizuru's life in the beginning of the anime though.
  • The Leader: Although he's second-in-command to Kondou, he's in charge of operations and is thus the one who gives most of the orders and does most of the actual work of keeping the Shinsengumi together and working smoothly.
  • Named Weapons: His katana, Izumi-no-Kami Kanesada. (Approximately, "establish and guard the spring of harmony".)
  • Not So Stoic: When he snaps.
  • Poisonous Friend: To Kondou, to an extent. Where Kondou's warm and friendly nature wins him the loyalty of most of the Shinsengumi captains, Hijikata intentionally takes on the role of harsh disciplinarian and "Demon Vice-Commander" to keep order within the Shinsengumi and further Kondou's goals against the heavy opposition of the era's very classist society. It's a mild example since Kondou is aware of everything Hijikata is doing, but there are points at which Hijikata is specifically noted as "playing the villain" for Kondou's sake. In the end, it kind of backfires on both of them, as Hijikata's efforts protect Kondou from many of the harsher realities of leadership and leave him unprepared to deal with the situations the Shinsengumi face after the Boshin War begins.
  • Purple Eyes
  • Purple Is Powerful
  • Red Baron: The "Demon Vice-Commander" ("Oni no Fukuchou").
  • Samurai Ponytail: Until he cuts it short during the Shinsengumi's switch to Western-style clothing.
  • Sergeant Rock
  • Shut Up, Hannibal!: Hijikata gives no hoot.
  • Snake Oil Salesman: Ishida Sanyaku, the medicine his family sells, doesn't actually work—at least, not to the extent that's advertised. Even so, Hijikata (and Saitou even moreso) swear by it.
  • So Bad, It's Good: In-universe, Okita certainly thinks this in regard to Hijikata's poetry, and will take every opportunity to make fun of the poor vice commander for this. Shinpachi mentions in Sanosuke's route that everyone thinks this in regard to Hijikata's poetry. There's even an unlockable gallery scene that features Okita keeping Hijikata's poetry book away from him.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: For most of the storyline he's the "Demon Vice-Commander" who leads with an iron fist, but by Hakodate he becomes a much gentler and more approachable leader, going out of his way to reassure and encourage the men under his command.
  • Tragic Dream: His only ambition is to uplift Kondou to fame and glory and have both of them, and the rest of the Shinsengumi, recognized as true samurai.
  • Trauma Conga Line: The Shinsengumi's fall. Hijikata blames himself for everything that goes wrong and each new comrade that falls only adds to his burden.
  • Trying Not to Cry: Thankfully, Chizuru is there to do the crying for the entire cast.
  • Warrior Poet: Except he's apparently terrible at the poetry part. A for effort though.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: He gets a stern talking to from a dying Yamazaki, and later from Ootori, for charging recklessly, ahead of his men.
  • Will They or Won't They?: With Chizuru in the anime. They do.
  • Workaholic: Several characters call him out for it.
  • "World of Cardboard" Speech: To Kazama after the battle of Toba-Fushimi.

Kondou Isami

Commander of the Shinsengumi. A rather likeable and even humble person.

Voiced by: Tōru Ōkawa (JP), David Wald (EN)

Tropes associated with Kondou:

Sannan Keisuke

Voiced by: Nobuo Tobita (JP), David Matranga (EN)

Tropes associated with Sannan:

Okita Souji

Voiced by: Showtaro Morikubo (JP), Blake Shepard (EN)

Captain of the first squad in the Shinsengumi. His loyalties lie with Kondou alone.
Tropes associated with Okita:

Saitou Hajime

Voiced by: Kosuke Toriumi (JP), Leraldo Anzaldua (EN)

The serious and reserved captain of the third squad in the Shinsengumi. He is also a kenjutsu instructor and is actually the preferred instructor among the lower ranks, as he is the most patient one.
Tropes associated with Saitou:

Toudou Heisuke

Voiced by: Hiroyuki Yoshino (JP), Greg Ayres (EN)

Captain of the eighth unit.
Tropes associated with Toudou:
  • Badass Adorable: Being a captain of the Shinsengumi means he is one of the strongest members, and hands down the most adorable.
  • Big Damn Heroes: With Sanosuke and Shinpachi, in the climax of Saitou's route.
  • Bishōnen: To be expected coming from an otome series.
  • Butt Monkey: Being both young and short earns him this status.
  • Childhood Friends: With Chizuru in SSL.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: With Chizuru in SSL.
  • Conflicting Loyalty: Unlike most of the other main characters in the Shinsengumi, Heisuke is an Imperial loyalist. This was not an issue when the group started out, but as the shogunate comes to power and conflict rises between the factions, he becomes increasingly uncomfortable and uncertain as to whether remaining with the Shinsengumi is the right thing for him to do. His discomfort with the difference in ideologies cause him to leave with Itou for the Guardians of the Imperial Tomb, but when the shit hits the fan at Aburano Koji he throws in with his old friends and rejoins the Shinsengumi.
  • Cute Bruiser: Being a captain of the Shinsengumi, Heisuke is possibly the strongest of his unit and he's definitely cute.
  • Deliberate Injury Gambit: In his route of the game, this is how he defeats Sanan.
  • Dope Slap: Throughout his Butt Monkey career, he gets quite a few of these from Hijikata and Harada. He also receives a well-deserved Armor-Piercing Slap from Chizuru at one point in his route. Chizuru!
  • Died in Your Arms Tonight
  • First Name Basis/Friendly Address Privileges: Insists on this.
  • Gallows Humor: Not to the same level or usage as Souji though.
  • Go Out with a Smile
  • Heroic Bastard: Illegitimate son of the Lord of Tsu.
  • Heroic Sacrifice
  • Hot-Blooded: Not to extremes, but in comparison to everyone else.
  • Japanese Pronouns: Uses "ore" in regard to himself. Oddly enough, the games transcribe it in katakana instead of kanji. He also refers to all of the older captains and commanders with the honorific "san", though in the dub, he only calls Shinpachi "Shinpachi" rather than "Shinpattsuan/Shinpat-san"
  • Keet
  • Living on Borrowed Time: As a fury. Out of all of Chizuru's potential love interests, he's the only one who drinks the water of life on every single route. It makes sense, since the real Toudou did die at Aburano Koji.
  • The Napoleon: Stands at 160 cm or 5 feet 3 inches, making him the smallest amongst the Shinsengumi
  • Older than They Look: He looks to be about 15 or 16, he's actually about 18 or 19 when introduced, 22-23 when he becomes a fury and about 24 when he dies, not only that, but his voice still sounds like he's in the mid-stages of puberty as it is much higher than the other characters.
  • Parental Neglect: Due to being illegitimate, Heisuke's parents probably didn't really raise him, he may have even run away from home considering how young he is and the fact that he's been in the Shinsengumi for years before meeting Chizuru.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: He says himself that he isn't very strong, but he definitely can hold his own in battle, also considering he's a captain, it can be assumed he's the strongest member of his unit.
  • Plucky Comic Relief: At least, until things start getting Darker and Edgier...
  • Power Trio: With Harada and Nagakura.
  • Throwing Your Sword Always Works: He throws his sword (and in the game his wakizashi) to save Chizuru at Aburano Koji. He's thus left defenseless and open to Amagiri's attack, and would have died but for taking the water of life.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Harada and Nagakura.

Harada Sanosuke

Voiced by: Koji Yusa (JP), Illich Guardiola (EN)

Captain of the tenth unit.
Tropes associated with Harada:

Nagakura Shinpachi

Voiced by: Tomohiro Tsuboi (JP), Kalob Martinez (EN)

Cheery captain in Shinsengumi, Kondou Faction. He is also a kenjutsu instructor.
Tropes associated with Nagakura:

Inoue Genzaburou

Voiced by: Norio Kobayashi (JP), Kurt Bauer (EN)

Captain of the sixth unit.
Tropes associated with Inoue:

Yamazaki Susumu

Voiced by: Takayuki Suzuki (JP), Connor Leach (EN)

Tropes associated with Yamazaki:
  • Burial at Sea: Every route except Okita's.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: In Hijikata's route.
  • Combat Medic: He studied medicine under Matsumoto Ryoujun, and his job in Kyoto was that of a doctor. He acts as an emergency medic in the Shinsengumi.
  • Final Speech: He's got three. One for Hijikata, one for Chizuru and one for Ibuki.
  • Ninja: Though he dresses like a stereotypical ninja, oddly enough, he isn't one. He actually works as a spy for the Shinsengumi. However; he does (quite hilariously), pretend to be one in Zuisouroku and Sekkaroku in order to save Chizuru.
  • Perpetual Frowner/The Stoic: Comes off as this even though he's actually quite expressive and even a little childish (see Ninja entry above) underneath.
  • Purple Eyes
  • Tsurime Eyes
  • Undying Loyalty: To Hijikata.

Shimada Kai

Voiced by: Takeshi Ohba (JP), George Manley (EN)

Tropes associated with Shimada:

Itou Kashitarou

Voiced by: Ryuusaku Chijiwa (JP), Clint Bickham (EN)

Tropes associated with Itou:

    Demons 

Kazama Chikage

Voiced by: Kenjiro Tsuda (JP), Corey Hartzog (EN)

  • Big Bad: In Saitou's and Hijikata's routes.
  • Blond Guys Are Evil: Extra points for being on opposite ends with a dark-haired guy (Hijikata) AND for being one point on a love triangle. On his path in the games he's still a jerk, but he's a rather nice one. Hints of his nice side also appear in Heisuke and Okita's routes.
  • Blue Blood
  • Cool Sword: The Doujigiri Yasutsuna, his demon-slaying blade.
  • The Cynic: He believes that Humans Are Bastards, and all they care about is power and wealth.
  • Curbstomp Battle: On the receiving end of one at the end of Saitou's route. Saitou, Heisuke, Sanosuke, and Shinpachi beat him down.
  • Enemy Mine: In Heisuke's route. He does not appreciate Sannan kidnapping Sen, who'd promised him a child. Approaches Vitriolic Best Buds by the route's conclusion, judging from the banter post-rescue.
  • Evil Laugh
  • Explosive Breeder: His aspiration to have children is exaggerated and played for laughs in Yuugiroku, where he exclaims that Chizuru will give him 100 children. She's quick to point out that she's physically unable to.
  • Face Death with Dignity: Only in Hijikata's route.
  • Go Karting with Bowser: In Yuugiroku, the drama CDs and live drama.
  • I Have You Now, My Pretty: Played straight in Harada's third bad ending.
  • It Amused Me/Just Toying with Them
  • Pitiful Worms: Likes to address the Shinsengumi in this manner. Another favorite is "Bakufu's dogs". Additionally, he constantly calls the furies "fakes", to the point where Sen comments in Heisuke's route that he'd do so with his last breath.
  • Pride
  • Proud Warrior Race Guy: Despite his warped personality, he lives by a strong moral code and despises demons ( like Kaoru) who go against it. For this reason, he also will not attack Chizuru when she's alone on the streets of Kyoto or pick fights with the Shinsengumi when she's not around.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech
  • Ship Tease: His ending. It's implied he and Chizuru will end up reuniting eventually, though we don't get to see it until his ending in Zuisouroku.
  • This Is Unforgivable: His reaction to basically anyone proving that they can stand up to him, especially Hijikata and Saito managing to draw blood on him in their respective routes.
  • Villainous Breakdown: He absolutely loses his shit when Hijikata and Saito prove able to stand up to him in their respective routes. He gets over it in Hijikata's, not so much in Saito's.
  • You! Exclamation

Amagiri Kyuuju

Voiced by: Ryu Yamaguchi (JP), Steven Fenley (EN)

  • Badass Armfold
  • Badass Goatee
  • Good Old Fisticuffs
  • Heel-Face Turn: In Saitou's route. Out of respect for Saitou as a warrior, he turns on Kazama and is almost killed for it.
  • Mercy Kill: On a couple of occasions he indicates that he thinks it would be merciful for him to kill Chizuru in order to save her from suffering at Kazama's hands. In the final bad end of Saito's route, as well as in one of the bad endings of Hijikata's route, he goes through with it.
  • No Eyebrows
  • Noble Demon
  • Reluctant Warrior: An interesting villainous example. He makes it obvious that he prefers peaceful solutions over fighting, and tries to talk down nearly every member of the Shinsengumi that he comes into conflict with. When they almost inevitably refuse to back down, the result is often as not a Curb-Stomp Battle. With his fists. Against swords.
  • The Stoic
  • The Teetotaler: Doesn't like to drink.
  • This Is Unforgivable: He's not very amused with Kazama's BS at the end of Saitou's route.
  • Worthy Opponent

Shiranui Kyou

Voiced by: Hiroaki Yoshida (JP), Houston Hayes (EN)

Nagumo Kaoru

Voiced by: Hasumi Ito (JP), Shannon Emerick (EN)

Sen-hime

Voiced by: Ayano Ishikawa (JP), Hilary Haag (EN)

Kimigiku

Voiced by: Akiko Katsuta (JP), Carli Mosier (EN)

    Other Characters 

Yukimura Koudou

Voiced by: Ryuugo Saitou (JP), Mark X. Laskowski (EN)

Matsumoto Ryoujun

Voiced by: Kouta Sato (JP), John Swasey (EN)

Ootori Keisuke

Voiced by: Yasuaki Takumi (JP), Clint Bickham (EN)

Enomoto Takeaki

Voiced by: Eiji Itou (JP), Mike Yager (EN)

    Reimeiroku Characters 

Ibuki Ryuunosuke

Voiced by: Tomokazu Seki (JP), Adam Gibbs (EN)

Taken in by Serizawa, Ryuunosuke is the player character in Reimeiroku. Brash and slightly immature.
Tropes associated with Ryuunosuke:

Serizawa Kamo

Voiced by: Joji Nakata (JP), Brett Weaver (EN)

Head of the Serizawa faction of the Roshigumi (what the Shinsengumi was called before it was the Shinsengumi). An extremely harsh yet very competent leader.
Tropes associated with Serizawa:
  • The Alcoholic
  • Bad Boss: Poor Ryuunosuke
  • Badass Beard
  • Face Death with Dignity: He knew the others were coming to kill him. He knew they would succeed. That didn't mean he would make it easy it for them.
  • Freudian Excuse: subverted. He was dying from some disease (heavily implied to be syphilis) but when Ryuunosuke revealed it to the others, it was far too late for them to excuse Serizawa's actions.
  • It Amused Me
  • Manipulative Bastard: Oh so very much. Especially in regard to Okita. From a practical standpoint his actions are justified, but...
  • Necessary Evil: A lot of his actions are horrible, but it is also explicitly stated a lot of them have directly helped the Roshigumi get where they are.
  • Pet the Dog: He does occasionally show kindness to Ryu and Oume, and he is pretty friendly with Nagakura.

Niimi Nishiki

Voiced by: Kensuke Tamura (JP), John Swasey (EN)

Hirama Juusuke

Voiced by: Yoji Ueda (JP)

Sasaki Aijirou

Voiced by: Kazunori Nomiya (JP)

Tonouchi Yoshio

Voiced by: Kazuya Murakami (JP)

Kosuzu

Voiced by: Youko Nishino (JP), Margaret McDonald (EN)

Oume

Voiced by: Saya Shinomiya (JP), Molly Searcy (EN)

Serizawa's lover.
Tropes associated with Oume:

    Toki no Kizuna Characters 

Suzumori Yukina

A strong guardian who seeks out to find a way to save Yasehime, who is under a coma, while at the same time, carrying another mission – to stop the demons involvement with the humans. Thus, she departs on her journey. She is actually the younger sister of Yasehime, and has an ability to absorb the Life Force of other demons.

Kazama Chitose

Voiced by: Kentarō Itō (JP)

The Head of Kyuushuu, a more brash and hotheaded of the chiefs. His weapon is a flaming sword. He warms up to everyone fast, and can be a bit of an idiot at times. Working with the Shimazu.
  • Adorkable
  • Big Eater: He's bonding with Senkimaru over food in the live-drama despite his suspicions about the rogue demons. He also steals Senkimaru's food once.
  • Bishōnen: At least Yukina mentions that regular demon ladies would find him attractive.
  • Bittersweet Ending: In his ending, he and Yukina managed to defeat Shutendoji, but the Shimazu were on the losing side of the war and his brother figure Toyohisa died.
  • Blue Blood: Head of the Kazama-clan
  • Butt Monkey: He often gets the short stick in conversations.
  • Character Development
  • Cool Sword: His sword Hotarumaru is a flaming sword.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass
  • Determinator
  • First Name Basis: He mentions how formalities make him feel all itchy...
  • Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!: Chitose does this to Yukina after one of her grandpas dies. He probably would have given her time, but the enemy was approaching and they had to get out of there asap.
  • Go Out with a Smile: In his bad end.
  • Happily Adopted: He calls Yoshihiro, the human warlord, his old man and likewise Yoshihiro thinks of Chitose as a son. Both of them are extremely happy with this relationship.
  • Healing Factor
  • Heroic BSOD: Has this after he kills a lot of shuras and Toyohisa sees him in his true demon form, making him believe that perhaps humans and demons can't live together.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: In his bad end, he stops Shutendoji by himself so that Yoshihiro can escape the battlefield of Sekigahara.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Toyohisa.
  • Hot-Blooded
  • Idiot Hero
  • My God, What Have I Done?: After he has gone on a rampage in his true demon form.
  • Nice Guy: One of the reasons why Yukina ends up falling for him in his route. He's very understanding and gives her time to recover after one of her grandpas dies and he's making it clear that he worries for her because it's her and not just because she is a rare demon lady. In pretty much every route, he's giving Kazutake's people a land to live on.
  • The Prankster: The older characters imply he was that in his childhood. Considering his first encounter with Yukina he hasn't grown out of it.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right
  • Tsundere
  • Undying Loyalty: The reason why he helps the Shimazu-clan despite it going against the demon rules.

Yukimura Kazuya

Voiced by: Hiroshi Kamiya (JP)

The Head of Mutsu, a laconic, emotionless guy. More serious and quiet guys, but he can be pretty reckless at times. Working with the Tokugawa, to free his clan from Date Masamune.

Amagiri Kazutake

Voiced by: Kenji Nomura (JP)

He is the oldest of the ten leaders, the "big brother" character type at first. He is reliable and protects his friends and allies. He fights with his fist. Working as a bodyguard of Ishida Mitsunari by the request of someone(revealed later as Hideie), to get lands for his clan.

Shiranui Shin

Voiced by: Satoshi Hino (JP)

The Demon Head of China. His family has been worshipped as gods, so he's arrogant and condescending guy. He enjoys messing with people, but he does care about others. He fights with enchanted threads.

Senkimaru

Voiced by: Nobuhiko Okamoto (JP)


Nagumo Shuu

Voiced by: Miyu Irino (JP)


Yachiyo Oboro

Voiced by: Shinnosuke Tachibana (JP)


Kazuha Yasehime

Voiced by: Naomi Lida (JP)


Shutendouji

Voiced by: ??? (JP)


Akito Shiomi

Voiced by: Yosuke Akimoto (JP)


Touma Kotoura

Voiced by: Kazuhiko Nishimatsu (JP)


Isao Tsukisima

Voiced by: Bon Ishihara (JP)


Tokugawa Ieyasu

Voiced by: Akio Ohtsuka (JP)


Honda Masanobu

Voiced by: Tadashi Miyazawa (JP)


Ishida Mitsunari

Voiced by: Kenji Hamada (JP)


Sakon Shima

Voiced by: Maaki Terasoma (JP)


Shimazu Toyohisa

Voiced by: Nobuyuki Hiyama (JP)


Shimasu Yoshihiro

Voiced by: Ikuya Sawaki (JP)


Mori Terumoto

Voiced by: Toshihiko Nakanishi (JP)


Ukita Hideie

Voiced by: Atsushi Abe (JP)


     Urakata Characters 

Kirishima Kozue

Voiced by: Saori Hayami (JP-Battle Gameplay)

With her elder brother, Sousuke, she manages the dojo left to them by their late father. Embroiled in a certain tragedy when Sousuke died protecting her from an intruder - a white-haired monster in a blue haori - she resolves to take up the sword to avenge her brother.
  • Revenge: Against the Shinsengumi, who she claims to be responsible for ambushing her famther's Dojo and her brother's murder.

Takasugi Shinsaku

Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita (JP)

After losing his teacher in the Ansei Purge, he became a Choshu samurai and joined the isolationist movement. As a team leader he is a people-magnet and has a clumsy and childish personality.

Katsura Kogorou

Voiced by: KENN (JP)

He is from the Choshu isolationist movement. He comes from Choshu and is a person who doesn't like conflicts and loves his country and fellow men.

Okada Izou

Voiced by: Kenichi Suzumura (JP)

A disciple of Takechi Hanpeita. Although he is always wearing a smiling face, he once tried to take the life of Takechi, and has a murderous side to him.

Thomas Blake Glover

Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai (JP)

A mysterious foreign weapons merchant and a gentleman whose actions and words occasionally cast a deep and mysterious impression.

Sakamoto Ryoma

Voiced by: Daisuke Ono (JP)

One of the new characters appearing in Akatsuki no Shirabe.

Nakaoka Shintaro

Voiced by: Daisuke Hirakawa (JP)

One of the new characters appearing in Akatsuki no Shirabe.

Kirishima Sousuke

Voiced by: Juuta Morishima (JP)

Kozue's elder brother who carries on the legacy of his father's dojo. A tender-hearted youth. He was murdered by a fury wearing the Shinsengumi's iconic blue haori. His death is what drives Kozue to hunt down his killer.

Yamagata Arimoto

Voiced by: Kenji Hamada (JP)

A student of Shyoukasonjyuku, excellent in military power and leadership. A man of high pride who will not bend his own will. He joins the cavalry.

Kusaka Genzui

Voiced by: Daisuke Namikawa (JP)

A student of Shyoukasonjyuku. An honest person with a sharp mind. Considers Takasugi as a worthy opponent and best friend.

Itou Hirobumi

Voiced by: Daisuke Kirii (JP)

A student of Shyoukasonjyuku. Has experience from his voyage to England. Although he is a frank person with integrity, he has a masculine side of him and is quite playful.

Yoshida Shiouin

Voiced by: Gou Inoue(JP)

A teacher of Shyoukasonjyuku and Takasugi. He was executed during the Ansei Purge. A person of good nature.

Takechi Hanpeita

Voiced by: Ken Narita (JP)

Okada's teacher and the Chief of the Tosa Domain Alliance. Has a reputation for a sincere personality. However, for some reason he also holds an enigmatic side.

Kiyokawa Hachirou

Voiced by: Naoya Nakanishi (JP)

A shogun's escort and the ringleader of the Roshigumi, who holds a resentment for the shogunate and the Shinsengumi
  • Big Bad: In Katsura's and Glover's routes.

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