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This is a list of tropes which applies to the characters of Togainu no Chi. This article is a work in progress. Most of these tropes are from the viewpoint of the visual novel, and some tropes pertaining to the BL aspect of the novel may not be present in other media.

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Voiced by: Kosuke Toriumi

The protagonist. He is the reigning champion of Bl@ster, a series of street brawls, and childhood friend to Keisuke. When he is falsely accused of murder, he faces life imprisonment...until he is approached by a mysterious duo; Emma and Gwen. In exchange for his freedom, they send him to Toshima, a city ravaged by the war, and participate in the game of Igura. Upon arriving, he learns that Igura is completely different from the street brawls of Bl@ster, and in Toshima, it's either kill or be killed.

  • Bishōnen: He's considered uncommonly attractive In-Universe, and the art style renders him more stereotypically "bishie" than it does other characters.
  • Blessed with Suck: It turns out he was a part of Project Nicole, a genetic engineering program that sought to create a drug which enhances the natural capabilities of humans. His blood is the antidote for said drug, and is the reason he is framed for murder and placed in Igura: Emma wants to use him to lure Nano out, whose blood is the source of said drug.
  • Clear My Name: The reason behind his participation in Igura.
  • The Determinator: When he first encounters Shiki, who is supposedly invincible, he refuses to run away, glaring at him despite a blade pressed to his neck. During their second encounter, he tries to block his sword with his knife, and actually succeeds for a while.
  • The Dragon: He becomes one to Shiki in one of the latter's two bad endings.
  • Even the Guys Want Him: Justified, given that he's a pretty man in a set of circumstances that involve a whole hell of a lot of Situational Sexuality, but especially in one of Shiki's bad endings, which he uses to his advantage to easily seduce Shiki's underlings.
  • Heroic BSoD: Experiences this shortly after fighting with the Line-addled Keisuke. It gets even worse if he accidentally kills him in Shiki's route, to the point that he doesn't resist much when Shiki takes him captive.
  • Heroic RRoD: Also after fighting Keisuke, where he struggles just to stay awake.
  • Kick the Dog: Whether he deserved it or not, Akira telling off Keisuke is still the equivalent of kicking a puppy.
  • Morality Pet: To Nano. And arguably, to Shiki as well, but only if his route is taken.
  • Phlebotinum Rebel: It's eventually revealed that he was also an experiment of Project Nicole, and has his blood altered to counteract the Nicole virus present in Line. Of course, Akira has no plans in letting the military use him for their goals.
  • Red Baron: Akira is this among Bl@sters, and is referred to as "LOST" due to his aloof demeanor.
  • Screw Destiny: In contrast with Nano, Akira refuses to believe that anyone's life has been decided for them by fate, stating that no matter what he'd resolve to make his own decisions and carve his own path.
  • Second Love: To both Rin and Motomi, since Rin's previous crush was killed by Shiki while Motomi's wife committed suicide.
  • The Stoic: He is a textbook example of this at first. As the story goes on however, he shows a wider array of emotions, but more or less, he still keeps a cool head.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: By default, Akira acts cold and distant towards everyone. However, when push comes to shove he shows that he truly cares about the people close to him, and surprisingly isn't one to hold onto grudges no matter what would be done to him.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Akira is implied to like omelette rice-flavored solid. Since omelette rice is usually a kids' favorite, he doesn't like it when people mention it.
  • Tragic Keepsake: In Nano's ending, he keeps Keisuke's tag after the latter's death.
  • Typhoid Mary: As Anti-Nicole, his blood is the antidote to — rather than the carrier of — the Nicole virus and of Line itself. However, the process of nullifying the virus isn't painless and quick, and in some cases, the results can be fatal.
  • Uke: With the exception of Rin's route, where he's the one taking charge instead.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: He was a bit more sociable when he was a child, and a whole lot kinder.
  • The Vamp: Akira becomes this in one of Shiki's bad endings, as whenever the latter is out he would go and seduce Shiki's men, knowing fully well that they'll be killed for sleeping with him.
  • Weak, but Skilled: Compared to Line users and the unusually high volume of overpowered characters he encounters over the game. Although his physical strength is inferior, he strategically reads and analyzes his enemies' movements to find openings and ways to avoid attacks, rather than blindly swinging his weapon around like some of his opponents.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: When Keisuke praises Akira for winning a fight with another Igura participant, despite being clearly disturbed by the implications behind that victory, Akira loses his temper and calls Keisuke out for seemingly not having a mind of his own outside of his friendship with the former. Though he goes a little too far...
  • Wimpification: Highly debatable, it is pretty justified when it happens though. He starts off as a strong, self-assured fighter but once he realizes how outclassed he is by many of the other Igura participants, his confidence in his own abilities begins to waver, although he still remains largely self-reliant regardless of his chosen love interest. His role in sexual encounters is also variable depending on both the route and ending.
  • You Remind Me of X: Part of the reason why Rin takes a liking to Akira is because he looks a lot like his first love.

Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita

Akira's longtime friend, having lived in the same orphanage at the same age. After learning Akira has been sent to Toshima, he follows Akira with a vague knowledge of the dangers of the city. In contrast with Akira, he is quite meek until he takes the drug Line, after which he becomes violent and psychopathic.

  • Boy Next Door: Arguably the main appeal of his character before the whole Yandere thing happens, but also after.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: His feelings for Akira go unsaid for years, not that he's particularly good at hiding them.
  • Corrupt the Cutie: What happens to him when he takes Line.
  • Curtains Match the Window: His eyes and hair are the same shade of brown.
  • Dogged Nice Guy: Keisuke is a very nice guy, and he's also been desperately in love with Akira for years, tagging after him for even longer. This is in spite of the fact that for most of the time they've known each other, Akira has been completely indifferent towards him, mostly because he doesn't understand exactly why Keisuke was always so interested in him in the first place.
  • First Guy Wins: If he's the chosen love interest. All the more notable since otherwise, he dies.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: He starts out as Akira's almost comically ineffectual "best friend" who's clearly harboring an unstated-but-obvious crush on him, but when Akira snaps at him for being The Load, Keisuke decides to take matters into his own hands, and bums some Line, not knowing that he was biologically engineered for the drug to turn him into a bloodthirsty killing machine.
  • Green-Eyed Epiphany: Only admits that he's in love with Akira when he sees a woman drape herself over him at a Bl@ster match, notwithstanding his obvious disinterest in her.
  • Incompatible Orientation: A flashback when Keisuke runs off after Akira snaps at him fills us in on Keisuke's first and only relationship with a woman. Though not for lack of trying, he can't bring himself to have sex with her, and the entire experience forces him to acknowledge the true extent of his feelings for Akira.
  • Insecure Love Interest: The entire reason he chooses to take Line in the first place, when he can no longer handle his perceived inferiority and his own feelings of being a burden on Akira.
  • Kill the Cutie: Occurs in every route save his own.
  • The Load: A part of why he feels inferior to Akira, and also part of why he chooses to take Line in the first place.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: In his route, after getting the Line out of his system, he has this reaction to realizing that he murdered a lot of people and raped Akira while under the influence. However, after Akira forgives and encourages him, he becomes The Atoner.
  • Non-Action Guy: Just sits in the background doing nothing in particular, until he decides to take Line, anyway.
  • Rape as Drama: Inverted. Although he rapes Akira, he later apologizes for his actions and the rape becomes the subject of his nightmares.
  • Shrinking Violet: During conversations with other characters, he usually fades into the background to the point the audience forgets he's even there.
  • Single-Target Sexuality: In his route, he describes his feelings for Akira as being this.
  • Took a Level in Badass: If he survives having the Line in his body neutralized by Akira, not only does he gain a noticeable increase in physical strength and mental fortitude, he becomes less emotionally dependent on Akira and is able to find the resolve to participate in a fight against multiple enemies and win.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He likes the green curry-flavored Solids.
  • Unlucky Childhood Friend: He and Akira have been friends since they were children, and if you don't take his route, he always ends up dead.
  • Yandere: Like you wouldn't even believe, at least when he's strung out on Line.

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Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama

A helpful young boy who has been participating in Igura long before Akira and Keisuke arrived in Toshima. Many people mistake him for a girl. He enjoys taking photos.

  • An Arm and a Leg: In his ending, he lost his left leg in his battle with Shiki, though he has it replaced with a prosthetic one.
  • Badass Adorable/Cute Bruiser: Don't let his young appearance fool you; he's more than capable of kicking your ass.
  • Broken Pedestal: He once admired Shiki, though that admiration turned to hatred after Shiki killed his teammates.
  • Cain and Abel: Morality-wise, he's the Abel to Shiki's Cain, but in terms of who plans to kill who, the roles are switched. Too bad for him it's not working out so well.
  • Cute and Psycho: He is very nice and cheerful and also a mentally-damaged Death Seeker who will try to kill anyone in the way of his revenge.
  • Death Seeker: He wants to kill Shiki or die trying to avenge his friends.
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: The text of the novel states he is a "girl" until Akira observes him closer.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: He is extremely friendly and generous to Akira and Keisuke, even trading his own tags for supplies when they are injured. Until he stabs Akira in the back and takes his tags to face Il-Re anyway.
  • He Is All Grown Up : In his good ending.
  • Icy Blue Eyes/Innocent Blue Eyes: His eyes are either, depending on his current state of mind.
  • Killed Offscreen: In Shiki's route, as seen in the part where Akira observes Shiki tossing away a pair of daggers.
  • Knife Nut: His Weapon of Choice are a pair of stiletto knives.
  • Mr. Exposition: He's the one who explains to Akira and Keisuke about Igura and the people behind it.
  • No Sense of Personal Space: During his first encounter with Akira and Keisuke, he happily huddles up with them, one on each arm, making the two feel rather uncomfortable.
  • Pintsized Powerhouse: The shortest and youngest member of the cast, but he can easily defeat several Igura participants. At once.
  • Power of Trust: This plays a huge role in his relationship with Akira, if his route is taken. Beneath that quirky persona of his lies a huge amount of trust issues, since when Akira assures him that he won't betray him, Rin vehemently tries to cut him off or deny his statements out of fear.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Towards Shiki for murdering his Bl@ster teammates.
  • Stepford Smiler: On the surface, he appears almost suspiciously as a cheerful, upbeat person in a Crapsack World. Later in the story, it is revealed his friends have been killed by Shiki, who also happens to be his older brother, and is participating in Igura to exact his revenge.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Throughout his route, the two sides become so extreme that Akira begins wondering which is the real Rin.
  • Survivor Guilt: Due to Shiki killing his friends. Akira and the Power of Trust are needed before he can get over it by the end of his route.
  • Tragic Keepsake: In the ending of his route, Rin keeps Shiki's sword after killing the latter, then gives it to Akira as proof that he can finally let go of his past and move on with his life.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: With the exception of Shiki's route as well as his own, it's never revealed what happens to him by the end of the game.

Voiced by: Kazuya Ichijo

An older man living in Toshima as an information broker.

  • Cool Old Guy
  • Curtains Match the Window: Similar to Keisuke, his hair and eyes have the same dark brown color.
  • Determined Widower
  • Knowledge Broker: He states he is an information broker, but we rarely see him giving information other than common knowledge about Igura to the protagonists. This is until he has an audience with Arbitro, where he uses previously unknown information to interrogate him. In his route in the game, he reveals even more information to Akira about Project Nicole, and comes complete with the romantic subtext.
  • Like a Son to Me: Played with. He sees Akira as one, though if his route is taken, their relationship turns from familial to romantic. But don't be mistaken; there is no incestuous subtext in their relationship at all.
  • May–December Romance: If his route is taken. While Akira and Motomi's ages are not specified, it's clear they are more or less twenty years apart.
  • The Medic: Before coming to Toshima, he used to be a medic during WWIII.
  • Non-Action Guy: Chooses to be an information broker instead of participating in Igura. However, he still keeps a gun for self-defense.
  • Only Sane Man: He is the only person in the main cast who isn't obsessive, craves killing, mentally wounded from past events, or apathetic towards things which should be important to them.
  • Outliving One's Offspring: His son was killed by Nano when the latter escaped from ENED.
  • Papa Wolf: Part of the reason why he informed ENED about Arbitro's fetish was because he imagined — and feared — the scenario of Arbitro mutilating of his son.
  • Perma-Stubble: All the more noticeable since everyone else seems to be well-shaved.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Averted in that even that though Nano is responsible for his son's death and indirectly for his wife's, he doesn't want to kill Nano for revenge. He wants to do it in order to stop the spread of Line.
  • The Smart Guy: Extremely knowledgeable about Igura, and the people controlling it. He used to work as a scientist in ENED, and therefore has had access to information he can use as leads to investigate further.
  • The Stool Pigeon: He was the one who got Arbitro fired from ENED after finding out about his... "hobbies".
  • The Tease: Downplayed, but in his route, he seems to be fond of poking fun at Akira.


A powerful and feared man who mysteriously appears in front of Igura participants and kills them.

  • Bishōnen: Face it, he may be a Bastard Boyfriend to the core, but there's a reason why he's very popular among fans.
  • Cain and Abel: Morality-wise, he's the Cain to Rin's Abel, but in terms of who plans to kill who, the roles are switched. Though he becomes the Cain once more when he kills Rin in his route.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Fight him, and expect it to be extremely one-sided. Even though Akira was able to hold his ground for a while, he was eventually overpowered by him. Rin couldn't lay a scratch on him either. The only one who could hold out against Shiki in a fair fight, and even turn the tides, is Nano.
  • The Dreaded: His presence makes almost everyone who sees him run in fear. Not that he would let them leave alive...
  • Drunk with Power: Should he choose to drink Nano's blood (which leads to both of his bad endings), he becomes this and takes control over Japan as a tyrannical dictator.
  • Empty Shell: He becomes this in his good ending, since after killing Nano, Shiki has nothing left to live or fight for. Though the drama CD hints that he's slowly waking up.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: While it's probably more of personal taste then a sense of morality, even Shiki is disgusted by the "modifications" Arbitro makes to the boys in his collections.
  • Final Boss: In-Universe. He is Il-Re, who has to be defeated to win Igura.
  • I Love You Because I Can't Control You: Towards Akira's unwillingness to surrender to him.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: Even if he had any slightly sympathetic traits, one can count the total number of them with only one hand.
  • Katanas Are Just Better: His weapon of choice, and is frequently shown slicing Igura participants (on Line) with hardly any effort.
  • Killed Offscreen:
    • Rin finally gets to finish him off in his ending, even carrying his katana as a Tragic Keepsake.
    • Also hinted at in Nano's route, where one scene shows Nano tossing aside a bloodied katana, and Shiki is the only character who wields one.
  • Lima Syndrome: Arguably, in his route, he has developed this towards Akira after the latter spent a while in captivity.
  • Pet the Dog: Believe it or not, he has his moments. In his good ending, he shows Akira the way out of Toshima and tells him to go wherever he likes. He even goes as far as trying to comfort Akira when he was brooding about his blood, in his own special way at least.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: He's easily distinguishable due to his red eyes and being completely clad in black, and while the extent of how evil he is can be debatable, he's definitely not one of the good guys.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: In case it isn't obvious already, his blood red eyes stand out from his color scheme, and you'd be extremely lucky to never cross paths with him.
  • Vengeance Feels Empty: In his good ending, after choosing not to drink Nano's blood, Shiki loses the will to live after killing him, since most of his life he was focused solely on defeating Nano. From then on, he becomes unresponsive to everything and everyone.

Voiced by: Takumi Yamazaki

A mysterious man who is being pursued by Emma and Gwen.

  • Because You Were Nice to Me: The reason why Nano is attached to Akira is because he's the only one who showed any kindness towards him in the past.
  • Charles Atlas Superpower: He appears to have this, being capable of holding a man and strangling him with one hand effortlessly despite his scrawny physique. Then, we find out he is the product of Project Nicole, which intended to create the ultimate soldier.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Spending most of his time in a lab caused him to have a very limited knowledge on basic living. For instance, he survives on eating tree bark, and in an attempt to eat a Solid, he forgets to remove the wrapper first.
  • The Corrupter: He's the one who convinced Takeru to take Line.
  • Covered with Scars: His body and arms are full of them.
  • Creepy Monotone: Combined with slow speech. He subverts this in Shiki's route, where he talks at a faster pace and with clear emotion in his voice. Additionally, both his tone and his speech get better in his good ending.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He doesn't look like much of a threat, which makes it more surprising when it's revealed just how dangerous he actually is.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: No one has any chance of winning against him, not even Shiki. Hell, the only reason he even dies in Shiki's route is because he lets it happen.
  • Dye or Die: In his ending, he dyes his hair black to blend in better, since he and Akira had become fugitives and are on the run from the military.
  • Emotionless Guy: This is explained by the manipulation of his genetic features in Project Nicole, which resulted in the suppression of his emotions, allowing him to become invincible as per the goal of the project.
  • Evil Laughter/Laughing Mad: There's one memorable instance in Shiki's route where he laughs, and it's quite creepy. Though what's creepy isn't with how Nano is laughing, but with the fact that he's laughing.
  • The Fatalist: He has a "what was is what will be" point of view and believes that You Can't Fight Fate, which reflects his detachment from humanity.
  • Humans Are Bastards: He believes this, though to be fair he doesn't consider himself an exception.
  • I Shall Taunt You: He would throw a few Armor Piercing Questions, Hannibal Lectures, and Breaking Speeches at Shiki whenever they cross paths.
  • Non-Specifically Foreign: His light brown hair and blue eyes tell both the reader and the rest of the cast this. Akira even remarks on how foreign he looks.
  • No Sense of Personal Space: There are times when he can suddenly be clingy, and really clingy at that; though this is only reserved for Akira.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Both Nano and Nicole Premier are only his code names, and while he does reveal his real name to Akira at the end of his route, the scene fades to the credits before the player can hear him say it.
  • Secret Character: He's the final love interest, and can only be pursued once you've played everyone else's routes.
  • The Stoic: Pretty much a given, since he shows little to no emotion.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: By default, he's mysterious, emotionless and apathetic; but he shows a softer and slightly more expressive side whenever Akira is concerned.
  • Super Speed: Enhanced strength aside, he can move really fast, to the point that he's even thought to be teleporting.
  • Super Strength: He's strong enough to lift a fully-grown man with only one hand and toss heavy objects at other people with ease.
  • These Hands Have Killed
  • Thou Shalt Not Kill: He makes this vow at the ending of his route, carving cross-shaped wounds on the back of his hands as a reminder.
  • Typhoid Mary: As Nicole Premier, whose blood is the carrier of the Nicole virus and the source of Line.
  • When He Smiles: During the end of his route.

Voiced by: Hiroshi Kamiya

An Exclusive Character from Togainu no Chi: True Blood. He once participated in a game called Bl@ster, the same as Akira. And his main goal is to take down Japanese Government, that's the reason he join in Igura.

  • Artists Are Attractive: He likes to draw and also good looking.
  • Best Friend: His close friend and leader is Touya.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: In turns out his the same as Akira and Nano being a test subject of the Nicole Experiments. And unlike Akira, he remembers it.
  • Fiery Redhead: Averted, he's actually quite calm and calculated.
  • Platonic Life-Partners: In the ending of Yukihito's route, he and Akira become this. Though, he admit he likes Akira in the bonus tokuten for The CHIRAL Night 5th Anniversary DVD.


Supporting Characters

Voiced by: Hideki Ogihara

He is also a player in Igura. His main goal is to defeat II Re and get the prize money for his family.

  • Big Brother Instinct: For his little sister, Yukari.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: A Line-crazed Keisuke kills him by barehandedly crushing his skull.
  • Eyepatch of Power
  • Honey Trap: Resorts to this to get tags.
  • Memento MacGuffin: His Cross necklace is from his sister, Yukari.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Attempts this against Il-Re, the circulator of Line, the drug responsible for the degradation of his family, especially his mother.
  • Sacrificial Lion: He is a powerful fighter, able to go toe-to-toe with Akira, a Bl@ster champion in a veteran's region. He survives in Toshima on his own, unlike others who are part of a small gang who tend to look out for each other. Despite this, he is convinced to take a dosage of pure and undiluted Line, only to have it painfully neutralized by Akira's blood. In his weakened state, he is promptly killed by a Line-addicted Keisuke. This is the first major indicator that Toshima is dangerous for reasons other than Igura.

Voiced by: Kousuke Okano

A high-up of the drug syndicate Vischio, which is responsible for distributing Line.

  • Berserk Button: Motomi who got him fired from ENED once he discovered his hobby of mutilating young boys.
  • Bring My Brown Pants: In Shiki's route, Arbitro wets himself as Shiki slowly goes in for the kill.
  • Depraved Homosexual
  • Evil Make Over/Fashion-Victim Villain: Believe it or not, Arbitro didn't always look so garish. He used to have short, black hair, wore glasses, and sported a lab coat while he worked at ENED.
  • Faux Affably Evil: He is extraordinarily polite and invites Akira to dinner, offering him some bread... laced with drugs.
  • Freudian Excuse: His parent's neglect in favor of gathering young children to abuse left him wanting his own collection of "dolls" to play with.
  • Impossibly Tacky Clothes: Akira's first impression of him is how bad his taste in clothing is. Many other characters also point that he has bad taste.
  • Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: This guy's tastes are definitely something else, and not in a good way.
  • Sissy Villain

     The Executioners
Gunji (left), Kiriwar (right)
Voiced by: Kissho Taniyama (Gunji), Katsuyuki Konishi (Kiriwar)

A pair of men hired by Arbitro to enforce the rules of Igura, often through violent means. They are somewhat irresponsible and use whatever they can as an excuse to kill people randomly for fun. Consists of Gunji and Kiriwar.

Voiced by: Asako Dodo

A mysterious woman who approaches Akira, offering him freedom from prison in exchange for his participation in Igura. She is cold and calculating.

  • Absolute Cleavage: Wears her jacket with the zipper halfway down.
  • An Arm and a Leg: She's missing her left arm, since Nano tore it off during his escape.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: She appears in the beginning of the story to release Akira from jail. Later, she re-appears, revealing she knows about Nicole Premier, Akira's capability of neutralizing Line and is out to kill Nano, the source of Line fueling Igura.
  • Femme Fatale: Beautiful, manipulative, and deadly.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: How Nano kills her. And he does this with his bare hands.
  • Lady in Red: She's never seen without her red coat.
  • Mercy Kill: She attempts to do this to Nano, knowing that the other option would be to give him back to the military, who will experiment on him again. Of course, he kills her before she gets the chance.
  • Revolvers Are Just Better
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead
  • The Smurfette Principle: She's the only female character among the cast.
  • Treacherous Quest Giver: She sends Akira to Toshima to challenge Il-Re, promising him a clean slate if he succeeds. In truth, Il-Re doesn't matter to her; she's using Akira to lure Nano out of hiding, and she's planning to kill them both. She's also the one who framed Akira to begin with.
  • Spy Catsuit: What she's wearing underneath her coat.

Voiced by: Takuo Kawamura

Emma's right hand man.

  • Expy: He looks like the splitting image of Phoenix Wright and shows especially when he's the Only Sane Man of the series.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: Emma will kill him near the end of several routes if he tries to stop her from betraying their mission.
  • Only Sane Man: The only character outside the main cast to be reasonable and clear-headed.

Voiced by: N/A

A heavily mutilated boy who Arbitro keeps as a pet.

Voiced by: Nozomi Sasaki

Takeru's little adoptive sister. The reason Takeru keep fighting in Igura.

  • I Will Wait for You: She's waiting for her brother to come home. Alas, her brother can't go home because he died.
  • Nice Girl: She's sweet and loving little sister. When Takeru says he's leaving and go to Igura so he can win the prize money to support their family. She tells him that she doesn't need lots of toys and clothes to be happy; just for him to be with her.

Voiced by: Kentarou Itou

Another Exclusive Character from Togainu no Chi: True Blood. Yukihito's friend and leader of the their group.

  • Best Friend: His close friend is Yukihito.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: In Yukihito's route, He does this to Yukihito and Akira to give them time to escape from The Executioners. He survived it.


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