The following page is a Character Sheet for Tokyo Revengers.
Due to wiki policy, all trope names are visible and may contain spoilers for the manga (the anime currently covers the Moebius, Valhalla, and Black Dragon arcs).
- Main Charactersnote
- Tokyo Manji Gangnote
- Black Dragonsnote
- Yokohama Tenjikunote (Spoilers)
- Bontennote (Spoilers)
- Rokuhara Tandainote
- Kanto Manji Gangnote (Spoilers)
Voiced by: Eiji Takeuchi (Japanese), Kaiji Tang (English), Javi Sánchez (Latin American Spanish)
Portrayed by: Yoshiki Minato (film), Kenta Arata (stage play)
Osanai is the 8th leader of the famous Moebius gang and one of the most feared men in society.
- Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: He's a Boxing Battler whose skills are on par with his ego and cruelty.
- Berserk Button: People looking down on him, as Takemichi quickly finds out.
- Boxing Battler: Osanai is a trained boxer, making him a fearsome opponent during fights. According to the character book, his dream is to run a club someday.
- Break the Haughty: Osanai starts off as a mean, cocky and shameless bully. However, his humiliating defeat at the hands of Mikey, getting stabbed by Pah-chin, and most of all Kisaki's manipulation leave a lasting effect on him. After Moebius disbands, he's too afraid of Kisaki to dare do anything to him. In the original timeline where Draken died, he's a shell of his former self by the time Naoto and Takemichi meet up with him, having turned into an Extreme Doormat and his boss's favorite punchbag.
- Comic-Book Fantasy Casting: Invoked. He admires John Travolta and visibly modelled his appearance and attitude after him — specifically his character in Grease.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: He easily beats Pah-chin... before getting taken out in one kick by Mikey.
- Deadpan Snarker: Very much so.Pah-chin: You bastard.
Osanai: Hey, I'm two years older than you. That's Mr. Bastard to you.
- Delinquent Hair: A bleached elephant trunk.
- Dumb Muscle: A self-aware example. He admits that fighting was the only thing he was good at before meeting Kisaki, and that he wouldn't have ended up in a position of power without help.
- Extreme Doormat: Present-day Osanai apologizes a lot and is regularly abused by his boss without ever fighting back — getting yelled at for taking lunch breaks despite coming back in time to work and getting calls during his interrogation with Naoto and Takemichi.
- Extremity Extremist: The series' boxing expert, for whatever good it does him.
- Future Loser: In the original present timeline, Draken's death caused Osanai to go from a cruel, cocky and infamous gang leader and boxer to a wood worker who gets regularly pushed around by his boss. When Takemichi encounters his younger self, he's shocked at how different the man in front of him is from the one he met in the present and wonders if they're even the same person.
- Good Eyes, Evil Eyes: Past Osanai has narrow, harsh-looking eyes with smaller irises than his present self, whose eyes are noticeably larger and softer.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: He's very irritable as a teenager, punching Takemichi for looking at him in a way that he disliked and admitting to beating up anyone who got on his nerves.
- Hidden Depths: He's a John Travolta fan.
- How the Mighty Have Fallen: Present-day Osanai is a construction worker with apparent health issues and a meek personality, as opposed to his proud, strong past self who led a large and infamous gang. Takemichi himself has trouble believing that the Osanai he met in 2017 and the one from 2005 are the same person.
- Toothy Issue: He's missing a tooth as an adult.
- Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil: Osanai and his men brutalized Pah-chin's friend then assaulted his girlfriend in front of him. Draken says that Moebius strayed from the path of true delinquents by doing this. However, Osanai later reveals that it was actually Kisaki who orchestrated the whole thing as part of his plan to infiltrate Toman.
- Red Is Violent: A vicious gang leader with wine red as his image color. He also wears a red uniform as the Moebius leader, unlike regular members' white attire.
- Scars are Forever: He has a large scar on his forehead. It still hasn't healed as an adult.
- Shrinking Violet: In the present timeline, Osanai is nothing like his teenage self and has become quite shy and timid. His response to being asked about what happened in the original timeline reveals that Kisaki's manipulation had put a toll on him.
- Smoking Is Cool: He smokes during Moebius's confrontation with Toman, as he taunts Mikey and beats Pah-chin with just a few punches.
- Smug Snake: Osanai is incredibly confident in his abilities and makes several jabs at the Toman members for being younger than him, convinced that their age difference alone makes them incapable of facing him and Moebius. Mikey very quickly proves him wrong.
- Sore Loser: He attempts to attack Mikey In the Back with a broken bottle after losing against him. Luckily, Draken easily stops him.
- Trash Talk: Osanai puts a lot of effort into making fun of Toman and its members, even engaging in some Snark-to-Snark Combat with Mikey, to his men's greatest pleasure.Mikey: You're just as shitty as I imagined you'd be, Osanai-kun.
Osanai: (with a hand behind his ear) HUH?!? Can't hear ya, you're too shrimpy!
- Underestimating Badassery: Tries to declare that he's going to beat Mikey in ten seconds. He ends up eating the dirt before fully finishing his sentence.
- The Worf Effect: The ease with which he defeated Pah-chin, who was said to be able to take down entire gangs alone, shows how strong Osanai is. Mikey makes him look like a kindergartner.
Voiced by: Yumi Uchiyama (Japanese), Carrie Keranen (English), Alejandra Delint (Latin American Spanish)
Emma is a close friend of the Tokyo Manji Gang with a crush on Draken. She later reveals herself to be Mikey's half-sister.
- Backup from Otherworld: During Mikey's battle with Izana, Izana sees Emma and Shinichiro behind Mikey, supporting him.
- Big Brother Worship: Emma deeply respects her older half-brother Mikey and is very loyal to him, listening to his orders.
- Bludgeoned to Death: Kisaki kills Emma by hitting her in the head with a pipe.
- But Not Too Foreign: Emma is half-Japanese and half an unknown ethnicity, as Mikey and Baji describe her name and appearance to be "foreign-looking." To help her not stand out, Mikey adopts a "foreign-sounding" name so she won't feel alone.
- Buxom Beauty Standard: Takemichi often notices the size of her breasts, to Hinata's frustration.
- Curtains Match the Windows: Gold hair, gold eyes.
- A Day in the Limelight: Chapter 123 shows her arrival in the Sano household as a young child.
- Dying Declaration of Love: Before she dies, she asks Mikey to tell Draken she loves him.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Emma is blonde and is also a strong presence in Mikey's life. Takemichi realizes in the Tenjiku arc that Emma most likely helped Mikey through Shinichiro and Baji's deaths.
- Kill the Cutie: Kisaki mortally wounds Emma in the Tenjiku arc. Compared to how Baji's death affected the Tokyo Manji Gang, Emma's death sent both Mikey and Draken into a Heroic BSoD, and a chapter is even dedicated to her funeral.
- Killed Off for Real: Emma dies in the events of the Tenjiku arc after Kisaki does a hit-and-run targeting her.
- Like Mother, Unlike Daughter: Emma and her mother shared similar physical traits, but that's where the similarities end as Emma is ultimately kinder and much more heroic than her Jerkass mother.
- Missing Mom: Emma was abandoned by her mother and left to live with the Sano family.
- Morality Chain: Emma keeps Mikey grounded most of the time, and it's only after she dies that Mikey goes into a deep state of depression.
- Ms. Fanservice: Has a scene where she's just wearing a bra and panties.
- Phenotype Stereotype: She has blond hair like her foreign mother.
- Relative Error: Takemichi and Hina think that Emma and Mikey are going on a date and that Emma is cheating on Draken. It's soon revealed that they're actually half-siblings, and Mikey was taking Emma out for her birthday.
- The Runaway: In the original timeline, Mikey's fatal consussion and later death eventually made Emma so upset that she runs away from the Sano residence.
- Too Good for This Sinful Earth: She's a sweet, caring, selfless young girl, and one of the nicest characters in the series. She dies after Kisaki bashes her head in with a bat.
Voiced by: Asuna Tomari (Japanese)
Yasuda is a member of the Sewing Club who attends the same school as Mitsuya, Peh-yan, and Pah-chin.
- Belligerent Sexual Tension: She is very harsh on Peh-yan, but a lot of the other club members think they act Like an Old Married Couple.
- Jerkass to One: Yasuda doesn't like delinquents in general but she's particularly abrasive towards Peh-yan out of everyone, because he was Innocently Insensitive to her a couple of times.
- No Full Name Given: Her full first name isn't given, and everyone is on a Last-Name Basis with her. However, in the home release extras, her parents call her "Tomo-chan" in one panel, showing that "Tomo" is either fully or part of her name.
- Undying Loyalty: She is very loyal to Mitsuya, who helped rebuild the Sewing Club.
Junpeke is Kazutora's former friend, who was introduced in the extras released with the home release of the anime's first season.
- The Artful Dodger: According to Kazutora, he doesn't have parents. He seems perfectly happy about it, spending his days at the arcade playing video games, bragging about getting his ears pierced and overall enjoying his freedom. He's also crafty and resourceful, being able to manipulate Kazutora with ease.
- Dirty Coward: He talks a big game, but as soon as someone stronger shows up, he's quick to run away, hide behind others or even be brought to tears.
- Evil Former Friend: Junpeke joins a gang under the protection of the Black Dragons by the time he starts going to middle school, and they begin terrorizing Kazutora, which causes Mikey to form the Tokyo Manji Gang.
- False Friend: Junpeke used Kazutora to borrow money and never really cared about him.
- Manipulative Bastard: He tricked Kazutora into thinking he was his friend, when all he really cared about was how much money he could get out of him.
Voiced by: Mikako Komatsu (Japanese), Sarah Natochenny (English)
Yuzuha is Taiju and Hakkai's sister and the middle child in their family.
- Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Yuzuha is beat up way more than Hakkai at home, but she is never depicted with scars, unlike Hakkai, who has a scar on his lip. During the fight on Christmas, though, she sustains a black eye and several scuffs on her face.
- Big Sister Instinct: Yuzuha is fiercely protective of Hakkai and is quick to defend him when he gets into fights. She also made a deal with Taiju to take every hit meant for Hakkai since she was a child.
- Cool Big Sis: Yuzuha is very supportive of Hakkai. She is also kind to Takemichi and Hinata when they first meet.
- Curtains Match the Windows: Brown hair, brown eyes.
- Damsel in Distress: Yuzuha's debut chapter shows that she's an Action Girl, who is quick to send a roundhouse kick to Inui's face for antagonizing Hakkai. However, throughout the Christmas battle, she's quickly incapacitated and sits out for the majority of the fight, even though Takemichi is technically worse-off combat-wise.
- Even the Girls Want Her: She apparently has her own fanclub at school.
- The Fashionista: The second character book mentions that she has a strong interest in fashion, and Hakkai compliments her taste in clothes.
- Hopeless Suitor: After the events of Christmas, Yuzuha develops a crush on Takemichi.
- Like Brother and Sister: Hakkai confronts Yuzuha about having a crush on Mitsuya and she denies it, stating that she sees Mitsuya as a brother.
- Master Archer: Downplayed. According to the second character book, she's a skilled kyūdō practitioner and the head of her high school club.
- Ojou: She has a rich family, a Big Fancy House, and she's very popular at school. However, she possesses none of the usual personality traits associated with this trope and is a serious Cool Big Sis instead.
- Perpetual Frowner: Downplayed and justified. Yuzuha usually looks serious if not downright somber, but her family circumstances make it easy to understand her less-than-cheerful disposition. She lightens up following the Christmas fight.
Akane is Seishu Inui's older sister and also the girl Hajime Kokonoi was in love with.
- Bittersweet 17: Akane is 17 years old, making her 5 years older than Kokonoi. While she is still a minor, the narrative shows that she is more mature than Kokonoi and that her reason for not wanting to date him is because he is not old enough.
- Death by Origin Story: Akane is the sole reason for Kokonoi's economic savviness and the reason why he is involved in gangs. However, she dies in her introductory chapters.
- The Lost Lenore: Akane was heavily burned in a house fire, on the same day she and Kokonoi promised to date once he is old enough, no less. As her family could not afford her surgery, Kokonoi begins engaging in gang activities to help scrape enough money together to pay for it. However, Akane dies before he's able to make enough.
- Too Good for This Sinful Earth: She's a kind, mild-mannered girl who cares a lot about her little brother and Kokonoi. Unfortunately, she gets caught in a house fire and dies from her injuries soon after.
- The Hedonist: She cared more about gambling and going out than raising her daughter.
- I Am Not Your Father: After Izana stumbles upon her as a teenager and seeks answers for her Parental Abandonment, she reveals that he's actually the child her ex-husband had with a Filipina woman.
- Jerkass: From what little we see of her, she's distant, neglectful and self-centered.
- Karma Houdini: She seems to have gotten away with abandoning her children.
- Lack of Empathy: She coldly tells Izana the truth about his lineage when asked why she abandoned him, adding that he's not her son - despite having raised him since he was young enough to believe she truly was his biological mother.
- Parental Abandonment:
- She willingly left Emma behind at the Sano household.
- She had Izana taken away to an institution when he was 7 and never visited him, traumatizing him.
- Phenotype Stereotype: She has blond hair and while her ethnicity is unknown, her name and appearance suggest that she's either American or European.
- Small Role, Big Impact: Despite only appearing in flashbacks, her decisions not to raise Izana and to later reveal to him that he wasn't blood-related to the Sanos largely contributed to leading him down the path of villainy - allowing him to meet Kakucho and the S-62, and giving him lasting emotional scars, which in turn caused the Kanto Incident.
- Strong Family Resemblance: Her daughter Emma looks like a younger version of her.
- Wicked Stepmother: Turns out to be this to Izana.
Yumi Morita (Moriyumi)
Moriyumi attended the same kindergarten as Pah-chin and Peh-yan, where she used to pick on them. She moves away but reunites with Pah-chin in middle school.
- Bully Turned Buddy: Even though Moriyumi would pick on Pah-chin and Peh-yan, she truly considered them her friends.
- Childhood Friend Romance: Pah-chin and Moriyumi get married in the future after the Tenjiku arc.
- Love at First Punch: She's liked Pah-chin ever since he challenged her to a fight in kindergarten.
- She Is All Grown Up: When Pah-chin and Peh-yan first meet her, she has a monstrous Gonk appearance. By the time she meets Pah-chin again in middle school, she is drawn with a prettier design.
- Took a Level in Kindness: She went from a kindergarten bully who terrorized Pah-chin and Peh-yan to a sweet, supportive teenager and later young woman.