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Jin Kazama
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Jin Kazama in Tekken Unlimited


Yakushima, Japan

Date of Birth:

November 3

Fighting Style:

Mishima Style Fighting Karate (T3-TTT)
Kyokushin Kaikan (T4-TR)


19 (T3)
21 (T4)

Blood Type:



Student in Mishima Polytechnical School (T3)
Unemployed (T4-T5)
CEO of the Mishima Zaibatsu (T6)


Good (T3-T5-T7)
Anti-Hero (T6)


His Mother, Xiaoyu, Forest Bathing, Walking in the Forest, Flames


Deceiving others, His father, His Grandfather, Ogre, His Devil form

Voice Actors:

Isshin Chiba (Japanese)
Sean Chiplock (Tekken series)
Darren Daniels (Tekken: Blood Vengeance) (English)

 Jin Kazama (風間 仁 Kazama Jin?) is a fictional character from the Tekken franchise. He made his first debut in Tekken 3 and became the main protagonist of the Tekken franchise (even though he an anti-hero in Tekken 6). Outside the video games, Jin has also appeared in the animated adaptations from the games as well as the Tekken live-action film. Jin was created to be the new protagonist of the series whose constant fights with his family members would eventually lead him to become an apparent antagonist as crafted by the director, Katsuhiro Harada. Critical reception to him has been mostly positive with comments focused on his role within the story and techniques.

Trained by his grandfather, Heihachi Mishima in order to enter the King of Iron Fist Tournament, Jin wishes to avenge his mother's apparent death. However, during the tournament, it is revealed that Jin possesses the Devil Gene (デビルの血 Debiru no Chi?, Lit. 'Devil's blood'), a genetic abnormality within his body, which causes the betrayal of Heihachi who wants to take it. He is also antagonized by his father, Kazuya Mishima, from whom he inherited the gene. While dealing with them, Jin loses control of the Devil Gene, which causes his transformation into an alter-ego named Devil Jin (デビル仁 Debiru Jin?), who was debuted as a fully playable character in Tekken 5.


Jin is the son of Kazuya Mishima and Jun Kazama and the grandson of Heihachi Mishima. He was raised by his mother Jun for 15 years. When Jun was attacked by Ogre, Jin swore to avenge his mother and goes to train with his grandfather, Heihachi Mishima.

During Tekken 3, Jin destroys Ogre in the tournament, but is betrayed by Heihachi. Jin's Devil Gene allows him to survive Heihachi's attack and escape.

During Tekken 4, Jin enters the 4th King of the Iron Fist Tournament, though he fought Hwoarang and defeated him, Jin would also receive the opportunity to fight against his allegedly dead father Kazuya, but he never had the chance because he was found by the Tekken force. Jin was defeated and captured.

During Tekken 5, he would escape from the Tekken force while his father and grandfather fight each other and joins another King of The Iron Fist Tournament. He again fights Hwoarang but loses to him. This causes Jin to give into the Devil Gene inside of him and defeats him while under the influence of the Devil Gene. He then would fight his great-grandfather Jinpachi Mishima and defeat him. Soon after, Jin becomes the new CEO of the Mishima Zaibatsu and the commanding officer of the Tekken Force.

Before the events of Tekken 6, Jin moves for a corporate takeover by the Mishima Zaibatsu. He would use the Tekken Force to conquer most of the world and space colonies. His only competition is his father's company: The G Corporation who has made Jin the company's enemy. With it, Jin hosts another King of The Iron Fist Tournament. It was revealed at the end of the scenario campaign that Jin started the war in order to eradicate Azazel, but also rid himself of the devil gene by sacrificing himself. However, during the last scene, it is revealed that he survived the ordeal and the devil gene is still within Jin.

During Tekken 7, he was captured by UN forces and to be taken into custody, however, the devil gene within him surfaced and caused the helicopter to crash. He was eventually saved by Lars and managed to recover at the end of the game, vowing to kill Kazuya and end the war.

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Saitama, Bruce Wayne (Batman), Lin Jie (Zero), Tang San and Anthony Edward Stark (Iron Man) meet at Z-City Phantom Town. Anthony Edward Stark makes powerful weapons and equipment for Neo Heroes and he has discovered a danger that Neo Heroes is doing something that is only a secret to the top Associations and he told his friends about it. Tang San join Neo Heroes to see what's going on inside Neo Heroes. Bruce Wayne put a spy camera on Tang San. Saitama and Lin Jie are training to strengthen their power to fight justice at the Hero Association Training Center. 

Neo Heroes is led by Blue and Mccoy. Blue and Mccoy joined forces with Professor Souichi Tomoe, Dr. No, Dr. Rota, Dr. Gero & Nina Einstein to do something to defeat the Hero Association and overcome evil. 

The God of Destruction, God Demons, Death Gods, Chaos King, Chaos Queen, Celestial beast and Arch Angel wanted to rule planet earth and said it to Neo Heroes Top Associations and make them high positions on planet earth.  

Alternate Dimension:

Wu Geng (Ah Gou) - He saw a danger happening in the world of planet earth so he quickly called his friends and sent them there

Strategist: He Liao Diao (Ka Ryo Ten)

Emmett Lathrop "Doc" Brown, Ph.D. -  time machine, built out of a DeLorean sports car and left to go to the Neo Heroes with his friends Elena (Heal Power), Jin Kazama, Ryu, Kyo Kusanagi, Terry Bogard, Ryo Sakazaki, Haohmaru, Kaede, Raiden, Dante, Arthur, Merlin, Chris Redfield, Frank West, Morrigan Aensland, Mike Haggar, Nathan Spencer, Strider Hiryu, Mega Man X, Sonic.  

Alternate Timeline:

Koenma (King Enma Jr. / Boss Jericho Jr) - Discovered the widespread danger in Neo Heroes so he told her friends.

Strategist: Lelouch Lamperouge

Lucy Heartfilia use the Eclipse Gate was a Magic Item created and used by combining Celestial Spirit Magic and a certain Magic to Travel Space Portal Dimension to go to Neo Heroes with Orihime Inoue (Heal Power), Aang, Edward Elric, Vinsmoke Sanji, Toshinori Yagi (All Might), Asta, InuYasha, Recca Hanabishi, Doctor Who, Tanjiro Kamado, Sou Kishuku (Tamahome), Ban Midou, Gintoki Sakata, Natsuki Subaru, Eren Yeager, Rintaro Okabe and Rurouni Kenshin.

A parallel universe:

Dende - Discovers that something is going on inside the Neo Heroes so he tells it to his friends.

Strategist: L Lawliet

Chronoa (Supreme Kai of Time) - use Time Warp Portal to go to Neo Heroes with Elizabeth Liones (Heal Power), Son Goku, Hit, Chronos, Setsuna Meiou (Sailor Pluto), Sasuke Uchiha, Jotaro Kujo, Nie Li (Sage Emperor), Alucard, Ken Kaneki, Kurapika and Asakura Yoh.

Other appearancesEdit


Jin is a playable character in Namco × Capcom, where he joins forces with Ryu and Ken Masters from Street Fighter and seeks to defeat Devil Kazuya who was his father through the Devil Gene.

He appears on a promotional poster for the Namco-produced crossover fighting game Tekken X Street Fighter, along with Street Fighter's Ryu (as well as their alter egos "Devil Jin" and "Evil Ryu", respectively). The Capcom-equivalent game, Street Fighter X Tekken, features Jin as a playable character, with Ling Xiaoyu as his official tag partner.

Jin appears in the game Project × Zone, with Xiaoyu as his partner.

Character RelationshipsEdit



  • Jin is the youngest fighter to win a Tekken tournament. He won the 3rd Tournament at age 19.
  • Jin's clothing attire has a fire motif, which appears on at least one of his costumes in every game.
  • Very little is known about his school life. It is assumed that he dropped out of senior high school after the events of Tekken 3.
  • Jin was registered in mechanical engineering at Mishima Polytechnical school.
  • Jin is the only Tekken character who totally changed his fighting style.
  • A character from The King of Fighters series, K' shares similar characteristics with Jin. Both are the 2nd-main protagonists of the series, with Jin succeeding from Kazuya and K' succeeding from Kyo Kusanagi.
  • Both Jin and K' are also anti-heroes in their respective titles and share an ambition. In Jin's case, he intends to rid himself of his destiny as the vessel of the Devil Gene and wants to put an end to the cursed Mishima bloodline. K', meanwhile, desires to rid himself of his status as the "2nd Kyo Kusanagi" because of the flames he can produce in his right hand, which was due to the fact that his body was given Kyo's DNA by NESTS' experiment, and K' just wants to live a peaceful life. This proves the reason why K' hates KOF tournaments as he has been forced to participate by his buddies.
  • Interestingly, Jin's outfit in Tekken: Blood Vengeance is very similar to K's outfit.
  • Jin also shares similarities with a character from the Devil May Cry series, Vergil. Both believe that power is everything and without its existence would be futile. Both also have a calm and cool personality and have a devil inside of them.
  • Jin has been voiced by Isshin Chiba ever since his debut in Tekken 3, even in the Japanese dub of the 2010 film.
  • In the Tekken series, Jin is said to have travelled to Brisbane, Australia, to learn karate. At the time of Tekken's creation, Cameron Quinn - a well-known instructor of Kyokushin Karate, Mas Oyama's interpreter, and the author of The Budo Karate of Mas Oyama - was teaching students such as Garry O'Neill and Walter Schnaubelt at his famous Kyokushin dojo in Brisbane.
  • In Street Fighter X Tekken, Jin has the most unique projectile in the game as it's the only one where the projectile will stay in one area in a short time.
  • Jin shares some similarities with Ryu from Street Fighter. Both have a dark power they want to rid of, Jin with the Devil Gene, Ryu with the Satsui no Hadou, and both of these can cause their dark formations, Jin to Devil Jin, Ryu to Evil Ryu.


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