Tetta Kisaki is the main antagonist of Tokyo Revengers up until his death after the Kanto Incident. He rose to the top of the Tokyo Manji Gang by manipulating Manjiro Sano and orchestrated Hinata Tachibana's murder in several different futures. In various timelines, he was the Third Division Captain of the Tokyo Manji Gang until he was kicked out and joined Tenjiku as a General Staff Officer. In the final time leap, he became one of Toman's founding members and served as a Staff Officer. Kisaki is a man of average height, with blue eyes, and blonde hair (dyed). He also sports glasses and an earring on his left ear. In his first appearance, his hair is cut to a crew cut and shaved hair art on the right side of his head. As a member of the Tokyo Manji Gang, his hair is cut in an undercut and he wears the usual Toman uniform. Originally, Kisaki was a fair skinned male with black hair, but tanned his skin and dyed his hair upon becoming a delinquent. In all alternate futures, Kisaki returns to his normal skin coloration, while his hair is now light golden brown parted to the side. He wears a business suit in all of these futures as well. Kisaki is a ruthless, cunning, and ambitious individual who will stop at nothing to achieve his goals. Although average in stature, his power to rule with fear makes even those stronger than him obey him. The entirety of his actions in the entire story revolves around becoming the most powerful and influential criminal in Tokyo. Kisaki cares little about his subordinates and superiors alike, seeing both groups as tools for his success. He sees almost everyone as an object for him to be manipulated. He is selfishly willing to incriminate others or even make them sacrifice their lives for him to escape the law or further his plans. Despite this, he has remarkable charisma, able to find many willing to serve under him, though this is also because they fear him. He also garners the trust of a few powerful and notable delinquents, which allows him in turn to gain control of their underlings. As a child, he was very timid and insecure. His isolation during childhood makes him develop an inferiority complex and molds him into the ruthless individual that is seen throughout the story. It is also likely the reason why he only sees others as tools. Kisaki's number one drive in life is his obsessive love for Hinata developed during his childhood. Seeing how Hinata was attracted to Takemichi who wanted to become a delinquent, he researched and came to the natural conclusion that if he became Japan's top delinquent then Hinata would come to love him as a proxy of his superiority. Fully aware of his physical limitations when compared to other fighters he resorted to more subtle means to achieve his goal, controlling events from behind, instigating conflict, and at times murder, while at the same time using every chance possible to gain the trust of whom he deemed necessary to fuel his agenda, researching to the minimal detail and acute precision to set in motion his plans. Incredibly patient and with a strong tolerance to frustration, he didn't mind waiting several years before the full extent of his plans was fulfilled and showed incredible persistence in his schemes when some of his plans failed. Ultimately his compulsion to win Hinata's favor was not rooted in genuine love, but in selfish, possessive egotism, best evidenced by having her murdered after being rejected in every timeline in which he confessed to her, repulsed by the idea of her being with another man and driven insane by her rejection, unable to understand why she would not look at his way despite everything he believed he did for her sake. Although seeking Hinata's love was Kisaki's primary motivation to become a delinquent, it was revealed during the final time leap, that it was not a truly defining factor, as Takemichy befriended Kisaki and introduced him to the Tokyo Manji Gang. During this timeline, Kisaki showed no known affection for Hinata, or was seemingly capable of accepting that he was not favored by her, but nonetheless, remained with the gang until its disbandment.