The heights, birthdays, and ages of the Tokyo Revengers characters can be hard to track because of how much time-jumping happens within the show.
Luckily, since the manga is close to ending and the anime is already in its second season, there is plenty of official confirmation about each character’s personal details.
Takemichi Hanagaki is 26 years old at the start of Tokyo Revengers and is transported back 12 years to when he was 14 years old. He remains 5’5″ (165 cm) the whole time.
Hinata Tachibana is 5’0.2″ (153 cm) and 26 years old when she is murdered in the present. In the past, Hinata is 14 years old.
Manjirō ‘Mikey’ Sano is slightly older than Takemichi at 15 years old in the past and 27 years old in the present but is only 5’3.8″ (162 cm).
When Takemichi’s ex-girlfriend and her younger brother are murdered, his mundane and stressful life grinds to a halt as he is sent 12 years back in time to prevent the murders from happening.
To do so, Takemichi must navigate a maze of middle school criminal gangs that later become the most notorious criminals in Japan.
Tokyo Revengers Characters Heights and Ages Chart
Listed below are the heights in feet and cm and the ages of Tokyo Revengers’ main characters.
|Character||Past Age||Present Age||Height|
|Takemichi Hanagaki||14||26||5’5″ (165 cm)|
|Hinata Tachibana||14||26||5’0.2″ (153 cm)|
|Naoto Tachibana||13||25||5’8.9″ (175 cm)|
|Manjirō Sano||15||27||5’3.8″ (162 cm)|
|Tetta Kisaki||13||25||5’4.6″ (164 cm)|
|Ken Ryūgūji||15||27||6’0.8″ (185 cm)|
|Masataka Kiyomizu||14||26||5’11.7″ (182 cm)|
|Keisuke Baji||14||26||5’8.9″ (175 cm)|
|Chifuyu Matsuno||14||26||5’6.1″ (168 cm)|
|Haruki Hayashida||14||26||5’4.6″ (164 cm)|
|Atsushi Sendō||13||25||5’6.1″ (168 cm)|
|Shūji Hanma||16||28||6’3.6″ (192 cm)|
|Takashi Mitsuya||15||27||5’6.9″ (170 cm)|
|Ryōhei Hayashi||15||27||5’9.3″ (176 cm)|
|Kazushi Yamagishi||13||25||5’2.2″ (158 cm)|
|Takuya Yamamoto||14||26||5’5.4″ (166 cm)|
|Makoto Suzuki||13||25||5’7.7″ (172 cm)|
|Nahoya Kawata||16||28||5’6.9″ (170 cm)|
|Souya Kawata||16||28||5’6.9″ (170 cm)|
|Yasuhiro Mutō||18||30||6’1.6″ (187 cm)|
|Nobutaka Osanai||17||29||5’11.7″ (182 cm)|
|Emma Sano||14||26||4’11.1″ (150 cm)|
|Hakkai Shiba||14||26||6″ (183 cm)|
|Kazutora Hanemiya||15||27||5’8.5″ (174 cm)|
Before Takemichi Hanagaki is transported back in time, he is 26 years old (birthday: June 25th) and is 5’5″ (165 cm).
He can teleport back to middle school when he was 14 years old. Because Takemichi is technically still an adult, he doesn’t always act like his 14 year old self did.
Living a mundane but stressful life as a convenience store worker, Takemichi is extremely downtrodden at the beginning of Tokyo Revengers.
He seems to have lost all hope in life, which worsens when he finds out that his middle school ex-girlfriend Hinata Tachibana and her younger brother Naoto were recently killed.
Takemichi’s luck completely changes when he is pushed onto a railroad and suddenly finds himself 12 years in the past.
He is given a chance to save Hinata and Naoto in the present by changing the event of the past.
Eventually, Takemichi’s self-esteem begins to rebuild because of his new sense of purpose, and he does everything he can to save his friends.
As Hinata Tachibana was in the same class as Takemichi in middle school, she is 26 years old (birthday: May 21st) when introduced to Tokyo Revengers, having been recently murdered. In the past, Hinata is 14 years old.
Hinata remains 5’0.2″ (153 cm) throughout the show, making her one of the shortest characters.
Not much is known about Hinata in the present because Takemichi lost touch with her after school. But she is certainly full of character as a teenager.
Like Takemichi, Hinata is very protective of those she cares about (especially her younger brother Naoto). Unlike Takemichi, this protectiveness can make Hinata impulsive and quick to anger.
For an average teen, this would not be an issue. But in Tokyo Revengers, impulsiveness is dangerous.
This makes Hinata a potential liability to herself and those she is trying to protect.
Though most of the time, Hinata is genuinely friendly and tries to befriend others before taking action if possible.
A year younger than his older sister Hinata, Naoto Tachibana is 25 years old (birthday: April 12th) in the present and is taller than Takimichi at 5’8.9″ (175 cm).
But because he is only 13 years old when in the past, Naoto is noticeably shorter at 4’10.3″ (148 cm), not having yet gone through his teenage growth spurt.
25 year old Naoto is very different from his innocent, slightly nerdy pre-teen self.
In middle school, Naoto is an easy target for bullies and gangs because of his short and skinny build. Knowing he will come away in better shape if he gives the bullies what they want, Naoto doesn’t fight back.
That is until Takemichi is sent back in time and becomes very protective of Naoto as he knows his potential fate in the future.
Adult Naoto is a sharp, hard-to-please crime detective. A role that becomes vital in Takemichi’s quest to save him.
Though Takemichi’s time-traveling abilities seem absurd, Naoto is willing to help him in any way he can when he finds out that Hinata’s fate is also at stake.
Majirō (Mikey) Sano is 15 years old (birthday: August 20th) in the past, making him 27 years old in the present.
Mikey’s height doesn’t change, remaining 5’3.8″ (162 cm) in both the past and present. However, his hair and tattoos change to reflect the change in timeline.
In the past, Mikey is the leader and founder of the Tokyo Manji gang, who left the gang after it became corrupted to form the Kanto Manji gang.
(Though in an alternate timeline, he is still the Tokyo gang’s leader).
As a teen, Mikey is fun-loving and enjoys goofing around with his friends. Many of whom Mikey cares for greatly, stopping at nothing to keep them safe.
It is mostly Mikey’s charisma and ability to lead his gang to success that make both Manji gangs fear and respect him.
Mikey puts his all into his gang, caring for them collectively and as individuals.
Such a burden and the loss of those he failed to protect means that Mikey has a lot of dangerous internal conflict.
Tetta Kisaki is a younger Tokyo Manji Gang member at 13 years old (birthday: January 20th) in the past and 25 years old during the present timeline when he becomes the leader of the Tokyo Manji gang.
His average 5’4.6″ (164 cm) height and slightly above average physical abilities don’t serve much use to Kisaki. Instead, he relies on his intelligence.
With the lifelong goal to build the biggest criminal gang in Japan, Kisaki is a ruthless leader, stopping at nothing to reach his goals.
Kisaki is one of the smartest characters in Tokyo Revengers, able to manipulate the most powerful leaders.
An isolating and vulnerable childhood has driven Kisaki to become obsessed with Hinata.
He saw how she felt about Takemichi in middle school and associated Takemichi’s desire to be a delinquent with Hinata’s attraction to him, so he made it his mission to become the best criminal to win Hinata’s favor.
In the present day, the obsession with Hinata pushes Kisaki to murder, manipulate and be an unmerciful leader.
Ken Ryūgūji (Draken) is the same age as Mikey at 15 years old (birthday: May 10th) when he debuts in the past timeline. He is, therefore, 27 years old at the present time.
Draken is much more muscular than Mikey, with lots of lean strength. His muscles make him seem bigger than his actual 6’0.8″ (185 cm) height.
Though he is the vice president of the Tokyo Manji gang in the past, Draken has as much authority over the gang as Mikey.
This is not only because of Draken’s intimidating build but also because of his maturity and devotion to those close to him – most of all Mikey.
When Mikey becomes too emotional or tires himself out, Draken will pull Mikey back from making a bad decision. He will even physically carry Mikey around when he is too tired.
Though noticeably colder and much ruder than Mikey, Draken cares endlessly about his best friends.
When Masataka (Kiyomasa) Kiyomizu is introduced to Tokyo Revengers in the past, he is 14 years old (birthday: January 18th).
But his stocky build, face scars, and 5’11.7″ (182 cm) height mean that others mistake him for an older teen.
At the present, Kiyomasa is 26 years old. He has grown into his body better and looks his age.
Kiyomasa is the leader of a third-year gang at Shibuya Third Middle School who instantly dislikes Takemichi.
He challenges Takemichi to a fight and wins, forcing Takemichi into arranged fights where he is essentially set up to lose.
Kiyomasa does not believe in mercy, preferring to use his considerably larger build to beat up anyone who challenges him.
Because he often wins his fights, Kiyomasa is an arrogant leader, not caring for those he deems lesser than him.
Though, this arrogance is easy to manipulate.
Keisuke Baji is yet to appear in present timelines, but he is 14 years old (birthday: November 3rd) in the past, making him 26 years old in the present.
At 5’8.9″ (175 cm), Baji is one of the taller 14 years old in the show and one of the strongest. He only needs one punch to defeat the Mandala gang’s leader.
Like most first-generation founding Tokyo Manji gang members, Baji is very loyal to his fellow founders and friends.
There are times when Baji allows himself to take the blame for questionable actions, even if it makes his friends consider him the villain, to keep them safe.
Baji has more authority than other Tokyo Manji division captains as he is the first division captain – an authority he has rightfully earnt.
His loyalty to his gang and friends makes Baji a credit to the Tokyo Manji gang, embodying all the principles that the founding members stand for.
Chifuyu Matsuno is the same age as Takemiki when introduced in the past at 14 years old (birthday: December 19th), making him 26 years old in the present.
He remains slightly taller than Takemiki through Tokyo Revengers at the same height of 5’6.1″ (168 cm) but dresses more maturely than Takemiki.
Chifuyu acts as a great balance for Takemichi when a situation becomes too emotional as he can put the need for logic above his own emotional distress.
This can make Chifuyu come across as cold or uncaring, but that is far from true.
Chifuyu is one of the more logical and level-headed Toman members with the physical strength to scare his older, obnoxious classmates.
While he may sometimes jump into action without planning or will put himself in danger for his friends, Chifuyu is always calm enough to understand right from wrong.
He will not hesitate to fight against anyone whose morals are harmful.
Haruki Hayashida (Pah-chin) is an average height of 5’4.6″ (164 cm). But he is noticeably stockier than most other members because of his strength.
Pah-chin’s build makes him seem older in the past, when he is 14 years old (birthday: February 24th). By the time he is 26 in the present, Pah-chin has only gotten more powerful.
By his own admission, Pah-chin prefers to think with his muscles rather than his head.
His first reaction to most things is anger, causing him to act out and not think things through properly.
However, he gets the most worked up when his friends are upset or hurt.
Pan-chin is loyal to a fault. He takes the legal fall for stabbing Osanai of the Moebius gang after they had assaulted his friends.
To let his friends escape the scene, Pan-chin allowed himself to get arrested.
Atsushi Sendō (better known as Akkun) is a year younger than Takemichi at 13 years old (birthday: December 2nd) in the past and 25 years old in the present.
Because he is younger, Akkun grows throughout the series from 5’6.1″ (168 cm) to 5’8.5″ (174 cm).
In the past, Akkun acts as the leader of the friendship group that he shares with Takemichi.
No one opposes this because of how confident and caring Akkun is, willing to sacrifice himself to save his friends, especially the weaker members of his group.
However, in the present, Akkun works in the higher ranks of the Tokyo Manji gang during Kiaski’s leadership.
Akkun doesn’t have much control and hates working for Kisaki.
So much so that he asks Takemichi to go back and stop Kisaki from gaining power because of how awful he has made the gang.
He then kills himself, forcing Takemichi to find a way to save Akkun, too.
Though he may not be the strongest fighter, Shūji Hanma has earned the nickname the ‘Zombie’ because of his lanky 6’3.6″ (192 cm) height and seemingly endless endurance during a fight.
Hanma is one of the older characters in Tokyo Revenge. He is 28 years old in the present (birthday: October 27th) and 16 in the past.
It would be wrong to call Hanma loyal because of how many gangs he has been involved in. He is not protective of individuals and doesn’t care about those he works with.
What drives Hanma is his obsession with adrenaline and the need to be constantly entertained. Weather by violence or danger.
Hanma doesn’t care much for his life or anyone else’s.
No matter if he is the sixth division captain for the Tokyo Manji gang or the acting president of the Valhalla gang.
He will not hesitate to put his fellow gang members in danger for his own entertainment.
Takashi Mitsuya is one of the older founding Tokyo Manji gang members. He is 15 years old (birthday: June 12th) in the past and 27 years old in the present, making him one year older than Takemichi.
At 5’6.9″ (170 cm), Takashi is above average height. Like most taller characters in Tokyo Revengers, Takashi is one of the stronger fighters.
Takashi is well known for his fighting abilities amongst other Tokyo Manji divisions and gangs.
Although, until someone angers him (which is hard to do), Takashi’s warm smile is very deceptive of his abilities.
Compared to most first-generation Tokyo Manji members, Takashi does his best to ensure that his division (the second division) avoids fighting where they can.
His positivity is usually enough to sedate otherwise violent fights.
However, Takashi is not weak. He will shut down his peaceful morals if someone needs his protection.
Ryōhei Hayashi (aka Peh-yan) is not the tallest character in Tokyo Revengers at 5’9.3″ (176 cm). However, he is one of the most intimidating.
Peh-yan is one of the older founding Tokyo Manji members at 15 years old (birthday: October 15th) in the past (and 27 in the present) but does not have the same authority as other members.
As the Tokyo Manji gang’s third division vice-captain, Peh-yan does have some command over the average gang member.
However, he does not have the intelligence to make the tough decisions of a captain.
What Peh-yan lacks in mental capabilities, he makes up for with his fighting skills.
Peh-yan’s height gives him a physical advantage over most of his opponents, making him an intimidating force.
His very short temper and causally aggressive attitude motivate Peh-yan to win a fight.
This anger only intensifies when Peh-yan finds one of his friends hurt.
Kazushi Yamagishi is one of Takemichi’s younger friends from middle school. He is only 13 years old (birthday: February 9th) in the past and 25 years old in the present.
Kazushi does not grow taller than 5’2.2″ (158 cm). Instead, his maturity is instead shown through his new scars and longer hair.
Takemichi is close enough friends with Kazushi in middle school to tease him about supposedly wearing fake glasses to become more intelligent. After all, Kazushi is often pretty stupid.
That is why Kazushi’s actual intelligence is quite surprising.
He may not be the best at math or science, but Kazushi can collect and process new information much better than most people, even more so if that information is on a topic he loves.
By the time he is 25 years old, Kazushi is full of information about nearly every gang in Japan.
Like Kazushi, Takuya Yamamoto is a good friend of Takemichi’s in middle school. Takuya is in the same year as Takemichi, making him 14 years old (birthday: July 15th) in the past and 26 in the present.
Takuya’s 5’5.4″ (166 cm) height is nothing remarkable. Only his long hair sets him apart from the background characters.
Perhaps it is because of his smaller build or his more subdued attitude, but Takuya is not much of a fighter. He is not even part of a gang.
However, Takuya supports his friends, acting as a stable base for Takemichi.
Even though he knows that he may not be much use in a fight, Takuya will throw himself into a dangerous situation to help his friends.
Despite being significantly taller than most 13 years olds in the past at 5’7.7″ (172 cm), Makoto Suzuki is not a good fighter, nor does he desire to fight.
Makoto is 25 years old (birthday: December 28th) in the present and looks a lot more mature than his teen self. However, he has not changed much as a person.
Out of Takemichi’s non-gang-related friends, Makoto displays the most delinquent characteristics.
From his love of erotica (which remains a running joke throughout Tokyo Revengers) to his playful taunting, Makoto has the potential to also be in a gang.
However, Makoto is too much of a softie to withstand a life of crime.
During a fight, he is far more concerned about his friend’s well-being than actually winning the fight.
Nahoya (Smiley) Kawata’s actual height is 5’6.9″ (170 cm), but his overly fluffy hair gives him some extra height.
In the past, Smiley is 16 years old (birthday: May 25th), making him one of the oldest Tokyo Manji division captains. He is 28 years old in the present.
As his name would suggest, Smiley is rarely seen in the past or present without his signature grin.
However, his smile can be deceptive as Smiley can be incredibly aggressive and fierce.
Smiley once led the Twin Devils gang with his twin brother, Angry.
The gang dissolved to join forces when Mikey formed the Tokyo Manji gang, and Smiley was made the fourth division captain.
This is because of how strong and loyal Smiley is – he embodies everything the Toman stands for.
As they are twins, Souya ‘Angry’ Kawata shares a birthday with Smiley (May 25th) and is the same age as his brother. He is 28 years old in the present and 16 in the past.
The brothers are even the same height (5’6.9″ (170 cm)), but they differ significantly in how they present themselves.
While Smiley constantly sports a grin, Angry is almost always seen snarling or shooting a killer glare.
Though just like his brother, Angry’s expression does not necessarily reflect who he is as a person.
Angry prefers to avoid fighting whenever possible.
This doesn’t necessarily make him weak, but Angry can get overly emotional when his brother or friends are hurt, making him more vulnerable than Smiley.
Better known as Mucho, Yushurio Mutō is the oldest founding member of the Tokyo Manji gang at 18 years old (birthday: April 28th) in the past and 30 in the present.
He is also noticeably taller than most other characters at 6’1.6″ (187 cm), with the muscles and strength to match.
Mucho’s strong sense of calm and servitude is not expected, given his appearance.
A single punch from Mucho can quickly end any fight, which is easily won given his judo training and ability to literally throw his opponents.
However, Mucho doesn’t actually like fighting. He is simply good at it and sees it as a suitable punishment for traitors that go against Mikey’s orders.
Even when Mucho helps to start another gang in the present timeline (the Tenjiku gang), he is opposed to fighting and will only use his strength to protect those he is loyal to.
Nobutaka Osanai undergoes the biggest physical change out of any character in Tokyo Revengers, though he remains 5’11.7″ (182 cm) the whole time.
When he is 17 years old (birthday: April 29th) in the past, Osanai is slim and menacing, but as a 29 year old in the present, he has gained weight and looks much less dignified.
Osanai is not as featured in Tokyo Revengers as other gang leaders despite being Moebius’s eighth leader. Yet he still has an impact on the show’s narrative.
In his teens, Osanai loves violence, but he is not as strong as he thinks.
Neither is he as mentally capable of running a gang as he illudes, quickly falling to Kisaski’s manipulation and acting for himself rather than for the gang.
As an adult, Osanai is entirely different. He has fallen into the stress of adult life just as harshly as Takemichi did, working as a humble and skittish construction worker.
Emma is only seen during past timelines in Tokyo Revengers, where she is 14 years old (birthday: November 25th). This would make her 26 years old in the present.
Despite being shorter than most other characters at 4’11.1″ (150 cm), Emma is one of the most physically developed teens in past timelines.
Emma uses her physical maturity to try and get the attention of Draken, who is much too stoic to offer any real response.
Aside from her emotional weakness for Draken, Emma tries to act mature but often fails because she is still quite naive.
Luckily, Emma has Mikey’s protection as his little sister. She not only respects Mikey but also admires his ability to lead.
Emma is as loyal to Mikey as any member of the Tokyo Manji gang.
At 6″ (183 cm) in the past, Hakkai Shiba is one of the tallest 14 years old (birthday: September 4th) in Tokyo Revengers.
He grows even taller by the time he is 26 years old in the future, reaching 6’4″ (193 cm). This makes Hakkai the tallest character in the show.
Hakkai is the younger brother of Taiju, who was once the leader of the 10-generation-long Black Dragon gang.
This connection means that most expect Hakkai to be aggressive like Taiju, especially given his height and strength. But Hakkai could not be more different.
Working as the vice-captain for Tokyo Manji’s second division, Hakkai uses his position to keep his friends safe, caring for them as if they were family.
Hakkai is very traditional, speaking of honor often and talking with old-fashioned politeness. Though this only makes him more endearing.
Kazutora Hanemiya’s average 5’8.5″ (174 cm) height doesn’t necessarily make him stand out from Tokyo Manji’s other division vice-captain when he is 15 years old (birthday: September 16th) in the past.
However, his bright yellow hair highlights and tattoos make him easily recognizable.
Fans are yet to see Kazutora in the present, but he is 27 years old.
Most of the characters in Tokyo Revengers are delinquents or straight-up criminals for no good reason. But Kazutora has a reason.
Coming from a broken, aggressive family, Kazutora often resorts to sadistic violence when his mental instability is manipulated or becomes too much to handle.
That is why he initially clings to his Tokyo Manji family, doing everything he can to please Mikey when there is no need to. He simply doesn’t want to be alone.