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They all thought I was out of the game... But I'm holding all the cards now.
~ Kazuya Mishima in Tekken 4.
I'll let you have this one, but just remember- It's the fate of our family to fight and betray each other. It's in our blood, You won't escape it.
~ Kazuya Mishima to Lars Alexandersson.
Fighting is all about who's left standing. Nothing else.
~ Kazuya Mishima after defeating Heihachi Mishima for the final time, mirroring Heihachi's similar quote.

Kazuya Mishima, also known by his alter ego of Devil Kazuya, is one of the main antagonists of Tekken franchise alongside his father, Heihachi Mishima. He’s also the arch-rival to both his son and father.

He is the main protagonist of Tekken, the main antagonist of Tekken 2, a mentioned antagonist in Tekken 3, the secondary antagonist of Tekken 4, an antagonist in Tekken 5, one of the main antagonists in Tekken 6, and the main antagonist in Tekken 7. He also appears as the secondary antagonist of the 2011 film Tekken: Blood Vengeance. He is the final boss of the story mode for Tekken 2 and Tekken 7.

In Japanese, he was voiced by Jōji Nakata in all games up to Tekken Tag Tournament, Masanori Shinohara in all games afterward (alongside Tekken: Blood Vengeance), Kazuhiro Yamaji in Tekken: The Motion Picture, and Minami Takayama in Tekken: The Motion Picture as a child. In English, he was voiced by Jordan Byrne in Street Fighter X Tekken, Adam Dudley in Tekken: The Motion Picture, Jacob Franchek in Tekken: The Motion Picture as a child, and Kyle Hebert in Tekken: Blood Vengeance.


Kazuya as a child.

As a young boy, Kazuya grew up as a gentle boy, trained under the tutelage of Jinpachi Mishima. However, when Kazuya's mother Kazumi, and Jinpachi disappeared, Kazuya's father, Heihachi Mishima took over his training and began to train him harshly. When Kazuya proved to be too gentle for him, Heihachi spills to him that he was the one who murdered Kazumi in cold blood, triggering Kazuya's rage and hatred towards his father.

Unfortunately despite Kazuya's raging effort to avenge his mother, Heihachi knocked him out and tossed him off a cliff to test his strength and confirm if he indeed has Kazumi's bloodline. The revaluation of his mother's death and his father's betrayal took their toll on Kazuya's psyche and thanks to the Devil Gene he inherit from his mother's bloodline, Kazuya discarded his compassion and transformed into an evil man with demonic strength and climbed back to the cliff he's tossed into and swore revenge on Heihachi, hating him for everything.

When he was thirteen, Heihachi adopted Lee Chaolan, but he did only for the purpose of giving Kazuya a rival. It caused hatred between the two, occasionally.

Tekken 1

Kazuya, hungry for revenge.

To improve his strength, Kazuya participated in various local tournaments, reigning as a champion everywhere. There is only one man that ever came to a draw with him, the American judoka Paul Phoenix. However, Kazuya paid no mind to him.

Participating in the Tekken tournament, Kazuya eventually made it to the finals and with his new demonic strength, surprised Heihachi and defeated him. As payback for what he did in the past, Kazuya tossed Heihachi into the very same cliff that he was thrown into in the past.

Tekken 2

Kazuya as the head of the Mishima Zaibatsu.

Kazuya inherits the Mishima Zaibatsu from his missing father, despite the prize of the tournament was only money. With his victory, he became drunk with power, and possibly as spite towards Heihachi's underhanded methods on running the Zaibatsu, Kazuya not only ran the Zaibatsu in far worse methods, he was more open in his cruelty, including drug-dealing, dojo-trashing and smuggling dangerous animals. Realizing that he is attracting attention, Kazuya opened the second Tekken tournament to get rid of all oppositions.

One participant, however, caught his attention, a woman named Jun Kazama. Kazuya became intimate, lured by her mysterious power and spent a night with her, impregnating her.

In the finals, confronting him was the returning Heihachi Mishima. In the middle of the final, however, Kazuya was distracted with the struggle between both his inner Devil and the mysterious being called Angel, possibly brought forth by his relationship with Jun. Thanks to that, Kazuya was defeated and Heihachi tossed him into a volcano.

Meanwhile, from the intimate encounter, Jun bore a son for Kazuya, Jin Kazama. He would become the protagonist of Tekken 3, where Kazuya was absent, save for a photograph cameo during Eddy Gordo's ending and Jin's mind during his prologue intro.

Tekken 4

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A few days later, after Kazuya was thrown into the mouth of a volcano by Heihachi, a biotech firm known as G Corporation brought him back to life. Kazuya decided to master the Devil within him thus allowed himself to be experimented by the G Corporation. The efforts succeeded, and Kazuya came back more powerful than ever. Twenty years later, the Mishima Zaibatsu assaulted the lab he's in. Kazuya proceeded to trash the assault unit of the Zaibatsu and showed himself to Heihachi. In order to bait and get rid of Kazuya, Heihachi announced the fourth Tekken tournament.

Kazuya participated and made it to the finals, against Heihachi. He lost, but Heihachi took him to a temple in Honmaru where he held Jin captive. Devil tossed Heihachi aside and revealed that his plan was to absorb Jin's Devil essence, his other half, and gather his full power back. However, he is unable to regain his power due to the Kazuma's blood in Jin's veins.

Kazuya awakened Jin and fought him, but was defeated. Shortly after, Jin defeated Heihachi too, but ultimately spared both him and Kazuya on the spiritual urging of Jun.

Tekken 5

After regaining consciousness, the Honmaru was under attack by a lot of Jack-4 robots. Kazuya temporarily teamed up with Heihachi for survival, but when the opportunity presented itself, Kazuya tossed Heihachi into a swarm of Jacks and escaped on his own, while the Jacks self-destructed, seemingly killing Heihachi, although Kazuya knew better that his old man wouldn't die with such thing (and it is true, eventually).

With Heihachi presumed dead, the Mishima Zaibatsu was in a vacuum of power. However, the 5th Tekken is announced regardless. Kazuya participated, thinking that the one behind the attack on Honmaru must be the announcer, and he planned to get revenge. In the middle of the tournament, however, Kazuya learned the truth, the attacker was instead from G Corporation. With that information, Kazuya lost interest of the tournament and dropped out.

Tekken 6

On dropping out of the tournament, Kazuya went to the G Corporation and slaughtered everyone in the division that betrayed him. In the same time, he took control of the Corporation.

Later, the newest Mishima Zaibatsu leader, Jin himself, was plunging the world into a state of war and has lost the support of the people. Kazuya used this to his advantage and announced opposition to the Zaibatsu, winning the support of the people, although he planned to use it for his own gains. When Jin announced the 6th Tekken tournament, Kazuya happily participated to defeat Jin and reclaim what was supposed to be his.

In the Scenario Campaign mode, Kazuya pursued Jin who is trying to confront and destroy Azazel. However, when defeated by Lars Alexandersson near the chamber of Azazel, Kazuya eventually retreated and let Lars have this win, but warning him that as a member of the Mishima bloodline, they are destined to fight and betray each other forever where he cannot escape this fate.

Tekken 7

Kazuya was raised as the heir to the Mishima Zaibatsu, but rebelled against his father Heihachi. After awakening the power of the devil within him, he's finally able to control it.

Several decades ago, Kazuya confronted his father Heihachi for the murder of his mother. He desperately tried to fight his father, but Heihachi easily overpowered and defeated the boy. Kazuya was then tossed off a cliff.

In the present day, Kazuya watches from G Corporation tower as Heihachi announces his return and the announcement of the King Iron Fist Tournament 7, not surprised that his father is still alive. Learning that his father is searching for Jin, Kazuya tells his subordinates to hasten the preparations for his plans.

Later on, Kazuya sends his Jack-6 army to kill Heihachi, who happens to be targeted by Akuma at the Mishima Dojo. However, after learning that Akuma was sent by his mother to kill both Heihachi and Kazuya himself, he disbelieves it, then maniacally laughs and deems his mother's task to kill him and Heihachi as absurd. He also wants to know how powerful Akuma is.

He is soon confronted by Akuma on the later day. He orders his men not to engage Akuma (due to his powers far outclassing theirs), and instead show him to the top of the tower. When Akuma arrives, he asks Kazuya if this is where he plans to die. Kazuya responds that he simply chose Akuma's burial ground. Before the two fought, Kazuya asks how Akuma knew his mother. Akuma says that Kazumi once saved his life, but doesn't give any more details.

Overwhelmed by his opponent's amazing powers, Kazuya transforms into his devil form to increase his powers, not knowing that his devil form has been caught on camera by the Mishima Zaibatsu. Kazuya and Akuma are then attacked by Heihachi via a laser attack from a satellite that destroyed G Corporation tower. Although Kazuya survives the attack, public opinion is turned against G Corporation due to his devil form exposed to the world. Vowing to have the last laugh, Kazuya shoots a devil beam at Heihachi's satellite, causing it to plummet down to Earth and destroy an entire city. The world mistakenly believes that the Mishima Zaibatsu destroyed its own satellite, and public opinion is on G Corporation's side once again.

A few hours later, Kazuya finally confronts Heihachi inside a volcano. As they fight, Kazuya changes into his devil form and defeats Heihachi. But his father musters all of his remaining strength and defeats him, causing him to revert back to his human form. Even though the two of them have become severely weakened at this point, they continue to exchange blows when Heihachi head butts Kazuya. Looking up at the father he has always hated for all of his life, Kazuya finally kills Heihachi with a fatal blow to the chest. He then takes his father's corpse and tosses him into a river of lava.

Shortly afterwards, Kazuya is once again confronted by Akuma, who has also survived the attack at G Corporation tower. Transforming into the devil once again, Kazuya fights Akuma in a heated battle. In the end, Kazuya fires a beam at Akuma's Hadoken, and the collision destroyed the volcanic surroundings.

Although the final outcome of the battle is unknown, Kazuya's influence over the world is still present, as G Corporation is not ending the war and various nations face an incoming invasion.

Other Media

Namco X Capcom

Kazuya makes an appearance as a boss in Namco X Capcom.

Project X Zone

Kazuya makes an appearance in Project X Zone 2 as a playable character with his partner being his son Jin Kazama.

Super Smash Bros.

Kazuya Mishima made his Super Smash Bros. debut as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, being revealed for Nintendo's direct for E3 2021 on June 15th, 2021, joining Pac-Man as one of two current playable characters for Bandai Namco. He received a full rundown in a presentation on June 28th of that same year, and then released the following day. He has two special costumes (one for his suit, with his gi being his default) that alternate for every other alternate costume, and he swaps to Devil Kazuya for some attacks and his Final Smash.

In his trailer, Kazuya Mishima is first seen tossing the comatose body of Ganondorf into a volcano during the night, before crossing his arms and smirking. Intercut with gameplay, Kazuya is also seen throwing Captain Falcon, Pit, Min Min, and Marth into the inferno, the last of which causes him to flare up with the Devil Gene after. Finally, during the day, Kazuya attempts to drop Kirby into the blaze, although the hero is able to fly away as Kazuya looks down in confusion of Kirby's location.

As a playable character, Kazuya has a similar playstyle to Ryu, Ken, and Terry, in which he will always be pointing towards the opponent in a 1v1 match. He will transform into his devil form for some of his moves such as his smash attacks, specials, and Final Smash "Final Blaster". At high damage starting at 100% or 25% in stamina mode, Kazuya will become surrounded in red Rage energy, allowing him to deal extra damage on his opponents. Rage will end once Kazuya takes enough damage or misses several Rage Drives, and will only enter Rage once per stock. Another of Kazuya's abilities is Tough Body which, similar to Bowser's Tough Guy, protects him from flinching from attacks that deal fourteen units or less of knockback.

In his Final Smash, Kazuya will transform into his devil form and unleash the Final Blaster, in which he will blast multiple beams at opponents. The move fails if nobody is struck by the initial beam. His Classic Mode campaign is called "Fighting Fists with Fists", where he will face against other fighters who fight with their fists (Ryu, Captain Falcon, Little Mac, Donkey Kong, King K. Rool, Lucario, and a horde battle of Mii Brawlers), ending with a fight against another Kazuya who transforms into metal.


The men of the Mishima family.

With a few words, Kazuya is generally presented as a vindictive, smug, self-righteous, aggressive, cynical, misanthropic, and cold-blooded man. He always sees himself as the hero and the one who has every right to take everything he wants from others. In Tekken 6, Kazuya refers himself as "the world's chosen hero". According to many other characters, including his father, Kazuya has delusions of grandeur.

In the original entry to the franchise, Kazuya was considered to be the primary protagonist, and for all intents and purposes, there was no reason to believe differently. According to differing sources (such as Tekken: The Motion Picture and a brief scene in Ling Xiaoyu's Tekken 5 ending), Kazuya was actually quite frail, reticent, vulnerable, and timid as a boy and was the victim of years of abuse at the hands of Heihachi and suffered various losses and provocations by his father: he lost the only persons who loved him, his mother Kazumi and his grandfather Jinpachi, both killed by Heihachi; despite his father's wealth, Kazuya was not allowed any joy nor spoiled or allowed to make friends; he was thrown down by a ravine for being too weak and an "insolent brat" who tried to kill Heihachi for his mother's death; then after he returned home from his fall he found Lee Chaolan because his father wanted them to fight for the heritage. Indeed, Kazuya originally entered the first King of Iron Fist Tournament in order to face off against his father, who was played up to be a rude, corrupt, corporate, duplicitous, materialistic, unscrupulous, calculating, and collaborative tyrant. Kazuya's clothing of choice, simple white pants and red gloves and footpads, even helped to draw parallels to another "mysterious loner" hero, Street Fighter's Ryu. So, most people (both within the game and in real life) simply wrote Kazuya off as the cliché fighting game hero.

There was only one clue as to Kazuya's true intents and nature: his secret PS One palette swap, which turned out to be Devil.

Tekken 2 saw Kazuya's true nature revealed in full. After killing his father (or so he thought), instead of bringing justice and honor to the Mishima Zaibatsu and righting the wrongs of his father, Kazuya repeated the fraudulent practices of his father and turned it into an even much more villainous, manipulative, ruthless, and evil organization. While Heihachi was merely unsympathetic (though he had some standards), Kazuya was absolutely without conscience or any compassion at all. He hired assassins to eliminate innocent people for the sake of his own pleasure (such as the father of Eddy Gordo), he attempted to extort money from several businesses and many organizations, and he even went so far as to smuggle endangered animal species and conducted genetic experiments on them (e.g., Alex and Roger).

However, Kazuya still had some sense of goodness within his heart, which gained more and more strength after he first met Jun Kazama, resulting in Angel, who constantly battled his evil side, though this would turn out to be his downfall. Heihachi managed to take advantage of his son's confusion caused by this internal war and defeated him in the second King of Iron First Tournament. Kazuya was then thrown into a volcano and killed, while the Devil in his body escaped and eventually made contact with Kazuya's son, who succeeded his father as the series' new protagonist.

Of course, G Corporation eventually located Kazuya's remains and at this point, they regenerated his body and made a deal with him to remain hidden within G Corporation's labs and be tested on. Kazuya had learned from his mistakes; the next time he faced Heihachi, he wanted to be in full control of his Devil powers. Of course, this plan did not go as Kazuya intended; Heihachi ruined it by invading G Corporation and stealing their research.

Since his original appearance, Kazuya's personality has gone through many transformations: From anti-hero to antagonist, from antagonist to villainous protagonist. Whatever was left of his good side appears to be totally suppressed by his Devil persona. Kazuya no longer fights against his darker side, and the two seem to have come to mutual terms, as Kazuya can call upon Devil whenever he likes now (such as in his Tekken 5 introduction).

However, in Tekken 7, Kazuya displays more sentimentality, as he once again reproaches Heihachi for murdering Kazumi. Oddly enough, despite Kazuya having always wanted Heihachi dead and having hated for his father for years, he seemed somber and pitiful when he threw him off a volcano, implying that having now known his mother's true nature, Kazuya's hatred for his father had decreased considerably. He also no longer hunts for Jin to obtain his Devil Gene, seemingly not seeing any point in hurting his son anymore. However, at the end of 7 still goes for conquest and still causing the war to continue since he still desires powers and control over everything. However, it is implied that Kazuya's victory over Heihachi as well his discovery over Kazumi's plans to kill both him and his father put him to be in a state of depression as he started to think he'd been betrayed either way. In addition to details over his lessened hatred for his father, it was also implied he began to see that he was just as much of a victim of the Mishima feud as he was, yet was probably more saddened that since Heihachi's betrayal was only reason to fight and that it led to him to achieving the power he craved because of it, it's implied that he lost his sense of purpose and that there is no one left he felt worthy to challenge him.




This will be your burial ground!
~ Kazuya's catchphrase.
Give in to the anger! Hate me! Curse me! (sadistically laughing)
~ Kazuya's torments toward Jin Kazama in his dream.
I thought I'd thrown you into the depths of Hell.
~ Kazuya to Heihachi in Tekken: Blood Vengeance.

Quite the location you've picked to die.
~ Kazuya in his final battle with Heihachi in Tekken 7.


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Main Villains
Kazuya Mishima (Devil) | Heihachi Mishima | Mishima Zaibatsu | Jin Kazama (Devil Jin) | Ancient Ogre | Jinpachi Mishima | Azazel | Kazumi Mishima

Secondary Villains
Nina Williams | Lee Chaolan | Kuma | Anna Williams | Ganryu | Kunimitsu | Bruce Irvin | Kuma II | Bryan Fury | Dr. Abel | Unknown | Craig Marduk | Combot | Feng Wei | Sergei Dragunov | Kunimitsu II

Flim Villains
Anna Williams (1998 Film) | Bruce Irvin (1998 Film) | Lee Chaolan (1998 Film) | Nina Williams (1998 Film) | Kazuya Mishima (Film Series) | Heihachi Mishima (1998 Film) | Heihachi Mishima (Film Series) | Yoshimitsu (Film Series) | The Minister (Tekken) | Bryan Fury (Film Series)

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Akuma | Geese Howard | Negan

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Geese Howard | Iori Yagami | Rugal Bernstein | Ryuji Yamazaki

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