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|“||"You think you can just dump some cash here, and then walk out!".||„|
|~ Uncle Kamata's first meeting with Takashi's arch-nemesis Sean Boswell.|
Uncle Kamata is the overarching antagonist of The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift. He is a Yakuza crime boss and the uncle of Drift King DK Takashi.
He was portrayed by the late Sonny Chiba.
Kamata was a mob boss who comes to DK's Arcade to kill Han for a snitch. Although DK was unable to personally kill Han in a car chase that led to the death of DK's best friend and Kamata's henchmen Morimoto, Kamata's task was unexpectedly successful when Han got injured by Deckard Shaw before getting killed in an explosion. However Han survives and goes into hiding after he crawls, discreetly out from his Veilside RX-7 to safety before Deckard speaks to Toretto.
However, Kamata became unimpressed when Sean tried to bribe him into getting uninvolved in their crime business while DK attempt to protest. So to settle he and DK's differences, Sean later offers to race DK once again, on condition that whoever loses leaves Tokyo, to which he agrees. In the end, Kamata tells DK to leave Tokyo when DK was defeated by Sean Boswell then Kamata tells him to remain in Tokyo.
- Although he is revealed to be the overarching antagonist throughout the film, he isn't the main antagonist, because his nephew was the one that drove the plot.