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Okami is the leader of the Yakuza in the Japanese Pacific States.

Biography

Background

Season Three

Okami took control of the Yakuza following Taishi Okamura's execution by Takeshi Kido's men for his dealings with the Nazis. The Chief Inspector discovers that his sergeant Nakamura was a mole for the Yakuza, and warned Okami that he might face the same fate as his predecessor.

Season Four

Chief Inspector Kido's son, Toru killed a bouncer of the Yakuza-owned Bamboo Palace while inebriated, which resulted in the Yakuza taking him hostage. Kido arrives and took his back, afterwards he banished him from his home.

With his PTSD increasing, Toru frequents the Bamboo Palace and develops a opium addiction. Okami took advantage of this, and held Toru as a captive in his drug establishment.

After Emperor Hirohito announced the Japanese withdrawal from the Pacific States, Takeshi Kido was informed that his son was not abroad any boat transporting Japanese citizens back to the home islands. After the American Kempeitai was disbanded and a Nazi invasion looming, Kido hurriedly escapes captivity by American vigilantes and rushes to the Bamboo Palace, and confronted Okami. Okami responded that he would release Toru on the condition that the Chief Inspector slices his hands as a part of the induction into the Yakuza, and bows down in front of him. With no choice, Kido performed the shameful task, securing his son's freedom.

After the Japanese army left, the Black Communist Rebellion took control of San Francisco. Okami tried to negotiate with them to form a partnership, but was shunned by Bell Mallory. Okami threatened with them power, water and utility shortages; but the left-wing rebels ignored him.

Personality

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Appearances

Season Three
"Now More Than Ever ..."
Absent
"Imagine Manchuria"
Absent
"Sensô Kôi"
Appears
"Sabra"
Appears
"The New Colossus"
Absent
"History Ends"
Absent
"Excess Animus"
Absent
"Kasumi ..."
Absent
"Baku"
Absent
"Jahr Null"
Absent
Season Four
"Hexagram 64"
Absent
"Every Door Out..."
Absent
"The Box"
Appears
"Happy Trails"
Absent
"Mauvaise Foi"
Absent
"All Serious Daring"
Absent
"No Masters But Ourselves"
Absent
"Hitler Has Only Got One Ball"
Appears
"For Want of a Nail"
Absent
"Fire from the Gods"
Appears

Gallery

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Notes & Trivia

  • The surname "Okami" means "ridge, hill" (岡) ("oka") and "see, hopes, chances, idea, opinion, look at, visible" (見) ("mi").

References

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