Juuzou Suzuya (鈴屋 什造, Suzuya Jūzō) is a Special Class Ghoul Investigator, who becomes the mentor of both Kuki Urie and Taishi Fura. He was appointed as the squad leader of Suzuya Squad by Taishi Fura after he decided to resign from his position as an investigator. He was also put in charge of overseeing the Quinx project after capturing their first successful experiment, Haise Sasaki, and assisted in their training at Cochlea with Roma Hoito and Seidou Takizawa.
Is Juuzou a boy or girl?
The Juuzou Suzuya is a member of Kuro Mado’s squad and former partner to Yukinori Shinohara. Juuzou is a young-looking man who always wears his hair in pigtails, has sharp teeth, and wears sunglasses over his eyes. Juuzou is one of CCG’s strongest investigators alongside Kishou Arima, having been involved in numerous operations against Aogiri Tree since its formation with outstanding results. He was given the nickname Quinx by Haise Sasaki because him being one of their first Qs Squad members.
However, these drugs do not seem to work properly on him anymore due to his development of an allergy to them. In fact, they cause his body temperature to rise instead of cooling down like they are supposed to. This means that if he does not regularly consume ghoul flesh, he would go insane and kill everything around him. Due to these circumstances, Juuzou is forced into a life where he must eat other humans despite hating doing so.
Is Juuzou suzua a villain?
Juuzou Suzuya is one of my favorite characters, a rarity among manga. However, I think that his nature as an antagonist has been seriously misunderstood. Fans argue over whether or not he should be considered a good guy, despite all evidence to the contrary. This is primarily because most misunderstand him and his goals as a human. He isn’t trying to fight for humans, but rather he is trying to stop fighting between them and ghouls to make society a better place.
In other words, humans and ghouls can’t coexist without an enormous amount of violence and despair. So instead of working toward peace Osamu Dazai works toward making peace unnecessary by getting rid of both sides. It’s difficult to imagine how anyone could see that as anything but villainous, especially when you consider how many people are killed during his attempts at peace (both ghouls and humans). And yet we’re supposed to see him as some kind of anti-hero?
Are kaneki and Juuzou related?
Kaneki is Juuzou’s foster brother. They are not related by blood as Kaneki was adopted into the Juuzou Suzuya family before he was born. However, they share similar physical characteristics due to them being raised in a household together. This makes both boys almost twin brothers. There are also several similarities between their names: kan (岩) means rock and Zou (蔵) means storehouse. The kanji for Suzuya (鈴屋) literally translates to bell maker, which has no relation to his name.
However, it may be relevant that kaneki is known for making bells with his ghoul powers. Additionally, when looking at only kana readings, Suzuya’s first name can be read as Jūzō (十造), which shares an identical reading with Kaneki’s last name. In Tokyo Ghoul Trump, he is featured as an Ace alongside Ken Kaneki. His suit features an X-shaped mask, while his hair is tied up in two tails.
What happened to his family?
Juuzou Suzuya was an orphan adopted by parents who owned a flower shop. He has been raised to love flowers. The family seemed like any other happy Japanese family, but they were not free from terror or tragedy: one night when Suzuya was asleep, a ghoul snuck into his room and attacked him while he was sleeping. His mother heard his screams and burst into his room to see what had happened, only to be killed in front of him. She died protecting her son with her own body.
As time passed Suzuya became more independent and distanced himself from others; however, he still loved flowers and dreamed about how great it would be if everyone could live together without killing each other – no humans or ghouls were fighting each other.