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Do the characters in Akagi's name mean anything special in Japanese? Putting 赤木しげるinto an online translator gave me: "《主語なし》It grows thick Akaki", which I found to be funny.

Same question goes for Kaiji.
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Akagi means red castle.

But aside from that, no. Tonegawa and Fake Akagi's first name means lucky though.

Most of the names in Fukumoto manga are uncommon but not unusual names. He's basically building extraordinary people around ordinary characteristics.

I mean, plug Washizu into Google and look at the first image. Not who you'd expect.
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>I mean, plug Washizu into Google and look at the first image. Not who you'd expect.

Well I'll be, you couldn't be more right.
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>>10054620

I really don' know my kanji like I should so I could be wrong, but wouldn't it actually be:

赤 (red) 木 (tree)?
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>It grows thick Akaki

Hmmm...
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>plug Washizu into Google and look at the first image. Not who you'd expect.
I will never view Washizu the same way again ever.



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