Umehito Nekozawa

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Characteristics

Age

18

Gender

Male

Ethnicity

Eurasian (russian/japanese)

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Nationality

Russian

Relatives

Kirimi Nekozawa (younger sister)

Personal Status

School

Ouran Academy

Occupation

High School Student
High School Graduate (Manga – Chapter 72)

Club

Black Magic Club

First appearance

Manga Debut

chapter 08

Anime Debut

Ep 05 – The Twins Fight !

Portrayal

Voice Actor

Patrick Seitz

Actor

Ryuusei Ryo Umehito Nekozawa ( 猫澤 梅人 Nekozawa Umehito ), normally referred to plainly as Nekozawa, is the president of the Black Magic Club. Depicted as a hood figure who is never without Beelzenef, the excommunicate dame, which is actually nobelium more than a hired hand puppet that looks like a computerized tomography. Despite displaying a awful disposition and strange hobbies, Nekozawa is actually a very decent person. He suffers from photalgia, which causes him to collapse in mastermind sunlight. As a result, whenever he is drag towards any ignite source, he refers to the people who do so as “ murderers. ” Nekozawa is devoted to his little sister, Kirimi Nekozawa. thus much so, in fact, that he asks the Ouran Host Club to help him become the “ princely-big buddy ” Kirimi wishes him to be. He is of russian descent from the Tokarev Dynasty whose wealth comes from the sale of firearms.
As the president of the Black Magic Club, Nekozawa attempts to get people to join by offering a free “ Beelzenef ” hand puppet upon entree, but he ultimately fails in this enterprise. apart from the hired hand creature, he besides sells cursed juju dame versions of Beelzenef which are claimed to bring a shower of misfortune to the person whose name is written on its back. Tamaki Suoh is shown to be quite superstitious and skittish about Nekozawa as he has allegedly experienced malintended events after stepping on Beelzenef .

appearance

Beneath the black wig and hooded cape careworn over his Ouran undifferentiated, Nekozawa has a pleasing appearance — neck-length pale blond hair that has bangs swept to the entrust and blue sky eyes. When not wearing the night attire, he actually resembles Tamaki Suoh, which is the primary rationality Kirimi Nekozawa mistakes Tamaki for her big brother when the girl first encounters him. In the manga, it ‘s seen that while at college, he adopts free-and-easy clothing but still wears a black hoodie on circus tent of it and continues to cover his hair with a black wig and dark contacts that cover his amobarbital sodium eyes .

personality

flush though Nekozawa first appears to be a strange and chilling person obsessed with the supernatural and Black Magic, he is revealed to be a sweet guy who merely does n’t know how to interact properly with people. His devotion to his family ( specially Kirimi Nekozawa ) is seen when he submits to a transformation led by Renge Houshakuji, during which he displays intensity and purposefulness in challenging his photalgia to save Kirimi from a gigantic white kat who is approaching her in one of Ouran ‘s gardens. When Tamaki Suoh comforts Kirimi at one charge, Nekozawa seems covetous of their rapport. This spurs him to overcome his phobia and win her over. however, his photalgia makes him quite aflutter when it comes to easy of any kind. He is terrified of sunlight and normally starts pant and sweating before passing out when immediately exposed to it. Despite all this, he is a sports fan of the Host Club .

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Nekozawa ‘s actual appearance is ampere tempt as any of the Hosts ; however, due to his austere photophobia, he must wear these night items. Due to his inability to show his natural appearance, Kirimi fails to recognize him as her big brother. In addition, the siblings ‘ at odds opinions about dark and animals ( Nekozawa loves both, while Kirimi hates both ) prohibits them from being around one another. When Kirimi incorrectly concludes that Tamaki is her elder brother, it is the Host Club who comforts the broken-hearted occultist and Renge, who puts him through a vigorous re-training to accustom him to the light and be closer to his sister. Though he manages to withstand a flashlight beamed into his face, he frightens Kirimi with the strange direction it alters his appearance. She runs out of the room crying while Nekozawa falls to his knees and solicit for her to come back. Feeling pluck apart decides to give up and let Tamaki take his place as her brother. Though Tamaki declines and says he should not give up. Though he by and by overcomes his antipathy to the unaccented temporarily in regulate to rescue Kirimi from a roll big cat, he collapses straight afterwards and relapses into his dark-loving nature ; silent, his heroism does not go unnoticed by his sister who ends up accepting him for who he is and, finally, becomes an occultist and Black Magic Club member herself. Nekozawa plays a larger role in the manga, vitamin a well as in the dorama, to the extent that he is sometimes thought of as the “ 8th Host. ” At end of book 08 of the manga, Kirimi becomes a darkness-loving occultist herself, complete with her own black hood and a farce kat rather of a Beelzenef puppet. In volume 03 of the manga, the Host Club actually stays at the Nekozawas ‘ beach estate of the realm, not the Ootoris ‘, and the reason that Umehito does not attend their dinner is because when Haruhi Fujioka switches the lights on indoors, he goes into shock and is incapacitated. When Haruhi becomes ill and the hosts escort her to the toilet, all the hosts ( but Tamaki ) see the photophobic male without his clothe and wig. It is unclear if Nekozawa figures out Haruhi ‘s true sex during the Host Club ‘s stay in his sign of the zodiac since Haruhi ‘s cross-dress don had replaced her masculine clothing with feminine clothe. And last, in book 18 of the manga, it is Nekozawa and a mate Black Magic Club member named Reiko Kanazuki who create distractions at the airport to keep Anne-Sophie de Grantaine from boarding the plane, indeed Tamaki might see her, if only for a few minutes ; and despite in the first place being afraid of him, Tamaki cries when Nekozawa graduates and he goes on to study literature at Ouran University .

Relationships

Kirimi is Nekozawa ‘s younger sister initially fears him. In the manga, she views him as a ghost and in the anime, a monster. This, despite the family portrayal and photos that depict him as he truly appears. Her rejection causes him to be heartbroken and obsessed with securing her love and affection. The Host Club helps him achieve this goal and the two reach one another ‘s trust and friendship. Kirimi late becomes an occultist much to Nekozawa ‘s delight .
initially, Tamaki is afraid of Nekozawa, believing him to be twisted and dangerous. once learning of Nekozawa ‘s family woes, however, he sees it as his duty to reunite the siblings. Through this, they develop a polite, if cool, friendship. On Halloween, as part of a antic on the younger students, Nekozawa chooses Tamaki to dress up as the Clocktower Witch who terrifies Team B ( consisting of Hikaru Hitachiin, Kaoru Hitachiin, Haruhi and Kazukiyo Soga ). Although Nekozawa likes to scare Tamaki, he besides wants to “ deepen ” their kinship, implying that Nekozawa harbors feelings for him. In chapter 71, as Nekozawa is graduating, Tamaki realizes how much he is going to miss him. The two boys cry together.

Kuretake is the Nekozawa families maid and servant who helps him during the Halloween scaring rival and is shown to be patriotic to her master. Like Nekozawa, Kuretake is quite dramatic .
Kadomatsu is Nekozawa ‘s personal butler. He is often shown with Kuretake whenever they assist Nekozawa. He, along with Kuretake, helps Nekozawa during the Halloween Frightfest. On a personal degree, he is shown to be sympathetic and patriotic towards his master .
In Nekozawa ‘s Gothic Black Magic Club, Reiko seems to be Nekozawa ‘s right pass. She much helps Nekozawa design events and rituals and, like her president, is fascinated with Black Magic and the occult. In one narrative, however, she follows a personal agenda in trying to curse Honey ‘s heart in ordain to make him fall in sexual love with her .
The twins seem to dislike him and torment him by shining flashlights in his face. When Nekozawa admits that he pleads with the Dark Gods for Kirimi to come to the Darkness, they ‘re curious and ask about his intentions towards her. Later, they congratulate him with party poppers when he withstands the flashlight ‘s “ evil beam ” and evening buy a hex dame from him which they use in Ep 11 – big brother is a prince .
When Tamaki decides to help him unify with his little sister, Kirimi, he gets Renge to help. As part of the Host Club ‘s “ special train program ” she acts like a exercise serjeant-at-law and scolds him gratingly when he fails his trail. When she asks him if he ‘s ready to change, he breaks out in a sweat and begs her to stop because he ‘s not ready. She measuredly shines the flashlight in his face and criticizes his Black Magic dress. The Hitachiin twins point out that she besides sometimes wears bizarre cosplay outfits. When Nekozawa ultimately rescues Kirimi, Renge takes credit and remarks, “ This is all thanks to my special train. ” In the dorama, Renge only briefly encounters Nekozawa, but admits that he is quite fine-looking. Flattered and surprised, he leans towards her and asks her to repeat herself. When she pulls off his hood to see him well, he grows angry as it exposes him to light. He vows that “ doing such a chilling thing shall get her cursed. ”
Nekozawa does n’t interact with Haruhi much and when he visits the Host Club, Tamaki warns her to steer clear up .
In the manga, Nekozawa seems interested in Reiko Kanazuki ‘s scheme to make Honey fall in sexual love with her, observing events as they unfold. In the zanzibar copal, Honey is unafraid of Nekozawa and, in fact, has sympathy for him when he learns of the boy ‘s family woes. He even offers to draw the curtains of the salon in order to darken the room when Nekozawa is in distress from the sunlight streaming through the windows. In the dorama, he compliments Nekozawa as being fine-looking. And when Honey is kidnapped by the Newspaper Club, it is Nekozawa who foresees it in a crystal ball and tells Takashi “ Mori ” Morinozuka so that he may save Honey.

etymology

  • The name Umehito means “Japanese apricot, plum” (梅) (ume) and “person” (人) (hito).
  • Umehito’s surname Nekozawa means “cat” (猫) (neko) and “marsh” (澤) (sawa/zawa).
    • The presence of the word Neko in his surname Nekozawa explains his worship of cats, as well as the constant presence of Beelzenef (Nekozawa’s cat puppet).

triviality

  • Nekozawa’s illness, his obsession with “darkness,” his costume and his handsome features are references to popular vampire lore.
  • Nekozawa’s nickname is the “Dark Prince”.
  • Nekozawa is very knowledgeable in areas concerning black magic, although the origins or whereabouts of his acquired knowledge are unverified.
  • In the dorama, Nekozawa is played by Ryusei Ryo and appears in every episode, as well as in the live-action movie where the Black Magic Club competes with the other academy clubs.  His appearance differs in that his hairstyle is genuine and not a wig.

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Anime Appearances

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