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My name is Rantaro Amami. I can't remember my Ultimate talent at the moment... But I promise I'm not a bad guy. Nice to meet you.

Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (Demo)

Rantaro Amami (天海 蘭太郎 Amami Rantarō) is a student in Ultimate Academy for Gifted Juveniles and a participant of the Killing Game Semester featured in Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony.

Rantaro's talent is currently unknown. He claims that he does not remember his talent and is not particularly concerned about discovering his talent. Thus, he is dubbed Ultimate ???[1] (超高校級の「???」 chō kōkō kyū no “???” lit. Super High School Level ???).


Early Life


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Rantaro Amami is a normal talentless high school boy who participated in the 52nd Season of Danganronpa, a famous worldwide reality show made by Team Danganronpa. In this Killing Game season, he was executed and that form of execution is to participate the next killing game, which is known as the Killing Game Semester or the 53rd Killing Game Season and thus, giving him the title of Super High School Level Survivor (超高校級の「生存者」 chō kōkō kyū no “Seizon-sha”), replacing his original talent as the Super High School Level Adventurer (超高校級の「冒険家」 chō kōkō kyū no “Bōken-ka”)

When participant of the 53rd killing game came to the Ultimate Academy for Gifted Juveniles for the first time, Rantaro was the only one who could maintain his composure and somehow know something about the situation.

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Rantaro's memory about his talent as the Super High School Level Survivor hadn't been erased by Team Danganronpa, who had only erased his true and actual talent as the Super High School Level Adventurer. After that, through Monokuma and his children, Rantaro and the others officially began the 53rd killing game.

Before he was forced into participate the 52nd Killing Game, he attended Hope's Pass High School (望峠高校). However, it is unclear if this memory of her is a part of the fabrication made by Team Danganronpa.

Fabricated Past

After he successfully joined Danganronpa as a Killing Game participant, Rantaro's memories and past were fabricated by Team Danganronpa as follows.

Rantaro claims he comes from a very rich family and he has multiple younger sisters, most of them step sisters. He also has an unknown amount of brothers. It's implied his father might be a big womanizer, explaining the large amount of children. The family also had a kind maid when Rantaro was a kid, who took care of the children and was like another mother for them. For Rantaro, she was an amazing person who could do anything. The siblings sometimes had disagreements over silly things like who gets to read a picture book first.

Rantaro felt responsible over his younger sisters and wanted to help them and take care of them, to the point that he apparently learned a lot about make-up and other things that are often called feminine. He was especially close with his youngest sister, who always followed him around.

Many years ago, him and his entire family went on a boating trip. It was Rantaro's first one. He liked traveling and once they reached a port, he got off the ship and went on an adventure. His youngest sister followed him off the boat without him realizing. She disappeared and was never found. Rantaro blamed himself, believing he is a terrible brother and feared that his sisters might hate him.

However, Rantaro was determined to find his sister and with his father's permission, he traveled around the world on a boat searching for her. He believed that she was alive, unless he was proven otherwise. The traveling was dangerous, especially when he had to cross territories. Rantaro's family told him to give up, but Rantaro wanted to reunite his siblings no matter how many years it would take him.

The Gopher Plan

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Part of the fake backstories created for Rantaro and the other fifteen students was the Gopher Plan, which supposedly happened before the killing game started. It was initiated by the government after countless meteorites crashed into Earth. To try and preserve the last vestiges of mankind before the Earth’s destruction, the government decided to select a number of excellent human beings, put them in a spaceship, and have them escape.

Rantaro and fifteen other high school students were chosen to participate. Not wanting to abandon their loved ones, they attempted to escape from the plan.

Around that time, an extremist cult came into power. They believed that the meteor crashes were a punishment humanity brought upon itself, and having heard of the Gopher Plan, they tried to stop it. As a result, the “Ultimate Hunt” started and spread throughout the world, and the sixteen students were hunted down.

The Gopher Plan Fake Deaths

The government then decided to counter the situation by faking the students' deaths, calming down the “Ultimate Hunt” while providing protection to the students. The Gopher Plan was then put into action while the Earth was being destroyed. Rantaro and the others went to the space in a massive colony spaceship, the true form of Ultimate Academy of Gifted Juveniles.

Kokichi Oma who declared himself as a member of Junko Enoshima's Remnants of Despair said that he is the mastermind behind the Killing Game who let Monokuma entered the spaceship, effectively forcing Rantaro and the others to participate in the Killing Game.

Killing Game Semester

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During the 53rd killing game, Rantaro lied to all students about him forgetting his talent. He is full aware that he holds the title of the Super High School Level Survivor since the beginning because he had a survival perk mono-pad which was given to him as a reward for surviving a previous killing game. The survival perk mono-pad contained an entire map of the school, which is only known by himself and the Mastermind. However, his memories of the past killing game didn't return, and he must return to square one to discover the identity of the mastermind.

After Monokuma presented the time limit motive, Rantaro decided to investigate the school alone. He reassured everyone that he would bring an end to the killing game and that he understands why they wouldn't believe someone who couldn't even remember their own talent. Such as when he tried to convince Ryoma Hoshi not to sacrifice himself in order to save everyone from the time limit motive. He also warned everyone not to do something reckless while he tried to stop the killing game alone.

Thanks to his survival perk mono-pad, Rantaro discovered that the library in the basement contained a secret and made his way there. He was initially a part of Kaito Momota's strategy meeting members, but left by lying to Kaito that he needed to use the bathroom, in order to check the secret room in the library.

Amami in the library

While in the library, Rantaro discovered a door into the hidden room behind a book shelf, which he promptly moved out of the way. This triggered Shuichi Saihara's sensor on top of the shelf, and Kaede Akamatsu's hidden camera, whose flash led him over to it. It was around this time that Kaede had thrown her shot put into the air duct that led into the library. The ball rolled along the books on top of the shelf that she had set up, but failed to hit Rantaro.

The Mastermind of the Killing Game Semester, which is none other than Tsumugi Shirogane, meanwhile, witnessing Kaede's plan fail through the hidden room, immediately left it and made their way into the library. Rantaro was stunned as to why an iron ball fell from up above and, while he was distracted, he was instantly killed by Tsumugi with her own shot put.

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Tsumugi took Kaede's shot put that failed to hit him, replaced it with her own, then stole Rantaro's survival perk mono-pad and made their way back into the hidden room, completely covering up his murder and making it look like Kaede accidentally killed him in her plan to reveal the mastermind.

Later on, when everyone came upon Rantaro's body, everyone was mystified as to why and how he was killed. Kaede was horrified that she thought that she accidentally killed a dear friend, while the truth is that The Mastermind, Tsumugi, was the one who killed Rantaro. Everyone was fooled into believing that Kaede was the culprit during the class trial, including Kaede herself. Monokuma openly mocked Rantaro, claiming that he may have stood out more as a character had he discovered his talent. The full truth of Rantaro's murder would not become clear until much later.

Uncovering the Truth

Amami's video

Rantaro's talent as the Super High School Level Survivor was discovered by Shuichi and Himiko Yumeno for the first time in Chapter 6, where they found a disc containing a recording made by Rantaro himself inside his Research Labs.

After the investigation had concluded, Himiko, K1-B0, Maki Harukawa, Shuichi Saihara, and Tsumugi Shirogane decide to rethink Rantaro's case after discovering a new truth related to his murder. Upon finding out Rantaro's talent as the Super High School Level Survivor, and proving that Kaede did in fact not murder him and was executed unjustly, Shuichi realized that the mastermind has to be one of them. By double-checking everyone's alibis during Rantaro's murder, Shuichi honed in on Tsumugi as the true culprit and mastermind of the Killing Game Semester.

The clues that Rantaro had left behind would later be used by Shuichi to disprove their own supposed memories, such as even though he had participated in a previous killing game, he was not present for the Killing School Life or the Killing School Trip. In the end, Rantaro could achieve his goal to defeat the mastermind as his and Kaede's deaths were avenged after Danganronpa finally come to it ends in the last execution.

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Creation and Development


天海 (Amami), consists of the kanji (天) "heaven" and (海) "sea" . It also means "love me" in Italian. His given name consists of 蘭 ran, meaning "orchid" and 太郎 tarō, a common suffix for Japanese boys' names which literally means "healthy son" and is usually given to the eldest son in the family.

Alternate Fates

In Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (Demo Version), Rantaro first seen in front of the classroom where Kaede Akamatsu awake. When he encountered Kaede and Makoto Naegi he asked whether they remembered being here before. He speculated that all of them have an amnesia after being brainwashed or group hypnosis. He states that he doesn't remember his talent and looking forward to remembering it. Strangely enough, his talent doesn't list on the freshman document and Makoto commented that he probably one of the student that doesn't want his talent to be known so easily.[3]

As a student named Yasuhiro Hagakure's body being discovered, Rantaro and the others investigate his death and attend the class trial to search for the culprit. However, Rantaro and K1-B0 were sat out from the trial due to the sit doesn't accommodate more than 16 students. He agreed to for being sat out after everyone promised him to discover the identity of the blackened.


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Rantaro is a tall young man with greenish blond hair and two small ahoges. His eyes are green and have notably long eyelashes. He wears a dark blue striped sweater with gray pants and shoes. His sweater has a big dark symbol resembling his former high school, Hope's Pass High School.

Rantaro has a necklace with a crystal accessory on it. He wears a silver bracelet on his right wrist and a different, larger bracelet on the left. He also has multiple silver rings: one on his left index finger, one on his right thumb, and one on the right index finger. His right middle finger has a one bigger and darker ring. His right ear has six piercings, while his left ear only has one, and one in his eyebrow.

He is relatively good-looking and it is noted in the game that he looks like a "playboy."


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In the prologue, he wears the uniform of his original high school. He wears indigo-colored pants with brown cardigan and loafers. His clothes look rowdy, letting the tri-colored necktie loose and having the sleeves rolled up. He looks more diligent without his accessories like rings and earrings.[4]
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When he was first introduced, Rantaro seemed like a mysterious individual. Later it could be seen that he is a carefree and relaxed person, and he is actually described as one of the more ordinary students despite his mysteriousness. Even though Rantaro cannot remember his talent, he doesn't seem worried about it, instead he simply looks forward to finding out what it is. He is usually seen smiling and describes himself as "not a suspicious guy". He gives off a really calm and composed vibe, and seems like a reliable person.[5] His speech is characterized by being very friendly and colloquial, using the "~っす" copula in his sentence. Fan translations usually adapt this pattern by using teenage slang in his lines.

Despite his appearance and manner of speech, he has cold, excellent insight.[6] While the other students descend into confusion and chaos when Monokuma and the Monokuma Kubs state their objective, he is capable of coldly interrogating them about their motives. He also shows a deep understanding of the situation and often talks and acts like he knows something the others don't know,[7] saying profound-sounding and enigmatic sentences.

People (especially girls) occasionally seem to assume that Rantaro is a womanizer and he himself is aware that he looks like "a playboy", but he always insists he isn't that kind of person and he doesn't have a girlfriend, stating that he's just a chill, friendly guy.[8] Apparently, he dislikes it when people assume that he is a womanizer based on his looks, possibly because his father might be one. Due to of having multiple little sisters, he acts like a responsible big brother towards some of his classmates. He has great knowledge on concepts that are considered feminine, because he used to help his younger sisters with certain things like schoolwork and nail art. His behavior towards Kokichi in one of the anthology stories indicates that he can also be very soft with his siblings and possibly other young or young-looking people, as he seems to have a hard time saying no if they ask him nicely.


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However, Rantaro considers himself a terrible brother after an accident in the past, even calling himself "Super High School Level Horrible Brother". The possibility of his sisters hating him appears to be his biggest concern and even though he is seemingly a relaxed person, he is actually a bit stressed during the killing game, most likely because he is worried of his sisters. Very few times, when he gets a feeling that his sisters might accept him, he can have a real smile and laugh.

Rantaro has had the nature of an adventurer since young age, as he apparently had a tendency to go on small adventures all by himself. He has also stated that he likes to travel plenty of times.

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Rantaro's Ultimate talent is a fabrication made by Team Danganronpa. Before joining Danganronpa, he was only a talentless ordinary high school student.

Super High School Level Survivor

Due to surviving the previous killing game and participating in the current one, Rantaro gained the title of Super High School Lever Survivor. However, because he does not remember this, he goes by the Ultimate ???.

Super High School Level Adventurer

In Space Mode, Rantaro remembers that his talent is the Super High School Level Adventurer, which was most likely his talent during the previous killing game. The title fits his supposed backstory, with him having a nature of an adventurer and traveling around the world in search of his sisters.

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In other languages

Rantaro's talent as it appears in official translations of Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony.

en-USUltimate ???
Title English Translation
日本語 超高校級の「???」 Super High School Level ???
Français ??? Ultime [9] Ultimate ???
‪中文(台灣)‬ 超高中級的???[10] Super High School Level ???
‪中文(台灣)‬ 超高中级的???[10] Super High School Level ???


Analytical Skill

While Rantaro is seen as a mysterious individual, he shows a high intellect and calm composure to analyze his surroundings.


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In the main story, before the reveal of his supposed talent, Shuichi Saihara and Himiko Yumeno examined his Research Lab, noticing it to be full of puzzles and concluding Rantaro's title might be related to puzzle-solving.
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Ultimate Academy for Gifted Juveniles:

Kaede Akamatsu

As shown in one of character trailer of Danganronpa V3,[11] Rantaro admired how Kaede could pull everyone together and is impressed with her leadership skill. Kaede thinks that he is a refreshing person and easy to talk to. Kaede was surprised how Rantaro acts so care-free and relaxed before the class trial in the demo's beginning. She states that even though things have become more complicated, Rantaro has found the way to clear the whole situation, which made her curious. She was also confused how Rantaro speaks so calmly against Monokuma during the situation and is desperate to find what Rantaro's true talent is.[12]


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During their free time events, Kaede states that she wants to be friends with Rantaro no matter who he was in the past. Despite him having his talent as unknown and him being suspicious, Kaede still cares for Rantaro and respects him and believes that he is not the mastermind behind the whole killing game. Kaede lights his mind up with hope and made him not fall into despair. Rantaro seems to also care for Kaede, as he feels worried and commented on how she is trying to help everyone and said she should take it easy. He thinks Kaede is easy to talk to and feels ease whenever he is next to her. He calls both of them comrades amongst all of the Ultimates, since they're a bit more ordinary than some others.

Kaede tends to assume that Rantaro is a womanizer and attempting to hit on her, even though he always insists he is not that kind of person. Whenever she got invited by him to drink tea together, Kaede was curious and kept assuming if it was a dating simulator where Rantaro could hit on girls. However, Rantaro admitted that his looks may resemble a playboy, but he is a chill, friendly guy.[8]

Later on, in Chapter 1, it was shown that these two seems to be likely in great terms with each other and get along. It was shown that Rantaro was painting Kaede's nails and suggest the nail design that Kaede needs since her nails were short. Rantaro is extremely patient with Kaede and they both have faith in each other with trust. Kaede inspired Rantaro with words that filled his heart with determination and wants to stop the killing game. While everyone else laid their suspicion on Rantaro as being the mastermind, Kaede seems to understand Rantaro and hates the fact how Rantaro could be Ultimate Murderous Fiend or something worse. Later, Rantaro suggested that he should go to the library to find the secret door lead to the mastermind's secret place, but got killed by the mastermind. Without knowing, Kaede got involved at the wrong time and distracted Rantaro from the mastermind's attack. When Kaede first discovered Rantaro's corpse, her legs were trembling with fear which shows that she was frightened to see Rantaro being dead. She demanded to figure out who would kill Rantaro and states how she will never forgive the person who would kill an important comrade. Later in the trial, Kaede believed that she was the culprit who murdered Rantaro and confesses her sins. She calls herself as a horrible murderer and is sorry for him and Shuichi directly the most and regrets for "killing" Rantaro after the trial end and later got executed.

In the non-canon "Danganronpa V3" bonus mode Ultimate Talent Development Plan, Kaede was waiting for Amami after the Christmas party almost ended. She was aware that Amami would come back soon. Kaede states how she left some cake for Amami and how she missed him. In the end, they ate the leftover cake together.[13]

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Shuichi Saihara

When Rantaro met Kaede and Shuichi, Shuichi seemed confused how Rantaro mentioned about everyone gathering and getting amnesia. He thinks he is some way mysterious and has some clues about his backstory. Rantaro is shown to have strong faith in Shuichi's abilities and considers him a real detective even though Shuichi himself doesn't. Later in Chapter 1, Shuichi became quite hostile towards Rantaro based on his suspicions about him being the mastermind and forgetting his talent.


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In the love hotel event, Rantaro has the role of a private tutor or a teacher of Shuichi. As the situation reflects the relationship between Rantaro and his younger siblings, he treats Shuichi like a child, which makes him a bit uncomfortable. Because of this, Rantaro assumed that Shuichi dislikes him, but Shuichi denies it. Rantaro is relieved that Shuichi doesn't despise him, but he states that he no longer would be his teacher, as he thinks he made Shuichi uneasy and he could be in danger with him. He wishes to protect Shuichi, so he wouldn't lose another person that is very important to him. He mentions the possibility of himself dying and while he claims he was joking, Shuichi doesn't believe him. Shuichi tells Rantaro he would rather hear his story even if it is a risk rather than leave Rantaro to deal with it alone. In the end of the event, Rantaro feels very glad, trusting Shuichi even more and waiting for the time to tell him his story.[14]
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Tsumugi Shirogane

Tsumugi grows a strong hatred for Rantaro, calling him an edgy normie, and feels disgusted by his actions.


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In the nails painting scene, Tsumugi watched the two of her friends, Kaede and Rantaro, having a scene together of Rantaro painting Kaede's nails and Tsumugi watched silently while her face expression shows that she is disgusted by the two. She holds her anger when Rantaro interrupt them and offered to paint Kaede's nails. She also made a death threat that Rantaro should blow up forever since he was being a total normie.[15]

It was later revealed in Chapter 6 that Tsumugi was the one who killed Rantaro and framed Kaede for the incident. Tsumugi didn't want Rantaro to discover the secret and ruin the fun of the killing game. She was aware that Rantaro would be in her way and cause trouble, along with Kaede, so she decided to kill both of them and tricked them into her trap all along. Tsumugi stopped him by killing him from behind when Rantaro wasn't looking, but paid attention to the ball that Kaede used.

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Korekiyo Shinguji


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During Chapter 1, Rantaro had a good impression of Korekiyo and considers him interesting.

During his first Free Time Event with Kaede, Rantaro tells her that Korekiyo has a strong personality, but if she takes the time to speak with him she'll understand him. In addition, he emphasizes that Korekiyo is a calm person who seems to be a clever type.

In the bonus mode Ultimate Talent Development Plan, it's shown that Rantaro and Korekiyo are very good friends. They share a great interest in traveling and they both have a close relationship with their sister.

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Kokichi Oma


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Like everyone else, Rantaro can be a bit annoyed with Kokichi's behavior. While the two are not shown interacting much, Kokichi called him his "beloved Amami-chan" and cried when he saw his corpse. However, his attitude changed very quickly, making it hard to tell which one of his reactions was truthful. Kokichi states how he doesn't care about Rantaro and claims to Shuichi that he doesn't actually want him to come back alive, though, this could be a possibility as one of his lies.

Much later, it's seen that Kokichi has the life-like statue of Rantaro made by Angie hanging upside down next to his bed. This implies that Kokichi misses him and hints that his reaction to Rantaro's death wasn't part of his lying nature.

During one of the anthology stories, it's shown that Rantaro might have a big brotherly attitude towards Kokichi. When the students are attempting to catch Kokichi, they set an "Amami trap", with him waiting in place and attempting to catch him with his arms. However, Kokichi sweetly asks him to let him go and calls him "big bro", causing Rantaro to immediately soften and let him pass "just for that one time", to the annoyance of the other students.

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Kirumi Tojo


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During the bonus mode Ultimate Talent Development Plan, Kirumi offers to fix Rantaro's clothes' split hem, reminding him of the maid his family had years ago. The maid was like another mother for Rantaro's siblings, but he then corrects that it's not like he sees Kirumi that way.
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Free Time


Favorite Presents

  • Someone's Student ID
  • Marigold Seeds
  • Rock-Paper-Scissors Cards
  • Cuffs Button
  • Silver Earring

Liked Presents

  • Beret

Neutral Presents

  • Cool Glass
  • Solid Ice Cream
  • Ketchup
  • Ouendan Head Coat
  • Survival Flag
  • Nailbrush

Hated Presents

  • Sugar

All other presents are disliked.


Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (Demo Version) (English)

  • "Oh, hey there. You guys get kidnapped too? Well, you both look alright. That's good. Situation could be better, though." (to Kaede Akamatsu and Makoto Naegi)
  • "My name is Rantaro Amami. I can't remember my Ultimate talent at the moment... But I promise I'm not a bad guy. Nice to meet you." (Rantaro introducing himself to Kaede and Makoto)
  • "...Is it weird? That I'm not really bothered by the fact that I don't remember my talent? You know, I'm actually kinda looking forward to finding out. I wonder what Ultimate I am..."
  • "Anyway, it'd be nice if we could get along. We aren't going anywhere for a while." (to Kaede and Makoto)

Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (English)

Character Trailer:

  • "I can't remember my Ultimate talent at the moment. Life's never easy, huh?"


  • "I'm talking about us. There are 16 of us-all high schoolers. What do you think that means. (talking to Kaede)
  • "Oh, right. Didn't answer your question. I can give you my name. It's Rantaro Amami. Let's leave it at that for now."
  • "Alright, chill out, no need to panic...We're probably not in any danger. If they wanted to kill us, they'd have done it by now."

Chapter 1:

  • "This isn't about 'playing' the game. It's do dangerous to disobey him now."
  • "The way you changed the mood completely. Seems like everyone looks up to you" (to Kaede)
  • I was just thinking, what you said back there would have pissed off whoever's running this. They definitely don't want us holding hands, workin' together...They're going to come for you, Kaede. With everything they've got. I'm a little worried about you. You're just so...straightforward."
  • "What a considerate sign...Apparently, the end of the tunnel is the exit."
  • "Hey, guys? a warning...We shouldn't let our guards down. We'll be easy targets at night."
  • "We all know it's better to cooperate rather than betray each other, right? But if you don't cooperate, you receive some benefit that no one else gets. It's an incentive to betray the group to give yourself an advantage. With that in the back of our minds, we're all likely to cooperate. That's Monokuma's plan. To make a non-cooperative game that tanks Kaede's plan to get us to cooperate."
  • "So that's how it's going to be...if we want to end this...We have to take down Monokuma *and* the person behind him."
  • "This is exactly what Monokuma wants us to do...So what else is part of his plan? Is my memory part of it too? If it is, then..."
  • "Hey, I have a question. This might sound a little weird, but...Does the term Ultimate Hunt ring a bell for anyone?"
  • "Everyone's a little anxious about not being able to remember how they got here, right? Well, in my case, not only am I dealing with that, I also can't remember my talent. So I guess I'm asking you to...bear with me if I say things that don't make sense sometimes."

List of Appearances


  • Rantaro's birth flower is maple, or "Kaede" in Japanese.
  • Rantaro is the third character in the main series whose talent is unknown at the beginning, succeeding Kyoko Kirigiri and Hajime Hinata in that regard.
  • Many of Rantaro's sprites have an uncanny resemblance to those of other characters from previous games. Most notably, Nagito Komaeda.
  • In the official Danganronpa V3 art book, Rantaro's last name, Amami (天海), was mistakenly written as Amano (天野).[16]
  • In a poll hosted by MyNavi, fans voted Rantaro the 6th most popular Danganronpa V3 student.[17]

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  • Rantaro is the first Ultimate ??? to die and not survive a killing game. He is also the only Ultimate ??? who lied about him forgetting his actual talent.
  • He is the one of the few characters to survive more than one killing game.
  • Rantaro may not have interest in romance, as he mentions he doesn't have a girlfriend and his ideal relationship seen in the bonus mode Ultimate Talent Development Plan's love hotel scene resembles one between a big brother and his younger sibling, unlike other characters' sexual or romantic scenes.
  • In his love hotel scene, his fantasy shows him wishing to stop being a teacher for his younger sibling. He claims it is because it's too dangerous to be involved with him any longer and he wishes to spare them from all the details, which likely refers to the killing game. He even mentions himself dying, though he claims it's just a joke. His younger sibling wishes to support him despite the risk and convinces him to tell them about it, which makes Rantaro very happy.
  • According to Kazutaka Kodaka, Rantaro is also resistant to all temperatures, most likely due to his constant traveling around the world. This resistance is stronger than any other character's, with Izuru Kamukura most likely being the only exception.[18]

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Monokuma Units MonokumaMonomiShirokumaKurokumaMonokuma Kubs
Trigger Happy Havoc
Makoto NaegiAoi AsahinaAlter EgoByakuya TogamiCelestia LudenbergChihiro FujisakiGenocide JackHifumi YamadaJin KirigiriJunko EnoshimaKiyotaka IshimaruKyoko KirigiriLeon KuwataMondo OwadaMukuro IkusabaSakura OgamiSayaka MaizonoToko FukawaYasuhiro Hagakure
Danganronpa 2:
Goodbye Despair
Hajime HinataAkane OwariByakuya TogamiChiaki NanamiFour Dark Devas of DestructionFuyuhiko KuzuryuGundham TanakaHiyoko SaionjiIbuki MiodaJunko EnoshimaKazuichi SodaMahiru KoizumiMikan TsumikiMonobeastsNagito KomaedaNatsumi KuzuryuNekomaru NidaiPeko PekoyamaSatoTeruteru HanamuraSonia Nevermind
Another Episode:
Ultra Despair Girls
Komaru NaegiToko FukawaJataro KemuriKotoko UtsugiMasaru DaimonMonaca TowaNagisa ShingetsuHaiji TowaHiroko HagakureHit List TargetsIzuru KamukuraThe ServantTaichi FujisakiYuta Asahina
Danganronpa V3:
Killing Harmony
Kaede AkamatsuAngie YonagaGonta GokuharaHimiko YumenoKaito MomotaK1-B0Kirumi TojoKokichi OmaKorekiyo ShingujiMaki HarukawaMiu IrumaRantaro AmamiRyoma HoshiShuichi SaiharaTenko ChabashiraTsumugi Shirogane
For minor characters, see: Minor Characters