|Japanese name:||佐々木 |
|Date of birth:||unknown|
|First appearance:||Anime: Episode 264|
|Japanese voice:||Isshin Chiba (episode 264-265 & 297-298) |
Yasuyuki Kase (episode 489)
Isamu Sugaya (episode 606-607)
Sasaki (佐々木 Sasaki) is a character in the anime franchise Detective Conan.
- 1 Background
- 2 Appearance
- 3 Personality
- 4 Plot overview
- 5 Appellations
- 6 Different looks
- 7 Name origin
- 8 In other languages
- 9 See also
Sasaki is Reiko's subordinate and the substitute prosecutor in the Tokyo District Court, Criminal Division, Third courtroom, who often accompanies her when she performs several times in the court. With his help, Reiko vowed to defeat her main rival, Eri, whenever a chance would present itself.
As the substitute prosecutor of the Tokyo Public Prosecutors Office, his job is to handle the phone calls, visits, publicity and many other programs that Reiko cannot necessarily take care of.
It has been clearly hinted that he is infatuated with Reiko, but it's still unknown if she reciprocates him.
He is a fairly tall man with a fair skin tone, black eyes and a short black hair that is constantly slicked back with three loose locks hanging across his forehead. Furthermore, he usually wears business suits whenever performing in the court. He is right-handed.
His character design is majorly changes for episode 489. However, in subsequent episodes, his original appearance has been restored.
He is a fine diligent person and professional attorney, who is rarely seen interacting with others.
Courtroom Confrontation: Kisaki vs. Kogoro (Anime: 264-265)
Courtroom Confrontation II: Kisaki vs. Kujo (Anime: 297-298)
Courtroom Confrontation III: Prosecutor as Eyewitness (Anime: 489)
Courtroom Confrontation IV: Juror Sumiko Kobayashi (Anime: 606-607)
His name comes from Rena Sasaki, whose family name kanji is the name as his, a young detective currently working in the anti-detective department, under Yasuomi Suma, and is investigating her sister's death, who was created by Keisuke Matsuokka for the series Tantei no Tantei ("Detective vs. Detective").
In other languages
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