“The Fourteenth Target” Name Comparison Chart

Playing Card
Character Name
Japanese Explanation American Explanation
Joker

Joe Murakami

Jake Marano

“Joker” is his nickname at the casino he works at. “Joker” is his nickname at the casino he works at.

#13

(King)

Jūzō Megure

Joseph Meguire

His first name, Jūzō, means “thirteen.” His full name has a total of 13 letters.

#12

(Queen)

Eri Kisaki

Eva Kaden

“Kisaki” means “Queen” in Japanese. “Eva” derives from the word “Queen.”

#11

(Jack)

Hiroshi Agasa

Herschel Agasa

One of the Japanese characters in his name is a combination of the kanji for “ten” and the kanji for “one.” He currently holds 11 patents for inventions he’s created.

#10

(False)

Towako Okano

Tammy Diez

Her name contains the kanji for “ten.” “Diez” is “ten” in Spanish.

#10

(True)

Hiroki Tsuji

Henry Tish

His name contains the kanji for “ten.” He’s ranked as the 10th best golfer in the world.
#09

Katsuyoshi Asahi

Kristopher Ashton

His name contains the kanji for “nine.” He owns nine important buildings in Baker City.
#08

Kohei Sawaki

Kevin Simms

His name contains the kanji for “eight.” He attended a culinary school with an eight-year program.
#07

Nana Osanai

Nina Oliver

“Nana” is a Japanese reading of the number seven. She has been a model since she was seven years old.
#06

Eimei Shishido

Emilio Cantore

His name contains the kanji for “six.” He has six children.
#05

Kogorō Mōri

Richard Moore

His name contains the kanji for “five.”

“Moore” has five letters.
#04

Peter Ford

His name has phonetic similarity to “four.” “Ford” has four letters.
#03

Ninzaburo Shiratori

Santos

His name contains the kanji for “three.” He is the third of three children, all born three years apart.
#02

Minoru Nishina

Mason Norfolk

His name contains the kanji for “two.” He has published two books.

#01

(Ace)

Shinichi Kudō

Jimmy Kudo

His name contains the kanji for “one.” He is ranked first in many categories and is an only child.

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