Tekkan is a daimyo of the Land of Lightning. He is one of the Aburame Clan members. She is one of the characters in Boruto: The Next Generation, a Japanese manga series written by Ukyo Kodachi and Masashi Kishimoto and illustrated by Mikio Ikemoto. He is also mentioned in Shikamaru Shinden: A Cloud Dancing in Forlorn Falling Petals Novel.
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First Appearance in Anime
Boruto Episode: 233
Japanese Voice Actor
English Voice Actor
Land of Lightning
Tekkan attended a meeting called the Five Great Countries Summit to discuss a potential invasion of the Land of Flowers by the Land of Earth. He disagreed with the invasion because the Land of Lightning, his ally, had a friendship with the Land of Flowers. The leader of the Earth, Danjo, argued for the invasion, saying the Land of Flowers wasn't worth protecting. In response, Tekkan suggested a different approach.
The leader of the Land of Fire, Ikkyū Madoka, proposed giving some of their land to the Land of Earth to avoid war. Tekkan liked this idea, especially when Ikkyū suggested involving all countries in a Continental Summit to decide the fate of the Land of Flowers. Tekkan and the other leaders agreed to let the fate of the Land of Flowers be decided at this summit.
In the anime, Tekkan was asked to attend the opening of Kirigakure's new power plant, Shinonome 1. After the event, he felt annoyed because Awaji Unabara got to ride the first aircraft with other wealthy industrialists, while Tekkan had to settle for the second one.
Tekkan is calm and diplomatic, preferring peaceful solutions to problems. He values fairness and can get frustrated when things don't seem just.
Tekkan has dark skin, gray hair shaped like triangles on the sides, and lightning-like bangs. His yellow eyes, bold eyebrows, and thick mustache stand out. He dresses in a white shirt, a red scarf, and a black jacket with fancy gold decorations on the shoulders.