A Shadow of Doubt
A skilled Japanese militant with a troubled past
Kaito was regarded as the most skilled officer in Japanese intelligence during the war. During the war, he cared little of politics but never questioned orders and always carried them out without fail. His family and home were destroyed while he was in service. Kaito had a hard time coping with this loss and he fell into a deep depression, refusing to have anything to do with the Japanese government (who he irrationally blames for separating him from his family when they were killed). Over time, he accepts that there was nothing that could have been done and submits to their pleading to join the RPA. Since he was the most distinguished member of Japanese intelligence, they wanted him to represent Japan’s re-emergence into international affairs.