Navarin Godai (Wife)
Nadeshiko Godai (Daughter)
Marcus D. Stimac
Yamato Godai 「五代大和」 is a supporting character of the anime and web manga series. He is one of the guards in charge of supervising Building 13 of Nanba Prison.
Yamato wears the standard Nanba uniform, consisting of a guard hat that is wrapped in a white band, representing the Japanese flag, and wears a black overcoat with a white undershirt that has golden plates on the collar, and black trousers. His name tag is fitted to his left breast on his uniform.
He has black hair and black eyes. His hair is styled in a way where the front is cut shorter, and there are two strands that extend longer. Yamato carries an assumed sword in a purple bag, which he is usually seen with.
He is a loud and friendly person, often seen laughing heartily. He seems to be the most friendly of the guards, treating the inmates kindly and acting very friendly with them and is shown to not be scared or think ill of them in the slightest. He is pretty carefree, seen usually with a big smile on his face, and is rarely shown angry or sad.
Despite his love of training, he is shown to prefer peaceful methods and is smarter than he seems. He is a hardcore Japanese person and indulges in Japanese culture. Yamato is very skilled in calligraphy having a Masters teaching license in calligraphy. He's a very loud extrovert and tends to do what he wants, at one point riding a horse into Cell 13's prison cell and destroying the wall. He has shown to care for the inmates, at one point saving Rock and Uno after Jyugo goes on a rampage. He tends to go with the flow of things and can be easily influenced, though he claims to always be serious. Out of all the inmates, he is arguably closest to Rock since the two are both stupidly strong, loud, and outgoing.
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The New Year's Tournament Arc
Building 5 Arc
- His favorite colors are rose madder and reddish purple
- He likes white rice.
- His hobby is working out and offering his assistance.
- He has a bad sense of direction, relying on Jyugo on some episodes.
- "Yama" in his name means "great" or "big" and "to" means "peaceful" or "harmonious". "Go" in his name means "five" and "dai" means "generations" his name literately means "five generations".
- His name "Yamato" was also used for Japanese battleships.
- "大和" was originally used as the kanji name to write “japan”. This is referencing Yamoto and his design.
|Main||Jyugo | Uno | Rock | Nico | Hajime Sugoroku|
|Inmates||Tsukumo | Honey | Trois | Musashi | Liang | Upa | Qi | Fuji-san | Kusatsu | Enki Gokuu | Ruka Gojou | Hachiman|
|Guards||Seitarou Tanabata | Yamato Godai | Samon Gokuu | Kenshirou Yozakura | Kiji Mitsuba | Inori Hakkai | Damian | Mao Nimaijita | Nijimasu Nanairo | Tomato Ichijou | Hitoshi Sugoroku | Houzuki Sanzou | Daisen Rokuriki | Daisen Kokoriki | Daisen Youriki | Genrou Byakuya | Ahato | Sanohana Hiiragi | Inohana Tsubaki | Shinohana Sazanka | Ninohana Kikiyou|
|Nanba Staff||Momoko Hyakushiki | Shin Sauzando | Chikako Senryoubako | Mitsuru Hitokoe | Dread | Shiro | Okina Otogi | Kazari Otogi | KAGU-8|
|Antagonists||Man with the Scar | Elf|
|Other||Kuu | Haku | Yamatomaru | Hanzou Hattori | Noriko Sanzou | Hihi Gokuu | Inmate 610|