As a young man attended the Imperial University during World War II, Eijiro was a bright young man in love with a wealthy girl named Nae. Nae was in love with Yuta though, and planned to run away with him. Eijiro refused to believe she would ever go off with a wanderer like Yuta, so he staged a meeting to test her loyalty to him. When she failed and tried to go to Yuta, Eijiro became enraged and killed her.
The Meaning Behind the Name
A name without much discernable meaning, the kanji in Eijiro are for "bright" (as in intelligent), "two" and "son".
Tamio Ohki's other roles include Dr. Shtalubaugh in El Hazard, Cozets in Dog of Flander, Aramaki in Ghost in the Shell, and the General in Steel Angel Kurumi.
Doug Stone's resume is filled with parts such as Fugaku Uchiha in Naruto, Toshio in Rumiko Takahashi Anthology, and Lowell Gantz in Armitage III.
Young Eijiro was played by Yasunori Matsumoto and Travis Willingham.