Mousse is the vision-impaired suitor of Shampoo. Even though Shampoo has shown no interest in him almost their entire lives, Mousse continues to fight for the attention of the woman he loves. He blames Ranma for Shampoo's dislike of him, and is constantly at odds with Ranma.

Mousse is able to combine aspects of slight-of-hand magic techniques with his martial arts, allowing him to pull many weapons out of his oversized sleeves.

After Mousse's first loss to Ranma, he took a training voyage to Jusenkyo, where he accidently walked into the "Spring of Drowned Duck". Mousse also blames Ranma for his curse, since he believes that if he hadn't lost he wouldn't have needed the extra training to beat Ranma. Mousse forumulates plan after plan to try and break Ranma's hold over the woman he loves, but nothing seems to work.

The Meaning Behind the Name

The kanji in Mousse's name can be broken down to mean "wash or thread," which has no meaning. The real pun in Mousse's name though, is that all the Chinese characters are named after beauty products, such as Shampoo and Cologne.

Toshihiko Seki & Brad Swaile

Toshihiko Seki is the Japanese voice of Mousse. He has also played the infamous Duo Maxwell in Mobile Suit Gundam Wing, Shino Inuzuka in Hakkenden, Mikuro Yakushimaru in Please Save My Earth, Shinobu Tezuka in Here is Greenwood and Legato Bluesummer in Trigun.

Brad Swaile lends his voice to Mousse in one of his first anime roles. Brad won the legendary role of Amuro Ray in Mobile Suit Gundam as well as Sentaro Daimonji on Ranma , Nobunaga in Inuyasha, and Yusaku Godai in Maison Ikkoku. His other works include Yota Moteuchi in Video Girl Ai, Otaru Mamiya in Saber Marionette J, Light Yagami in Death Note and Quatre Winner in Mobile Suit Gundam Wing.

An Introduction to Ranma