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Hattori Hanta (服部(はっとり) 半太(はんた)) is a midfielder of Inakuni Raimon. He previously played for Inakuni before it got disbanded.

Appearance

Hattori has black eyes, grey hair and is the shortest of his team. He also wears a black scarf that mostly covers his hair.

Plot

Inazuma Eleven Ares no Tenbin

Hattori was a part of Inakuni before it got disbanded by their coach, Fuyukai Suguru. The team and Kozoumaru Sasuke later decided to go to Inazuma Town to play soccer there and Hattori talked with Iwato Takashi about their decision. Leaving Inakunijima, they arrived at Inazuma Town while staying at the Kogarashi Manor and the players became members of Inakuni Raimon. Their first match was against Seishou Gakuen but Hattori and his teammates were easily overwhelmed by the players of Seishou Gakuen, losing 1-10.

During the match between Inakuni Raimon and Teikoku Gakuen, unlike the others, Hattori was the only one who stayed back with Umihara Norika while the others moved up after seeing Teikoku's plays. When Sakuma Jirou used Koutei Penguin 2gou with Fudou Akio and Jimon Daiki in the second half, he, Hiyori Masakatsu and Okuiri Hiro used Gravity Cage to successfully stop Koutei Penguin 2gou. In the end, Inakuni Raimon was able to win from Teikoku Gakuen with 4-3.

Inazuma Eleven Orion no Kokuin

Along with the rest of his team, Hattori was present when Inazuma Japan was announced but he wasn't selected as a member.

Hissatsu

Anime

Inazuma Eleven Ares no Tenbin

Gallery

Trivia

  • Hattori's friendship with Iwato is similar to the friendship between Kurimatsu and Kabeyama.
  • Hattori's appearance is very similar to Nishizono Shinsuke.
    • They also share the same voice actress.
  • In the early stages of development Hattori's element was Wind.
  • Hattori's name may be a reference to Hattori Hanzo, a famous samurai often depicted as a ninja in media.

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