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Hanji Urabe

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Japanese name 浦辺 反次
Nickname(s) Daredevil Defender, Reversal Fighter
Nationality Japanese
Birthday January 1
Height 170 cm (G23)
166 cm (BWY)
161 cm (BF / JBC)
142 cm (KD)
Weight 61 kg (G23)
55 kg (BWY)
49 kg (BF / JBC)
35 kg (KD)
Position(s) Midfielder, Defender
First appearance
Captain Tsubasa chapter 3
Career
Level Team Number
National U-22 Japan 15
U-20 All Japan Youth 24
Special team Real Japan 7 5
Club Jubilo Iwata 37
Senior high Nankatsu high school 5
Junior high Otomo 10
Juveniles Nankatsu SC 5
Juveniles Nishigaoka 10

Profile Edit

Hanji Urabe is a fullback and has being part in U-22 Japan and Jubilo Iwata in the J-League.

Kids' DreamEdit

Urabe was captain of Nishigaoka elementary school. Both him and Nakayama were two players of said team who took part in the selection test of the Nankatsu City selection team. Urabe was chosen in the selection team due to his abilities as the Defensive Center Midfielder from his experience in Nishigaoka. Urabe stated that they planned to beat Shutetsu but acknowledged Tsubasa's ability and decided to organize the defense in for Nankatsu SC.

During the 6th National elementary school tournament, Urabe was Ishizaki's rival. He was chosen to be one of Nankatsu SC's player. His cocky attitude made him shout at teammates in an humorous way, pretty much like Ishizaki.

Boys' FightEdit

During middle school, Urabe became the Captain of Otomo middle school soccer team. He, along with Takeshi Kishida, Masao Nakayama and Koji Nishio, form the "Otomo Quartet". This Quartet was strong enough to be able to defeat Tsubasa in the beginning but Tsubasa was able to outsmart them with the help of both his prodigy and gamemaking abilities and by relying of precises passes with Kisugi, Taki and Izawa.

J Boys' ChallengeEdit

Tsubasa, after three weeks of recovery, faced the Otomo Quartet and Otomo's goalkeeper was able to beat them with his now increased abillities as both gamemaker and his amazing Drive Shot. Later on, during the International Jr. World Cup in Europe, Urabe was also a supporter with his Otomo friends and the Nankatsu gang at the Ozora's house watching the TV live matches.

Battle of World YouthEdit

In Battle of World Youth, he was part of Nankatsu high school. He told his teammates that he would stop soccer after graduating, to help his family run their tofu store. However, coach Gamo convinced him to be part of the Real Japan 7 (R.J.7), a training team for All Japan Youth. Playing the role of the bad guy, the hellish training he followed helped him improve, and with the other members of the R.J.7, defeated most of the members of All Japan Youth. The truth was told to everyone after the 1st round of the Asian preliminaries, Urabe's true intentions was to make All Japan Youth stronger. He joined the All Japan Youth team after the serious injury of Misaki. He took part in the final match against Brazil Youth to replace Ishizaki, and would finally keep on playing soccer.

[Road to 2002]]Edit

In Road to 2002, Urabe joined Jubilo Iwata with Ishizaki both as defenders, and a bit envious at the beginning of Misaki's shining appearance in the same team. Later on, they indeed applauded Misaki and managed to defeat Urawa Red Diamonds where Takeshi and Toshiya Okano were playing as their opponents.

Golden-23/Rising SunEdit

To be updated as series progresses.

Special techniques Edit

  • Otomo Quartet
  • Sliding Tackle

Gallery Edit

Trivia Edit

  • His name is Jack Morris in the Latin American and European dub.