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Heihachi's appearance has been changed ever since from the first Tekken. In both Tekken and Tekken 2, he has black hair with two spikes in each sides and being bald. In Tekken 3, he is depicted gray hair and in Tekken 4 and onwards his hair becomes white due to his age. However in the non-canonical spin-off, Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Heihachi gains fully black hair along with two spikes in each sides due to the effects of the rejuvenation serum. He also has hazel eyes as opposed to other characters who had brown eyes.

Tekken

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Heihachi in his in-game appearance while wearing his primary outfit of the first game.

Player 1 outfit:

Heihachi wears a gray long sleeve karate gi with a tiger head design at the back of his gi, gray karate pants. and white ankle wraps. He also shares his son's karate belt which is the black belt with yellow outlines and has white hand wraps on his hand.

Player 2 outfit:

His Player 2 outfit is the same as in his Player 1 outfit but the color of his karate gi was blue and the sleeves are now ripped into short sleeves.

Tekken 2

Heihachi's hair in his CGI appearance is depicted to have brown hair but in his in-game appearance he is depicted to have black hair.

In Tekken: The Motion Picture, he is depicted to have gray hair but his facial hair retains as black.

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Heihachi in both his Player 1 and 2 outfits in Tekken 2

Player 1 outfit:

Heihachi now wears a black sleeveless karate gi with a red obi which has been tucked into his waist, black karate pants with shreds at the edge of his pants. He maintains both white hand and foot wraps and the tiger head design at the back of his karate gi.

He wears this outfit during the arcade opening where he climbs back up after being thrown by his son, Kazuya from his ending in the first game and later in his ending where he threw his son at the mouth of the active volcano. He also wears this in his son's ending in Tekken 2.

Player 2 outfit:

He was seen in shirtless which it shows the cross scar on his chest and his white kimono shirt was hanging loose on his waist, violet hakama and black geta sandals. This outfit depicts as his primary outfit.

Tekken 3

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Heihachi in his primary outfit in Tekken 3

Heihachi is depicted older in his appearance but gains wrinkles on his forehead. He now has light gray hair.

Player 1 outfit:

Heihachi wears the same outfit as his Player 2 outfit in Tekken 2 as his kimono shirt is now gold with brown and red design which is hanging loose and the interior of his shirt is white, his hakama becomes blue with gold emblems but maintains his black geta sandals. He also gains two katanas attached at the left side of his hakama and wears black wristbands.

In his in-game appearance, his kimono shirt which is hanging loose is purple and his hakama becomes dark blue and the emblems are now white and the two katanas are not seen.

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Heihachi in his in-game appearance in Tekken 3

In both Jin and his ending, he wears this outfit except his in-game appearance.

Player 2 outfit:

Heihachi wears a red winter jacket with a white feathered collar, underneath is a formal white vest with a dark blue tie at the center, white pants and black shoes. He also wears black gloves. This outfit is later seen during the console opening, his own ending and Xiaoyu's ending which is a mix up with animation.

Tekken Tag Tournament

Heihachi retains both player 1 and 2 outfits and his primary outfit that he wears is the one shown both Jin and his ending in Tekken 3.

Tekken 4

From Tekken 4 and onwards, Heihachi is depicted to have white hair due to his age.

Player 1 outfit:

Heihachi regains his Tekken 2 primary outfit and the color of his karate gi is jet black.

This outfit is later seen in Jin, Kazuya and his ending.

Player 2 outfit:

Heihachi now wears his infamous white modified fundoshi without a rear apron in exchange for a wrapped body leaving the chest bare and his black geta sandals from his primary outfit in Tekken 3. In Street Fighter X Tekken, Akuma wears this as his Swap Costume.

  • In both arcade and console opening, Heihachi is depicted to wears his CEO tiger suit but maintains his white vest and purple tie from his Player 2 outfit in Tekken 3. This outfit is later seen in both Kuma and his ending in Tekken 5.
  • Heihachi also wears a black Japanese jacket with a red traditional kimono with black outlines and his black geta sandals in his Player 2 outfit. He wears this outfit during both Kuma and Yoshimitsu's ending.

Soul Calibur II

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Heihachi as he appears in Soul Calibur II

Player 1 outfit:

(See Tekken 4 Player 1 outfit)

Instead of wearing foot wraps, he wears his gray geta sandals and gains red gauntlets along with his hand wraps.

Player 2 outfit:

(See Tekken 3 Player 1 outfit)

He now wears an updated version of his black wristbands that resembles a gauntlet.

Death by Degrees

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Heihachi as he appears in Death by Degrees as the boss character

Heihachi is depicted in this game as a boss character to have gray hair and his facial features are black. His hakama is now white with red flame designs and his kimono shirt is red and dons a red gauntlets and dark gray armbands. He now has white tabi along with his geta sandals.

Tekken 5/Dark Resurrection

Player 1 outfit:

His primary outfit in Tekken 4 and his sleeveless karate gi has now in different shades of gray and both sleeves and the edge of his pants are ripped due to being exploded and presumed dead during both arcade and console opening. He now wears white wrist wraps and fights in barefoot. In the updated version, the color of his gi is dark teal and his belt is orange.

Player 2 outfit:

(See Tekken 3 Player 1 outfit)

His hakama is now dark blue and gains black wristbands in both of his wrists. In the updated version it changes to olive green and he wears dark teal wristbands.

Tekken 6/Bloodline Rebellion

Player 1 outfit:

(See Tekken 5 Player 1 outfit)

Player 2 outfit:

Heihachi wears an updated version of his primary outfit in Tekken 3, his kimono shirt which is hanging loose is now golden yellow with brown, green and red designs and it's interior is white, his hakama is now violet with golden designs in each sides and his geta sandals retain being gray.

In his Tekken 6 prologue he was seen in his Player 2 outfit with his kimono shirt on.

Street Fighter X Tekken

Player 1 outfit:

(See Tekken 5 Player 1 outfit)

Swap Costume:

His Swap Costume is based on Sodom and Heihachi dons a dark blue samurai-esque mask. He wears a red short sleeve genji shirt with a Japanese kanji at the center of his shirt, blue tights with a yellow belt on his waist and black and gray samurai-esque open-toed sandals. He also gains red gloves with gray studded designs.

Alternate Costume:

Heihachi wears a ninja attire consists of a gray ninja tunic with a dark red designs on both of his shoulders, ninja dogi pants and black boots. He was barehanded while wearing this outfit and gains a traditional headband on his forehead.

Tekken Tag Tournament 2

Heihachi gains a fully black hair due to the effects of the rejuvenation serum that he drunk during the game prologue and his arcade ending. His younger appearance also appears along with Kazuya as a child in the story mode in Tekken 7.

Player 1 outfit:

(See Tekken 5 Player 1 outfit)

Player 2 outfit:

(See Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection Player 1 outfit)

Tekken 7/Fated Retribution

Player 1 outfit:

(See Tekken 5 Player 1 outfit)

His karate gi are now gray while his alternate outfit becomes white and his belt is now black instead of red and his wristbands are black like his Player 2 outfit.

In Tekken 7: Fated Retribution, Heihachi no longer wears a karate gi and wears a new main outfit.

He wears a traditional samurai-esque outfit which he wears only a traditional Japanese orange vest with two Mishima Zaibatsu insignia in each side of his vest, a gold and black samurai-esque armor at the right shoulder in a demon design that resembles Yoshimitsu's previous mask in the first game. The collar of his traditional vest is red that reaches to his waist and at the back of his vest it was long before the knee, dark gray traditional pants with a red and orange samurai design at the right side of his pants, black socks and a gold traditional knee-high samurai-esque open-toed boots with two purple straps. He regains his white wraps on his wrist from his trademark karate gi primary outfit and bandages on his waist similar to the bandages he wore in his infamous white fundoshi in Tekken 4. The upper outlines of his vest is black.

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