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Kazuya is a fighter who has been in every Tekken game with the exception of Tekken 3. He has received many different outfits, with his karate outfit primarily being his main Player 1 outfit.


Kazuya Mishima T1

Tekken 1 Kazuya Mishima.

Player 1 outfit

Kazuya wears tattered and torn white karate gi pants with a black & yellow belt, red foot guards and red fingerless gloves, embedded with ten metallic studs arranged in an upside down triangle.

Player 2 outfit

Considered to be his "casual" clothes, he wears a white tank top, ripped blue jeans, red converse sneakers and his red gloves from the aforementioned Player 1 outfit.

In Tekken: The Motion Picture, he wears this outfit but the color of his tank top was black instead of white before he takes it off to show the large scar on his chest to Jun before Nina attacks them both.

Tekken 2

Kazuya Mishima - Player One Costume - Tekken 2

1P outfit

Kazuya Mishima - Player Two Costume - Tekken 2

2P outfit

Player 1 outfit The same as his Tekken P1 outfit, but the black belt loses its yellow outlines and his gloves are no longer fingerless.

Player 2 outfit His P2 outfit for this game remains one of his most unusual yet. He wears a white, unbuttoned dress shirt, with a see-through version of his original tank top from Tekken underneath. Notably, there is a large image of a demon on the back of his white shirt, possibly representing his other self, Devil.

Kazuya Mishima - Player Three Costume - Tekken 2

3P outfit

Player 3 outfit Finally, his boss costume from this game could be considered the most memorable of all. It consists of a dark purple tuxedo shirt with an orange tie, purple dress pants, tied together with a black sash, and black dress shoes. He appears in this costume every time you fight him in story mode, and can only be unlocked by completing the game with him.

Tekken Tag Tournament

TTT Kazuya

Kazuya in 1P and 2P costumes.

Player 1 outfit

(See Tekken 2 Player 1 outfit)

Player 2 outfit

His tuxedo costume has changed in several notable ways. The black sash is gone, and the jacket now only hangs to the waist, instead of being tied into his pants. The suit also has a strange, metallic purple color.

  • In the arcade and console opening, Kazuya is seen wearing a black trenchcoat with gray button shirt with a red tie on his neck, black pants and black shoes.

Tekken 4

For his triumphant return to The King of Iron Fist Tournament after 20 years of absence, Kazuya's P1 costume gains its first notable change.


Player 1 outfit

His white gi pants are no longer tattered and torn and now have a yellow cloud and lightning-like design on the right leg. His belt changes from black to blue with the yellow outlines from Tekken. His gloves have also been updated, gaining red leather fingerless gloves with black wrist straps.

Player 2 outfit

His new Player 2 outfit consists of a gray-blue dress shirt, dark blue corduroy pants, black dress shoes, black sunglasses and his trademark red gloves.

In arcade and console opening, he wears this outfit but without the sunglasses and red gloves.

Tekken 5/Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection

Player 1 outfit

For this game, the yellow cloud and lightning logo on his pants is replaced with gold flame designs on the individual right and lower left sides of his pants with respective purple and red colors on the insides of the flames. At the back of his karate belt it was rolled up into two instead of one.

In Dark Resurrection, his gloves, footguards and pants become maroon instead of their usual white and red colors.

Player 2 outfit

His Player 2 outfit marks the return of his trademark purple tuxedo. However, it has a modified design. It now has a long back-tail and he wears a red formal vest and tie underneath. He now wears his trademark red gloves in this outfit.

In Dark Resurrection, his tuxedo changes to white instead of its usual purple color. His gloves, however, remain red.

Tekken 6/Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion


Kazuya's outfits regain their original colors from Tekken 5. He receives no new outfits whatsoever.

  • He has a white snake skin suit in the game's trailer that is inexplicably not in the game. But in the Scenario Campaign mode he wears this outfit as well as part of his customization outfit.

Player 3 outfit:

His third outfit was a full metal body suit which is his exclusive outfit in the console's limited edition named Shinden.

Tekken Tag Tournament 2

Player 1 outfit

(See Tekken 5 Player 1 outfit)

Player 2 outfit

His Player 2 outfit shows the aforementioned Player 1 outfit regaining its maroon colors from Dark Resurrection.

Street Fighter X Tekken

Player 1 outfit:

(See Tekken 5 Player 1 outfit)

Swap Costume:

Kazuya's Swap Costume is based on Guile as his military outfit appears similar to M. Bison's primary outfit. He wears a brown military trenchcoat with flame designs in each side of his uniform and the United States emblem in each side of his jacket with a black belt to his waist which is tucked into his trenchcoat, camoflage pants and black military boots. He also wears a black military gloves and wears a matching black military cap.

Alternate Costume:

Kazuya is still in shirtless and he has a black traditional kimono shirt as its sleeves are tied to his waist and wears an off-white sarashi shorts and a white geta sandals. He is not seen wearing his red fingerless gloves from his primary outfit and the sandals that he wears is similar to his father's Player 2 outfit.

Tekken 7

Kazuya has a new main outfit which resembles his outfit that he wore in the console opening in Tekken Tag Tournament.

He wears a long black trenchcoat with a gray suit and a red tie, he also wears black dress shoes.

In the Tekken 7 arcade opening, he wears his primary outfit in Tekken 5 while facing his father, Heihachi in the Devil's Pit stage.

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