Jun Kazama (風間 準 Kazama Jun?) is a character in the Tekken series who first made her debut in Tekken 2. She is the mother of Jin Kazama. Jun was assumed to have been killed in Ogre's wrath when he awoke, but her official status is "unknown". Jun is one of a small group of characters who have only appeared in one canon game. In Tekken Tag Tournament 2, after being defeated in arcade mode, Jun transforms into Unknown, the final boss.



Not much is known of Jun's personality aside from the few hints that other characters have given throughout the series. Kazuya describes her as "mysterious" in his Tekken 6 prologue. Jun seems to embody tranquillity and purity and is shown to have peaceful and animal-loving nature. This is evident in her mission to save Kazuya from the corruption of the Devil in Tekken 2, the forest animals' natural affinity towards her (shown in her Tekken 2 and Tekken Tag Tournament 2 endings), and her ability to suppress the Devil Gene (as she does so in her Tekken Tag Tournament ending as well as during her special tag win-pose with Devil Jin in Tekken Tag Tournament 2).

Her exact relationship with Kazuya is very much unknown. Jun was determined to save him from Devil's possession, but the inner conflict within Kazuya was the main reason he was defeated and seemingly killed by Heihachi at the end of The King of Iron Fist Tournament 2. But it does confirm that Jun's presence kept Kazuya's darker nature at bay.

Jun holds a deep and strong love for her son, Jin Kazama. Having raised Jin as a single parent in the seclusion of the wilderness since his birth, the two shared a very close and strong bond. She fervently fought off Devil when the apparition tried to make a host of Jin while Jun was still pregnant with Jin and asked him to seek refuge with Heihachi Mishima should anything happen to her. She also instructed Jin in Kazama Style Traditional Martial Arts.

Even with the two still no longer together, Jun continues to have a strong impact on her son's life and seems to continue to guide him even after being missing for so long. It is an apparition/vision of her that stops Jin from killing Heihachi and the very reason Jin sought to kill Ogre was because he believed that the god of fighting had murdered his mother. Even for as much time has passed since the events of Tekken 6, Jin states that he greatly misses his mother and wishes nothing more for her to be at his side again. In Jin's Tekken Tag Tournament 2 ending, Jin is surprised to find his mother transform from Unknown after having defeated her. Once she disappears from Jin's arms, he transforms into his alter-ego and flies away into orbit, screaming in pain from having lost his beloved mother again. An apparition of Jun embraces a distraught Jin (in his Devil Jin ending, continuing from his first) in space, seemingly reversing his transformation.

If the two are paired up in TTT2, Jun expresses sorrow and disappointment towards Jin (most likely because of his regretful actions in Tekken 6), asking him if he forgot her teachings. However, in their special win pose, the two will begin to pass one another before stopping and, after a brief moment of hesitation, look over their shoulders and smile at one another. This shows that, though there may be some tension between the two, they are nonetheless happy to see each other after so long.


Jun Kazama/Outfits


Tekken 2

Prologue (Manual)

Jun is an officer of the WWWC, a wildlife protection organization. She is highly spiritual and can sense a mysterious power surrounding Kazuya. Besides her duty to arrest Kazuya, who smuggles protected animals, she wants to free Kazuya of his evil power during the tournament.

Version 2

Jun Kazama, an Animal Protection Officer for an environmental protection group (W.W.W.C.), uses Kazama Traditional Martial Arts, a martial form which has been passed down from generation to generation inside the Kazama family.

Brought up within Yakushima Island's abundant nature, Jun was instructed in the secrets of Kazama Aiki-Jujutsu, but unfortunately dwelling in Tokyo for a long period of time has cost her the ability to commune with Mother Nature.

One night, Jun saw her late father's spirit and came to understand paranormal phenomenons.

Jun has joined the tournament determined to arrest Kazuya for smuggling protected animals, and to release him from the mystic forces surrounding him.

Tekken 2 Jun Kazama Ending-3

Tekken 2 Jun Kazama Ending-3

Ending Description, "Purity": The screen shows two birds flying over a forest. It then shows a chipmunk nibbling on an acorn in a tree. It soon looks up. A horse is showing looking up as well. A yellow school bus drops Jun off at a forest area (presumably a protected wildlife environment). Jun steps off with the sun beaming in front of her as she breathes in the fresh air while closing her eyes blissfully. Suddenly, four various birds, a gazelle, the horse, and chipmunk surround her. A bird lands on her shoulder as the chipmunk crawls up her arm and perches itself on her shoulder as well. She is then shown riding sideways on the horse being accompanied by 3 normal birds along with a huge owl and the chipmunk into the sunset. Jun gets off and walks towards the scenic view of the sunset before her peacefully.

Tekken 3

She has taught and trained Jin her Kazama self-defense fighting style. Years later, Jun sensed the approaching of great evil and told Jin that if anything should happen to her, that he should seek out his grandfather, Heihachi Mishima.

Jun's words proved to be prophetic, and sometime after Jin's 15th birthday, Ogre did indeed attack. Jun screamed for Jin to run away, but Jin wished to protect his beloved mother and prepared to fight Ogre in order to save Jun. Ogre, however, was too much of a match for Jin and knocked him unconscious. What happened next is unknown, but by the time Jin woke up, the Kazama house was burnt to the ground and Jun was missing. Jin desperately searched for her, but she was nowhere to be found or seen. Jin assumed that Jun was dead and swore revenge on Ogre.

Tekken 4

Jun makes a cameo appearance as a vision as Jin Kazama is about to finish off Heihachi Mishima. This causes Jin to spare Heihachi's life and flee away while saying, "Be thankful for my mother--Jun Kazama" (母さんー風間準に感謝しろ Kāsan--Kazama Jun ni kansha shiro). and Jin departs leaving behind one single white feather as a reference of Jun Kazama.

Tekken 5

In the Devil Within mode, Jin has heard that Jun may be alive. However, he does not find her anywhere. Instead, Jin confronts his worst nightmare, True Ogre, again.

Tekken 6

Jun is seen and mentioned numerous times during the prologue for the Scenario Campaign Mode for Tekken 6, in which Jin, Kazuya, and Heihachi retell the main events of the previous Tekken games. In this prologue, Kazuya Mishima describes how he met Jun. He also describes how he found her fearless and mysterious. Jin Kazama then describes how much he misses his mother and wishes that she were still with him. He then goes on to explain that he defeated Ogre in honor of Jun. Also recapping on Jin's Tekken 4 ending where Jin to spared Heihachi's life and flee away while saying, "Be thankful for Jun Kazama."

Other Appearances

Tekken: The Motion Picture

Jun is one of the central main characters in Tekken: The Motion Picture. As a child, Jun witnessed Kazuya Mishima being thrown off of a cliff by his father, Heihachi Mishima. She climbed down the cliff to try and save Kazuya but was unable to find him. She was haunted by this experience all through her childhood and into her adulthood. In the present day, Jun is an officer of the WWWC, a wildlife protection organization. She is highly psychic and can sense a mysterious power surrounding Kazuya (who is revealed to have survived the fall from the cliff).

She is teamed up with police officer Lei Wulong and their assignment is to investigate the Mishima Conglomerate's genetic engineering of bio-weapons, but she is constantly drawn to Kazuya; she can't let him give in to his hatred and kill his father, Heihachi. After many confrontations, Jun discovers that Kazuya is possessed by the Devil but is able to convince Kazuya to spare the life of Heihachi. The story jumps to the future to show that Jun is living a peaceful and happy life with her son, Jin Kazama. However, she is able to sense something strange in the air (most likely Ogre). She promises Jin that everything will be alright and the two leave together hand in hand.

Tekken Tag Tournament

Jun appeared as a playable character in Tekken Tag Tournament.

Tekken Tag Tournament Jun Kazama Ending

Tekken Tag Tournament Jun Kazama Ending

Ending Description: Jun finds her son in his devil form lying unconscious on the ground in Unknown's stage. She touches Devil Jin's forehead and turns him into his normal form but still unconscious. Jun smiles. When Jin wakes up, Jun is gone.

Jun in Devil's Ending: Jun is lying unconscious on the ground in Unknown's stage. Devil leans over her body, picks her up into his arms and flies away.

Tekken Tag Special Alliance Partners:

Tekken Movie (2010 film)

Jun Kazama appeared in the live-action Tekken movie. In this version, she was a single parent of Jin Kazama and died from an explosion set in motion by Kazuya Mishima's jackhammer forces. She was a Tekken fighter before. and serves as a source for Jin's motivation during his course in the tournament. Unlike in the game, she was sexually assaulted by Kazuya Mishima, which is how she got pregnant with her son Jin Kazama. Jun is portrayed by actress Tamlyn Tomita.

Tekken Tag Tournament 2

Jun returns in Tekken Tag Tournament 2. She has an entirely new stance and moves that separate her from Asuka Kazama, though she still retains her White Heron Dance/Blizzard Combo and other moves of the Kazama Style of fighting.

Jun also appears in the game's intro, watching the fight from a distance. Lili spots her and tries to analyze her, only to be caught and telekinetically have her binoculars destroyed.

Jun appears after Ogre's defeat in Arcade and Time Attack mode where she emerges from a white bright light, ready to fight. After being defeated, Jun will transform into the game's final boss, Unknown. The wolf spirit is nowhere to be seen.

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Jun Kazama's Arcade Ending

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Jun Kazama's Arcade Ending

Ending Description: Jun walks into the middle of a dark forest, where she begins to glow a white aura. As she does, the spirits of woodland creatures gather towards her and encircle her. They embrace her as she turns into a ball of white energy and shoots into the sky, creating many stars.

Special Alliance Partners:

Tekken Revolution

Jun appears as an unlockable playable character in Tekken Revolution. She was included along with Armor King as part of the Winter Campaign event.

Tekken (Titan Comics)

Jun has several cameo appearances in this comic. Jin remembers how he spared Heihachi and Kazuya upon seeing a vision of Jun, noting he spared them as an act of compassion in her name. During the final battle in issue 4, Heihachi mocks Jin's weakness in comparison to Kazuya's skills. Kazuya remarks Jin has nothing to do with him, and that Jin isn't half the fighter Jun was.


Prior Tekken Tag series, she does not have any counter throws.

In Tekken Tag 2, her gameplay, is a bit changed, such as having many new moves, while most of the moves like her Throw moves, such as her Armbar, Right attack button throw, and Suplex are removed.

Fighting Style

Jun fights using the Kazama Style martial arts.


Jun Kazama Moves


Jun Kazama/Quotes

Character Relationships

  • Kazuya Mishima - Her son's father who impregnated her. The exact nature of their relationship has never been revealed, but Jun tried to save Kazuya from the Devil after seeing the goodness in his heart, in their TTT2 win pose, Jun has a sad face while looking at Kazuya, as if regretting seeing Kazuya changed and fallen in villainy, and that she was unable to save him.
  • Jin Kazama - Her beloved son, she was affectionate and loving to her son, rising him in Yakushima until he was 15. She is one of the few individuals in Jin's life that still matter to him, and he swore to avenge her after she was apparently killed by Ogre, her memory is the one thing that keeps Jin from being fully consumed by his hatred and his only desire is having her on his side again.
    in their win pose in TTT2, Jun and Jin smile when looking at each other.
  • Asuka Kazama - Her relative.
  • Mr. Kazama - Her relative.
  • Unknown - Her non-canonical alternate form.
  • Heihachi Mishima - Her son's now-deceased grandfather. She rescued him from Kazuya in Tekken: The Motion Picture (non-canon). It's really unknown what their true relationship was, but it's evident she did trust him since she recommended Jin to search for him if anything were to happen to her.
  • Wang Jinrei - Jun defeated him in Tekken 2.
  • Ogre - Jun was attacked by Ogre before Tekken 3 began, her son Jin killed Ogre in her honor.
  • Devil Jin - Her son's Devil form, in their win pose in TTT2, Jun will block Devil Jin from moving with a simple gesture from her hand, trying to make her son get back to himself.
  • Lei Wulong - Her friend and ally in Tekken: The Motion Picture (non-canon).
  • Michelle Chang - Jun rescued her in Tekken: The Motion Picture from Kazuya Mishima (non-canon).
  • Angel - Angel is shown to be an entity within Jun in Tekken Forever (non-canon).
  • Steve Fox- Her Co-Competitor in the former Iron Fist tournament in the 2010 live-action movie (non-canon)



  • Jun's costume 'theme' seems to be white. This may be a reference to the universal symbol of good and purity.
    • The kanji for her given name (準 Jun) means "rule", "standard", "associate" or "to correspond". Ironically, her name can be read as Hitoshi (ひとし) when used as a male given name, similarly to her son's name Jin (仁). Due to her character design, her name is commonly mistaken as (純 Jun) meaning "pure".
  • There is speculation about whether or not the intimate meeting between Kazuya and Jun was consensual or that their meeting was simply an act of fate.
  • Jun wants to "save" Kazuya in a variety of ways regardless of how many times she fails to do so.[3]
  • The Tekken 6 art book revealed that Unknown was originally meant to be Jun's sister but the idea was dropped as a main story element when Tekken Tag Tournament became non-canonical.
  • Jun was considered for Tekken 3 as her portrait, voice and some moves can be found on the arcade version of the game through hacking. They were removed from the home port.
  • Ogre has some of Jun's moves, like her "Windmill Kick".
  • Jun has the ability to "repress" the devil gene in her son, Jin, with a single touch (as seen in her Tekken Tag Tournament ending). Asuka Kazama, who is known to be related to her, also has the same ability but hasn't realized her strange power yet.
  • Jun can also use telekinetic powers like her son's devil form as shown in her special win pose with him in Tekken Tag Tournament 2.
  • Jun, at 170 cm (5′7″), is the second tallest female fighter in Tekken.
  • Jun shares a personal interest with her son, Jin, a forest bathing.
  • In Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection, Asuka's hair can be customized to look like Jun's.
  • Jun's title of "Chosen One" has made her special even amongst other Kazamas, as stated in her Tekken 2 profile.
  • Jun would be 41 during Tekken 3, 43 during Tekken 4, 5 and 6, as if she appeared in those games, making her arguably the eldest female playable human character in the Tekken series; Jun may be in a tie with Nina Williams, who is chronologically 43 years as well, though physically 24.
  • In Tekken 6's Scenario Campaign mode, Alisa stated that a sibling of Jun's has opened the "Kazama-Style Traditional Martial Arts" dojo in Asuka's stage. It's unclear and unknown what she meant, however. Lee Chaolan will bring her name up directly in the initial conversation before continuing into the stage.

Tekken 2:

  • Jun's stage is Morning Fields.
  • Wang Jinrei is her sub-boss.
  • This is her only canonical appearance as a playable fighter in the main series.

Tekken 3:

  • In the opening, Jin is seen and Ogre is shown in the darkness holding something. It is usually interpreted either as the top of a temple pillar or head with long hair. It was speculated that it was Jun's severed head but Katsuhiro Harada stated that it was not her head.
  • She was also shown as a cameo in the arcade introduction video.
  • Jun has some leftover code in Tekken 3 Arcade machines, and can be made playable though a cheat engine, Jun has her portrait but the in-game version of her takes Nina's model, and Jin's moves.[4]

Tekken Tag Tournament:

  • Jun's ending is similar to Angel's.
  • Unknown always starts with her moveset.
  • Jun's white dress is her only non-canonical appearance, although her white dress didn't appear in gameplay.
  • Her Sub-boss Stage 7 is Kazuya Mishima. But her alternate sub-boss is Devil when you tag with Kazuya, Nina or Wang.

Tekken Tag Tournament 2:

  • Jun's current voice actress is Mamiko Noto.
  • Jun is the second final boss in Arcade mode. After she is defeated, she transforms into Unknown.
  • Jun's special win pose with Jin is one of the few times Jin Kazama is seen smiling.
  • In this game, Jun has a revised moveset; she retains many of her prior moves, but with the addition of two new stances, and various strings.
  • If defeated in Arcade mode by Jun Kazama, a special continue screen will be seen:
    • As the countdown goes down, Jun will walk up to the screen (this is in the first-person perspective of the defeated character) and will appear standing in front of the character, while staring them with an emotionless expression. She appears to offer a hand toward the player, but when the countdown ends, she pulls her hand away and coldly walks away from the player: all while making eye contact.


  • Jun's voice was also used for Final Fantasy character Yuna in the fan-made series Dead Fantasy.
  • Jun wears a pink tank top instead of white and white pants instead of black in issue 2 of Tekken 3 (Comic).


Jun Kazama/Gallery

See Also


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