Takuya Uzaki
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Media Info
Japanese 宇崎 拓也
Translation Uzaki Takuya
Dub Name Tyler Osgood
Game Debut Danball Senki (PSP)
Anime Debut Episode 05
Appears in Game, Anime, Manga
Voice Actor Yuuichi Nakamura
Personal Info
Gender Male
Status Active
Relatives Yuusuke Uzaki (older brother)
Occupation Founder of the Seekers
Former Head of Tiny Orbit's R&D
Tiny Orbit CEO
Affiliation(s) Seeker
Tiny Orbit
LBX: Hornet

Takuya Uzaki (宇崎 拓也) is a supporting character in the Danball Senki series. He is the younger brother of Yuusuke Uzaki, and is the founder of the Seekers.


Together with Ren Hiyama, he once worked as an assistant of Junichirou Yamano. He carries a resentment towards Yoshimitsu Kaidou due to a scheme that killed his father. He founded the Seekers group on that basis.


Season 1

Takuya enters Blue Cats Coffee again, joking at Ren’s lack of customers until he’s told that the Innovators plan to assassinate Prime Minister Sousuke Zaizen during his inauguration parade and a sniper type LBX will be the catalyst. Before he can consider his options, Ren shows him a bag with a LBX and a letter sent to Blue Cats. Following the letter’s instructions: “borrow the strength of the children with the white LBX”, he deduces that Ban Yamano is involved. He arrives in front of Kitajima’s Model Shop and introduces himself before asking them to witness something at Blue Cats. To prove they are on the same side, he gives Kazu a new LBX named Hunter unknowingly provided by his brother, Yuusuke Uzaki.

During the mission, he guides the three. When Kazu destroys the decoy LBX, he finds the building where Jackal planted the real LBX Assassin. His initial worries about the children's ability are gone once Kazu rids his nerves to destroy Assassin's rifles, and Ban and Ami destroy the LBX, reconsidering having more faith in the letter's promise. After the kids stop Jackal from assassinating the prime minister, he and Ren tell the three about Professor Yamano being alive, and recruit them into their group against the Innovators.

During episodes seven and eight, he and Ren explaining the events that led to Professor Yamano's kidnapping and the Innovators were the ones behind the assassination attempt. He follows with the reason why Ban's father was kidnapped: to develop the Eternal Cycler, an infinitely powered engine that could solve all the world's energy problem, but changed once it was revealed once it was revealed. Takuya realized that the data for the Cycler inside the Core Skeleton, leading to Ban receiveing AX-00 and Achilles. Takuya also explains the Death Lock system. He promises the three that the Innovators will target them, and advice them to noticed them in case, while promising to tell him if they can find Junichiro's location. He also determines that Hunter was developed in order to support Ban and Achilles, hence the decision to give Kazuya, Hunter. However, he withholds information to them about the whereabouts of Ban's father. After they leave, Takuya assures Ren that telling them about Ban’s father’s location at Angel Star would put them in more danger. With enough preparations, the two conclude that Tougorou Kamiya was involved while secretly being recorded by Kunoichi. However, Lex noticed that the kids may have realized that and went to save them during their assault on Angel Star. Despite their arrival, Professor Yamano had already been taken to another location. He tells Ban, Ami, and Kazu that they found out that Angel Star was where Professor Yamano was being held, but they were planning to sneak in with more information and planning much to their dismay.

As a frequent visitor of Blue Cats and Tiny Orbit's Development Department head, he often appears during the course of the story helping out Ban and co. with the development of new LBXs and briefs on the Seeker's plans.

During the Artemis Tournament, he "visits" Tiny Orbit despite not having an official meeting scheduled with his former co-worker Sae Kirino in order to meet his brother, Yuusuke. However, his meeting isn't positive as he aggressively questions his brother for his lack of effort against the Innovators. When Yuusuke rebuttals with the consequences of using Tiny Orbit as a weapon against his adversaries, Takuya reveals that he noticed his brother at the Underground Viscidous tournament in disguise, assisting Ban with unlocking Advanced V-Mode and removing the automatic function. Takuya’s resentment towards his brother stems from only focusing on Tiny Orbit, a fact he discusses with Ren before the start of Artemis. He points out Kaidou Yoshimitsu’s response and their father’s death for attempting to fight and his desire to stop that monster.

In W episode 6, Tiny Orbit was facing stock crashes due to the LBX invasion and he’s at risk of resignation. Around the same time, Tiny Orbit is bought out by Crystar Ingram, who places Kawamura Muneto, a former Innovator member in charge of the company much to his shock. As he leaves, his assistant, Sue Karino promises to handle the rest in his absence. The same day, he meets with Yagami where the two dicuss Crystar Ingram and Omega Dain having a connection. Yagami then asks him to go a secret mission.