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  • Happosai
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  • El Happosai es un barco de mayor tamaño que los siete Ipposai, posee dos mástiles y tres velas. Los mástiles tienen en su parte superior una bandera. La vela del primer mástil tiene el símbolo de la armada plasmado en ella. La parte superior del casco es color oscuro y como mascarón de proa posee la cabeza de un tigre.
  • Happosai (八宝斎 Happōsai?) is the founder and grandmaster of Anything Goes Martial Arts, having taught Genma Saotome and Soun Tendo. He is known as much for his perversion was as his martial arts mastery. "Happōsai" has the same sound as "八宝菜," or "eight treasures dish," a popular Chinese seafood dish in Japan. The 斎 character that 菜 has been replaced with was historically a common ending for martial arts masters' names.
  • Happosai (八宝斎, Happōsai?) is the legandary perverted master of Soun Tendo and Genma Saotome who returned to ruin their lives. After drinking too much one day, Genma and Soun were able to tie him up in a basket and seal him away in a cave, despite the fact that they could have easily killed him (which would have ensured beyond all doubt that he would never bother them again) in the vulnerable state he was in at the time. Happosai was also responsible for the naming of Pantyhose and teaching Hinako Ninomiya her metabolism altering techniques.
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  • Formerly Cologne
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  • Armada Happo
English Voice
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  • 八宝塞
Primera
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  • PaisdelasFloresColores
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  • Happōsai
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Residence
Age
  • 300
  • Roughly 118-220
Affiliation
Hair
  • White
Name
  • Happosai
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Kanji
  • 八宝斎
Rōmaji
  • Happōsai
Love interest
Also known as
  • Grandfather Happosai, by Akane
  • Grandpa, by Kasumi
  • Happy, by Cologne, Rakkyosai
  • Master, Foul Little Gnome, by Soun and Genma
  • Old Goat, by Taro
  • The Wicked Old Master, by Principal Kuno
  • Old Freak, Old Letch, Old Man, Little Freak, by Ranma
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Occupation
  • Martial Artist
  • Theif
Gender
  • Male
Kana
  • はっぽうさい
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  • El Happosai es un barco de mayor tamaño que los siete Ipposai, posee dos mástiles y tres velas. Los mástiles tienen en su parte superior una bandera. La vela del primer mástil tiene el símbolo de la armada plasmado en ella. La parte superior del casco es color oscuro y como mascarón de proa posee la cabeza de un tigre.
  • Happosai (八宝斎, Happōsai?) is the legandary perverted master of Soun Tendo and Genma Saotome who returned to ruin their lives. After drinking too much one day, Genma and Soun were able to tie him up in a basket and seal him away in a cave, despite the fact that they could have easily killed him (which would have ensured beyond all doubt that he would never bother them again) in the vulnerable state he was in at the time. For many years Happosai stayed locked away until the seal was broken and he escaped. His first targets were Soun and Genma, after making their lives a living hell, Ranma decided to intervene and quickly found he was no match for Happosai. Happosai loves to steal women's undergarments. He has a large collection of bras and panties that he carries around in a large sack. He can often be found groping women and making a nuisance of himself. In fact, if he doesn't touch a woman regularly, he becomes sick and weak. Happosai was also responsible for the naming of Pantyhose and teaching Hinako Ninomiya her metabolism altering techniques. Happosai can be broken down to "eight treasures together," possibly a joke about his panty collection. “Sai” is a kanji character used for the end of pen names of some kinds of masters (In this case, a master of martial arts). "Happosai" is also a Chinese sidedish.
  • Happosai (八宝斎 Happōsai?) is the founder and grandmaster of Anything Goes Martial Arts, having taught Genma Saotome and Soun Tendo. He is known as much for his perversion was as his martial arts mastery. "Happōsai" has the same sound as "八宝菜," or "eight treasures dish," a popular Chinese seafood dish in Japan. The 斎 character that 菜 has been replaced with was historically a common ending for martial arts masters' names.
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