Genre: Drama, Mystery, Military, Spy, Historical
With World War ll right around the corner, intelligence on other countries’ social and economic situation has become a valuable asset. As a result, Japan, has established a new spy organization known as the “D Agency” to obtain this weapon.
Under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Yuuki, eight agents have been assigned to infiltrate and observe some of the most powerful countries, reporting on any developments associated with the war. In order to carry out these dangerous tasks, these men have trained their bodies to survive in extreme conditions and studied numerous fields such as communications and languages. However, their greatest strength lies in their ability to manipulate people in order to obtain the information necessary to give their nation the upper hand.
He is the founder of D-Agency, a lieutenant colonel to the Imperial Japanese Army and also a spymaster. He once worked as a spy and given the nickname “Demon Lord”. He was originally known as Akira Arisaki, the adopted son of Viscount Arisaki. He was very intelligent and consistently got the top grades as a student, but he would be expelled from military school for his cowardice tactics when fighting. This led him to open up the D-Agency, or so is how the information trail he left behind explains, but the spy who uncovers this information finds that it may all be a fabrication taken from another individual altogether.
He is a narcissist with a little bit of arrogance. He often talks in a sarcastic tone. Like Kaminaga, he often works overseas. At first, he acts bitter towards Sakuma due to his fixed thought about the military. But this soon changes after their first mission together.
First Lieutenant of the Japanese Imperial Army. By the instructions of his superior, Colonel Mutou, he is sent over to the D Agency, a secret department established within the army. He acts as a liaison for the general staff. Though he inspects the state of D Agency, he is often astounded by their vast abilities. Due to his honest character as a military man, he holds many grudges against their unreserved remarks.