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Jin Kirigiri was the headmaster of Hope's Peak Academy up until his execution, after which Monokuma/The Mastermind took over. Jin was the father of the Ultimate Detective Kyoko Kirigiri, one of the Academy's students and the participants of Class 78th Killing Game.
Jin returned in Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak Academy - Side: Despair. Jin appears in the novel Danganronpa/Zero and plays a minor role in Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc.
In the game, he is voiced by Kappei Yamaguchi in the Japanese version of the game, and by Keith Silverstein in the English version of the game.
In the anime, he is voiced by Rikiya Koyama in the Japanese version of the anime, and by J. Michael Tatum in the English version of the anime.
Jin is a man in his thirties. He has dark purple hair and eyes resembling his daughter's. He wears a black suit with a purple tie.
In Danganronpa 3 Jin's hair appears to be black. He wears the same suit and purple tie.
Jin is capable of being completely calm, similar to his daughter. He is also mentioned to have a surprisingly light and cheerful voice at times. Jin is strict to the whole school but has soft feelings for Kyoko, and was also impressed by how much she had already discovered when he asked her to investigate Izuru Kamukura and The Tragedy of Hope's Peak Academy in Danganronpa/Zero.
In Makoto Naegi's Worst Day Ever, he is portrayed as being somewhat understanding towards the troublemaker student Nagito Komaeda, because he knows the boy doesn't really mean any harm. Still, he has to constantly worry because of his doings.Jin is shown to firmly believe in luck as a talent, using Nagito's extraordinary luck as an example.