10 Facts About Katsuhiro Harada


Katsuhiro Harada is a Japanese game director and producer for Bandai Namco Entertainment.


Katsuhiro Harada is best-known for his work with the fighting game series Tekken.


Katsuhiro Harada worked hard and ended up securing a place at Waseda University.


Katsuhiro Harada has studied judo, karate and a little bit of taekwondo in the past.


Katsuhiro Harada attended Waseda University along with Dead or Alive creator Tomonobu Itagaki and holds a degree in psychology.


Katsuhiro Harada's parents were initially unhappy with his pursuit in a career with the video game industry, but have since accepted him in his work.


Thanks to the award, Katsuhiro Harada now had a platform to approach the management and request that they move him into game development.


Katsuhiro Harada voiced Forest Law in Tekken 3 and Tekken Tag Tournament, Marshall Law from Tekken until Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection, Yoshimitsu from Tekken until Tekken Tag Tournament and Kunimitsu in Tekken.


Katsuhiro Harada is known within the fanbase for his sense of humor, such as his comical rivalry with former Street Fighter director, Yoshinori Ono, jokes around the character Leo in Tekken 6 because of the ambiguous gender, and for attending EVO 2017 in a shirt that read "Don't Ask Me for Shit".


Katsuhiro Harada is a member of Project Soul and makes an appearance in Soulcalibur V as a bonus character.