|“||We only get these children for three short years. During that time, one must wonder, did they enjoy their classes? Will they remember them as valuable, meaningful experiences? After all their worries, resolutions, life lessons and moments of personal growth... ...will they look back at these three years during graduation and say, 'I really enjoyed this school'?||”|
—Hajime Yamazaki, Corpse Party (CHAPTER 4)
Hamjime is a middle-aged man of below average height and above average weight. He has gray eyes hair and beard, and is balding. He wears a white shirt, a dark blue button-up sweater, and a brown jacket.
Hamjime is a 56year-old teacher at Kisaragi Academy and teaches English to classroom 2-9. He has a deep affection for his students and, by his sympathetic behavior, he has given many of his former students dreams and hopes of going to Yale. Yui is one of his former students. These times he is often away on trips to academic conferences and leaves Yui in charge of classroom 2-9 as the assistant homeroom teacher. Seeing his students having fun always makes him smile happily.
Hajime is met in Yui's flashback in CHAPTER 4's extra ending. There he encourages a doubting Yui by telling her she has talent, and that the students appreciate and look up to her.
Corpse Party: Blood Drive
CHAPTER 00『 A Faint Light 』
Hajime appears very briefly and tells his students to sit down.
CHAPTER 04『 Pillars of the Six Demons 』
In homeroom, the students notice that the moon is looking mysterious and begin to panic. Some of the girls stand on their desks to see clearer, and Hajime tells the students to calm down and to start the lesson since there's nothing they can do about the moon. He also adds that the girls on their desks need to sit down because the boys can see up their skirts like that.