Ryuji is a teenage boy. He has spiky short teal hair with one of the spikes going across his face and pale purple eyes. He wears Minazuki Academy High School boy's uniform - a black shirt, a maroon vest, a plaid lavender tie, a white blazer, black pants, and khaki shoes. He also wears rimless glasses.
Ryuji wishes to become an actor in the special effects association. Though he likes to wear superhero suits and head wears, Ryuji is actually extremely serious. He demands so much from himself and requires the same from others; Ryuji is especially tough on his classmates. Despite this, Ryuji is not a bad guy overall. He had some interaction with the theater club at Kisaragi Academy, and through this he has met Sakutaro Morishige and hit it off with him. Sakutaro is one of the few people whom he considers a friend. He is Curara Teshimizu's childhood friend.
Ryuji is found hiding inside a locker alongside Curara from a monster inside the operating room. When Ayame and Ritsuko enters the room, the monsters starts to attack Ayame and Ryuji runs out with a broom in hand to attack the monster from behind. However, the monster swats at Ryuji, sending him flying towards the locker, knocking him out. After Ayame incapacitates the monster Ryuji comes back to his senses and helps to tie up the monster. Ryuji and Curara joins them as they try to escape from the hospital. As they enter the entrance they are met with many SWAT solders. One of them hits Curara in the head with a gas bomb, knocking her out. Ryuji runs to help her, meeting the same fate.
Corpse Party 2 DEAD PATIENT Drama CD
While not appearing in voice in the Drama CD, he is mentioned to be locked up in the gas chamber with Curara and Tomohisa and if Ayame, Chiyomi and Ritsuko don't participate in Masami's treasure hunt, they will be killed.
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In Corpse Party 2 DEAD PATIENT Drama CD Masami tells the group that at the end of the Drama CD (He mentions the whole deal being a Drama CD) that it will be a wrong end, possibly hinting at the deaths of his prisoners.