Hakuryuu (白竜(はくりゅう)) is the captain and forward of Unlimited Shining and Zero which appeared in Inazuma Eleven GO the Movie: The Ultimate Bonds Gryphon. He is also a forward for Shinsei Inazuma Japan in Inazuma Eleven GO VS Danball Senki W.

In Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone - Raimei and in the manga, he represents the third power described in the Hasha no Seiten, becoming a "midfielder of unparalleled accuracy" after Mixi Maxing with Shokatsu Koumei.

In Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy, he appeared as the forward and captain of Resistance Japan.


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  • "A remarkable player even among the SEEDs. Utterly sure of his skills."
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He has long, platinum-colored hair and has a silvery-white ponytail at the back. His eyes have a reddish-brown color. For his height, he is taller than some of his teammates and has a fair skin tone. His casual clothes are a dark gray button-up shirt under a white jacket.


At the beginning of the movie, he was very arrogant, calling himself and his teammates as the "perfect players". He was also rivals with Tsurugi when they were young because they were trained on the island to be the best players. After his defeat at the end of the movie, he became a really nice person understanding what he did was wrong. Even though he seems like a tough and hard person he actually has a soft side. In the Raimei version of Chrono Stone it's revealed that he learned more from playing with Raimon and becomes friendlier and sees the value in teamwork.


He appeared at the end of episode 13 watching the match of Inazuma Japan and Mach Tiger. He grinned in a mysterious way, after seeing Inazuma Japan win the match.

Hakuryuu appeared in episode 14 as Resistance Japan's captain. It was shown in a flashback that Fudou Akio said to Hakuryuu that they were going to play a soccer match against Inazuma Japan, and he was delighted.

When Inazuma Japan were about to start training at the Seaside Stadium inside the Odaiba Soccer Garden, Hakuryuu shot a ball at Tsurugi to get his attention, Tsurugi deflected it back, but Hakuryuu kicked it into the ground to stop it. Hakuryuu then introduced himself as a member of Zero, and said that they were going to play a practice match against them, in which Inazuma Japan agreed on.

At the beginning of the match, Hakuryuu shot with White Hurricane, and then Yukimura Hyouga chained the shot with his Panther Blizzard, which scored the first goal, making Ibuki's gloves burn from the power and forcefulness of the shot. Mahoro Tadashi scored the second goal, and Hakuryuu scored with White Hurricane. The match ended with a score of 3-1 to Resistance Japan. Resistance Japan were handling Japan with ease from beginning to end, except the Raimon trio, who actually felt like a challenge to them.

In episode 15, Manabe made the shooting simulation that Ibuki was using in the Black Room, Hakuryuu the one who was shooting at him. Although it was only a programme and simulation of Hakuryuu, he still had the same power and abilities the real Hakuryuu does.


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He first appeared in the movie in some sort of place where he is seen destroying it with his keshin and Kibayama was watching him. Later, his team, Unlimited Shining, appeared, and have a match with Raimon. Before it started, he and Tsurugi had a talk. During the match, Raimon was badly beaten after Hakuryuu used White Hurricane, and lost 12-0. Before he left, he was seen talking to Tsurugi about being a third rate SEED. After that, Hakuryuu vanished. Later, he appeared when Tsurugi was training, in his uniform, and talked to him. 

Then, he reappeared as the captain and forward of Zero, the combination team of Unlimited Shining and Ancient Dark. At the debut of the match, he was seen to make pass with the others members of the team. Then, he scored the first goal for Zero with a normal shoot which was able to beat Sangoku easily. He also used Seijuu Shining Dragon to break through Sousha Maestro, Kensei Lancelot and Majin Pegasus, and scored the second goal using his keshin hissatsu, White Breath.

When Tenma's keshin evolved into Majin Pegasus Arc, Hakuryuu's keshin wasn't strong enough to stop Majin Pegasus Arc and his keshin was broken through.

Later, his teammates lent him their strength, so that Hakuryuu would be able to make Keshin Fusion, Sei Kishi Arthur, with Shuu and score a goal with Sword Excalibur.

At the end of the match, he used Zero Magnum with Shuu, but Sangoku stopped it with a new hissatsu, Burai Hand. Shindou, Tsurugi and Tenma then used Evolution, Hebino couldn't stop it with Serpent Fang, and he and Shuu stopped the shoot with Zero Magnum. When Zero tied the match with Raimon, he shook hands with Tsurugi as he stated that he will return to play soccer from the basics in order to defeat his biggest rival, Tsurugi.

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Seijuu Shining Dragon Armed InaDan HQ

Hakuryuu Armed.

He first appeared in the changing room with the other members, preparing for the match. He played with his team, Shinsei Inazuma Japan, against Inazuma Legend Japan. Hakuryuu used his Keshin in the match, Seijuu Shining Dragon and also use Keshin Armed with it. Then, he used Dragon Blaster but much to his surprise, Endou left the goal and Kabeyama, Kazemaru and Sakuma stopped his Dragon Blaster with Deep Jungle. He later plays against Destructchers with his team. He made a mighty shoot though it was stopped by Asta's Asterisk Rock.

Game appearance

Character avatar

Casual Hakuryuu casual clothes sprite
Raimon's jacket Hakuryuu Mugshot CS (Jacket)
Unlimited Shining's uniform Hakuryuu Mugshot CS (Unlimited Shining)
Zero's uniform Hakuryuu Mugshot CS (Zero)
Raimon's uniform Hakuryuu Mugshot CS (Raimon) (CS) Hakuryu (Mix Komei)
Resistance Japan (RJ) Hakuryu

Wii avatar

Choice screen Hakuryuu Small Icon Wii
Soccer uniform Hakuryuu Zero Wii Sprite

SD avatar

Oden SD Avatar Hakuryuu (Oden)

Character view

Front overview Back overview Front close view Back close view
Zero's soccer uniform Hakuryuufrontview3ds
Raimon jacket Hakuryuu casual front full Hakuryuu casual back full Hakuryuu casual front Hakuryuu casual back


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In order to recruit Hakuryuu, Zero has to be defeated first in the post-game. Also, the following requirements are needed:

  • Player: Nitta Miru
  • Player: Hoda Mitsuhiro
  • Player: Saki Yukio
  • Item: Ultimate Management Manual (究極の管理マニュアル, dropped from either Unlimited Shining or Ancient Dark)

After this, he can be scouted for an amount of 15960 Kizuna points.

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All stats are at level 99 and untrained.

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  • GP: 161
  • TP: 156
  • Kick: 178
  • Dribbling: 126
  • Technique: 150
  • Block: 84
  • Speed: 91
  • Stamina: 90
  • Catch: 57
  • Lucky: 91
  • Freedom: 85
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All stats are fully upgraded.

Inazuma Eleven Strikers 2012 Xtreme
  • TP: 170
  • Kick: A
  • Guard: C
  • Body: A
  • Speed: B
  • Control: A
  • Catch: C
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All stats are at S-rank, level 50, limit break 10, fully upgraded, all skills learned and all kizuna unlocked.


  • GP: 225
  • TP: 94
  • Kick: 61
  • Dribble: 46
  • Block: 34
  • Catch: 24


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  • Hakuryuu (白竜) means "White Dragon", which is also a reference to his keshin Seijuu Shining Dragon.
    • His dub name, Bailong, is the Chinese word with the same meaning.
  • In Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone - Raimei, he reveals that he doesn't like chocolate, and that in his spare time he sometimes likes to watch comedians and pseudoscientific dissemination shows on TV.


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