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Benimaru is a young and well-built man of average height. He is fair-skinned with collar-length, wavy black hair that partially covers the front of his face. Its right pupil is a red circle with a black dot in the center, and its iris is also black; while his left eye has a red iris and a white cross-shaped pupil reminiscent of the game of tic-tac-toe. He usually wears a somber expression on his face. Benimaru's outfit consists of a white T-shirt with a black vest over it, a gray kimono top that he only wears on his left arm, and Special Fire Force uniform pants that he tucks into his black boots. He previously wore black fingerless gloves and a black sweater wrapped around his waist.
Benimaru is quick-tempered, prefers to work alone or with his brigade, and can be somewhat disrespectful of many of his superiors. Despite this, he has great confidence in himself and his brigade. He cares for no other part of Tokyo than Asakusa, flouting the rules created by the Emperor and proudly acting on his own terms with his brigade. He is an honest man, although sometimes he is so honest that he is rude to others. Although Benimaru destroys buildings and homes in Asakusa when he faces hell, he is viewed as a hero and benevolent by the townspeople. He seems to care about Asakusa and the people who live in it and is upset at having to end the life of someone he once knew and becomes extremely angry when misinformed. as shown by the cause of Kantarō's death, which angers him enough that he fights the entire 8th Brigade.
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He is generally very calm and collected even when cleaning infernals, but when angry he fights ruthlessly. He also has a hot-blooded side that prides himself on his skills and craves opponents who will give him a fight worth his time. Benimaru is an original country idealist who prefers to be called Shinmon Benimaru and calls others by their family names before their given names. At the beginning of the attack on Asakusa, Benimaru was hesitant and unsure about stepping up as a leader and taking control of the citizens. He preferred to let Konro do the work, but after encouraging his brigade, he eventually went ahead. Despite his nonchalant demeanor, Benimaru is quite passionate about the value of free will and despises the dogmatic beliefs of Saint Sol, who preaches blind faith over human endeavors and despises the oppressive nature of the gods.