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Tetsujin Tekken Revolution 2.png
Name Tetsujin
Origin Unknown2.png Unknown
Voiced By N/A
Fighting Style Tetsujin-Ken (Mimicry)
Age Unknown
Blood Type Cast Iron
Height 178 cm (5' 10")
Weight 100 kg (220 lbs)
Occupation Training Dummy
Hobby Mimicry
Likes Mimicry
Dislikes Unknown


Tetsujin (鉄人) first appeared as an unlockable character in Tekken Tag Tournament. Tetsujin is a metallic version of Mokujin, and like Mokujin, has no fighting style of his own. Instead, he chooses another playable character's fighting style and uses it. Tetsujin's fighting style changes after each round, and also when tagged out and back in. Unlike Mokujin, there is no female version of Tetsujin.

Games in order of appearance:

Spin-offs and Related Games

Tekken Tag Tournament

Gallery - Outfit

Character Portrait: Tetsujin
Tekken Tag Tournament screenshot: Tetsujin VS Mokujin.


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Tekken Tag Tournament is a non-canonical Tekken game containing no plot.

Ending (Unofficial Synopsis)
Mokujin and Tetsujin are practicing some Wushu-like moves with many other Mokujin. Mokujin, Tetsujin and the other Mokujin perform all of their moves in unison. This ending animation ends with Mokujin/Tetsujin and the Mokujin pointing at the screen. This ending takes place in Forest Law's second Tekken Tag Tournament stage, "Law-B".


  • If the player wins 10 consecutive matches in Arcade mode, VS. mode or Survival mode with any character, Tetsujin will take on a golden appearance (Kinjin).
  • Although it is not selectable in Theatre Mode, you can view Tetsujin's ending in his gold outfit by playing Arcade Mode as gold Tetsujin.
  • The "Gold Tetsujin" reappears in Tekken Revolution as "Kinjin" (Gold Man) like an other character.

Tekken Revolution

Gallery - Outfit

Tetsujin at the start of his pre-fight animation.
Tetsujin vs Lars

Tetsujin had returned in Tekken Revolution, as a non-playable sub-boss.


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Tekken Revolution is a non-canonical game, containing no plot.

  • In Tekken Revolution, Tetsujin, Mokujin, and Kinjin don't imitate a single character for every round like in previous games, but instead, they now use an original moveset consisting of a vast assortment of moves from Tekken Tag Tournament 2's character roster, similar to Combot.
  • In addition, Tetsujin also has modified versions of certain ones, which are exclusive to only him, Mokujin, and Kinjin. For example, he can repeat the first and second hits of Feng's f+2,1,2 and Ancient Ogre/Ogre's b+4,3,3+4 up to two times.


Character Trivia

  • Tetsujin's name written in kanji is "鉄人." When translated it literally means "iron man."
  • Tetsujin is a character that is only playable in Tekken Tag Tournament.
  • In Tekken Tag Tournament, Tetsujin can make a metal sound when hit by holding 'down' while the battle is loading.
  • Mokujin can be customized to look like Tetsujin in Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection and Tekken 6.
  • In Tekken 5 for the PS2, by using a action replay device, you can unlock what is presumed to be Tetsujin. He can also just be a beta mesh/model file, that Namco forgot to delete, since he looks like Mokujin, except he is colored a monotone silver.

Character Relationships

Important Notice! Because the character has been made non-canonical, none of the relationships apply to the canon story of the Tekken series