Top definition
He is the oldman that is the villain from Tekken series. Two years ago, Heihachi failed to capture Ogre. He made his researchers collect blood and tissue left behind by Ogre and attempted to create a new life form by combining its genetic material with his own. The experiment failed, however, and Heihachi learned that he lacked the Devil Gene necessary to integrate Ogre’s genome into his. In order to obtain the Devil Gene, Heihachi searched for Jin, who transformed into a devil during the last Tournament. During the search, Heihachi learned that the body of his son, Kazuya - whom he killed 20 years ago - was stored at a cutting-edge biotech firm called G Corporation. Heihachi ordered his Tekken Force to raid G Corporation in an attempt to obtain Kazuya’s remains. They obliterated G Corporation’s laboratory, and the mission appeared to be successful. …That was until Kazuya, revived by G Corporation, retaliated and caused the mission to fail. Heihachi needed Kazuya or Jin’s body to create the new life form. After much deliberation, an evil smile crept onto Heihachi’s lips. The next day, an announcement was made for The King of Iron Fist Tournament 4, with the Mishima Zaibatsu as the prize.
by Samurai Katsu October 15, 2003
Get the mug
Get a heihachi mug for your friend Jovana.
One of the Youngest Samurai defending the Rice Village, Kanna, from the Nobuseri in the widely unknown (but still good) anime show, Samurai 7, based on Akira Kurosawa's Movie, Seven Samurai. Heihachi dies by blowing the floor out to keep the Nobuseri away from Kanna. He wears goggles like a Pilot and has a weathercharm hanging from his sword. He used to cut wood with his katana, and even though he fought in the last war, he has never killed anyone. Due to his 'shy and timid' character, he worked as a mechanic, and not in direct battle. When Heihachi DOES fight, he pwns all. Also called Hei by fans

First Apperence: Episode 5, The Drifter
Age: (not exact) Early-20's
Last Name: Hayashida
Last Apperence: Episode 25

"Samurai have no reason to be cruel. They do not need to prove their strength. A samurai is courteous even to his enemies. Without this outward show of respect, we are nothing more than animals. A samurai is respected not only for his strength in battle, but also by his dealings with other men. The true inner strength of a samurai becomes apparent during times of stress." Heihachi Hayashida represents the part of the Bushido Code, Pilite Courtesy.
by RandomTomBoy December 21, 2006
Get the mug
Get a Heihachi mug for your guy Sarah.
THAT old guy from Tekken that everybody wants to beat the crap out of.
by Anonymous September 12, 2003
Get the mug
Get a heihachi mug for your friend Günter.
buy the domain for your travel vlog
In Tekken 4, he appears as the final boss, wearing nothing but a.....what the Hell? Is that a thong? And I can't believe people say that Virtua Fighter is gay.
I didn't plan on plunking down my hard-earned cash to buy Tekken 4 just to see Heihachi wearing a thong. Sick.
by anime_sucks May 16, 2004
Get the mug
Get a Heihachi mug for your friend Günter.
Very, very bad hairday.
Holy shit did you see Jimmeh's hair?! It's way Heihachi.
by enjuneer November 23, 2003
Get the mug
Get a heihachi mug for your bunkmate Paul.
Word originated in Cambridge, England for a mixed cannabis-tobacco joint.
"This heihachi is the gud shit"
by James Ralph January 17, 2004
Get the mug
Get a heihachi mug for your brother-in-law Vivek.