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Taka'aki Morofushi

Taka'aki Morofushi Profile.png

Japanese name: 諸伏 高明
(Morofushi Takaaki)
Age: 35
Gender: Male
Date of birth: unknown
Relatives: Mr. Morofushi (father, deceased)
Mrs. Morofushi (mother, deceased)
Hiromitsu Morofushi (younger brother, deceased)
Occupation: Nagano Prefecture Police Inspector
Status: Alive
Nicknames: Komei (高明)
First appearance: Manga: File 682
Anime: Episode 558
Appearances: Chapters: 25
Chapters: 1
Episodes: 16
Openings: 2
Closings: 2
Keyhole number: Volume 65
Japanese voice: Sho Hayami
Nobuhiko Okamoto (young)
English voice: Rayner Gabriel (Macias Group)

Taka'aki Morofushi (諸伏 高明 Morofushi Takaaki?), more commonly known as Komei (高明 Kōmei?) is a character in the manga and anime franchise Detective Conan.

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Morofushi's parents died prematurely, and while he remained in Nagano, his younger brother Hiromitsu was taken in by relatives in Tokyo and thus separated from Morofushi.

Morofushi first met Kansuke Yamato in elementary school.[1] Morofushi's exploits were sánh well known there that a book about a child solving a case in an elementary school, titled "Kōmei-kun from Second Grade Class A!", was based off of him (another character in the book was based off of Yamato).[1] Morofushi cherishes the book, keeping it in the glove compartment of his siêu xe, as the author was a friend of his.[1]

After (presumably) graduating from high school, Morofushi went to tướng Tokyo to tướng vì thế a university degree, and finished top of his class. Then (presumably) he returned to tướng Nagano and joined the prefectural police force, where climbed the ladder over the years and eventually became an Inspector. He once abandoned his job briefly in an attempt to tướng save Yamato (who had been left to tướng die in an avalanche),[1] and while Yamato was eventually safe, Morofushi was demoted and sent to tướng work at a local police station.[1]


Morofushi is generally shown to tướng be calm and well-mannered, in contrast to tướng the quick-tempered Yamato. According to tướng Yamato, Morofushi tends to tướng ignore others completely while investigating a case, and sometimes even goes out of his jurisdiction. If he has to tướng, Morofushi will put his life on the line.


Morofushi is highly skilled at the art of deduction, unlike many of the other police characters in Detective Conan. He also knows a lot about the Three Kingdoms era (an era in Chinese history lasting from 220 CE to tướng 280 CE), and frequently quotes two of the most prominent military strategists of that era, namely Zhuge Liang (诸葛亮) and Zhou Yu (周瑜).


Plot overview

Red Wall Case (Manga: 682-686, Anime: 558-561)

Morofushi is the first to tướng realize that by looking at red things for a long time and then looking at something white, one sees green in the afterimage (this dying message thus implies the Italian flag, a vital clue to tướng uncovering the culprit). While he texts Yamato "the late Kōmei" as a hint, he is abused by the culprit, who smacks Morofushi's head and renders him unconscious. The culprit later sets the house on fire to tướng kill Morofushi, but he is able to tướng escape before the whole house is engulfed by flames.

Later on, together with Conan and Yamato, Morofushi devises a scheme to tướng trick the culprit to tướng that the police can arrest him with ease.

Eye for an Eye (Manga: 783-784, Anime: 653-654)

It is revealed that Morofushi has managed to tướng get back to tướng the prefectural police force.

The Red Woman (Manga: 874-875, Anime: 754-756)

Kawanakajima Murder Case (Manga: 913-917, Anime: 810-812)

Kaitou Kid and the Fairy's Lips (Manga: 1018-1021, Anime: 983-984)

Morofushi arrives at the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Headquarters to tướng retrieve an envelope addressed to tướng him, and stumbles upon a case involving Kaitou Kid after meeting Jirokichi Suzuki. While talking on the phone with Yamato, Yui Uehara mentions that he had a younger brother who had moved to tướng Tokyo after their parents' deaths and working in MPD. Morofushi replies that he has not been in touch with his younger brother, and thus does not know where he is or what he is doing.

After seeing through Kid's tricks and "solving" the case, he meets up with Sato and Takagi, who hands him the envelope. Inside, Morofushi finds a phone with a huge hole on the screen and the letter "H" written on the back. Morofushi thus realizes that it is his brother Hiromitsu's phone, and conjectures that he has been working for the Public Security Bureau and died while carrying out some undercover mission. The number "0" is on the back of the envelope, which reminds Morofushi of the time when Hiromitsu called him and told him excitedly that he had made a friend nicknamed "Zero" in Tokyo.

Nagano Snowy Mountains Case (Manga: 1028-1031, Anime: 1003-1005)

Morofushi, along with Yamato and Uehara, investigates the đoạn Clip footage of the crime scene shot by Kogoro. He sees Amuro in the đoạn Clip and realizes that he has met him before. After thinking for a while, Morofushi recalls that when he was studying in Tokyo, he met up with Hiromitsu, who took "Zero" with him and told him that they were good friends and that both aspired to tướng be a police officer. Morofushi thus suspects that the envelope was sent by Amuro. Shortly after this, his former quấn, Kuroda, talks to tướng him in private; the conversation is not revealed to tướng us readers, but it can be deduced from his subsequent behavior that Morofushi is instructed by Kuroda to tướng pretend to tướng not know Amuro.

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After finally arriving at the crime scene, Morofushi greets Kogoro only and asks him who Amuro and Wakita are (Kogoro replies that they are his apprentices). As Yamato yells at him, telling him enter the church and start doing work, Morofushi goes past Amuro and says "every moment is precious and not a moment should be wasted." with the inner monologue "time is money, as the saying goes."

Nagano-Gunma Prefectural Border Murder Case (Manga: 1082-1084, Anime: TBD)

Morofushi became acquitance with Yamamura learning that he was friends with Hiromitsu.

Non-canon plot overview

Relationships analysis

Hiromitsu Morofushi

Taka'aki and Hiromitsu Morofushi are siblings. After their parents' death, Hiromitsu was taken in by relatives in Tokyo and was separated from Taka'aki, but they still kept a good relationship. Their liên hệ was forced to tướng stop when Hiromitsu quitted the Tokyo MPD and "took on another assignment" (i.e. began working for the PSB). Afterwards, Hiromitsu became an undercover and died during his mission, but Taka'aki was not aware of this until he retrieves Hiromitsu's broken phone four years later and infers from the phone the fate of his younger brother.

Kansuke Yamato

The rivalry between Yamato and Morofushi is mostly friendly, in which they see who can solve a case first. The two are also friends, and although they sometimes clash (with Yamato being quite rude to tướng Morofushi), the overall relationship is not affected, and they keep working closely.

Morofushi is grateful that Yamato has introduced him to tướng Conan, as he realizes after the Red Wall Case that Conan is highly intelligent.[1] He even believes, and confides this to tướng Yamato, that if it were not for Conan's observations, they would have never even come close to tướng solving the case.[1] He even compares Conan to tướng a young version of Zhuge Liang.[1]

Name origin

The Komei nickname in kanji with a katakana reading.

Morofushi's name has a lot to tướng vì thế with Zhuge Liang (诸葛亮), a prominent Chinese military strategist living in the Three Kingdoms era. The courtesy name of Zhuge Liang is "孔明", which is pronounced as "Kōmei" in Japanese. Morofushi's given name "高明" is also pronounced in this way with the on'yomi reading, or the Sino-Japanese reading ("Taka'aki", on the other hand, is the kun'yomi reading, or native reading, of "高明"). Furthermore, the on'yomi reading of Morofushi ("Shofuku") is somewhat similar to tướng the Japanese pronunciation of the Chinese surname 诸葛 ("Shokatsu").


Make no intrusion into others' affairs. When it comes to tướng relationships between close people, outsiders must never interfere.[citation needed]


  • During Morofushi's first appearance, after hearing him noting that the case is under his department's jurisdiction and learning his name, Conan inwardly commented "Shokatsu no Kōmei" (Komei's jurisdiction). This is a pun on the Japanese reading of Zhuge Kongming.

Different looks

In other languages

Language Given Name Family Name
Flag of Japan Japanese 高明 Taka'aki 諸伏 Morofushi
Flag of China Chinese (Simplified) 高明 Gāomíng 诸伏 Zhūfú

See also

  • Characters


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Main Characters
Protagonists Shinichi Kudo • Conan Edogawa • Ran Mouri • Kogoro Mouri
Detective Boys Ai Haibara • Ayumi Yoshida • Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya • Genta Kojima
Family & Friends Hiroshi Agasa • Sonoko Suzuki • Eri Kisaki • Yusaku Kudo • Yukiko Kudo • Heiji Hattori • Kazuha Toyama • Yoko Okino • Sumiko Kobayashi • Tomoaki Araide • Makoto Kyogoku • Shizuka Hattori • Jirokichi Suzuki • Eisuke Hondou • Azusa Enomoto • Subaru Okiya • Masumi Sera • Shukichi Haneda • Sakurako Yonehara • Rumi Wakasa • Momiji Ooka • Muga Iori
Tokyo Metropolitan Police District Juzo Megure • Wataru Takagi • Miwako Sato • Ninzaburo Shiratori • Yumi Miyamoto • Kazunobu Chiba • Naeko Miike • Kiyonaga Matsumoto • Inspector Yuminaga • Shintaro Chaki • Hyoue Kuroda • Kenji Hagiwara • Jinpei Matsuda • Wataru Date
Osaka Police District Heizo Hattori • Ginshiro Toyama • Goro Otaki
Nagano Police District Kansuke Yamato • Yui Uehara • Taka'aki Morofushi
Other police districts Sango Yokomizo • Misao Yamamura • Jugo Yokomizo • Fumimaro Ayanokoji
NPA and Public Security Bureau Rei Furuya (Bourbon) • Hiromitsu Morofushi • Yuya Kazami
FBI Shuichi Akai • Jodie Starling • James Black • Andre Camel
CIA Hidemi Hondou (Kir) • Ethan Hondou
MI6 Mary Sera • Tsutomu Akai
Black Organization The quái vật • Rum • Gin • Vodka • Vermouth • Chianti • Korn • Shiho Miyano • Akemi Miyano • Elena Miyano • Atsushi Miyano • Tequila • Pisco • Calvados • Rikumichi Kusuda • Ki'ichiro Numabuchi
Magic Kaito Kaito Kuroba • Kaitou Kid • Aoko Nakamori • Ginzo Nakamori • Toichi Kuroba • Chikage Kuroba • Konosuke Jii • Keiko Momoi • Akako Koizumi • Saguru Hakuba • Snake • Rose (OVA only) • Saguru's Housekeeper • Spider (TV special only)
Others "The Criminal" • Hideo Akagi • Ryusuke Higo • Takahiro Sanada • Scar Akai • Kohji Haneda • Kamen Yaiba • Amanda Hughes

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Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department Juzo Megure • Wataru Takagi • Miwako Sato • Ninzaburo Shiratori • Yumi Miyamoto • Kazunobu Chiba • Naeko Miike • Ginzo Nakamori • Shintaro Chaki • Inspector Yuminaga • Kiyonaga Matsumoto • Hyoue Kuroda • Inspector Momose • Chosuke Takagi (Tottori) • Jinpei Matsuda (deceased) • Kenji Hagiwara (deceased) • Wataru Date (deceased) • Masayoshi Sato (deceased) • Officer Tome (ao) • Toshiro Odagiri (ao) • Detective Kobayashi (ao) • Detective Yokoyama (ao) • Detective Kojima (ao) • Superintendent General Hakuba • Manabu Fujimaki • Detective Takigawa • Detective Nakamura • Detective Fukui • Detective Kawanaka • Detective Saitoh • Detective Horita • Detective Takano • Detective Sogawa • Detective Okumura • Detective Sugita • Detective Hirota (ao) • Officer Numata • Detective Terashima (ao) • Toshio Moroboshi (ao) • Female forensics thành viên (ao) • Detective Miyazaki • Detective Tomokawa • Tadayoshi Uno (ao) • Detective Yama (ao) • Inspector Yuminaga's assistant
Osaka Prefectural Police Heizo Hattori • Ginshiro Toyama • Goro Otaki
Nagano Prefectural Police Kansuke Yamato • Yui Uehara • Taka'aki Morofushi (Komei)
Kanagawa Prefectural Police Jugo Yokomizo • Chihaya Hagiwara
Hokkaido Prefectural Police Inspector Nishimura • Detective Tamura
Kyoto Prefectural Police Fumimaro Ayanokoji • Detective Kurumazaki (ao)
Shizuoka Prefectural Police Sango Yokomizo • Tomonori Ogawara (ao) • Detective Tsukumo
Other Prefectures Misao Yamamura (Gunma) • Tsuyoshi Shikatsuno (ao, Nara) • Tamekichi Matsushiro (ao, Gifu) • Shoji Terabayashi (Chiba)
Japanese Intelligence Agencies Rei Furuya • Yuya Kazami • Hiromitsu Morofushi (deceased)
Primary Tokyo MPD Cases Metropolitan Police Detective Love Story One • MPD Two • MPD Three • Megure's Sealed Secret • Shinkansen Transport Case • MPD Four • Serial Bomber • MPD Five • MPD Six • Jewelry Robbery • MPD Seven • Nhái Wedding • MPD Eight • Hammer Man • The Scar that Evokes the Past • Inspector Shiratori, Memories of the Cherry Blossom • Kobayashi-sensei's Love • A Video Letter of First Love • Co-Investigating with a First Love • The Life-Threatening Broadcast of Love • The Ex-Boyfriend Living Next to tướng a Crime Scene • MDP Nine • Taiko Meijin's Match of Love • Chiba's Difficult UFO Case • The Marriage Registration's Password • The Target is the Metropolitan Police Traffic Department
Other Significant Police Cases The Osaka Double Mystery (Osaka) • Festival Dolls Dyed in the Setting Sun (Tokyo-Theft) • The Red Horse within the Flames (Tokyo Arson) • Furinkazan (Nagano) • A Dangerous Party of Two & The Mansion of Death and the Red Wall (Nagano) • Heiji Hattori and the Vampire Mansion (Osaka) • The Scarlet Return (NPA) • The Darkness of the Prefectural Police (Nagano NPA) • A tuy nhiên named ASACA (PSB NPA) • Captured in Her Eyes (Tokyo) • Crossroad in the Ancient Capital (Kyoto) • The Raven Chaser (Tokyo, Kanagawa, Shizuoka, Nagano, Kyoto, and Chiba)
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