|Full Name||Inari Ryo|
|Meaning||carrying rice great distances|
|Height||6 foot 3 inches|
|Blood Type||ABO Rh D Neutral|
|Affiliation||Hunters of Vale|
|Previous Affiliation||Inari Clan|
|Occupation||Hunter Team Member|
|Base of Operations||Beacon Academy|
|Weapon Preference||Kogitsune-maru and Kogitsune Tsume|
|Signature Combat Style||Iaijutsu|
|Semblence Power||To instantaneously transport to a point within his sight line or a previously marked point|
Kogitsune-maru (lit. Perfect Little Fox) is the the primary weapon of Ryo. The sword was imagined, designed and forged by Ryo himself using the resources of Star Lake Forge and the ancient bladesmithing arts of the Inari Clan.
Within the hilt of of Kogitsune-maru there is a section that allow for the insertion of Dust. When activated the dust within the sword can be used to create a variety of effects both when sheathed and the when the blade is drawn.
Even Kogitsune-maru's sheath is far enhanced compared to most swords. Able to resist damage even when used at the primary contact point in a fight with another blade user. Due to this it is common for Ryo to fight without drawing his blade.
The Kogitsune Tsume are Ryo's ballistic kunai and his primary method of ranged combat.
With a maximum effective range of 50-60 meters the ballistic kunai are on par with most pistols when is come to combat range. Their size and weight can make the kunai stick in the Grimm
Possessed of two slots for dust pellets within themselves, this addition to the kunai allow then to be used in a variety of manners that a normal ranged weapon simply cannot match.
Ryo painted his scroll coloured entirely gold as he felt the white model simply did not suit his need for flair.
Ryo carries a medical kit on his back at all times.
Ryo's semblance is the power of Teleportation, allowing him to instantaneously transport himself and/or whatever is in contact with him to either a point within his line of sight or a previously marked static point. Ryo's power is extremely versatile power which can applied offensively, defensively and practically.