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Members of the Joestar and Zeppeli families
Will, Jonathan, Giorno, Jotaro, Joseph, Jolyne, Johnny, Josuke, Gyro

Families, usually represented by central characters descended of a specific few, are a significant element of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.

Hirohiko Araki has emphasized the importance of family to his characters,[1] as have several characters within the text of the manga.

Main Families

I can tell since I watched those three men who carried the blood of the Joestar Family in their veins back in Morioh. The three of them emanate righteousness from their hearts as if it gave them energy...
—Koichi Hirose, Joining the Gang, Part 6
Key members of the Joestar Family

The Joestar Family (ジョースター家 Jōsutā Ke) is an extensive clan of characters featured prominently in the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series, of which each of the protagonists of the series is a member. Dating back to English aristocracy, the Joestar Family would become involved in the supernatural, resulting in a rippling impact affecting generations to come.

Description

The Joestar family has had a rich history and each of its members have had wildly different lives from each others. One of their key features are a star-shaped birthmark above their left shoulder blade, a feature that was hijacked by Dio Brando when he stole Jonathan's body.

They began as a noble and well-off family of British society, residing in a luxurious mansion in England, thanks to George I's trading business. However, his son, Jonathan, burned down the mansion in an effort to slay the vampirised Dio Brando, and the family has lived elsewhere since then, their homes occupying different countries depending on the generation. The family has also abandoned its roots in nobility notwithstanding most of the descendants having prominent occupations.

Key members of the Joestar family from Battle Tendency and Stardust Crusaders

The Joestar line has English and even Scottish roots, however, its members became more diversified with time, starting with Joseph marrying and having children with Italian and Japanese women. This trend has continued with his descendants, such as Joseph marrying Suzi Q and moving to America, Holy marrying a Japanese man and then living in Japan, as well as Jotaro marrying an Italian-American woman and going to live in the United States. Thus the Joestar Family are also connected to Italy, Japan, and the United States.

The family's archenemy is Dio Brando, his evilness, immortality, and worldwide influence leading to the Joestars battling the vampire and his followers for the majority of their recent history. Due to the exceptional circumstances of Dio Brando stealing Jonathan's body, the Brando Family is deeply connected to the Joestars, and several members can be considered to be both children of Jonathan and Dio in a way (as well as other women).

The Joestar family is considerably connected to the supernatural, several of its members meeting with supernatural creatures and combating fantastical threats with varying degrees of willingness. The family's earlier members can count among them a high number of Ripple users, but Joseph was their final representative. Afterwards, each of the Joestars became a Stand user, all blessed with potent Stand abilities.

Although the family's members are largely referred to as the Joestars, the family name itself died out early in the series with Joseph, his children having taken different names such as "Kujo" and "Cujoh". The high number of bastards in the family also results in names such as "Higashikata" or "Giovanna". The most prominent members of the family throughout the generations have had a tendency to have alliterative names, earning them the shared moniker of "JoJo".

Second Continuity

In the second continuity introduced in Steel Ball Run, the Joestar Family's root in British nobility are represented, with an emphasis on a horseriding tradition, the Joestars counting several famous and gifted jockeys among them during the 19th century. Their connection to the United States is also reinforced by making Johnny Joestar living in the country for a long period of time. However, the tradition also died out with Johnny marrying Rina Higashikata, tying the Higashikata Family distantly to the Joestar family.

With Johnny going to live in Japan, the family name also eventually died out and its members became primarily Japanese. Holy Joestar married into the Kira family, and due to other exceptional circumstances, the latest Joestar, Josuke, is part Kira, part Kujo and is adopted within the Higashikata Family.

The history of the Joestar Family in the second continuity is much less detailed, the story skipping from 1890 to 2011 without exploring whatever happened to the members living in-between.

The Joestars retain their link with the supernatural, Johnny becoming a Spin User, and his descendants being Stand Users as well.

Joestar Family Tree

Original Joestar Family


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George Joestar I
(???-1888)
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Mary Joestar
(???-1868)
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DIO's Bone
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Jonathan Joestar
(1868-1889)
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Erina Joestar
(Pendleton)
(~1869-1950)
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DIO
(Adopted)
(~1867-1989)
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Unnamed Woman

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Three
Unnamed Women
 
 
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Green Baby
(2012)

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DIO with Jonathan's Body
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Danny
(~1873-1880)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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George Joestar II
(1889-1921)
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Elizabeth Joestar
(1888)
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Giorno Giovanna
(1985)
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DonatelloAv.png
Donatello Versus
(1986-2012)
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RikielAv.png
Rikiel
(1988)

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UngaloAv.png
Ungalo
(1988)

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TomokoAv.png
Tomoko Higashikata
(1962)
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Joseph Joestar
(1920)
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Suzi Q Joestar
(Suzi Q)
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Josuke Higashikata
(1983)
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Sadao Kujo
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Holy Kujo
(Holy Joestar)
(1942)
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Shizuka Joestar
(Adopted)
(~1998)
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Jotaro Kujo
(1970-2012)
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Unnamed Woman
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Jolyne Cujoh
(1993-2012)
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  • Dashed lines indicate adopted children, couples who have divorced, extramarital affairs/unmarried couples, or illegitimate children.
  • Blue boxes indicate direct descendants of the Joestar lineage.
  • Red boxes indicate family members through marriage.
  • Yellow boxes indicate adopted members of the family.
  • Green boxes indicate extramarital affairs and unmarried couples with children.
  • Pink boxes indicate characters who were reborn.
  • Gray boxes indicate pets that are part of the family.



 
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George Joestar
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Anne Joestar
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Nicholas Joestar
(1867-1881)
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Johnny Joestar
(1872-1901)
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Rina Joestar
(Rina Higashikata)
(1874)
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Daughter
 
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George Joestar II
(1898)
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Elizabeth
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Daughter
 
Son
 
Daughter
 
Joseph Joestar
(1924)
 
Suzi Q
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Holy Joestar
(1959)
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Yoshiteru Kira
(1945-1991)
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Josefumi Kujo
(1991-2011)
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Locacaca
Fusion
 
 
 
 
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Yoshikage Kira
(1982-2011)
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KyoAv.png
Kyo Nijimura
(1989)
Flag of Japan.svg
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Josuke Higashikata
(2011)
Flag of Japan.svg
  • Blue boxes indicate direct descendants of the Joestar lineage.
  • Red boxes indicate family members through marriage.
  • Pink boxes indicate characters who were reborn.


Gallery

Trivia

  • Many members of the Joestar family, starting with Mary, had lived tragically short lives due to fatal encounters with supernatural foes.

The Brando (ブランドー Burandō) Family is a disparate dynasty of characters mainly featured in the first six parts of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series and who, for better or for worse, are connected to the supernatural and the Joestar Family.

Description

Dio Brando and his father Dario, the original members of the Brando family.

The Brando Family counts very few known members, in part due to one generation being frozen for a century when Dio Brando was trapped at the bottom of the ocean.

Their known history begins in the 19th Century as a family of poor Londoners living in squalor. The father Dario Brando being a thief who abused his family, eventually driving his wife to death and contributing to making his son Dio Brando worse than himself. One day, Dario was mistaken for trying to save George Joestar I, who felt indebted and eventually adopted Dio in his family.

Thus began a generation spanning feud between Dio and his followers, as Dio became an evil vampire surrounded by Zombies and then malevolent Stand Users while Jonathan Joestar and his descendants went on fighting Dio and trying to erase his evil legacy. With the exception of Giorno Giovanna, all Brando have been antagonists to the Joestar.

Because Dio grafted his head into Jonathan's body, the Brando family is deeply connected to the Joestar, and his bastards can be said to be both descendants of Dio and Jonathan, all bearing the Joestar Birthmark. As Dio died, his children have found themselves in many different situations and social standings, Giorno becoming very successful while his known half brothers have had worse lives.

Second Continuity

In this continuity, the few known Brando regain their origin as a poor and destitute family with a tragic streak.

Left for dead, Diego Brando and his mother lived as farm workers who were abused. It pushed Diego into becoming a renowned jockey with a foot on British nobility by virtue of marrying a noble woman. However, this family has far fewer ties to the Joestar, Diego having only temporarily worked in the Joestar's stables, and being a mere rival to Johnny among others during the Steel Ball Run.

The family line effectively ended when Diego was killed while battling Funny Valentine.

Brando Family Tree


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Dario Brando
(1827-1880)
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Unnamed Woman
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Dio Brando
(~1867-1989)
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Dio steals Jonathan's body
(1889)
 
 
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Jonathan Joestar
(1868-1889)
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Unnamed Woman

Flag of Italy.svg (Flag of Japan.svg)
 
 
 
 
 
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DIO
(~1867-1989)
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Three
Unnamed Women
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
GiornoAv.png
Giorno Giovanna
(1985)
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DonatelloAv.png
Donatello Versus
(1986-2012)
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RikielAv.png
Rikiel
(1988)
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UngaloAv.png
Ungalo
(1988)
Flag of the United States.svg
  • Dashed lines indicate adopted children, couples who have divorced, extramarital affairs/unmarried couples, or illegitimate children.
  • Blue boxes indicate direct descendants of the Brando lineage.
  • Red boxes indicate family members through marriage.
  • Yellow boxes indicate adopted members of the family.
  • Green boxes indicate extramarital affairs and unmarried couples with children.
  • Pink boxes indicate characters who were reborn.
  • Gray boxes indicate pets that are part of the family.



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Dario
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DiegoMomAv.png
Unnamed Woman
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Diego Brando
(1870-1891)
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Unnamed Woman
(temporary)
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Alternate Universe

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Diego Brando from Another Universe
(1870-1891)
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  • Dashed lines indicate adopted children, couples who have divorced, extramarital affairs/unmarried couples, or illegitimate children.
  • Blue boxes indicate direct descendants of the Brando lineage.
  • Red boxes indicate family members through marriage.
  • Yellow boxes indicate adopted members of the family.
  • Green boxes indicate extramarital affairs and unmarried couples with children.
  • Pink boxes indicate characters who were reborn.
  • Gray boxes indicate pets that are part of the family.


This is the Zeppeli Family Spirit, from the past to the future! It's the human spirit!


The Zeppeli Family (ツェペリ家 Tseperi Ke) is a recurring family of native Italians, whose members are featured in Phantom Blood, Battle Tendency, and Steel Ball Run. Allied to the Joestar Family and fighting for the side of good, the Zeppeli are tied to the Ripple and its equivalent the Spin.

Description

In the first continuity, the Zeppeli family is introduced in Phantom Blood, their history being deeply connected to the Stone Mask. The Zeppeli are among the responsible for unearthing the Stone Mask Dio Brando would use and a then young Will Anthonio Zeppeli suffered firsthand the potential for carnage the mask and the monsters it produced.

Chasing after the Stone Mask and wishing to fight its spawns, Will learned the Ripple in Tibet under the tutelage of Tonpetty. Hearing about the Stone Mask, Will then allied with Jonathan Joestar, becoming his mentor in the ways of the Ripple. Will made a great contribution to the fight against the Stone Mask, a task which two of his descendants, his son and grandson Mario Zeppeli then Caesar Zeppeli collaborating with the Ripple masters, Caesar himself becoming a Ripple User and befriending Jonathan's grandson Joseph Joestar.

Not much is known about the Zeppeli family. During Will's generation, the Zeppeli were scholars but after Caesar and his siblings were abused by relatives, they fell on hard times. Caesar is known to have been raised in Rome.

However, after the menace of the Stone Mask and the Pillar Men has been neutralized, the Zeppeli never become relevant to the subsequent adventures of the Joestars.

Second Continuity

In Steel Ball Run, the Zeppeli are reintroduced as a well-off and respected family of Neapolitan doctors and executioners connected to Naples' court. Moreover, the Zeppeli now have a tradition of practicing the mystical art of the Spin for generations, which combined with their study of human anatomy, has elevated their practice of medicine and execution to a high level.

Against the wishes of his father Gregorio Zeppeli, Iulius Caesar "Gyro" Zeppeli participates in the Steel Ball Run race to acquire glory and acquit a young boy. On the way, Gyro befriends Jonathan "Johnny" Joestar and teaches him the Spin. Battling the President of the United States, Gyro dies and his corpse is brought back to Naples by Johnny.

After Naples transitioning into a republic and overthrowing the king, the Zeppeli Family are said to have moved to an unknown country, and their whereabouts are unknown.

Zeppeli Family


WillDadAv.png
Unnamed Man
Flag of Italy.svg
 
Unnamed Woman
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Will Anthonio Zeppeli
(1838-1888)
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Unnamed Woman
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Mario Zeppeli
(???-1935)
Flag of Italy.svg
 
Unnamed Woman
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Caesar Anthonio Zeppeli
(1918-1939)
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Son
Flag of Italy.svg
 
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Son
Flag of Italy.svg
 
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Daughter
Flag of Italy.svg
 
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Daughter
Flag of Italy.svg
  • Dashed lines indicate adopted children, couples who have divorced, extramarital affairs/unmarried couples, or illegitimate children.
  • Blue boxes indicate direct descendants of the Brando lineage.
  • Red boxes indicate family members through marriage.
  • Yellow boxes indicate adopted members of the family.
  • Green boxes indicate extramarital affairs and unmarried couples with children.
  • Pink boxes indicate characters who were reborn.
  • Gray boxes indicate pets that are part of the family.



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Gregorio Zeppeli
Flag of Italy.svg
 
GyroMomAv.png
Unnamed Woman
Flag of Italy.svg
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
GyroAv.png
Gyro Zeppeli
(Julius Caesar Zeppeli)
(1866-1891)
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Son
Flag of Italy.svg
 
GyroSib2Av.png
Son
Flag of Italy.svg
 
GyroSib3Av.png
Son
Flag of Italy.svg
 
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Son
Flag of Italy.svg
  • Dashed lines indicate adopted children, couples who have divorced, extramarital affairs/unmarried couples, or illegitimate children.
  • Blue boxes indicate direct descendants of the Brando lineage.
  • Red boxes indicate family members through marriage.
  • Yellow boxes indicate adopted members of the family.
  • Green boxes indicate extramarital affairs and unmarried couples with children.
  • Pink boxes indicate characters who were reborn.
  • Gray boxes indicate pets that are part of the family.


Gallery

Trivia

  • The Zeppeli Family practices supernatural martial arts and crafts separated from Stand power, unlike the Joestar Family. In the original universe, they are proficient in the art of the Ripple, and in the Steel Ball Run universe, they practice the art of the Spin.
  • It is a recurring theme that a Zeppeli will sacrifice themselves to further their cause, usually while directly assisting a Joestar by giving them their power and knowledge.

The Higashikata Family would like to pay back this country and this land through public service.
—Norisuke Higashikata IV, JJL Chapter 7: Josuke, Go to the Higashikata Family


The Higashikata Family (東方家 Higashikata Ke) is one of the main families of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series, with its members appearing in the 4th part Diamond is Unbreakable and the 8th part JoJolion.

Connected to the Joestar Family, its members are usually on the side of good. Unlike the Joestars, the Higashikata family exclusively resides in the town of Morioh.

Diamond is Unbreakable

The Higashikata (東方) family is first seen in Diamond is Unbreakable and consists of three family members. They reside in the suburb of Morioh in a detached house and seem to be middle-class. Josuke, being the son of Joseph Joestar, is the only member having a Stand, Tomoko and Ryohei being ordinary humans who are left out of the former's adventures.

JoJolion

Higashikata family crest (JJL)
In the new continuity of Steel Ball Run and JoJolion, a new more peculiar Higashikata family comes to the forefront. Unlike the first iteration, they are more deeply connected to the supernatural and have more quirks.

The first Higashikata featured is Norisuke Higashikata, a mature Japanese man who competes in the Steel Ball Run race. After the race, he started a successful fruit selling business in the Higashikata Fruit Company, eventually making the family a respected well-off part of Morioh's community. They also all reside within the Higashikata House in the middle of a large estate of garden and orchards, and whose soil presents the supernatural property of being able to mix buried bodies' characteristics.

However, one of the strangest things about them is that the family is cursed with the Rock Disease, which changes each generation's eldest child into rock, a curse which has afflicted the family for an undisclosed amount of time. Thus, the Higashikata follow several traditions to counter this curse. The eldest son most notably has to crossdress in an attempt to ward off the curse, and they previously had to make the second son or anyone marrying the eldest daughter the new head of the family. However, since Norisuke IV's time, the family has had an unofficial trend of having a parent sacrifice themselves for the child by performing a transfer of the curse, a tradition which Kaato Higashikata broke.

This Higashikata family follows a tradition wherein the eldest son of each generation changes his birth name to "Norisuke", likely when the previous Norisuke passes away, as seen in the case where Jobin Higashikata has not yet taken up the name "Norisuke V".

The family tree as revealed in JoJolion lists its members from right to left from eldest child to youngest child. Interestingly, the names of the siblings of each "Norisuke" in each generation are not revealed in the family tree. The tree also demonstrates a bloodline connection to the (SBR Universe) Joestar Family through Rina Higashikata, intertwining the two families.

Lastly, all of the currently living Higashikata are Stand Users, although the circumstances of each of their abilities' acquisition is undisclosed.

Higashikata Family Tree


 
 
 
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Ryohei Higashikata
(1944-1999)
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Unnamed Woman
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Tomoko Higashikata
(1962)
Flag of Japan.svg
 
 
 
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Joseph Joestar
(1920)
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Josuke Higashikata
(1983)
Flag of Japan.svg
  • Dashed lines indicate adopted children, couples who have divorced, extramarital affairs/unmarried couples, or illegitimate children.
  • Blue boxes indicate direct descendants of the Higashikata lineage.
  • Red boxes indicate family members through marriage.
  • Yellow boxes indicate adopted members of the family.
  • Green boxes indicate extramarital affairs and unmarried couples with children.
  • Pink boxes indicate characters who were reborn.
  • Gray boxes indicate pets that are part of the family.


 
 
 
 
 
 
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Norisuke Higashikata I
(1846-1931)
Flag of Japan.svg
 
Teru Higashikata
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Daughter
 
Daughter
 
Norisuke Higashikata II
(Johei)
(1872)
 
Toyoko Higashikata
 
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Rina Higashikata
(1874)
Flag of Japan.svg
 
JohnnyAv.png
Johnny Joestar
(1872-1901)
Flag of the United States.svg
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Daughter
 
Norisuke Higashikata III
(Josho)
(1908)
 
Tomoko Higashikata JJL.png
Tomoko Higashikata
 
Daughter
 
Son
 
Daughter
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Daughter
 
Daughter
 
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Norisuke Higashikata IV
(Josuke)
(1952)
Flag of Japan.svg
 
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Kaato Higashikata

(1960)
Flag of Japan.svg
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Mitsuba Higashikata
(1980)
Flag of Japan.svg
 
JobinAv.png
Jobin Higashikata
(1979)
Flag of Japan.svg
 
 
HatoAv.png
Hato Higashikata
(1987)
Flag of Japan.svg
 
JoshuAv.png
Joshu Higashikata
(1992)
Flag of Japan.svg
 
DaiyaAv.png
Daiya Higashikata
(1995)
Flag of Japan.svg
 
Jo2ukeAv.png
Josuke Higashikata
(Adopted)
Flag of Japan.svg
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Tsurugi Higashikata
(2002)
Flag of Japan.svg
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Iwasuke
  • Dashed lines indicate adopted children, couples who have divorced, extramarital affairs/unmarried couples, or illegitimate children.
  • Blue boxes indicate direct descendants of the Higashikata lineage.
  • Red boxes indicate family members through marriage.
  • Yellow boxes indicate adopted members of the family.
  • Green boxes indicate extramarital affairs and unmarried couples with children.
  • Pink boxes indicate characters who were reborn.
  • Gray boxes indicate pets that are part of the family.

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Gallery

Trivia

References

  1. Hirohiko Araki Lecture Part 3 (8): "Lineage"
  2. JoJolion Chapter 11: Family Tree pp.20,22

Minor Families


 
 
 
 
 
 
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Mr. Hirose
Flag of Japan.svg
 
 
 
 
KoichiMomAv.png
Mrs. Hirose
Flag of Japan.svg
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
AyanaAv.png
Ayana Hirose
(~1981)
Flag of Japan.svg
 
KoichiAv.png
Koichi Hirose
(1984)
Flag of Japan.svg
 
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Police
 



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
YasuhoDadAv.png
Unnamed Man
Flag of Japan.svg
 
SuzuyoAv.png
Suzuyo Hirose
(1967)
Flag of Japan.svg
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Yasuho Hirose
(1992)
Flag of Japan.svg
 
 

In JoJolion, the Kira family is part of the Joestar family.

The Boom Boom Family (ブンブーン一家 Bun Būn Ikka) is a family of minor antagonists featured in Steel Ball Run. They were hired by a foreign country as assassins to kill Gyro Zeppeli and Johnny Joestar. All three members share the Stand Tomb of the Boom.

History

The Boom Boom family acquired their collective Stand at a certain point in the past, killing one prospector by disemboweling him.

During the first stage of the Steel Ball Run race, they kill two other racers, attracting the attention of the local sheriff and bounty hunter Mountain Tim, who is also a participant in the race.

During the second stage, Andre approaches Johnny Joestar and Gyro Zeppeli claiming to have been bitten by a lizard and asks for some fire to cauterize the wounds. This turned out to have actually been a plan to make them touch Andre and become prey of his Stand.

Not too long after the encounter, the other two family members came in to intercept Gyro and Johnny with their magnetic Stands. Although both manage to flee, Benjamin manages to drop some of Andre's blood on Johnny, maintaining their Stand's power on the duo. Moreover Benjamin tricks Mountain Tim into chasing Johnny by attacking him while disguised, also having planted some blood on Tim. Andre faints from blood loss and is presumably left behind.

Benjamin and L.A. catch up to Johnny, Gyro and Tim and manage to trap and disable all three. However, Johnny awakens his Stand Tusk which takes the Boom Boom Family by surprise. Benjamin is cut in half and dies while L.A. gets one foot cut crippling him. Before Johnny, Gyro, and Tim leave, an enraged L.A. swears revenge on them and inadvertently indicates that other killers are on their trails. However Tim remarks that L.A. has no way to rejoin civilization, thus will die of thirst in the desert. This is the final time a member of the Boom Boom Family is seen.

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The manga primarily details the adventures of the Joestar family, who have a hereditary predisposition to unlikely, unfortunate circumstances and premature death.

  • Battle Tendency stars Joseph Joestar, the grandson of Jonathan. Joseph reappears in Stardust Crusaders and Diamond is Unbreakable along with his descendants.
  • Stardust Crusaders tells the story of Jotaro Kujo, the first JoJo not to bear the Joestar name, but Kujo instead. He is the son of Holy Kujo and grandson of Joseph Joestar.
  • During JoJolion, the Higashikata family becomes more important. They have various members who play an important role and the Joestar family is united with theirs due to the marriage of Johnny and Rina Higashikata. Unlike the original universe, the Joestar family is also connected with the Kira family, due to Holy marrying Yoshiteru Kira. However, the Kujo family still plays an important role, as Josefumi Kujo fuses with Yoshikage Kira to form the protagonist.

Other minor families remain in the new universe, like Pendleton, Speedwagon, Hirose, and von Stroheim, but do not populate to a significant extent.

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