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Chapters / Episodes

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Chapters in order of appearance
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Episodes in order of appearance

Video Games

Phantom Blood (PS2 Game)

Joestar Mansion appears in chapters 3, 4, 6 & 7 in Phantom Blood PS2 game's Story Mode containing Jonathan's revenge on Dio for kissing Erina, discovery of Dario's letter, Dio's transformation into a Vampire and the mansion burning down.
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A Fight I Cannot Lose
(負けられない戦い Makerarenai Tatakai)
Jonathan Joestar (13) vs. Dio Brando (14)
Unlock Criteria: Clear Chapter 02

Jonathan reflects on how his life has fallen to pieces since Dio arrived at his house. He pets Danny, grateful that the dog will remain with him no matter what Dio does. Suddenly, Jonathan sees a girl looking at him from behind a nearby tree; she runs away, leaving a basket of grapes on one of the branches. Jonathan recognizes her as the girl he defended a mere few days ago, and invites her to come see him again soon. The two of them begin to spend time together, and quickly fall in love. One evening, Erina is abruptly confronted by Dio, who notes that she must be the reason behind Jonathan's recent happiness. Dio grabs Erina and forcibly kisses her, causing the two youths accompanying him to awe at Dio's boldness. In tears, Erina washes her face in a puddle of muddy water, causing Dio to become enraged by her act of defiance and slap her. Scolding himself for letting a girl anger him, he and his goons leave. Upon learning of what happened between Dio and Erina via rumor, Jonathan rushes into the mansion and shouts Dio's name. Dio correctly guesses that Jonathan has come to take revenge for Erina, and turns to confront the furious youth.

Jonathan manages to headbutt Dio in the face. Dio is stunned by the unexpected hit, and Jonathan furiously pummels him, yelling that he will not stop until Dio cries. As Jonathan concludes his attack, some of Dio's blood splatters onto the Stone Mask hanging on a nearby wall, activating the mask's bone-like protrusions. Jonathan notices the mask's behavior, but his attention quickly returns to the fight. To Jonathan's surprise, Dio cries and wonders how Jonathan could hurt him. Before the fight can continue, George Joestar intervenes and scolds Jonathan for beating Dio while he was defenseless. Both Jonathan and Dio are sent to their rooms, with promises of a later punishment. The mask returns to its previous inactive state, unnoticed in the commotion. Seven years pass, and the mask waits in silence.
A Letter from the Past
(過去からの手紙 Kako kara no Tegami)
Jonathan Joestar (20) vs. Dio Brando (21)
Unlock Criteria: Clear Chapter 03

At the Joestar mansion, Jonathan and Dio visit their father, who has become very ill recently. What at first appeared to be a common cold has developed into a harsher, unknown illness. Despite his condition, George congratulates Jonathan and Dio on their recent rugby victory, expressing pride in his two sons and their accomplishments. That night, Jonathan performs an experiment on the Stone Mask: pricking his left index finger with a knife, he lets his blood drip onto the Stone Mask. Just as it did seven years ago, the mask sprouts sharp protrusions before quickly returning to its normal state. While reminiscing about his mother and her reasons for buying the mask, Jonathan accidentally knocks over a case containing the letter sent by Dario Brando seven years ago. Curious about Dario's last thoughts, Jonathan reads the letter. To his shock, Jonathan realizes that the symptoms of the fatal sickness that Dario described are identical to those that are currently afflicting George.

Jonathan confronts Dio regarding the medicine he plans to give George, announcing his plans to have the medicine investigated. Dio denies Jonathan's claim and threatens him with the dissolution of their friendship. Jonathan promises to return the medicine and not mention his misgivings again if Dio swears his innocence on his father's honor. As Jonathan expected, Dio refuses to make such a vow, enraged at the thought of someone like Dario having any honor.

Jonathan twists Dio's arm, astonishing Dio with his newfound strength. Jonathan proclaims his resolve to protect his family, lifts Dio above his head, and throws him through a railing using only one hand. Realizing that he and Dio were never truly friends, Jonathan says that he will have the medicine analyzed and send Dio to jail. Dio barely contains his murderous urges; knowing it will take Jonathan at least three days to find any trace of the Eastern poison he used, Dio plans to finish off Jonathan before he is caught.
Transcend Humanity!
(人間を超越する! Ningen o Chōetsu Suru!)
Jonathan Joestar (Spear) vs. Police Zombies (x2) with Dio Brando (Vampire)
Unlock Criteria: Clear Chapter 05

Dio returns to the Joestar mansion, deciding that he would rather fight Jonathan than run away. He is met by Jonathan, who plainly states that he has proof of Dio's treachery and has already given his father an antidote for his poisoning. To Jonathan's astonishment, Dio offers to turn himself in, seemingly regretful of the crimes he committed as a result of his upbringing. However, Speedwagon appears from the shadows and reintroduces himself, having followed Jonathan out of concern. Speedwagon claims to be able to tell good and bad people apart by smell alone; remarking on Dio's putrid smell, he argues that Dio had been evil since the day he was born. Speedwagon reveals an apprehended Wang Chan, and a nearby curtain drops to reveal George Joestar and several police officers. Dio asks that Jonathan be the one to cuff him. As Jonathan approaches him to apply the handcuffs, Dio remarks that human abilities are greatly limited.

Suddenly, Dio brandishes the Stone Mask and announces his intention to reject humanity. Jonathan, fixated on the mask, fails to notice Dio's knife lunging toward him. However, George jumps in front of his son and takes the blow. Dio dons the mask and activates it with George's blood. The police fire upon Dio, who laughs maniacally as his body is knocked out of a nearby window. George peacefully bids farewell to his son as he passes away; as Speedwagon admires their nobility, he almost fails to notice that Dio's body has disappeared. Dio suddenly reappears and slaughters the policemen, having successfully become a Vampire. Seeing the destruction wrought by the now-inhuman Dio, a terrified but determined Jonathan laments his role in discovering the mask's abilities. Jonathan takes a spear from a nearby suit of armor and prepares to fight the vampire head-on.

Dio gloats about his new power and assured victory, but finds that Jonathan and Speedwagon have both disappeared. After a quick assessment of the foyer, Dio finds their hiding place behind a curtain. However, the two heroes light the curtain on fire and drape it over Dio, causing him to fall back. Despite his burns from the fire, however, Dio's skin heals rapidly enough to negate the damage, causing the two to fear that he may indeed have become immortal.
Settling the Youth with Dio!
(ディオとの青春に決着! Dio to no Seishun ni Ketchaku!)
Jonathan Joestar (Mansion) vs. Dio Brando (Shirtless)
Unlock Criteria: Clear Chapter 06

Jonathan tells Speedwagon to flee the mansion, which has caught fire, as he climbs to the second floor of the foyer and dares Dio to follow him. Amused by Jonathan's will to save his friend, Dio decides that he will use Jonathan's blood to heal his burns and save Speedwagon for later. He follows Jonathan to the second floor by walking up the wall and jamming his feet into it with each step. With all parties aware of Jonathan's inability to escape, Jonathan leads Dio to the mansion's roof for their final confrontation.

Jonathan charges at Dio as the floor gives out beneath them. Jonathan reflects on how he has lost everything but his own life, and expresses that he is more than willing to die to stop Dio's ambitions. Dio, confident in his immortal body, nonetheless worries that the flames on the first floor can overpower his healing capabilities. To escape Jonathan's grasp and his own death, Dio breaks both of Jonathan’s arms. Yet Jonathan refuses to let go, despite his broken arms and burns. Asking his father's soul to give him strength, Jonathan impales Dio on the statue of the Joestar guardian deity, the goddess of love. Dio is unable to remove himself from the statue, causing him to burn in the fire. Speedwagon continues to watch the mansion burn from the outside. Mourning the cruel fate of Jonathan Joestar, Speedwagon is shocked to see Jonathan's unconscious body thrown out of the burning building through a window. Jonathan has miraculously survived the battle and defeated Dio.

Three days after the battle with Dio, Speedwagon decides to visit Jonathan in the hospital to offer his emotional support. He is stopped at the door to Jonathan's room by an unknown woman. Despite his attempts to argue, the woman refuses to let him in, saying that Jonathan is not accepting visitors at the time and that her care is enough. As the door is closed on him, Speedwagon takes offense at the woman's words and stubbornly resolves to come back later. Taking it upon himself to sneak into the hospital after visiting hours, Speedwagon sees a light streaming from the slightly-opened door. The woman who dismissed Speedwagon earlier is still tending to Jonathan's wounds, and Speedwagon is further shocked to see her hands cracked and callused from continuously cooling Jonathan's burns. Jonathan finally regains consciousness and, like Speedwagon, is perplexed by the woman tending to him. Though Jonathan thinks it impossible at first, the woman reveals herself to be his childhood sweetheart, Erina Pendleton. Speedwagon realizes that the two have known each other for some time and decides to leave the reuniting couple alone. Meanwhile, at the remains of the Joestar mansion, Wang Chan sifts through the rubble for valuables. He comes across the Stone Mask, but a hand emerges from the debris and grabs his wrist before he is able to grab it. As the hand grabs the dealer's wrist and drains his blood, Dio's charred face peers out from beneath the rubble.

Eyes of Heaven

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The Joestar Mansion is an available battleground in Eyes of Heaven.

  • Stage Gimmick 1: Zombies may grab any combatant near a broken window, inflicting damage and leaving the victim open to attacks.
  • Stage Gimmick 2: Throughout the match, fire will slowly break out within the mansion, inflicting gradual damage on those caught in the blaze.
  • Situation Finish: The defeated combatant is thrown onto the statue of the goddess of love, recreating Dio's first defeat.




  1. Chapter 1: Prologue

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Tatsuhisa Suzuki

Yuichiro Umehara (梅原 裕一郎 Umehara Yūichirō) is a Japanese voice actor. He is the voice actor for the character Weather Report in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean.

He is also well known for his roles as En Yufuin in Cute High Earth Defense Club Love!, Goblin Slayer in Goblin Slayer, Ensho in Gintama, Mitsuhide Lowen in Snow White with the Red Hair, Seiya Ryuguin in Cautious Hero, Mars in Black Clover, Siegfried Kircheis in Legend of the Galactic Heroes: Die Neue These, Kuroo Hazama in Young Black Jack, and Kureno Soma in Fruits Basket (2019).


Umehara expressed interest in voice acting while in junior high school after hearing voice actor Hochu Otsuka's dub role for the film Lord of the Rings. He was also the guitarist and vocalist of his band during his time at Nagoya Koyo Senior High School, which later disbanded while he was in his second year of high school. He later attended Japan Narration Acting Institute in second year of college to pursue voice acting. After graduating, he took on the titular role in the 2014 TV anime adaptation of Merman in My Tub as Wakasa.[3]

In 2016, Umehara won the Best New Voice Actor at the 10th Seiyū Awards.[4] He also won Newtype Anime Awards' Best Male Voice Actor at the Newtype × Machi★Asobi 2017 event.[5]

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure

Umehara had been a fan of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, even before he became a voice actor, after watching the first season's TV anime adaptation during its initial broadcasting. Knowing the historical significance of the franchise, he was doubtful that he would ever get a role in the anime. Later on, he eventually landed the role of Weather Report for the TV anime adaptation of Stone Ocean, but was initially dissatisfied with his audition.

After getting the part, he picked up the first volume of the manga series and, like a series of fates, realized that he had actually read Stone Ocean before thanks to his manga-loving friend. Umehara admits that although he never imagined that he would play Weather Report at that time, he now hopes to do his best even if he is still doubtful about getting the part.[6]

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Roles

Title Media Year
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind Anime 2019
Stardust Shooters Video Game 2019
Diamond Records Video Game 2019
JoJo's Pitter-Patter Pop! Video Game 2019
All-Star Battle R Video Game 2022
Title Media Year
All-Star Battle Video Game 2013
Eyes of Heaven Video Game 2015



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Hiroki Yasumoto

Daisuke Hirakawa (平川 大輔 Hirakawa Daisuke) is a Japanese voice actor. He is credited for his work as the voice actor for the character Noriaki Kakyoin in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders.

He is also well known for his roles as Makoto Ito in School Days, Enmu in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Rei Ryugazaki in Free! and as Rufus Albarea in The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel. He is also the voice of Orlando Bloom and Tom Hiddleston in Japanese dubs.


Daisuke Hirakawa was born in 1973 in Niigata Prefecture. He graduated from the Katsuta Voice Actor Academy's 11th term. In debut role was in the film Seven Years in Tibet. Hirakawa was mostly acting in dubbing live-action roles until he debuted as a anime voice actor in Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo as Franz D'Epinay. Since then, the roles he plays vary from young boys to adolescents, with a focus on adult male roles.

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Roles

Title Media Year
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders Anime 2014
Stardust Shooters Video Game 2014
ORAORAdio Radio 2014
Eyes of Heaven Video Game 2015
Diamond Records Video Game 2017
JoJo's Pitter-Patter Pop! Video Game 2019
Last Survivor Video Game 2019
All-Star Battle R Video Game 2022




  • Hirakawa has said that he likes "everything" about Kakyoin, including his strengths and flaws. When voicing the character, the aspect he struggled the most with was the unique expressions and phrasings found throughout the series, including the famous "Rerorero" line.[2]


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  2. "Walk like Crusaders" Event Special Pamphlet

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