Since Jujutsu Kaisen 0, Geto Suguru has been a mystery. Although he was dead at the end of the prequel story he is still alive in Jujutsu Kaisen. He also switched sides.

The Geto Suguru has new goals and is now the leader of the curses. He also has a new appearance, with the stitches on his forehead. The Shibuya arc confirmed our suspicions.

Geto had been long dead ( ouch), and the current timeline’s Geto wasn’t even a fake. Gojo’s Six Eyes confirmed this. But who was this strange Brain? Choso provided an answer.

Choso names the Brain Noritoshi Kamo

Choso’s chapters 106-133 reveal a memory from the past that has never occurred. This not only triggered a false memory but also brought back memories of his birth. He realized that he was and his brothers were cursed womb: Death Paintings. Noritoshi Kamo was the one who created these Death Paintings.

Choso stumbled upon Geto in chapter 134. He quickly concluded. Choso recalled seeing Geto with stitches after he played with his mother. He connected the dots and called Geto Noritoshi kamo.

Noritoshi Kamo has been called the “evilest shaman” in the history. For his cruel experiments, he is also a shame to the Kamo family. Although everyone was shocked by the information, it seemed plausible. Kamo was a powerful shaman, and he came from one of three big families so he had some influence.

Choso’s accurate memory seems to be the same. The Brain calmly replied to his accusation that Choso had noticed (his identity, or the stitches?) Everyone was certain that the Brain was Noritoshi Kamo possessing Geto, despite the Brain’s refusal or acceptance.

Kusakabe’s thought train in this chapter gives us some insight as to how fearful Noritoshi Kamo really was.

The Brain was then called Noritoshi kamo. But, if the Brain really is Kamo, then why do the stitches appear on the man’s forehead? We are now able to ask the next question.

Is the Brain really Noritoshi kamo?

No, Noritoshi Kamo isn’t the Brain. Kenjaku, a shaman is his true identity. Kamo is also the Brain’s victim.

We can see clues in the story that the Brain was simply playing with its identity. This fact is confirmed in chapter 134.

Everyone on the battlefield was stunned by this major “reveal” about the Brain’s identity. Some people, such as Yuji, were confused. Kusakabe was more open to the possibility. To everyone present, the Brain casually responds that Noritoshi Kamo was only one name.

Tengen solved the mystery of the identity of the Brain in Chapter145. They claim that the brain is actually a Kenjaku, a 1000-year-old shaman. However, the Brain’s age is not surprising. We actually had many clues that helped us decipher the Brain’s age.

The Brain recalls a myth or belief from the mid-Edo period while using one of his techniques. The Brain seems to be very familiar with the Edo period, which lasted from 1603 until 1867. It would have been 150 years old, as Utahime believed, and it would have remembered something from that period. It could have, if it had to, during a battle.

Kenjaku probably had a lot of people in his past, but Noritoshi Kamo brought out his evil deeds. Choso was the one who discovered the secret, and even deleted all documents. Even Noritoshi Kamo was only a tool for the Brain’s purposes.

Chapter 143 is another piece of evidence to support this assertion. Yuji recalls that his mother was Noritoshi Kamo’s mother in childhood. Kenjaku has been pretending its identity for eons.

Sukuna’s farewell from The Brain was somewhat suspicious. He asks Sukuna, while he is leaving, to recall “the world in Heian”, when the shamans were brutal. Sukuna was known to be a “natural disaster” even though he was an ancient human shaman. This conversation shows that Kenjaku is also familiar with the period and Sukuna’s powers.

Tengen confirms Kenjaku’s 1000-year-old age by confirming that Kenjaku is his. Invoking Sukuna, what does he want? In future chapters, we will likely find out.


The Brain is Kenjaku, not Noritoshi Kamo. Tengen says he is a 1000-year-old shaman. He has been possessed by many people in history. His evil deeds were exposed by Noritoshi Kamo. Itadori’s mother was also his possession, as he remembered. He is currently able to possess Geto in order to achieve his evolution goals by initiating the culling process. Kenjaku is also familiarized with Sukuna’s powers and abilities.

What do you think about this revelation? It is still unclear how Kenjaku survived, and how he possessed people during all of this. We look forward to hearing more about the story! Please share your thoughts on Kenjaku with us below!

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