The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. Characters’ Ages and Heights


Data Chart

Name   AgesHeights
Saiki Kusuo175’4
Aiura Mikoto165’4
Teruhashi Kokomi165’3
Kaidou Shun165’2
Saiki Kusuke195’8
Torisuka Reita175’8
Nendou Riki176’2


Saiki Kusuo is the main protagonist of the series, he can read minds and heavily dislikes getting himself into trouble.

According to his character wiki, Kusuo is a 17-year old boy who stands at a height of 167.6 cm (5’4″).

This is a only depiction of his base form as a human boy. Saiki has the power to change his shape and form so there is no exact representation for his physical appearance.

Aiura Mikoto is one of the main characters and she is known to be Kusuo’s love interest.

She is 16-years-old and has a height of 166 cm (5’4″) as stated on her character wiki.

Teruhashi Kokomi is also one of the main characters in the series. Her age and height were both derived from her character wiki.

Kaidou Shun is known as Kusuo’s close friend. He befriended Kusuo when he saw him as an outcast like him, thinking they were compatible.

According to the wiki fandom, Shun is 16 years old and has a height of 159 cm (5’2″).

Saiki Kusuke is Kusuo’s older brother, who likes to invent machines. It was revealed on his character wiki that he is 19 years old, 2 years older than Kusuo, and stands at a height of 179 cm (5’8″).

It was stated that Kusuke has an IQ of 218.

Toritsuka Reita is a 17-year-old boy who has multiple abilities such as possession, intangibility, nonphysical interaction, and non-corporeal enhanced senses, according to All Fiction Battles wiki fandom.

His height was derived from Saiki Kusuo No Sai Nan Wikia.

Nendou Riki’s height and age were both taken from his character wiki fandom. Riki first appeared as Kusuo’s bully but ended up befriending him. Moreover, it was stated on the wiki that he is the only person Kusuo can’t read the mind of.


Saiki Kusuo no Ψ Nan Main Characters Fandom

Toritsuka Reita by All-Fiction-Battles-Fandom


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