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Kengo Tanabe is an antagonist in Chapter 156 from Domestic na Kanojo. Initially coming off as a charming man, Kengo is actuality an abusive individual when it comes to relationships. He briefly dates Hina Tachibana, but after being rejected, Kengo began stalking her. After further intervention which led to him getting fired, Kengo went to stab Hina, but ended up stabbing Natsuo Fujii instead, which led to his imprisonment. In Chapter 266, he secretly hired the journalist, Takeru Okunugi, in an attempt to expose the picture of an affair between Hina and Natsuo to public. But his plan was ultimately foiled by Hina with the help of Reiji Kiriya, he delusionally claims the truth will come out when he gets out of a jail. Hina simply looked down on Kengo, leaving him behind. Enraging by this, Kengo yelled at her before being tasered by the security guard and dragged back to his cell.

He was never seen or heard for a while, but it is implied he received a life in prison, thus bringing his threat to an end once and for all.

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PersonalityEdit

Kengo is introduced as an unassuming and charming man. Once Hina Tachibana rejects his marriage proposal, Kengo reveals his true colors as a obsessive and abusive man with a lack of empathy. With his previous girlfriend, Kengo constantly ridiculed her and continually harassed her once she called off her engagement; when she confronted Kengo about her abuse, he simply gave her a look of contempt and walked away. When Hina rejects his proposal, Kengo stalks and harasses her in the same way, determined to win her back. After being imprisoned for attempting to murder Hina, he displays his lack of empathy once more; during a talk with Natsuo Fujii, he states he shouldn't be imprisoned because Natsuo ran in the way of his knife and regards himself as fundamentally different from the other inmates.

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