|Other names||Lil' Bowl Cut (by Shirabu)|
|Date of birth||August 22|
|Height||181.5 cm (5' 11.5")|
|Weight||69.5 kg (153.2lbs)|
|Home town||Miyagi Prefecture|
|Occupation||High School Student (1st Year, Class 4)|
|Chapter||"A Greeting Gift"|
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He has black-colored hair (specifically, a bowl cut), dark brown eyes, and a medium build.
He is hardworking, ambitious, and enjoys showing off. Every time he pulls off a good move, he looks around in excitement, wondering if anyone saw him (and occasionally being told off by Shirabu). Goshiki responds to things his teammates say enthusiastically even if he doesn't understand what's being said to him (as seen with his coach, who speaks in the Miyagi dialect). He greatly admires Ushijima and dreams of becoming a better ace player than him, which is sometimes made the subject of jokes by his teammates (much to his chagrin).
Spring High Preliminary ArcEdit
In the anime, he appears right as the Spring High begins. In the manga, he doesn't appear until the Shiratorizawa vs Karasuno match.
According to himself, his most powerful weapon is his "super straight" spike.
He seems to be proficient at receiving, but is rather poor at blocking as he has few calls against him for touching the net.
He has a strong jump serve that can put pressure on the opposing team. Though he can generally hit his target well, he is not above committing foot faults, where his front foot steps on the baseline.
He has shown the ability to manipulate the power placed into his jump serves, such that it lands shorter than expected to surprise the opponent team.
His game sense is slightly above average. But can be poor at leaving shots for spikes heading out of bounds, and touching the net for blocking.
The two don't get along that well. Every time Goshiki gets overly excited, Shirabu would insult him. But in court, they seem to get along in a unique way. Shirabu trusts the ball to Goshiki (even if he won't admit it or he won't even notice), throwing it to him with zero hesitation if Ushijima wasn't the one to get it.
Goshiki aims to become the next ace–and a better one than Ushijima. He has challenged Ushijima before but the latter doesn't see Goshiki as a real threat, which annoys the first year. Despite the one-sided rivalry, Goshiki looks up to and respects Ushijima's incredible prowess as a volleyball player. Ushijima appears to consider Goshiki a competent player, as was demonstrated by his brief straightforward encouragement of the first year after he lost multiple consecutive points and became flustered. Following Shiratorizawa's defeat by Karasuno, Ushijima addresses each of the team's underclassmen to provide them advice on self-improvement, including Goshiki. He acknowledges Goshiki with a simple "I'm counting on you," which moves the impassioned first year to tears.Goshiki also gets scolded by Ushijima when he made mental mistakes in the final set of the Tokyo Expedition Arc vs. Karasuno. Ushijima did so so the coach don't burn his only time out in the set.
- Favorite Food: boiled flounder
- Current Concern: Wants to be able to hit a sharper cross
- His star sign is Leo
- Tsutomu (工) - Worker
- Goshiki (五色) - Five colors
- "Only those able to pull off miracles can be called aces." (Chapter 167)
- "During this final match, I'll prove to you that I'm worthy of the title "Ace"." (to Wakatoshi Ushijima, Chapter 151)