Ken Kaneki (金木研, Kaneki Ken) is an one-eyed ghoul, who is currently living under the identity of Haise Sasaki (佐々木琲世, Sasaki Haise) — the First Rank Ghoul Investigator — also known as Eyepatch (眼帯, Gantai)....Ken Kaneki.CharacteristicsDebutManga DebutChapter 1 Tokyo Ghoul:re Chapter 1Anime DebutEpisode 1Voice Actors
His memory comes back in vol 5 of tokyo ghoul:re and becomes as fans call him the 'Black Reaper'. After this he is referred to kaneki and no longer haise sasaki. If your asking this question it means your not afraid of spoilers. Yes he did.
He does not die, when he fought Arima shortly after walking with Hide in his arms, he nearly died since Arima stabbed both of his eyes, going through a part of his brain, but luckily he didn't die, instead it wiped out his memory almost completely.
Season 3 (Tokyo Ghoul:re, Season 1) The CCG realised Kaneki's potential so they used the situation and gave him a new identity, as he had no clue about his former self. During the battle against the Tsukiyama family, Ken Kaneki finally reemerges as Haise Sasaki regains his memories and accepts his true personality.
nineteen-year-oldMain characters. The main protagonist of the story, Ken Kaneki (金木 研, Kaneki Ken) is a nineteen-year-old black haired university freshman that receives an organ transplant from Rize, who was trying to kill him before she was struck by a fallen I-beam and seemingly killed.
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