All known Jigsaw victims, including Ito and Navarro, have a history with drugs.
— Tapp finds a connection between Jigsaw's victims[src]

Mitsuka Ito is a fictional character from the Saw franchise. He is one of the unseen characters in the series.


Yakuza Connection

Mitsuka Ito was a drug dealer and member of the Yakuza from 119th Street. It is unknown if he was already a member of the organization during the gang war with the rivalling gang K2K from 118th Street. If so, he likely participated in the mass execution of most of K2K's members after they tried to expand their territory and drug traffics and subsequently invaded the Yakuza's territory. (Saw II: Flesh & Blood)


Two years after the gang war, Ito was targeted by John Kramer, better known as the Jigsaw Killer, due to his criminal activities. He was abducted along with Ronnie Navarro, a drug dealer of the Blood Eye Gang, and was forced to play one of Jigsaw's deadly games. When they woke up, their hands were strapped to ropes attached to a pulley system. The pulleys were attached to large barrels of sulfuric acid propped up above their heads. If both of them pulled at the same time, the pulley would have given them enough slack to reach the door. However eventually both men were killed by the acid.


After their death, Jigsaw cut two jigsaw pieces from their skins. The bodies were later found by the Metropolitan Police Department. When Detective David Tapp arrived at the crime scene the acid hadn't left much of their corpses. They were sent to the morgue by Jennings Foster. Back at the police station, Tapp wrote a report about the incident. He speculated that something could've prevented Ito and Navarro from working together. (Saw II: Flesh & Blood)

Appearances and References

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