One doesn't build a strong organization without strong people. That's especially the case in a criminal organization. And since the King of the Underworld cannot be everywhere, he needs somebody to be his "guy" in Rosebery.
I have two different ideas over who that guy should be, so I'd like your feedback.
Candidate #1: Meet Yamada Taro.
The name literally means nothing - like "John Doe", it's a default name put into forms. Here, Taro is wearing a gray tie with his gray shirt, under a dark gray suit.
His company does those little flourishes you see in typical buildings. Chair rail. Mouldings. Lobby video screens. Cheap work with shiny finishes, meant to launder mob money through long term, no-bid contracts. If this was New Jersey, he might be putting in the final touches once Tony Soprano's crew gets done.
So what does he need a teenage mob for?
Somebody repaints a wall when there's gang graffiti, fixes a storage door after thieves break in, and gets the tasker to build new, gleaming security desks. And if things work out at Rosebery, maybe more of Japan will need..."fixing".
(Picture credit: came from the White Dragon anime site).
Candidate #2: Hank Ngata.
And then there's Hank. You can spot this guy a mile away. A New Zealand Maori, he heard tales of how his land was settled, and decided to spend his life conquering other lands. He was instrumental in getting some powerful New Guinea mobsters to back Cesar.
He sees places like Rosebery as stepping stones towards gaining a presence in the Asian archipelagos, and maybe someday, the mainland. And it has not escaped his notice how the rich kids throw their money around (and how some of them look in skirts). A few weapons and a lot of blow can go a long way.
So this might be fun, putting together a team, pissing off the locals, and getting some kid to do the heavy lifting while he takes in the local talent, two legs at a time.
(Pic: Not much Maori anime out there, so this is somebody's rendition of Moby Dick's Quequeg. Probably a faux Disney knockoff, for all I care.)
One is a ghost, the man behind the throne. The other wants to be the Genghis Khan of his generation.