Hiro Hamada, voiced by Ryan Potter, is the leader of the group Big Hero 6, a team of superheroes whose goal is to protect the city of San Fransokyo in the 2014 animated Big Hero 6 Disney movie. Following the death of his older brother Tadashi Hamada, Hiro is accompanied by the lovable Baymax whom his brother Tadashi created. The group of friends eventually using their robotic skills to create superhero costumes to defeat the evil Professor Callaghan. Dress up like the boy genius with this Hiro Hamada costume guide.
Dress like the superhero with a Hiro Hamada T-shirt, Tech Performance Full Zip Hoodie, Long Lightweight Cargo Shorts, Chuck Taylor All Star High Top Sneakers, and Yellow Wide Shoelaces. Don’t forget your personal healthcare companion Baymax Plush Toy.
Hiro’s style is much more laid back and relaxed than his older brother Tadashi Hamada’s, so you shouldn’t have to go much further than your own closet to find all the pieces you need for this costume! The shirt that has the robot on it will probably be easiest to find online along with the Baymax plush doll. But for the rest of the clothes needed, just take a look around in your closet! Rough your hair up a little to get the look that Hiro is all about!
Hiro doesn’t go far without the rest of the crew from Big Hero 6, which makes this the perfect opportunity for a group cosplay! Go Go Tomago, Honey Lemon, Wasabi, and Fred are all friends of Hiro and can easily go along with Hiro. Follow this cosplay guide and send a picture of your completed costume to be posted in the Hiro cosplay gallery.
Hiro Hamada is the younger brother of Tadashi Hamada in the 2014 Disney animated film Big Hero 6. Hiro is so intelligent that he graduated from high school at the age of thirteen. Because he knows he’s brilliant, Hiro can be somewhat cocky and believes that he knows everything, His brother, Tadashi, tried to convince him to use his knowledge to go to college, but Hiro didn’t understand why he would go when he knows more than they could ever teach him.
Hiro bet on bot fights he built until his brother suddenly passed away in an “accidental” fire. This changed Hiro’s outlook on life, and he turned to Baymax and Tadashi’s best friends to discover what really happened. Hiro and the crew set out to protect the people of San Fransokyo as superheroes. Now, all Hiro wants in life is to find justice for his brother and to stop others from the same unfair treatment.