The most anticipated shonen series Tokyo Revengers has finally released Tokyo Revengers Season 2. Tokyo Revenger Season 1’s last episode left a hole in the fans’ hearts with a massive cliffhanger. Before you check out the release dates and timings of Tokyo Revengers Season 2, let’s get to know more about this popular series.
Tokyo Revengers, which has swept many people’s hearts with its character designs and story, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Ken Wakui. It was published in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine in March 2021, and till now 31 Tankobon volumes have been collected so far.
The anime adaptation for the same was produced by Liden Films, whose work includes Berserk, Cells at Work Code Black, and Afterschool Dice Club. Tokyo Revengers Season 1 aired in July and ran 24 episodes till September 2021. Tokyo Revengers Season 2 premiered in January 2023. A live-action sequel is set to release in 2023 as well. The manga crossed sales of 70 million copies in December 2022, making it the best-selling manga of all time.
With Tokyo Revenger’s intro, it is time to share the release dates and timings of Tokyo Revengers Season 2, but wait! Before you start watching Tokyo Revengers Season 2, we recommend you recap Tokyo Revengers Season 1 for a better experience and a refresher.
Tokyo Revengers Season 1 Recap
Hanagaki Takemichi, an ordinary part-timer shocked upon the news of his ex-girlfriend Tachibana Hinata’s death, who got killed in a conflict between Tokyo Manji Gang, tries to contemplate while waiting for the train. He gets pushed off the platform and gets hit by the train. Instead of dying, he wakes up to find that he has time-traveled back to his junior high school days.
He comes across Naoto, his classmate who will become a police officer in the future. Naoto insists he goes back in time and prevents the leaders of Tokyo Manji Gang, Sano, and Kisaki from meeting Hinata to avoid Hinata dying in the future. He takes up the mission of saving Hinata but gets enslaved by Tokyo Manji Gang.
Eventually, Takemichi relives the happy moments with Hinata again but gets thrown back to the present. Upon returning, he finds out that Tokyo Manji Gang had split into Mikey Faction and Kisaki Faction, which led to Draken’s death.
Takemichi, convinced to prevent Draken’s death, investigates the incident. Despite many hardships and great face-offs, Takemichi doesn’t give up and prevents Draken’s death.
But soon, Takemichi realizes there’s a greater conspiracy going on and admits that it was Kisaki Tetta who caused this uproar. After going back and forth in time, Takemichi returns to his present and realizes he cannot change the future after all.
Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Plot
According to the sources, Tokyo Revengers Season 2 will start from where it left off. Tokyo Revengers Season 2 will cover Christmas Showdown Arc and show the story of Takemichi after returning to the present.
Takemichi learns of the Tokyo Manji Gang’s large-scale criminal organization after eating up Black Dragons, which still resulted in his friends’ deaths. Takemichi travels back in time and finds out that Hakkai Shiba was forced to leave Tokyo Manji Gang under the orders of his abusive brother.
Tokyo Revengers Season 2 cast
The cast members of Tokyo Revengers Season 2 are as follows:
- Azumi Waki as Hinata Tachibana
- Yūki Shin as Takemichi Hanagaki
- Daisuke Ono as Yasuhiro Mutō
- Junya Enoki as Seishū Inui
- Kengo Kawanishi as Nahoya Kawata
- Masaaki Mizunaka as Keisuke Baji
- Masaya Fukunishi as Ken Ryūgūji
- Mikako Komatsu as Yuzuha Shiba
- Natsuki Hanae as Hajime Kokonoi
- Ryota Ohsaka as Naoto Tachibana
- Shō Karino as Chifuyu Matsuno
- Shouta Hayama as Kazushi Yamagishi
- Showtaro Morikubo as Tetta Kisaki
- Shunichi Toki as Kazutora Hanemiya
- Shunsuke Takeuchi as Makoto Suzuki
- Subaru Kimura as Haruka Hayashida
- Takuma Terashima as Atsushi Sendō
- Takuya Eguchi as Shūji Hanma
- Tasuku Hatanaka as Hakkai Shiba
- Tomokazu Sugita as Taiju Shiba
- Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Takashi Mitsuya
- Yukihiro Nozuyama as Ryōhei Hayashi
- Yumi Uchiyama as Emma Sano
- Yuu Hayashi as Manjirō Sano
- Yūya Hirose as Takuya Yamamoto
Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode Release Dates
Tokyo Revengers Franchise announced that Tokyo Revengers Season 2 would have 13 episodes in total, and the release dates for the same have been shared below.
- Tokyo Revengers, Season 2, Episode 1, “It is what it is” – January 8, 2023
- Tokyo Revengers, Season 2, Episode 2, “Gotta go” – January 15, 2023
- Tokyo Revengers, Season 2, Episode 3, “Stand Alone” – January 22
- Tokyo Revengers, Season 2, Episode 4, “Family Bonds” – January 29
- Tokyo Revengers, Season 2, Episode 5, “Christmas Eve” – February 5
- Tokyo Revengers, Season 2, Episode 6, “Whip up Morale” – February 12
- Tokyo Revengers, Season 2, Episode 7, “Sibling Rivalry” – February 19
- Tokyo Revengers, Season 2, Episode 8, “Strive Together” – February 26
- Tokyo Revengers, Season 2, Episode 9, “TBA” – March 5
- Tokyo Revengers, Season 2, Episode 10, “TBA” – March 12
- Tokyo Revengers, Season 2, Episode 11, “TBA” – March 19
- Tokyo Revengers, Season 2, Episode 12, “TBA” – March 26
- Tokyo Revengers, Season 2, Episode 13, “TBA” – April 2 (presumed)
The shared dates are subject to change, so make sure to follow our page for updates.
Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode Timings
The timings for Tokyo Revengers Season 2 have been shared for your convenience. Do match your location’s timing before the release of the episode, as the time may vary from place to place.
- Japanese Standard Time – 2:08 AM JST (Sunday, February 26)
- Pacific Time – 9:08 AM PT (Sunday, February 26)
- Central Time – 11:08 AM CT (Sunday, February 26)
- Eastern Time – 12:08 AM ET (Sunday, February 26)
- British Time – 5:08 PM GMT (Sunday, February 26)
- European Time – 7:08 PM CEST (Sunday, February 26)
- Indian Time – 10:38 PM IST (Sunday, February 26)
Where to watch Tokyo Revengers Season 2?
You can watch Tokyo Revengers Season 2 on Disney+ and Hulu. Crunchyroll has yet to release season 2, but Tokyo Revengers season 1 is available.
We hope the timetable and release dates will help you stay on top of things and make time for the latest episodes.
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