The first several chapters of Jujutsu Kaisen were devoted completely to Kashimo’s combat exploits. To begin with, he faced Panda, who Kashimo easily defeated, and then he faced Hakari, who he also easily defeated. In the end, Hakari prevailed against Kashimo. But what actually won over the audience was not the bout itself, but rather the friendship that developed between the two fighters afterwards. The reintroduction of long-dead characters was also a pleasure for the show’s devotees. The new chapters have a major impact on the tale because of the return of Kenjaku, Noritoshi, Maki, and other characters.
Chapter 192 of Jujutsu Kaisen has been highly anticipated by fans following the release of an excellent chapter the previous week. Although the chapter is now on pause, the next publication date has already been set. The new chapter 192 of Jujutsu Kaisen will be released on Sunday, July 31 once the break is over. On Viz Media or Manga Plus’s official websites, you may read the chapter in its entirety. The chapters of JJK are released simultaneously, resulting in distinct release dates for different regions. As a result, below is the schedule you must adhere to.
8:00 a.m. in the morning (July 31)
10:00 a.m., Central Standard Time (July 31)
11:00 AM Eastern Standard Time (July 31)
Afternoon in the United Kingdom (July 31)
The time now is 5:00 p.m. European Standard Time (July 31)
8:35 p.m. local Indian time (July 31)
11:00 PM (Japanese time) (August 1)
Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 191 Recap
A brief flashback to Noritoshi’s residence earlier in the book showed Shino living there. Noritoshi, meantime, returns and is surprised to find the elderly guy. Shiho credits Kuroroshi, the captain of the guards when he inquires about how he got inside the building. Noritoshi responds by telling the elderly man that the captain’s name is Heishichi and asking whether he has forgotten about the next head of the family, referring to himself as the next head of family. A youngster like him cannot fool Shiho, yet Shiho does agree that he does look like master Noritoshi.
On discovering that Kenjaku is present, Noritoshi immediately steps out of the room to confront him. He makes fun of Noritoshi’s tardiness by pointing out that the transportation system in Tokyo is broken. After that, Kenjaku and Noritoshi talk about how Noritoshi believed the Jujutsu Headquarters would have been reduced to puppets if the upper authority had come from the Kamo Clan instead. It turns out there was an order for his execution since he looked like Suguru Geto, and so only a few people were guilty of corruption. It’s clear to Kenjaku that Gakuganji had the power to influence the conservatives, and therefore he wanted to take back the notice from headquarters.
He goes on to argue that removing Gojo’s seal would be a criminal act because he is regarded as a key collaborator in the Shibuya event. Noritoshi has lost all hope at this moment. Noritoshi inquires if he has also dealt with those who recommended the execution of Suguru Geto. He confirms this, saying he’s dealt with people who claimed Okkotsu was Itadori’s killer as well. Asked if Kenjaku plans to murder Noritoshi, the latter replies that he does not.
Kenjaku, on the other hand, rejects this, claiming that even if he were alive, he couldn’t do anything to harm the site. Now the action takes place in the present day, and the location has been overrun by a gigantic beast. It appears like a cursed ghost to Maki, but she has a nagging suspicion about it. Maki is slammed into the wall by a gigantic beast that moves at an incredible pace. Naoya is revealed to be the creature’s true identity.