Streaming Locations for Episode 4 of Season 2 of “Tokyo Revengers”
Episode 4 of Tokyo Revengers Season 2 will premiere exclusively on Disney+ and Hulu with Japanese audio and English subtitles for audiences outside of the United States and most of Canada. No information on a Season 2 English dub of Tokyo Revengers has been released as of this writing. The Japanese broadcasting networks MBS, AT-X, TV Tokyo, TVH Television Hokkaido, ATV Aomori TV, IBC Iwate Broadcasting, and Miyagi TV will all be showing the fourth episode of Season 2 of Tokyo Revengers.
Since Takemichi is now the first-team captain, a loss to him will be a major setback for Toman. That’s why Mikey and the other cops are debating what to do about the Black Dragons brothers Hakkai and Taiju Shiba. Time remaining till the airing of Episode 4 of Season 2 of Tokyo Revengers is listed below.
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Since Taiju Shiba ordered his younger brother Hakkai to kill Takemichi with a beating, he is in a tight spot. Hakkai tries to argue with Taiju by saying that Takemichi doesn’t realise he’s in Black Dragon territory. When it comes to Hakkai’s justifications for Takemichi’s error, though, Taiju doesn’t give a hoot. Taiju strikes Yuzuha across the face as she attempts to intervene between her siblings and her boyfriend. Taiju criticises Yuzuha for failing to teach Hakkai to obey his instructions while raising him. When Taiju hits his sister, Takemichi steps in and scolds him for his behaviour. So, Taiju kills Takemichi, and Hina steps in to stop it.
Hakkai then proposes that, in order to spare Takemichi’s life, he join the Black Dragon Gang and turn his back on Toman.
Takemichi wakes up later, and he and Hakkai discuss how sorry they are to have left Toman. Hakkai told him he had to leave Toman to deal with Taiju’s group, and that he would go eventually. Takemichi now knows that Taiju, the future 11th head of the Black Dragon Gang, will be murdered by Hakkai. Takemichi, at his house, considers what he can do to prevent the Black Dragon from tainting Toman in the future. He needs to either stop Hakkai from killing Taiju or battle the Black Dragon Gang to put an end to them. Takemichi’s room was full of his pals, including Chifuyu, and they were all gossiping about the Black Dragon Gang. While playing cards, they discussed his recent misfortune. In light of Toman’s recent promotion to first-team captain, Taiju’s knockout of Takemichi must have felt like a deep slap.
The higher-ups won’t let this slide, so expect Toman and the Black Dragon gang to square off. If this is true, Toman is in deep peril; the Black Dragon Gang, led by Taiju Shiba, is not to be trifled with. Chifuyu claims that all members of the 10th generation Black Dragon Gang, and especially the murder squad, are psychos, making them the most deadly governing gang in the Kanto area. Even though Toman was able to free Kazutora Hanemiya from the Black Dragon Gang’s ninth generation by defeating them, things will be different now that Taiju is the gang’s leader. Taiju Shiba, in contrast to the ninth generation, profits off selling violence. His affluent connections allowed him to refund the Black Dragon Gang.
That’s why Takemichi won’t drag Toman into his grudge match with the Black Dragon Gang, but Chifuyu wants to have a talk with him on the bike. Chifuyu tells Takemichi that Baji would want him to take it easy and not worry too much about Toman, so that’s what he should do.
Takemichi decides on the spot to reveal his future origin. Chifuyu reacted very calmly to Takemichi’s confession. Instead, he praised Takemichi as a hero for having battled on his own to save Toman, his comrades, and his girlfriend. To ensure that Kisaki doesn’t end up killing both of them, Chifuyu also resolves to go to extreme lengths with Takemichi. As Takemichi’s partner and second-in-command, he is in favour of the latter’s idea to form a new first division in Toman. The topic of what happened to Takemichi and the Black Dragon Gang is brought up by Draken at Toman’s officer meeting. The defeat of Takemichi only solidifies the Black Dragon Gang’s position that they will be at war with Toman. Hakkai immediately gets down on his knees to beg Mikey for permission to leave Toman after hearing about what transpired between Takemitchi and Taiju. Only Takemichi, of all the officers, turned down Hakkai’s offer.
It is in Takemichi and Chifuyu’s best interest for Hakkai to remain in Toman, should the worst-case scenario play out. In an effort to smooth things up, Takemichi offers Mikey a dorayaki instead of hastily accepting Hakkai’s resignation. Needless to say, Mikey and Drakken were even more frustrated by the outcome. At the end of the episode, Mitsuya breaks the news to Hakkai that Mikey has decided not to accept his resignation.
Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode 4 Air Date
On January 28, 2023, areas including the United States, the United Kingdom, and Europe will get their hands on Episode 4 of Season 2 of Tokyo Revengers. On January 29, 2023, the fourth episode will premiere in Japan. The time and date for the Japanese premiere of Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode 4 are January 29, 2023, at 2:08 AM JST.
The following schedules apply to your area if the data provided here holds true and there are no broadcast delays:
9:08 a.m., Pacific Time (January 28, 2023)
Today, March 8, at 11:08 a.m. (January 28, 2023)
It is currently 12:08 PM EST (January 28, 2023)
Time in the UK: 5:08 p.m. (January 28, 2023)