A narrative Initial performance
A freeter in his forties named Takemichi Hanagaki learned one day that Hinata Tachibana and her younger brother Naoto had been murdered by the Tokyo Manji Gang.
The Tachibana household was the home of Hinata and Naoto.
Takemichi has a unique ability that allows him to go back in time precisely twelve years to the year 2005 when he is shoved in front of a train.
During his middle school years, Takemichi encounters Naoto and tells him the precise day when he and Hinata will pass away.
When they shake hands, Takemichi is instantly sent back to the present, which leads to a paradoxical position where Naoto is able to go on with her life and her job as a detective.
When the two of them hold hands, Naoto has come to the conclusion that Takemichi travels back in time by 15 years.
Takemichi has decided to save Hinata by using the information he has acquired from the future.
A member of the Tokyo Manji Gang named Kiyomasa oversaw the covert fight in which Takemichi’s erstwhile associates were compelled to participate.
Takemichi’s unwavering commitment to their protection is something that Mikey, the group’s leader, admires.
Takemichi learns that Akkun, one of his other buddies, was on the verge of going to prison until his latest run-in with Mikey stopped it.
Takemichi discovers that the Tokyo Manji Gang is a greater menace to his companions than he initially believed when Akkun kills himself out of terror.
The Tokyo Manji Gang is at war with the rival gang Moebius to get revenge on Pah-companion, Takemichi discovers as a result of his time travel.
Takemichi finds out that Mikey would ultimately get violent because Draken, his second-in-command, will be slain.
Draken is unharmed and manages to get away from the brawl, but Pah-chin, who had just stabbed the Moebius gang’s Osanai, surrenders to the police.
The Tokyo Manji Gang disagrees on the best way to assist Pah-chin in this situation as a result of this.
Takemichi successfully settles the conflict between Mikey and Draken, but on August 3, 2005, a number of Moebius members headed by Valhalla member and Shoji Hanma attacked the Tokyo Manji Gang.
Takemichi discovers that Peh-yan joined their scheme after Mikey and Draken allowed Pah-chin to be imprisoned and that Kiyomasa stabbed Draken as a result of Draken humiliating him and forcibly forcing him to quit the Tokyo Manji Gang.
To Temichi, Peh-yan teaches this information.
Takemichi overcomes Kiyomasa in the last round of the combat, which is won by the Tokyo Manji Gang. Draken makes a full recovery from his wounds.
Aspects of “Valhalla” and “Bloody Halloween”
After crossing into another time period, Takemichi arrives in the present to discover Hinata and his colleagues are still in danger of dying.
Only after traveling through time did Takemichi discover Tetta Kisaki’s contribution to the violent evolution of the Tokyo Manji Gang.
When he arrived in the past, he discovered that Kisaki had just recently joined the gang and had taken advantage of Pah’s absence to take over as the new boss of his section.
With the help of former Tokyo Manji Gang co-founder Kazutora Hanemiya, the commander of the first division, Keisuke Baji, will also be departing to join Valhalla.
If he succeeds in bringing Baji back, Mikey will banish Kisaki from the group in order to uphold his word to Takemichi.
After becoming a part of Takashi Mitsuya’s division, Takemichi is now an official member of the Tokyo Manji Gang.
Takemichi learns that Mikey holds Kazutora accountable for the death of Mikey’s elder brother Shinichiro, who died two years before.
Additionally, Takemichi learns from Chifuyu Matsuno that Baji claimed to have quit the gang in order to look into Kisaki’s behavior.
Additionally, he discovers that Mikey was intended to be Valhalla’s leader when it was established by Kisaki and that the Tokyo Manji Gang would eventually be integrated into Valhalla after a fight on October 31, 2005, commonly known as “Bloody Halloween.”
They were defeated as a result of Mikey’s murder of Kazutora in retribution for the killing of Baji.