Tokyo Revengers fans have been eagerly awaiting the start of the third season, and the wait is finally over. Returning to the world of gang fights, time travel, and complex bonds of friendship and love, the new season promises to deliver plenty of excitement.
Previously in Tokyo Revengers, it appeared that Takemichi had managed to change the past for the better. However, things took a dark turn when Kisaki’s sinister plans prevailed, leading Mikey and Toman down a dangerous path. Unfortunately, Takemichi was unable to save Hinata, and now a new villain, Izana Kurokawa, has arrived in town, promising even more challenges for our hero. With so much anticipation, Tokyo Revengers fans couldn’t be more thrilled.
The third season, titled “Tokyo Revengers: Arc Tenjiku,” will officially premiere on October 3 for most regions of the world. For Japanese fans, the series will debut at midnight on various local networks on October 4. Disney Plus has acquired the international broadcasting rights, and the first episode will be available at 3:00 am in Japan.
However, due to the simultaneous release schedule that the platform will adopt, the release time for France is expected to be in the early evening. The third season of Tokyo Revengers is scheduled to be released on October 4 at 5:00 pm.
In the Arc Tenjiku of Tokyo Revengers, Takemichi Hanagaki faces a new, greater challenge than ever before. Reuniting with Manjiro Sano and attempting to rewrite the past, a dark future looms ahead, marked by the disappearance of Mikey and the downfall of the Tokyo Manji gang. To thwart Kisaki’s sinister agenda, Takemichi embarks on a journey to become stronger.
However, the plot takes an unexpected turn with the appearance of the mysterious Yokohama gang, Tenjiku, and its leader, Izana Kurokawa. Tenjiku aims to overthrow all divisions of Toman and dominate the entire territory of Japanese gangs, bringing new challenges for Takemichi and his friends.
The talented cast of Tokyo Revengers returns for the third season to deliver another thrilling episode. Yūki Shin and Yu Hayashi lend their voices to the protagonists, Takemichi Hanagaki and Manjiro Sano, while Tatsuhisa Suzuki portrays Tetta Kisaki. Showtaro Morikubo voices Izana Kurokawa, and the series features a captivating musical performance by Kouichi Hatsumi of the Official HIGE DANdism group. Satoki Iida, as the sound director, ensures an immersive audio experience. The animation quality is guaranteed by Liden Films, promising an exciting continuation of the saga.