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Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode 2: Gotta go

The story follows Takemichi Hanagaki, a 27-year-old man who finds himself transported back in time to his high school days

By Sonu | Jan 21, 2023 | 5 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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The anime “Tokyo Revengers” is based on a manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Ken Wakui. The anime adaptation was produced by the animation studio Liden Films and directed by Takeshi Furuta. The series was written by Tatsuya Takahashi and features character designs by Kenichi Ohnuki and music composed by Takurō Iga. The anime premiered on April 11, 2021 and is currently being broadcast on various streaming platforms. The story follows Takemichi Hanagaki, a 27-year-old man who finds himself transported back in time to his high school days, where he becomes determined to save his best friend and his girlfriend from being killed by a powerful gang. Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode 2: Gotta go

Overview of Tokyo Revengers: Takemichi expels the former Black Dragon gang

In the starting of episode, Takemichi thinks he has seen the man before as he examines him. Hakkai recognises Takemichi and questions whether becoming a captain has changed the way he thinks. Hakkai then identifies himself as the Second Division Vice-Captain. Yuzuha wants to leave, but Hakkai insists that he hasn’t finished bowling and that he won’t feel like he has bowled until he has bowled ten games. Takemichi finally recalls that the present-day Hakkai is a member of Black Dragon and questions why he has joined Toman. takemichi thinks back to the time he spent with Kazutora in the present, when Kazutora revealed that Hakkai was the eleventh leader of the Black Dragon. Rumor has it that Hakkai overthrew Black Dragon after murdering the previous ruler for gain.

Hakkai’s height and slim body are mentioned by Hinata, which irritates Takemichi. Hakkai strikes out, knocking out every pin, and grinned at Takemichi and Hinata. Angered, Takemichi decides to demonstrate his bowling prowess, and the two get into a match. Hinata is joined by Yuzuha, and as she watches them, she observes that Hakkai strikes the pins more forcefully than Takemichi. Yuzuha adds that Hakkai is utilising the heaviest ball, which is the reason. Takemichi hears that and is surprised. They continue to battle, but Takemichi eventually misses his attack. 

Moving on to a punching machine, Takemichi averages 50 points while Hakkai achieves the maximum 100. When they play whack-a-mole after that, Hakkai easily outperforms Takemichi in terms of speed and skill. Takemichi loses once more when they play billiards next. Takemichi concurs with Hakkai’s suggestion that they play some Ping-Pong, but Yuzuha insists that there isn’t any table tennis there and that they should go instead. Hakkai apologises and says he just enjoys watching Takemichi’s emotions.

As a result of his decision, Hakkai extends an invitation to visit his home. Yuzuha claims that because they are brothers, she is their big sister. The fact that Hakkai and Yuzuha are siblings surprises Takemichi. Yuzuha comments to Takemichi that he appears frail and questions how he got the captaincy. Despite having far greater talent than him to surpass him in rank, Hakkai isn’t concerned with positions. Hinata concurs, remarking that Hakkai appears tough. Hakkai freezes in that instant. Hakkai responds that captains have too many limits and that he prefers to be free, noting that Yuzuha thinks he is useless. Hakkai once more freezes when Hinata asserts that he is cool. 

Hakkai is awkward, according to Yuzuha, and he freezes up when a girl speaks to him. If this is the Hakkai Shiba from Black Dragons, Takemichi questions whether it is. If Takashi, his commander, and Hakkai get along, he queries Hakkai. Due of their similar ages, Hakkai advises him to quit being so courteous. Takashi is described by Yuzuha as being similar to Hakkai’s older brother. Hakkai admits that Takashi is indeed like a true older brother and that he has taught him what distinguishes a hoodlum from a scumbag. When Hakkai’s phone’s lockscreen displays an image of Takashi, Yuzuha declares that he likes the boy too much. She displays her Hakkai lockscreen out of frustration. Takemichi is relieved to hear that they get along, but he wonders if Hakkai may eventually be the cause of Takashi’s disappearance. Takemichi is perplexed by the modern Hakkai’s extreme differences and wonders what transpired to alter them so drastically.

When they arrive at Hakkai’s home, they notice Black Dragons on the porch. Hakkai tells Takemichi to leave after Yuzuha announces that their brother has returned. When Hajime sees Hakkai, he notices that the younger sibling has returned. Takemichi is unsure of who they are, but after realising that Hajime is from the Black Dragons in the present, he remembers that they are the biker gang they are up against. When one of them identifies Takemichi as Captain from Toman, Hajime becomes enraged that a Toman citizen is invading their territory. 

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Hajime says that their boss gave them the authority to kill any other gang member who invades their territory after hearing about Takemichi. Get Takemichi, according to Seishu’s directions. Hinata is told to leave by Yuzuha, who warns that they won’t be lenient with girls. Using the excuse that Takemichi is his friend, Hakkai orders them to cease. Hajime claims that the gang won’t pay attention to him and that they still need to learn a lesson. Hakkai warns them once more not to touch them, but one of the group members claims they don’t listen to him and suggests they also touch the females. After urging them to leave, Hakkai hits him, knocking him to the ground and frightening the majority of the group. 

Hakkai regrets involving Takemichi and informs him that Taiju Shiba, their elder brother, is Black Dragon’s master. Hajime responds that Taiju went to the convenience shop when Hakkai inquires about his whereabouts. Hakkai, who is incensed, queries Taiju’s decision to return home at this time given how infrequently he does it. Hakkai is warned by Seishu to be careful what he says and to stop talking trash about their employer or else he would murder him. Yuzuha kicks Seishu away. Seishu is told by Hajime to stop because they are Taiju’s siblings, but Seishu is unconcerned because he swore allegiance to Taiju. Takemichi muses about his options before deciding that he must leave in order to protect Hinata above everything else. At that precise moment, Taiju resurfaces, charges Takemichi, and uses a clothesline technique to bring him to the ground. 

Taiju picks on Takemichi and says it’s unfair for others to enjoy themselves without him. When Taiju asks who Takemichi is, Hajime responds that he is the Captain of Toman. Hajime verifies it and adds that he is Hakkai’s friend, which makes Taiju chuckle in disbelief. Takemichi is struck by Taiju. He turns to Hakkai and apologises for bringing a stranger into their house but declines to even join the Black Dragons. Then Taiju tells Hakkai to kill Takemichi by beating him.

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