Wind Breaker Episode 9 release date, time, and where to watch

Mark your calendars for Wind Breaker Episode 9 which is all set to release on June 1, 2024, at 12 am JST.

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By Mahaksh Chauhan | May 24, 2024 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

The fans are excited for Wind Breaker Episode 9 which will be out soon. Rather than giving up at the end, Togame could have knocked Sakura out instead of working through his concerns with everything. Coming to the meat of the matter, I must admit that I was surprised by Choji’s first aggressiveness. Oh, so he’s actively trying to avoid boredom, huh? I anticipate a life-or-death struggle for him following that “Wind Breaker” blow that Ume delivered to him!

Release Date and Where to Watch Wind Breaker Episode 9

Mark your calendars for Wind Breaker Episode 9 which is all set to release on June 1, 2024, at 12 am JST.

Time ZoneDateTime
Korean Standard TimeJune 1, 202412:00 a.m. (KST)
Pacific Standard TimeMay 31, 20247:00 a.m. (PST)
Indian Standard TimeMay 31, 20248:30 p.m. (IST)
Central European TimeMay 31, 20244:00 p.m. (CET)
Australian Standard TimeJune 1, 20241:30 a.m. (AST)
Japanese Standard TimeJune 1, 202412:00 a.m. (JST)

Only on Crunchyroll, you can stream Wind Breaker Episode 9.

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Review and Recap

I thought Sakura would lose when this battle began because Togame is still significantly stronger than him. As the conflict progressed, though, I began to see that his motivation had shifted, and I began to understand the arc’s central theme better.

Sakura develops a tepid respect for Togame during the fight, which explains why he is so enraged when Choji kicks him and Sakura pulls his last blow. In the waning moments of the altercation, they begin to address each other by name out of respect. Sakura reaches Togame and convinces him he made a mistake, even if he isn’t sure what he’s doing.

It was a well-staged scene when Togame’s subconscious substituted Choji for Sakura. Though he grows as a person throughout the conflict, our cute tsundere badass still doesn’t understand why he’s so furious. And I loved how Nirei caught him as he tripped and fell as he was leaving the stage.

I found myself returning to watch specific exchanges in the fight multiple times, which likely made this episode twice as long as usual to watch. On first viewings, I failed to grasp certain plot points; but, upon further viewings, the events always became crystal clear.

The idea of communicating through combat has been central to this storyline. Choji seemed to be completely bewildered. When compared to everyone else, his eyes appear completely vacant. Again, this whole thing is about gesturing with the fists, and this guy really needs to learn how to communicate with his hands.

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