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Takemichi Hanagaki, a freeter in his forties, found out one day that the Tokyo Manji Gang had killed Hinata Tachibana and her younger brother Naoto.
In this case, both Hinata and Naoto belonged to the Tachibana clan.
When Takemichi is pushed in front of a train,
When Takemichi is pushed in front of a train, he travels back in time exactly twelve years to 2005.
While revisiting his middle school years, Takemichi runs into Naoto and reveals the date of his and Hinata’s deaths.
After shaking hands, Takemichi is immediately returned to the present, creating a contradiction in which Naoto is free to continue her life and profession as a detective.
Naoto has concluded that whenever he and Takemichi clasp hands, the younger man rewinds 15 years.
Takemichi has resolved to use the future knowledge he has learned to rescue Hinata.
Ex-members of Takemichi’s group were forced to join in clandestine battles commanded by Kiyomasa, a gangster in the Tokyo Manji.
Mikey, the group’s leader, respects Takemichi for his unflinching dedication to protecting them.
Takemichi finds out that one of his other friends,
Takemichi finds out that another of his friends, Akkun, was going to jail until his most recent altercation with Mikey.
When Akkun kills himself out of fear,
By Akkun’s suicide, Takemichi learns that the Tokyo Manji Gang poses a larger threat to his friends than he had previously suspected.
Takemichi’s time travel allows him to see that the Moebius Gang and the Tokyo Manji Gang are at war with one another to avenge Pah-companion.
Takemichi finds out that Mikey would eventually act violently because Draken,
Takemichi learns that Mikey would act violently in the end because Draken, his second-in-command, will be killed.
Draken escapes unscathed, but Pah-chin, having stabbed the Osanai of the Moebius gang, turns himself in to the police.
Since no one in the Tokyo Manji Gang agrees on how best to help Pah-chin, this has caused tension among the group.
The issue between Mikey and Draken is resolved thanks to Takemichi, however on August 3, 2005, the Tokyo Manji Gang was assaulted by members of the Moebius gang led by Valhalla member Shoji Hanma.
Takemichi learns that Kiyomasa murdered Draken because Draken humiliated and forced him to leave the Tokyo Manji Gang, and that Peh-yan joined their scheme after Mikey and Draken permitted Pah-chin to be imprisoned.
This news comes to Takemichi courtesy of Peh-yan.
The Tokyo Manji Gang wins the fight, Takemichi defeats Kiyomasa, and Draken makes a complete recovery from his wounds.
both the “Valhalla” and “Bloody Halloween” arcs.
Takemichi has returned to the present, and in this timeline, Hinata and his comrades are still being killed.
Time travel allowed Takemichi to learn about Tetta Kisaki’s role in the violent transformation of the Tokyo Manji Gang.
Back in the past, he learned that Kisaki had lately joined the gang and, in Pah’s absence, had assumed leadership of his division.
Kazutora Hanemiya, a former member and co-founder of the Tokyo Manji Gang, influenced Keisuke Baji, the first division captain, to leave the gang and join Valhalla.
Mikey has promised to remove Kisaki from the gang if he is successful in reclaiming Baji; else, he would break his word to Takemichi.
Takemichi has joined Takashi Mitsuya’s section of the Tokyo Manji Gang.
Takemichi finds out that Mikey has a grudge towards Kazutora because of the death of Mikey’s older brother Shinichiro two years before.
In addition, Chifuyu Matsuno tells Takemichi that Baji said he left the gang to investigate Kisaki’s actions.
He also learns that Mikey was Kisaki’s original choice to head Valhalla and that the Tokyo Manji Gang will be absorbed into Valhalla after a battle on October 31, 2005 (also known as “Bloody Halloween”)
Mikey retaliated by murdering Kazutora for Baji’s death, ensuring their failure.