A Detailed Guide to All Tokyo Revengers Episodes

Ken Wakui’s Tokyo Revengers is a curveball for all otakus. Time-leap anime tend to be more complex, but this series will give you one twist after another till you just can’t speculate anymore.

Middle school gangs might not be for everyone, but rest assured, these kids are tougher than they look. Of course, we can’t forget Draken, the guy who stole the most hearts among fans. Crazy hairstyles, gang tension, and time traveling meet an earnest but confused protagonist in Tokyo Revengers.

So far, Tokyo Revengers has received a 24-episode season 1, and its second season is currently ongoing. Season 2 (Christmas Showdown Arc) is listed with 13 episodes. Since it only has two seasons, the obvious order to watch them is by following the release order of episodes.

So let’s get involved in this world of middle school gangs and diehard chuunibyous.

1. Release Order

  • Tokyo Revengers Season 1 (24 episodes)
  • Tokyo Revengers Season 2 (13 episodes)

2. Chronological Order

The episodes have also been listed according to the timeline so that you know what happens when and can keep a track of the events.

  • Episode 16
  • Episode 1
  • Episode 2
  • Episode 3
  • Episode 7
  • Episode 8
  • Episode 9
  • Episode 10
  • Episode 11
  • Episode 14
  • Episode 15
  • Episode 17
  • Episode 19
  • Episode 20
  • Episode 21
  • Episode  22
  • Episode 23
  • Episode 26
  • Episode 4
  • Episode 5
  • Episode 6
  • Episode 12
  • Episode 13
  • Episode 18
  • Episode 24
  • Episode 25

3. Where to Watch Tokyo Revengers with Eng dub and sub?

Season 1 of Tokyo Revengers is available on Crunchyroll, Hulu and Disney+. The first 24 episodes are available on all the platforms with both English subtitles and dub. However, season 2 is exclusively available on Disney+ due to the Disney and Kodansha collaboration.

Tokyo Revengers | Season 2 Trailer | Hulu
Tokyo Revengers | Season 2 Trailer | Hulu

4. Can you download and watch Tokyo Revengers offline?

Several websites offer download options with their different packages, and we have the readymade list right here:

WebsiteSubscription PackagesOffline Viewing
CrunchyrollFan – $7.99/monthNo
CrunchyrollMega Fan – $9.99/monthYes
CrunchyrollUltimate Fan – $14.99/monthYes
HuluAd-Supported: $7.99/month (or $79.99/year)Yes
HuluNo Ads: $14.99/monthYes
Disney PlusDisney+ Basic $7.99/monthYes
Disney PlusDisney+ Premium $10.99/month or $109.99/year.Yes

5. What to do if Tokyo Revengers is unavailable in your region?

A lot of anime are geo-blocked for several countries. If the anime isn’t available on any streaming website in your area, then you can use a VPN to bypass the geo-block.

There are many paid VPN services available, but you also have free options at hand. You can also use free browser extensions VPNs that you will find in the extension store.

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If you are accessing streaming websites from your phone, you will find several VPNs from the app store.

The important thing is that Tokyo Revengers is present on Crunchyroll, Hulu, and Disney’s catalogs, so set your VPN to a suitable location to access the anime from anywhere.

6. How much time will it take to watch Tokyo Revengers?

It will take you 552 minutes to complete season 1 of Tokyo Revengers. It will take you another 299 minutes to complete season 2. If you want to watch Tokyo Revengers uninterrupted, then you can complete it in 14 hours and 11 minutes.

7. Does Tokyo Revengers have any Fillers?

So far, Tokyo Revengers has zero filler content, and the anime stays true to the manga. You don’t have to skip any episode of the anime, and it hasn’t received any skippable special episode.

8. Detailed Episode Guide

Since there are a lot of time leaps involved in the anime, you might get confused regarding the timeline. Let me help you keep track of the timeline and all the time jumps with this detailed guide on all the episodes.

SPOILERS AHEAD! This page contains spoilers from Tokyo Revengers.
  • Episode 1: Reborn (Adapts chapter 1 from the manga.)

Takemichi, a down-in-the-dump guy, learns of his ex-girlfriend’s murder. It was due to a conflict between the Tokyo Manji gang. He is later killed as someone pushes him onto railroad tracks.

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However, he wakes up in 2005, back in middle school. He informs Hinata’s brother, Naoto,  about the future accident and then gets sucked back into the future, where he is in the infirmary. An adult, Naoto reveals that he saved Takemichi by using the information he had relayed in the past, but his sister still coudn’t be saved.

  • Episode 2: Resist (Adapts chapter 2 from the manga.)

Naoto feeds Takemichi all the information he has on Tokyo Manji, and then instructs him to prevent the meeting between Manjiro Sano and Kiseki Tetta, the gang’s top members. Shaking hands with Naoto triggers the time travel again, and Takemichi is back to his older self’s body.

Takemichi wakes up in the middle of a fight and is beaten by Masataka and his gang. Soon, it becomes a daily thing until Takemichi refuses to let his friend get beaten up and rises against these slave fights.

  • Episode 3: Resolve (Adapts manga chapters 3,4,5)

Masataka takes on the challenge and beats Takemichi to a pulp, but he still doesn’t back down, which freaks out the bigger guy. Finally, Manjiro Sano, the leader of Tokyo Manji, appears, claims Takemichi as a friend and beats up Masataka.

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Later, as Manjiro tries to force Takemichi to hang out, Hinata hits him as she mistakes it for bullying. Later, Manjiro tells Takemichi his goal of making a new era for delinquents.

  • Episode 4: Return (Adapts manga chapters 6,7,8)

Takemichi enjoys some time with Hinata but accidentally holds Naoto’s hand and returns to the present. He tells Naoto about Mikey’s nature and that he couldn’t have become so sinister. They decide to track down Mikey in real time.

In the quest, they find Atsushi, a soldier of Kisaki Tetta and Toman, since Mikey cannot be found. He reports that Mikey has changed ever since Draken died, and saving him is the key to bringing back Mikey’s older self.

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Atsushi correctly guesses that Takemichi can travel to the past, but then he jumps off the roof and kills himself. Later, Kiseki Tetta is shown to have eavesdropped on the conversation.

  • Episode 5: Releap (Adapts manga chapters 9-12)

Naoto informs Takemichi that Toman had apparently spit into the Mikey and Draken faction, and Draken had died due to such dispute. Takemichi can’t believe that the duo can ever fight and wants to go back to the past to prevent it.

Takemichi returns to the past and meets Emma, a girl who is close to the Toman gang. He is also invited to a Toman gathering where Mikey declares that they will fight the Moebius gang.

  • Episode 6: Regret (Adapts chapters 13, 14 and Chapter Extra: Zero)
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Takemichi realizes that Draken is a positive influence on Mikey. In the present, Takemichi and Naoto find out Moebius’ leaser, who divulges the fact that the fight between the gangs was orchestrated and also led to an internal conflict in Toman.

In the past, Takemichi tries to deter Mikey and Toman from the fight, but his plea falls on deaf ears.

  • Episode 7: Revive (Adapts manga chapters 15-17)

The fight against the Moebius gang begins, and Toman overwhelms the gang. Pah-chin stabs Osanai, the leader of Moebius, and gets arrested by the police.

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When he wakes up in the hospital, Emma informs him that Mikey and Draken have a disagreement over saving Pah-chin. Both Mikey and Draken visit Takemichi at the hospital.

  • Episode 8: Rechange (Adapts manga chapters 18-21)

The friendship between the duo is rekindled during the hospital visit. Takemichi later learns from Yamagishi that Draken’s life is in danger. Kiyomasa plans on killing Draken because of the earlier humiliation he had to face.

  • Episode 9: Revolt (Adapts manga chapters 21-23)

Takemichi reaches the parking lot where Draken is expected to die but finds him fighting Moebius. Soon, the rest of Toman arrive to handle the situation. Apparently, a Toman vice-captain, Peh-yan, had allied with the rivals to vent his anger over Pah-chin’s arrest.

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Next, Draken can be seen bleeding on the ground as Kiyomasa holds a knife over him.

  • Episode 10: Rerise (Adapts manga chapters 24-27)

Takemichi is stabbed as he tries to protect Draken. The rest of Toman defeat Moebius.

  • Episode 11: Respect (Adapts manga chapters 27-30)

Draken survives after an operation, and Takemichi becomes a legend in Toman for his successful intervention. He then visits Hinata and then shakes hands with Naoto. When he returns to the present, he gets a call from Naoto revealing that Hinata is alive.

  • Episode 12: Revenge (Adapts manga chapters 31-33)

Takemichi reconnects with Hinata and learns that they had broken up. Then he leaves her in the car, but Akkun drives a van into the car, fatally injuring both of them. Takemichi decides to back into the past to become the leader of Toman so that Hinata can live.

  • Episode 13: Odds and Ends (Adapts manga chapters 34-36)

Naoto and Takemichi deduce that Akkun must have been blackmailed into killing Hinata as his wife and children are missing. Draken is on death row for murder, and he regrets not killing Kisaki Tetta when he had the chance. Mikey travels back into the past and finds himself in a Toman meeting.

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  • Episode 14: Break Up (Adapts manga chapters 37-39)

Kisaki, an ex-Moebius member, is appointed as the new captain of the third division. Takemichi tries to attack Tetta but is beaten down by Baji. Baji will soon leave Toman for Valhalla.

Mikey promises Takemichi that he will expel Tetta if Baji stays. Takemichi finds a picture of the Toman founders and realizes that there were actually six and not five like Mikey had told him.

  • Episode 15: No Pain, No Gain (Adapts manga chapters 40-42)

Valhalla member, Kazutora brings Takemichi to their gang’s base as a witness to Baji’s initiation. Baji refuses to return to Toman and pledges to kill Mikey.

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  • Episode 16: Once Upon a Time (Adapts manga chapters 43-45)

Toman was founded by Mikey, Draken, Mitsuya, Pah-chin, Baji, and Kazutora. Kazutora and Baji steal a bike for Mikey’s birthday gift but realize too late that Mikey’s older brother owns the shop. Kazutora bludgeons him to death, and both he and Baji are arrested. Kazutora somehow believes that the overall situation was Mikey’s fault.

  • Episode 17: No Way (Adapts manga chapters 45-48)

Osaai reveals the next day that it was Tetta who had orchestrated Moebius’ fight with Toman. Takemichi returns to the present to confirm if Tetta is secretly the leader of Valhalla. Draken confesses that it’s Mikey that’s the leader.

  • Episode 18: Open Fire (Adapts manga chapters 48-51)

Toman will apparently lose the fight against Valhalla in the past and be absorbed by the later gang. Mikey and Tetta acted as the leaders, but the gang became a crime organization.

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Takemichi thus goes back and declares to Toman that the gang’s objective should be to bring Baji back.

  • Episode 19: Turn Around (Adapts manga chapters 52-55)

The brawl between Toman and Valhalla begins, and Mikey is pinned down and beaten by a metal pipe by Kazutora. Mikey later breaks free and defeats everyone.

  • Episode 20: Dead or Alive (Adapts manga chapters 56-58)

After Mikey passes out, Kisaki steps in to help, but Takemichi already knows that this was pre-planned. Kazutora then stabs Baji, who then succumbs to his wounds.

  • Episode 21: One and Only (Adapts manga chapters 59-62)

Mikey beats Kazutora mercilessly. Before Baji succumbs to his injuries, he tells Takemichi and Chifuyu that his betrayal of Toman was faked to investigate Tetta.

  • Episode 22: One for All (Adapts manga chapters 63-67)

Mikey recalls that Baji created Toman to protect Kazutora from the Black Dragons. Baji surrenders to the police.

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  • Episode 23: End of War (Adapts manga chapters 64-68)

Everyone learns that Emma, Mikey and Shinichiro are half-siblings. Takemichi later attends a Toman meeting where Mikey has an important announcement to make.

  • Episode 24: A Cry Baby (Adapts manga chapters 69-73)

Mikey announces the merging of Toman and Valhalla. Kisaki gets celebrated as a savior, and Takemichi becomes the first-division captain. As Takemichi returns to the present, he finds himself as a high-level member.

With Draken executed and Mikey and Mitsuya missing, Tetta is in charge. Kisaki then shoots Baji and prepares to shoot Takemichi after calling him a “hero.”

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  • Episode 25: It is what it is (Adapts manga chapters 74-77)

A moment before Tetta pulls the trigger, Kazutora comes and saves him. Kazutora is disappointed at how evil Toman has turned out to be. Pah-chin and Peh-yan were also murdered the night before, which means Mikey is purging all the olf Toman members.

As Takemichi watches a video of himself, he realizes that even he had been corrupted had changed after Toman turned evil.

  • Episode 26: Gotta Go (Adapts chapters 78-80)

Takemichi time leaps again to the past and meets Hakkai Shiba,  the Second Division Vice-Captain of Toman. While he is a criminal in the present, he is a friendly guy in the past. His elder brother, Taiju Shiba, is the leader of the Black Dragons.

As Takemichi is invited over to their house to Hakkai, he faces Kaiju and is beaten up by him.

9. Conclusion

Tokyo Revengers is a pretty straightforward show (ironically) and you only need to follow the release order to watch it. The chronological order will be far too confusing to watch as many links are scattered here and there.

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10. About Tokyo Revengers

Tokyo Revengers is a manga written and illustrated by Ken Wakui. It began serialization in Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine on March 1, 2017, and ended its run in November 2022. It is compiled into 31 tankobon volumes.

The story revolves around Takemichi Hanagaki, who learned that Tokyo Manji Gang had killed his only ex-girlfriend from back in middle school. After learning about the incident, Takemichi was pushed from the railway platform.

Landing on the tracks, he closed his eyes, accepting his death, but when he opened his eyes, he had time-leaped 12 years into the past.


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