Tokyo Revengers Season 3 Episode 7 is just around the corner, so here is everything you need to know, including its release date, time, preview images, and a few spoilers regarding the next episode!
Episode 6 of Tokyo Revengers Season 3 starts with Mikey and Takemitchy taking Emma’s dead body to the hospital, where Draken is called.
Drakken takes Mikey outside and starts to punch him, asking what was the purpose of creating this gang when he can’t even protect his sister.
Later, Takemitchy goes alongside Chifuyu to lead the Toman gang to their upcoming fight with Tenjiku, as Mikey has no power to do anything.
The gang rejects Takemitchy, but as old members of Toman start coming and supporting Takemitchy, the whole gang decides to move forward under Takemitchy.
Tokyo Revengers: Tenjiku Arc (Season 3) Episode 7 Release Date and Time
Tokyo Revengers: Tenjiku Arc (Season 3) Episode 7 is titled “Turn the Tide.” It will be released at 12:00 AM JST on November 15, 2023. The release date schedule for this episode in different timezones is as follows:
- India: 8:30 PM, November 14, 2023
- Japan: 12:00 AM, November 15, 2023
- United States: 10:00 AM, November 14, 2023 (Eastern Time)
- Europe: 4:00 PM, November 14, 2023, in France and Germany
- Asia: 11:00 PM, November 14, 2023, in the Philippines and Malaysia; 10:00 PM in Indonesia
Tokyo Revengers: Tenjiku Arc (Season 3) Episode 7 Preview Images & Spoilers
The preview images for this episode are as follows:
The next episode starts with Takemitchy and Toman arriving at Toman to start the fight that will decide the gang who will take over Tokyo.
They are greeted by Izana, and his gang, who were waiting anxiously for them. As soon as Takemitchy declares war against Kisaki, the final fight between Toman and Tenjiku commences.
As the fight starts, Toman is leading with some big names taking out Tenjiku’s forces. But Izana makes his presence known by knocking out a big name out of Toman.
Where to Watch Tokyo Revengers Season 3?
Legal streaming options for this anime series are available for those outside Japan on platforms such as Disney+ and Hulu.