The narrative Act one
A freeter in his forties named Takemichi Hanagaki learnt one day that Hinata Tachibana and her younger brother Naoto had been killed by the Tokyo Manji Gang.
The Tachibana family included Hinata and Naoto.
When Takemichi is thrown in front of a train, he is able to go back in time exactly twelve years to the year 2005.
While reliving his middle school days, Takemichi runs into Naoto and informs him the exact day that he and Hinata would die.
When they shake hands, Takemichi is immediately sent back to the present, which results in the paradoxical situation where Naoto is permitted to continue living her life and pursuing her job as a detective.
Naoto has deduced that Takemichi goes backwards in time by 15 years each time they hold hands.
Takemichi is determined to use the knowledge he has learned from the future to rescue Hinata.
Former Takemichi allies were forced to take part in clandestine combat organized by Kiyomasa, a member of the Tokyo Manji Gang.
Mikey, the group’s commander, respects Takemichi for his unflinching dedication to securing their security.
Takemichi discovers that Akkun, one of his other friends, was about to enter jail until his most recent altercation with Mikey prevented it.
When Akkun commits himself out of fear, Takemichi learns that the Tokyo Manji Gang is a larger threat to his friends than he first thought.
Takemichi learns via his time travel that the Tokyo Manji Gang and Moebius are at war in order to avenge Pah-companion.
Takemichi learns that Mikey will finally act violently because Draken, his second-in-command, would pass away in the future.
Draken escapes the altercation unscathed, but Pah-chin, who had just stabbed the Moebius gang’s Osanai, turns himself in to the authorities.
The Tokyo Manji Gang is divided on how to help Pah-chin in this circumstance as a consequence.
Takemichi successfully resolves the dispute between Mikey and Draken, but on August 3, 2005, the Tokyo Manji Gang was ambushed by a gang of Moebius members led by Shoji Hanma, a Valhalla member.
Takemichi learns that Kiyomasa murdered Draken because Draken humiliated him and made him leave the Tokyo Manji Gang, and that Peh-yan joined their scheme after Mikey and Draken permitted Pah-chin to be imprisoned.
Peh-yan teaches Takemichi this knowledge.
The fight is won by the Tokyo Manji Gang, Takemichi defeats Kiyomasa, and Draken heals completely from his injuries.
“Valhalla” and “Bloody Halloween” arcs, respectively.
In this version of the story, Hinata and his companions continue to perish even after Takemichi returns to the present.
Takemichi learned of Tetta Kisaki’s role in the violent transformation of the Tokyo Manji Gang only after traveling across time.
When he went back in time, he found that Kisaki had just recently joined the gang and had used Pah’s absence to become the new leader of his section.
Kazutora Hanemiya, a former Tokyo Manji Gang co-founder, persuaded Keisuke Baji, the leader of the first division, to follow in his footsteps and join Valhalla.
If Mikey is successful in bringing Baji back, he will expel Kisaki from the gang in order to keep his promise to Takemichi.
Takemichi is now a legitimate member of the Tokyo Manji Gang after being admitted into Takashi Mitsuya’s division.
Takemichi discovers that Mikey feels animosity against Kazutora since Shinichiro, Mikey’s older brother, passed away two years ago.
Chifuyu Matsuno also lets Takemichi know that Baji allegedly left the gang in order to investigate Kisaki’s actions.
He also learns that Mikey was meant to head Valhalla when it was founded by Kisaki and that the Tokyo Manji Gang will ultimately join Valhalla after a confrontation on October 31, 2005, commonly known as “Bloody Halloween.”
They failed because Mikey murdered Kazutora as payback for murdering Baji.