Its story the first act
The Tokyo Manji Gang killed Hinata Tachibana and her younger brother Naoto, according to Takemichi Hanagaki, a freeter in his forties.
The Tachibana family included both Hinata and Naoto.
When he is pushed in front of a train, Takemichi is able to go exactly twelve years back in time to the year 2005.
When Takemichi runs into Naoto while reliving his middle school days, he informs him exactly when he and Hinata will die.
When they shake hands, Takemichi is immediately sent back in time, which results in the paradoxical situation where Naoto is permitted to continue living her life and pursuing her job as a detective.
Naoto has come to the conclusion that Takemichi goes back 15 years in time each time they hold hands.
With the help of the knowledge he has learned from the future, Takemichi has made up his decision to rescue Hinata.
Former Takemichi allies were forced to fight undercover under the direction of Kiyomasa, a member of the Tokyo Manji Gang.
Mikey, the group’s commander, respects Takemichi for his steadfast dedication to making sure of their security.
Takemichi discovers that Akkun, another one of his friends, was about to enter jail until his most recent altercation with Mikey prevented it.
When Akkun murders himself in a fit of fright, Takemichi learns that the Tokyo Manji Gang is a bigger threat to his friends than he first thought.
Takemichi learns via his time travel that the opposing gangs Moebius and the Tokyo Manji Gang are at battle to get vengeance on Pah-companion.
Takemichi learns that Mikey will eventually act violently as a result of Draken, his second-in-command, passing away in the future.
Draken is able to escape the altercation unscathed, but Pah-chin is arrested after stabbing Osanai of the Moebius gang.
There are conflicts within the Tokyo Manji Gang on how to help Pah-chin in this circumstance as a result.
Takemichi is able to resolve the dispute between Mikey and Draken, but on August 3, 2005, the Tokyo Manji Gang was assaulted by several Moebius members acting under the direction of a Valhalla member named Shoji Hanma.
When Mikey and Draken permitted Pah-chin to be imprisoned, Peh-yan joined their scheme, and Takemichi learns that Kiyomasa murdered Draken because Draken humiliated him and made him leave the Tokyo Manji Gang.
Peh-yan tells Takemichi this knowledge.
Takemichi defeats Kiyomasa, the Tokyo Manji Gang wins the conflict, and Draken heals completely from his wounds.
“Valhalla” and “Bloody Halloween” arcs, respectively
In this version of the story, Takemichi returns to the present as Hinata and his comrades continue to perish.
Takemichi learned of Tetta Kisaki’s involvement in the violent transformation of the Tokyo Manji Gang only after going across time.
When he went back, he found that Kisaki had just 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, inspired Keisuke Baji, the leader of the first division, to follow in his footsteps and join Valhalla.
In order to keep his promise to Takemichi, if Mikey is successful in bringing Baji back, he will expel Kisaki from the group.
Takemichi joined the Tokyo Manji Gang as a legitimate member after being accepted into Takashi Mitsuya’s division.
Takemichi discovers that Mikey has grudges towards Kazutora due to the death of Mikey’s older brother Shinichiro two years before.
Baji allegedly claimed to have left the gang in order to investigate Kisaki’s conduct, which Chifuyu Matsuno also shares with Takemichi.
The Tokyo Manji Gang would ultimately be incorporated into Valhalla during a skirmish on October 31, 2005, colloquially known as “Bloody Halloween,” and he also learns that when Kisaki founded Valhalla, Mikey was meant to be its leader.
They failed when Mikey murdered Kazutora as revenge for murdering Baji.