September 29, 2023

Tokyo 24th Ward delivers an entertaining episode that focuses on character development.”

After a week without any new episode, Tokyo 24th Ward is back!


The one week hiatus arrived on point as there is a two month ellipsis in the story. The 24th Ward is now under control of the KANAE system while DoRed is trying to fight it. And now, the three main characters are more apart than ever. Koki follows his path with his father and the KANAE system. Actually, he’s even promoted! While Ran leads the fight against that same system. Obviously, this doesn’t help bringing them back together as friends. This leaves Shuta on his own. I could see Shuta and Ran working together again as I think Ran is putting distance to protect him. Though, I can’t see Koki joining the group again, he only cares about his vision of justice even if what he does is morally wrong.


This episode is all about Shuta which makes me very happy as he is my favorite character. So far, he is the only one of the main three without a clear goal. He is a “hero” but he doesn’t really know what he wants to do for work yet. Thus, there is a lot to develop with him. And that’s exactly what this episode does. It has a more relaxed tone and focuses on character development. Shuta finds himself replacing his father at the bakery which allows him to think about himself. At the same time, he continues to do his “hero” work trying to find Carneades.


Tokyo 24th Ward delivers an entertaining episode that focuses on character development.

Tokyo 24th Ward is now streaming on Funimation and Crunchyroll.

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