[Tokyo Revengers] Kisaki’s death scene! Why and how did he die?

[Tokyo Revengers] Kisaki's death scene. Tetta Kisaki

This article explains the death scene of Tetta Kisaki in Tokyo Revengers and the circumstances leading up to his death.

Tetta Kisaki is a character who has long been the root of all evil in the story of Tokyo Revengers.

For Takemichi, he is the avenger of Hinata and the members of Tokyo Manji gang in the future, and the death of Kisaki allows him to change the worst of the future.

First of all, let’s take a look at Kisaki’s death scene and the reason for his fierce death.

What you can learn from this article
  • The death scene of Tetta Kisaki
  • What Tetta Kisaki tried to say at the time of his death

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[Tokyo Revengers] Tetta Kisaki’s spectacular death scene and the reason for his dead!

In Tokyo Revengers, Tetta Kisaki died in chapter 185 of volume 21 of the manga.

After the war with Tenjiku was over, Kisaki escaped with Shuji Hanma, but Takemichi and Draken chased after him.

Takemichi cornered Kisaki and was about to say something in the middle of the pedestrian crossing when a truck rammed into him.

 

[Tokyo Revengers] Tetta Kisaki's spectacular death scene and the reason for his dead!(C)Ken Wakui/Shueisha

The visibility was poor at night and there was no traffic light at the crossroads, so the truck driver was slow to avoid and Kisaki was hit by the truck.

He was not killed instantly and he was still conscious for a little while after he was hit.

However, the bones in his body were broken and he was unable to move, and he died muttering “I don’t want to die”.

 

Let’s take a closer look at how Tetta Kisaki was hunted down by Takemichi, and how he died.

[Tokyo Revengers] The story behind the death of Tetta Kisaki!

In the story of Tokyo Revengers, Tetta Kisaki is the enemy that Takemichi and the members of Tokyo Manji gang.

The final battle with Kisaki took place during the war with Tenjiku, later known as the “Kanto Incident”.

It was after this war with Tenjiku that Kisaki died, so I will explain how it happened.

He escaped with Shuji Hanma at the end of “Kanto Incident”.

Kisaki escaped with Shuji Hanma at the end of (C)Ken Wakui/Shueisha

In the war with Tenjiku, Izana Kurokawa was shot and killed by Tetta Kisaki after a one-on-one fight between Mikey and Izana Kurokawa.

Then the members of Tokyo manji gang and Tenjiku were disbanded before the police arrived and the executive members of Tenjiku stayed behind to take responsibility.

 

Takemichi and Mikey can’t forgive Tetta Kisaki, who is the cause of all this, and they hunt him down to finish the job.

Takemichi and Mikey are determined to get rid of Kisaki, but then Shuji Hanma, riding his motorbike, retrieves Kisaki.

Takemichi gets on the back of Draken’s bike and chases after Kisaki and Hanma.

One-on-one with Takemichi

Kisaki, One-on-one with Takemichi(C)Ken Wakui/Shueisha

Kisaki is chased by Draken’s motorbike, and he rushes Shuji Hanma. Then Shuji Hanma drives wrong and falls down.

Draken took care of Hanma, and Takemichi chased after Tetta Kisaki.

 

After that, Takemichi unveiled that he had made a time leap during the conversation with Kisaki Tetta.

Furthermore, the reason why Kisaki was so determined to take control of Mikey and Tokyo Manji gang, even to this point of deviousness, was revealed.

  • Kisaki has beed loving Hinata.
  • But Hinata loved Takemichi.
  • Takemichi was aiming to become “the top delinquents in Japan”.
  • Kisaki aims to be “the top delinquent in Japan” in order to turn Hinata on.
  • He hatches a 10-year plan with Mikey’s power.

After killing Keisuke Baji, beating Emma to death, shooting Izana Kurokawa to death, and killing countless others in the future, Kisaki’s goal is “to get Hinata“.

Depending on how you look at it, it could be taken as a single-minded love for Hinata, but the fact that this was the reason why he killed so many people indirectly and directly was a surprise to the fans.

Struck by a truck and death at the end

Struck by a truck and death at the end(C)Ken Wakui/Shueisha

Takemichi chased Tetta Kisaki and shouted to him, “I can’t let you go back to the future again!”.

And then he stopped in the middle of the pedestrian crossing and said to Takemichi, “Do you still think that I am a time leaper?“.

 

The next moment, a truck rams into him standing in the middle of the road, killing him.

After killing Keisuke Baji, Emma and Izana Kurokawa, Kisaki got what he deserved.

[Tokyo Revengers] What did Tetta Kisaki try to say at the time of his death?

[Tokyo Revengers] What did Tetta Kisaki try to say at the time of his death?(C)Ken Wakui/Shueisha

Takemichi is convinced that Kisaki is also a time leaper, and he mentions this when he corners him at the end.

However, Kisaki denied that he was a time leaper. Then, just as he was about to say something like “I…“, he was hit by a truck and died.

 

We will never know what he was going to say here, because we can’t help those who died in the past.

However, just before his death, Kisaki tried to say that he was not a time leaper, and then he almost said “I…”.

  • I have known about the existence of time leap for a long time.
  • There is someone else who can make a time leap.
  • Someone related to Tetta Kisaki can do a time leap.

It is possible that above.

In the future story, the words that Kisaki was about to say may be revealed.

Conclusion of “[Tokyo Revengers] Kisaki’s death scene! Why and how did he die?”

In this article, we have explained the death scene of Tetta Kisaki from Tokyo Revengers and the circumstances leading up to his death.

Tetta Kisaki is the root of all evil in Tokyo Revengers, and we hate him, but his death scene was so fierce.

It will be interesting to see what Kisaki was about to say at the time of his death.

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