Tokyo Revengers Season 3 Episode 8 Release Date: Tokyo Revengers is a super popular anime series based on a manga by Ken Wakui with the same name. It’s about a young guy named Takemichi Hanagaki who suddenly goes back in time. His goal is to save his ex-girlfriend, Hinata Tachibana, and his friends from a dangerous gang called the Tokyo Manji Gang (Toman).
As the story unfolds in each episode, things keep getting more intense. Something really surprising just happened, making fans super excited for the next episode, Episode 8. This episode is set to explore the aftermath of these unexpected events.
Right now, the third season of Tokyo Revengers is airing on TV, and fans can’t wait for Episode 8. We’re here to give you all the details about Tokyo Revengers Season 3, Episode 8.
When Is Episode 8 of Season 3 of Tokyo Revengers Coming Out? Release Date and Time Details
Tokyo Revengers Season 3 Episode 8 will be released at different times depending on where you are. If you’re in Japan, it will come out at midnight on November 22. But if you’re in other places like India or Australia, you might get to watch it a bit earlier, on November 21, 2023.
Now, let’s break it down for different time zones:
- Pacific Time: Tuesday, November 21, 11 am
- Mountain Time: Tuesday, November 21, 12 pm
- Central Time: Tuesday, November 21, 1 pm
- Eastern Time: Tuesday, November 21, 2 pm
- Greenwich Mean Time: Tuesday, November 21, 7 pm
- Central European Summer Time: Tuesday, November 21, 8 pm
- Eastern European Summer Time: Tuesday, November 21, 9 pm
- Arabia Standard Time: Tuesday, November 21, 9 pm
- Indian Standard Time: Tuesday, November 21, 11:30 pm
- Philippine Standard Time: Wednesday, November 22, 2 am
- Australia Central Standard Time: Wednesday, November 22, 3:30 am
In Tokyo Revengers season three, all your favorite troublemaking teens are back, and so are the voices behind them:
- Takemichi Hanagaki is voiced by Yūki Shin (Japanese).
- Manjirō Sano, also known as Mikey, is brought to life by Yū Hayashi (Japanese).
- Inui Seishu’s character is voiced by Junya Enoki (Japanese).
- Kokonoi Hajime is portrayed by Natsuki Hanae (Japanese).
- Hakkai Shiba’s voice belongs to Tasuku Hatanaka (Japanese).
- Izana Kurokawa is skillfully voiced by Nobunaga Shimazaki (Japanese).
- Kanji Mochizuki’s character is brought to life by Tetsu Inada (Japanese).