Sakamoto Days Chapter 43: Release Date and Read Manga Online

Sakamoto Days Chapter 43 is going to release on October 17, 2021. Fans are excited for the upcoming chapters to release soon.

Sakamoto Days is an action-based comedy manga series that originated in Japan. Yuto Suzuki is the writer and illustrator of this popular manga. The first chapter was released on November 21, 2020, and since then it has been on run with a total of 3 volumes and 42 chapters released to date. It has been serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump by Shueisha. The English translations have been released by Viz Media.

Everything you need to know

The story revolves around Taro Sakamoto who was a murderer in his last days. He was strong and had superhuman skills to tackle his enemies for good. But after a while he fell in love with this incredible woman, he decided that he will leave all his bad sins for good. He married the love of his life and had kids with her. He became overweight and started working as a store owner but his past life started to come back when his enemies threatened to kill his family.

Taro has no other option but to return to his past life to save his family. He takes help from a former hitman, Shin, who worked under him at the store. Shin could read minds and this could be used against rivalry gangs. Taro loosed his fat within a few days and became much stronger than he was ever before. He was now ready to protect his family at all costs even if that means he has to die first.

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Sakamoto Days Chapter 43

Sakamoto Days Chapter 43 Release Date

It is going to be released on October 17, 2021. Fans are excited for this chapter to be released. We all are excited about how Taro will take care of the new murderers that are walking freely and causing chaos. Needless to say, no matter what happens, we will be entertained. There is just one day left for this chapter to be released.

Sakamoto Days Chapter 43

Where to read?

You can read it on Viz Media and Manga Plus.

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