Sakamoto Days Chapter 37 is going to release on Sunday 5 September 2021. You can read Sakamoto Days manga on the official shonen jump from Japan.
Introduction Of Sakamoto Days
Sakamoto Days (stylized as SAKAMOTO DAYS) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yuto Suzuki. It began serialization in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump in November 2020. It is simultaneously published in English by Viz Media and the Manga Plus online platform.
Sakamoto used to be an unrivaled hitman, earning legendary status in the underworld. But one day, the unthinkable happened. Sakamoto fell in love. He started dating, retired, got married, and had a kid, growing overweight as a result. Though now working as a humble convenience store owner, the world of hitmen still follows him. Sakamoto, along with Shin, an Esper, and employee at his small store, will protect his humble life and family, or die trying.
Tarou Sakamoto was considered the greatest hitman of all time. Feared by many, he stood at the top of the underground world until he met and fell in love with a woman. As a result, Sakamoto abandoned his life of crime and now works as a convenience store clerk.
Leaving his shady past behind proves more difficult than Sakamoto initially imagined. Many of his former rivals and partners do not believe that he has truly left the business and show up in hopes of taking him out. Barred from killing, Sakamoto must find creative ways to subdue his enemies and prevent them from bringing harm to his family, his store, and the small town he resides in.
Sakamoto Days Chapter 37 Release Date And Read Manga Online
Sakamoto Days Chapter 37 is going to release on Sunday 5 September 202. Fans are eagerly waiting for the latest episode release. So now the wait is over you will get to see the episode in just 6 days.
The genre of Sakamoto Days is action and comedy. Its English publisher is viz media. Sakamoto Days are published in a magazine named weekly shonen jump. You can read Sakamoto Days manga on the official shonen jump from Japan.
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