Sakamoto Days Chapter 45: Release Date and Read Manga Online

Sakamoto Days Chapter 45 is expected to release soon this month. Fans are excited and can watch it on Viz Media.

Sakamoto Days is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yuto Suzuki. It began serialization in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump in November 2020.

The story centers on Taro Sakamoto, who is the main protagonist of the series. He earned great success in the field of the underworld due to his extraordinary skills in fighting. It is also published in English by Viz Media and the MangaPlus online platform.

Plot: Sakamoto days

It is Japanese action-comedy manga series that revolves around Taro Sakamoto, a chubby man with grey hair and a small mustache. He was an unrivaled hitman in his past days. But one day he fell in love with Aoi Sakamoto. He got retired, got married and had a kid named Hana, and eventually became overweight by time. Currently, he is the owner of a store. He along with his employees, Shin and Esper, struggles to protect his life and family.

Sakamoto Days Chapter 45

In the current Chapter, Saw escaped while Shin and Lu were passed. Later, Saw gets killed by Hyo, a member of the order. Moreover, Dump attacks Osaragi but gets beaten up in return. The coming chapters are getting more and more interesting.

Sakamoto Days Chapter 45 Release Date 

Sakamoto Days are one of the most popular Japanese manga series of all time. It is the story of a chubby man, who respects and protects his family a lot. As the manga is full of action and comedy, that attracts many viewers. They are now eagerly waiting for the release of new chapters. It received huge popularity within the premier of just a few episodes and now it has got its new chapters. So Chapter 45 is expected to premiere soon this month.

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Sakamoto Days Chapter 45

Where to Read 

You can read Sakamoto Days Chapter 45 on Viz Media. It is also available on the MangaPlus platform.

Stay tuned with Stanford Art Review for more updates.

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