The highly anticipated Sakamoto Days chapter 129 is set to be released in Japan on Monday, July 31, 2023, at 12 am JST. Fans can catch the latest issue on Viz Media’s official website, Shueisha’s MANGAPlus service, or the Shonen Jump+ app.
Akira’s Reckless Move Foils Sakamoto’s Plan
Readers were left on the edge as they witnessed Sakamoto’s plan to ambush Uzuki while he was alone get foiled by Akira, who chose to confront him recklessly. Meanwhile, news of Kumanomi’s triumph over Hyo had been spreading, but the fate of Heisuke remains uncertain. With Uzuki’s determination to declare an all-out war against the JAA, the stakes have reached an all-time high. The upcoming chapter promises to reveal whether this conflict can still be averted.
The Ongoing Bangkok Arc Continues
Sakamoto Days chapter 129 will continue with the ongoing Bangkok arc, where Sakamoto and his allies have arrived in Thailand in pursuit of Akira and Uzuki. Here are the scheduled release times across different time zones:
- Pacific Daylight Time: 8 am, Sunday, July 30, 2023
- Central Daylight Time: 10 am, Sunday, July 30, 2023
- Eastern Daylight Time: 11 am, Sunday, July 30, 2023
- British Summer Time: 4 pm, Sunday, July 30, 2023
- Central European Summer Time: 5 pm, Sunday, July 30, 2023
- Indian Standard Time: 8:30 pm, Sunday, July 30, 2023
- Philippine Time: 11 pm, Sunday, July 30, 2023
- Japan Standard Time: 12 am, Monday, July 31, 2023
- Australian Central Daylight Time: 1:30 am, Monday, July 31, 2023
A Recap of Sakamoto Days Chapter 128
Chapter 128 commenced with Nagumo receiving news of Hyo’s demise in a battle in Thailand. This news deeply affected Nagumo, making him contemplate that it is often the genuinely good people, not the talentless, who meet their end first.
Meanwhile, Sakamoto and his companions were en route to Uzuki’s warehouse in a truck. Shin received a message on his phone, seemingly from Heisuke, informing him that the sniper would join them soon. However, the message was unusual, as it contained emojis, which was out of character for Heisuke.
Upon reaching the warehouse district, Shin utilized his powers to track the enemy. Their objective was to apprehend Uzuki while minimizing bloodshed.
Inside the warehouse, where Uzuki was holed up, Kashima questioned him about their plans after dismantling the JAA. Kashima’s beliefs conflicted with Uzuki’s, and he argued for the necessity of a new order, using JAA article 23 as an example, which stipulates that only the target can be harmed.
Uzuki agreed that after the JAA’s destruction, assassins would become an integral part of everyday life, leaving Kashima shocked, as he had believed he was pursuing divine justice by aligning with Uzuki. The chapter concluded with Akira confronting Uzuki.
Expectations for Sakamoto Days Chapter 129
In the upcoming chapter, readers can brace themselves for an intense confrontation between Akira and Uzuki. On the other hand, Sakamoto and his team are determined to avoid unnecessary violence. However, Shin’s detection of Akira’s voice in the previous chapter leaves them with no choice but to intervene and stop her.
Having experienced the challenges of leaving the assassin world behind, Sakamoto is resolute in preventing Akira from getting involved. Consequently, their original ambush plan is rendered ineffective, and a full-scale battle might be unavoidable in the next installment of the series.
The details surrounding Heisuke and Kumanomi’s encounter remain shrouded in mystery. While it’s possible that Heisuke joined Sakamoto’s group after believing both Kumanomi and Hyo drowned, his peculiar text message suggests there is more to the story. Hopefully, Sakamoto Days chapter 129 will shed light on these enigmatic events.