Tokyo 24-ku


Tokyo 24th Ward

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Synonyms: Tokyo Twenty Fourth Ward
Japanese: 東京24区
English: Tokyo 24th Ward
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Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 6, 2022 to Apr 7, 2022
Premiered: Winter 2022
Broadcast: Thursdays at 00:30 (JST)
Licensors: Aniplex of America
Studios: CloverWorks
Source: Original
Genres: MysteryMystery, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Theme: Super PowerSuper Power
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 6.351 (scored by 2115821,158 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #77452
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #2652
Members: 67,124
Favorites: 210

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Synopsis

In a special jurisdiction area built in Tokyo Bay commonly known as the 24th Ward, the population enjoys a very safe life thanks to the Hazard Cast—a surveillance system that predicts accidents and assists victims immediately. However, the system cannot foresee the exact nature of these accidents nor prevent them from happening.

Ran Akagi, Kouki Suidou, and Shuuta Aoi—a trio of friends nicknamed "RGB" due to their hair color—experienced the tragic nature of these limitations when Suidou's sister Asami passed away in a fire at her high school. A year later, Shuuta still blames himself for failing to save Asami, while Ran pursues his dream to become a famous street artist, and Kouki works in the Hazard Cast intervention unit.

After the RGB trio reunites at a commemoration for the victims of the school fire, each of them receives a mysterious phone call. Bewildered to hear Asami's voice, the three friends are shown images of the future and asked to choose between two grim alternatives. Refusing to be bound by predetermined outcomes, the three tackle this troubling event head-on, marking the beginning of a series of cruel dilemmas that they will have to overcome in order to protect the 24th Ward and its people.

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Suidou, Asumi

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Iwami, Manaka
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Kunai

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Saitou, Souma
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Shirakaba, Kozue

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Hidaka, Rina
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Shirakaba, Hiroki

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Ueda, Youji
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Tsuzuragawa, Sakiko

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Nabatame, Hitomi
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"Paper Sky" by Survive Said The Prophet
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Ending Theme

"255255255" by Shuuta Aoi (CV: Junya Enoki), Ran Akagi (CV: Yuuma Uchida), Kouki Suidou (CV: Kaito Ishikawa)




Reviews

Apr 6, 2022
Tokyo 24th Ward is an original anime, it’s a drama thriller. I have been waiting to see a few episodes before reviewing this series to have a good idea of where this was going.

So, is this anime worth watching after 12 episodes?

YES OF COURSE!

STORY

Tokyo 24th Ward has an interesting premise. It’s the story of three friends (Shu, Ran and Ko) who have to decide on life-and-death situations after they receive visual messages from their deceased friend. And all of that happens in the 24th ward of Tokyo, an artificial island that has a dystopian feel. However, in the first three episodes, it doesn’t feel ...
Aug 1, 2022
Mixed Feelings
Should you ever watch Tokyo 24th Ward?

It depends on whether you're expecting something particularly good out of it or not. It should be noted that this show had severe time constraints which lead to many serious production issues, to the point that even the key animation director manifested his pessimism towards the series on a personal Twitter account. Considering this context, the reader is invited to investigate the matter and I will not add another negative comment about the production to the existing pile.

Regardless, I will say I had fun watching this series and was genuinely surprised at the amount of interesting concepts and characters ...
Apr 6, 2022
SPOILER-FREE!

It’s important to remember that anime is not made by studios, but people. They may be released and financed under the company name, but it is men and women, sometimes from around the world, who are the ones that actually put pen to paper (or stylus and mouse to screen, rather) to produce the content we care about. The studios’ management is involved as well, but the current landscape of the anime industry is often not friendly to its staff, sometimes dumping projects on them with no time to get them finished or rushing them out the door despite their lacking quality. More and more ...

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