Tenjho Tenge

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  • TV-14
  • 2004
  • 1 Season
  • 6.8  (1,330)

Tenjho Tenge is an anime television series that aired on TV Asahi in 2004. Directed by Toshifumi Kawase, the series is an adaptation of the manga series by Oh! great. The show follows the story of two students, Souichiro Nagi and Bob Makihara, who transfer to Toudou Academy - a school that is known for its strong martial arts department. The academy is divided into two factions known as the "Executive Council" and the "Juken Club". The students are ranked based on their fighting prowess, and the strongest student is known as the "Emperor".

Souichiro and Bob quickly find themselves at odds with the Executive Council when they attempt to take over the academy themselves. However, they soon realize that they have bitten off more than they can chew when they come face to face with the Juken Club - a group of skilled martial artists who are determined to defend their school and their way of life against all outsiders.

As the series progresses, Souichiro and Bob delve deeper into the world of the Juken Club, learning more about the inner workings of the school and the motivations of its various factions. Along the way, they encounter a cast of diverse characters that add depth and complexity to the story. These characters include Maya Natsume, a strong-willed member of the Juken Club and the school's official "Emperor"; Aya Natsume, Maya's younger sister and the Juken Club's treasurer; Masataka Takayanagi, a member of the Executive Council who has his own agenda; and Mitsuomi Takayanagi, Masataka's older brother and the true power behind the Executive Council.

The cast of Tenjho Tenge is brought to life by a talented group of voice actors. Shuichi Ikeda plays the role of Mitsuomi Takayanagi, bringing a sense of gravitas to the character. Isshin Chiba portrays Bob Makihara with a rough but lovable edge, while Haruhi Terada gives Maya Natsume a combination of strength and vulnerability. Shinichiro Miki takes on the role of Souichiro Nagi with a fiery intensity, while Kenta Miyake brings a sense of honor and duty to the character Masataka Takayanagi. Tomokazu Seki provides the voice for the enigmatic Souchiro Nagi, while Eiji Hanawa brings a sense of danger and intrigue to his portrayal of Nagi's rival, Mitsuomi Takayanagi.

The animation of Tenjho Tenge is stunning, with a mix of traditional hand-drawn animation and computer-generated effects. The fight scenes are especially impressive, with a fluidity and intensity that is rarely seen in anime. The music, composed by Yasunori Iwasaki, complements the action perfectly, adding a sense of drama and tension to the already thrilling battles.

Overall, Tenjho Tenge is an action-packed anime series that is not for the faint of heart. With its complex characters, intricate storylines, and breathtaking fight scenes, the series is sure to satisfy even the most hardcore anime fan.

Tenjho Tenge is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (26 episodes). The series first aired on April 1, 2004.

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26. Germination
December 17, 2015
Aya decides to settle things with her older sister, so that she can move on and become stronger. Meanwhile, Mitsuomi seeks a one-on-one confrontation with Nagi to settle things in an entirely different way.
Dragon's Fist
25. Dragon's Fist
December 17, 2015
As the two of them possess unique abilities, Maya sends Souichiro and Aya off to receive special training. And there's no one better to train them in the use of supernatural powers than the former heads of the twelve families!
24. Wandering
September 16, 2004
Maya and Mitsuomi try to retrieve Chokutou Reki form Aya but are stopped when Souichiro fights Mitsuomi.
Binding Spell
23. Binding Spell
The animosity between Shin and Mitsuomi reaches its peak. The two of them have one final match to decide everything. No one realized then just how final it would be.
22. Resolution
A special team has formed to take down the Juken, made up of Todo's top contenders. Most of Juken is already out, but Mitsuomi demonstrates how much he's changed since his fight with Shin.
Spontaneous Explosion
21. Spontaneous Explosion
August 26, 2004
Fu Cheun / Fu Chein took Maya captive in order to force Shin to comply with Master Dougen's demands, but Shin's Dragon Eye activates and the two fight. Kuzunoha runs off to find Mitsuomi to help stop the berserk Shin.
20. Stratagem
August 19, 2004
The preliminary matches of the tournament get underway, but Master Dougen pays Shin a visit asking him a favor...
19. Activation
With the story unfinished, Bunshichi picks up where Maya left off. With Team KATANA gone, Shin starts the Juken Club, and searches for new members. Mitsuomi tries to recruit Maya, and in the process, their relationship grows deeper.
18. Resonance
July 29, 2004
Souichiro and Bob try to find out more of the past from Bunshichi, while Maya and Mitsuomi team up to search for Aya, who has the cursed sword Reiki.
True Meaning
17. True Meaning
In order to overturn Maya's expulsion, the Juken Club takes the fight to the Executive Council. But Bunshichi has more "friendly advice" to give, and Nagi lets the truth in his heart come out--too bad Aya overhears it.
16. Conclusion
July 15, 2004
Maya finishes her story and the Juken Club return to school. Souichiro and Bob fight Kanakita Ryuusen, while Maya meets with the school principal.
Yin and Yang
15. Yin and Yang
July 8, 2004
Mitsuomi overcomes his paralyzing fear. Later, Mitsuomi and Shin race on motorcycles as a farewell party to Team KATANA.
14. Hellfire
July 1, 2004
The fight between Bunshichi and Shin reaches its conclusion.
13. Bewitchment
June 24, 2004
Mitsuomi struggles with a paralyzing fear. Bunshichi finds Shin at the meeting and they begin to fight.
12. Darkness
June 17, 2004
Shin is called to a meeting with Dōgen Takayanagi. Bunshichi Tawara has problems trying to find his friend Shin.
One Who Has Abnormal Abilities
11. One Who Has Abnormal Abilities
June 10, 2004
Mana Kuzunoha reveals Shin Natsume's insanity to Mitsuomi.
10. Memory
June 3, 2004
Maya reveals the past between her, Mitsuomi, her brother Shin, and his girlfriend Mana Kuzunoha.
9. Regulation
May 27, 2004
The battle between Souichiro and Mitsuomi comes to a conclusion.
Dragon Eye
8. Dragon Eye
May 20, 2004
Mitsuomi confronts Bob and Souichiro and the enforcer Shirō Tagami nearly dies when Aya Natsume's Dragon's Eye activate.
7. Crushed
May 13, 2004
Souichiro finishes his fight with the enforcer Sagara while Masataka Takayanagi fights his brother Mitsuomi.
6. Illusion
May 6, 2004
The fight between the Juken Club and the Executive Council continues and Mitsuomi Takayanagi, the president of the Executive Council, arrives on the scene.
5. Punishment
April 29, 2004
The Juken Club goes bowling and gets ambushed by the Executive Council.
4. Doubt
April 22, 2004
The Juken Club trains during Golden week break, while Tsutomu gets punished for not fulfilling Executive Council orders by another enforcer named Kōji Sagara.
3. Enforcer
April 15, 2004
The Knuckle Bombs race to protect Bob's girlfriend Chiaki Kounoike from Tsutomu at the laundromat. After being defeated, they join the Juken Club and Maya Natsume retaliates for her new members.
2. Defeat
April 8, 2004
Souichiro tries to deal with his lose in fight and to the fact that their are stronger fighters at Todo then himself. The Knuckle Bombs antics catch the attention of Tsutomu Ryuuzaki of the Executive Council that keep the order in the school and punish the students that do not follow the rules.
Sacred Area
1. Sacred Area
April 1, 2004
Souichiro Nagi and his best friend Bob Makihara (a.k.a the Knuckle Bombs) arrive to their new school of Todo Academy with plan of ruling the school by defeating anybody that get in their way just as they have done at their previous schools. They soon learn first that Todo Academy is no ordinary school.
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Tenjho Tenge is available for streaming on the TV Asahi website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Tenjho Tenge on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Tubi TV and Pluto TV.
  • Premiere Date
    April 1, 2004
  • IMDB Rating
    6.8  (1,330)