Tokyo Mighty Guy


I'm no yakuza, just an Edokko!

Jiro helps the weak, just like Jirocho!

I'm with you, Jiro!

I'll definitely have him apologize soon.


This way, sir! This way!

Hold on!

Well, he's a national treasure.

Just be glad he wasn't hurt.

It's best if you don't stir things up.

This isn't funny.

Naturally, it's no joke

having your shop destroyed.

That's not what I'm talking about!

I just don't like what that old raccoon said!

You're a gutsy man!

How did this happen?

Yes, Mr. lpponyari truly loves animals,

and he knocked my head, yelling,

"Don't run the cat over!"

Just like he always does.

He's got a tender heart.

So I turned the wheel in desperation.

And crashed?

What happened to the cat?




What a mess!

Heard it was the "One Man" old man.

Who're you?

That's a good one!

You really don't know us?

I don't.

Can't you tell by looking?

If you're visitors,

help us over there, will you?

Stop, Jiro, these guys are no good.

No good?

Don't mind him.

Our son just came back from Paris,

and doesn't really know this area well.

Bro, you just got back from Paris?

Jiro, they're from the Typhoon Club.

They act as protectors for this area.

Bonjour, monsieur.

I'm Senkichi.

Got it. And what does Mr. Senkichi want?

We're dealing with "One Man."

It won't be easy, and so...

We, the Typhoon Club, can settle

the matter on behalf of monsieur.

We'll take care of you.

Thanks, but no thanks.


I don't need gangster help.

Don't get smart with us, kid.

Jiro, stop.

Not being funny, I'm serious.

- You little...

- Wait.

You really don't want our help?

My answer hasn't changed.

I see.

It's such a great opportunity.

- We're leaving.

- You sure? We came all the way here.

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