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|トウキョウ トライブ トゥー
(Tōkyō Toraibu Tū)
|Written by||Santa Inoue|
|Original run||1997 – 2005|
|Anime television series|
|Directed by||Tatsuo Satō|
|Original run||November 11, 2006 – February 17, 2007|
|Tokyo Tribe 2: Spin Off!|
|Written by||Santa Inoue|
|Published||March 22, 2008|
|Directed by||Sion Sono|
Tokyo Tribes, known in Japanese as Tokyo Tribe 2 (トウキョウ トライブ トゥー Tōkyō Toraibu Tū?), is a seinen manga series by Santa Inoue. Tokyo Tribes was originally serialized from 1997 to 2005 in the urban fashion magazine boon. It is a continuation of the plot in Tokyo Tribe, although many of the characters from that story do not appear in this series. A live action film adaptation directed by Sion Sono was released in Japan on August 30, 2014.
Five years after the Shibuya riots, the Tribes of Tokyo have been enjoying a period of relative peace, until Kim and two other members of the Musashino Saru intrude on the territory of the Wu-Ronz in Bukuro. Mera, the leader of Wu-Ronz kills the three Saru, under the assumption that they were members of the Shibuya Saru.
Two days later, after searching for who killed his friends, Musashino Saru member Kai runs into Mera. Old friends in their high school days, the two get into a confrontation that ends up leaving Tera, the leader of Musashino Saru, dead and setting the stage for violence between the Tribes.
- Kai Deguchi (出口 海 Deguchi Kai?)—a DJ and main character of the series.
- Big Daddy (ビッグ・仏波 Biggu Buppa?) The leader of the Buppa clan and the main antagonist of the series, Buppa is shown as a big, morbidly obese, bisexual Yakuza crime lord with a lecherous, sadistic personality.
- Opening Theme: Top of Tokyo, by Illmatic Buddha MC's
- Ending Theme: TT2 Owari no Uta, by Scha Dara Parr
The show was originally planned as a movie which would be distributed by MTV.
Spin-offs and sequels
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The film earned ¥144.3 million at the Japanese box office by September 14, 2014.
- "MTV licenses Tokyo Tribes Anime" (ICv2)
- "Live-Action Tokyo Tribe Film's Trailer Features a Rap Battle". Anime News Network. August 20, 2014. Retrieved June 3, 2015.
- "Tokyo Tribe (2014)". allcinema.net (in Japanese). Stingray. Retrieved June 3, 2015.
- Tokyo Tribe at the Internet Movie Database
- "Japanese Box Office, September 13–14". Anime News Network. September 22, 2014. Retrieved June 3, 2015.
- Official website
- Tokyo Tribes (manga) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
- Tokyo Tribes anime at Media Arts Database (Japanese)
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