Tokyo Majin

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Season 1

The first season, Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpuchō: Tō (東京魔人學園剣風帖 龖?, lit., "Tokyo Demon Academy Sword Wind Book: Flight of the Dragon") originally aired on January 19, 2007, and ended on April 20, 2007. All of the episodes in the season are called the 'Dark Arts Chapters' (外法編 Gehou-hen).

In the nights of Tokyo, mysterious deaths involving the 'Reborn Dead' occur. The mysterious transfer student, Tatsuma Hiyuu, and delinquent student, Kyouichi Houraiji, fight the demons and attempt to discover the cause. Along with the other students at the Magami Academy in Shinjuku who all have supernatural powers, they fight the vengeful Tendo Kozunu who has unleashed a long-dead evil, bringing disorder to the Dragon Stream and threatening destruction of the city.

Season 2

A second season, titled Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpuchō: Tō Dai Ni Maku (東京魔人學園剣風帖 龖 第弐幕?, lit., "Tokyo Demon Academy Sword Wind Book: Flight of the Dragon Second Act") originally aired on July 27, 2007, to October 12, 2007. Its first five episodes are called the 'Martial Fist Chapters' (拳武編 Kenbu-hen), its next five episodes are called the 'Stars of Fate Chapters' (宿星編 Shukusei-hen), and the last two episodes are called 'Extra Chapters' (番外編 Bangai-hen). The 'Extra' episodes do not run in the chronological timeline of the story, but are flashbacks and fillers.

The students at the Magami Academy look forward to their graduation, but the underground assassin group known as the Twelve Heavenly Generals of the Martial Fist begin to move against those protecting the city from demons. The students discover that the Martial Fist have been duped by the evil Yagyuu Munetaka who has manipulated them. Together with the Martial Fist, the Magami students led by Tatsuma Hiyuu, risk their lives to defeat Yagyuu who is more powerful than Tendo Kozunu whom he had used as his pawn.


Opening Themes
"0:00 a.m." by ACID (first season + episodes 1 - 5 and 11 of second season)
"Prayer" by ACID (second season: episodes 6 - 9)
Closing Theme
"Hanafubuki" (花吹雪) by ACID
Insert Song
"Growing Up" by ACID
"15 sai -fifteen-" (15才-fifteen-) by ACID
"The Four Seasons-Winter, Violin Concerto" by Antonio Vivaldi

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Tokyo Majin
Cover art from the first volume of ADV's DVD release of Tokyo Majin
東京魔人學園剣風帖 龖
(Tokyo Majin Gakuen: Kenpuchō Tō)
Genre Action, horror, supernatural [1] [2]