Bucchigiri?! Episode 4: Release date and time, where to watch, and more

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Episode 4 of Bucchigiri?!, “Stop the War!” The debut of Sometimes You Gotta Eat Goya Chanpuru! is scheduled for Saturday, February 3, 2024, at 11:00 p.m. Japan Standard Time. TV Tokyo and other networks will carry it. You can visit Crunchyroll to stream.

The previous episode of the show gave viewers a deeper look at the background of Siguma and Minato Kai, which helped to explain their rivalry. Additionally, NG, a new faction under the Emperor, was introduced. It seems expected that Doman and Marito will confront each other in Bucchigiri?! episode 4. Viewers will be curious to learn what role Arajin will play in all of this in the interim.

Bucchigiri?! episode 4 release date and time


The forthcoming episode is scheduled to premiere on regional Japanese networks on Saturday, February 3, 2024, at 11:00 p.m. JST. However, the episodes that are dubbed and subbed in English will be accessible to viewers at the following times in the respective time zones:

  • Pacific Time 8:30 am, Saturday, February 3, 2024
  • Eastern Time 11:30 pm, Saturday, February 3, 2024
  • Greenwich Mean Time 4:30 pm, Saturday, February 3, 2024
  • Central European Time 5:30 pm, Saturday, February 3, 2024
  • Indian Standard Time 10:00 pm, Saturday, February 3, 2024
  • Philippine Standard Time 12:30 am, Sunday, February 4, 202
  • Japanese Standard Time 1:30 am, Sunday, February 4, 2024
  • Australia Central Time 3:00 am, Sunday, February 4, 2024

Bucchigiri?! episode 4 streaming details

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Around two hours after it originally airs in Japan, the upcoming episode will be accessible for viewing on Crunchyroll for audiences worldwide, with the exception of Japan. The episode is available for audiences to enjoy with English subtitles on the platform, despite the regrettable delay.

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Bucchigiri?! episode 3 recap


The previous episode began with the Emperor trying to figure out how to end Marito and Doman’s conflict. Asamine was not happy that Arajin had joined Marito’s Siguma in the meanwhile. It was revealed that Minato Kai and Ikki Union were vying for the top spot at Ichizu High before to Marito’s entrance. But Marito showed up and assumed control of the latter, calling it Siguma, following Doman’s triumph over the leader of Ikki Union.

There was a game of turn that-a-way involved in Arajin’s entrance into Siguma. In order to decide who would go first, the participants initially formed pairs of two, played Janken, and then struck each other. The person whose head shifted due to the blow lost.

Once Outa had defeated everyone, he faced Arajin. Senya held Arajin’s head in place so that Outa’s punch did not cause any movement, even though Outa’s knuckles were fractured.

After that, Outa went to the loo, where Arajin discovered him unconscious and with severe injuries. Marito didn’t think Minato Ken was the one who attacked Outa since he thought Doman was the only one strong enough to take on Minato Ken and wouldn’t use such devious methods.


Subsequently, Mahoro proposed to Arajin that she lead Siguma and free her brother; Arajin accepted this proposal without realising Mahoro’s true goal. Mahoro desired nothing more than to be the focus of her brother’s attention.

In the meantime, Minato and Siguma members started to appear hurt, not realising that the NG guys were forcing them into combat. Marito visited Doman at the end of the episode to resolve issues.

What to expect in Bucchigiri?! episode 4?

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Since Bucchigiri?! is a wholly original anime production, there isn’t a detailed synopsis of the next episode yet. But judging from episode 3, it looks like Marito and Domano will have a thrilling showdown. Overall, the anime has had excellent combat scenes. Viewers will be curious to learn more about the Emperor’s part in the narrative in addition to the action.

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Bucchigiri?! episode 4: Release date and time, where to watch, and more
Bucchigiri?! episode 4: Release date and time, where to watch, and more