As there are only a few episodes left for this season to conclude, MAPPA has decided to go up with the most anticipated Death Painting Arc. It seems like season 1 will end with the initial setup for this upcoming arc. Our trio of Itadori, Megumi, and Nobara will investigate the string of deaths taking place recently as episode 23 hits the screens in few days.
Hailed as one of the best anime of this season, Jujutsu Kaisen has found a special place in the hearts of fans. The characters, action, drama, story, MAPPA studio has adapted everything at an exceptional pace.
Jujutsu Kaisen episode 23 will be a no different tale as the studio is producing excellent stuff consistently. To know more, read below as we discuss the Jujutsu Kaisen episode 23 release date and spoilers.
Also read: Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 Release date
ALERT: The following article contains spoilers from the Jujutsu Kaisen series. Read ahead at your own discretion!
Jujutsu Kaisen Episode 23 Release Date
The official release date for Jujutsu Kaisen episode 23 in Japan is the 20th of March. The title of the episode is “The Origin of Blind Obedience Part 2”. Here is the time of release for episode 23 for different countries.
- Japan – 1:25 AM, March 20th
- USA/Canada – 8:30 AM, March 19th
- India – 12:15 AM, March 20th
- UK – 6:45 PM, March 19th
- Europe (CET) – 7:45 PM, March 19th
You can access the episode on online streaming platforms like Crunchyroll. If there are any changes, we will update it here.
Jujutsu Kaisen Episode 23 Spoilers
The anime is now adapting Death Painting Arc which is already completed in the manga. Below are some of the spoilers from Jujutsu Kaisen episode 23.
The Big Fight
First Itadori attacks the cursed monster. Monster comments on Itadori being strong. Next Nobara and Fushiguro unleash their strike. Nobara gets sucked into a portal. Fushiguro says that Nobara might be in really great danger. Nobara gets out of the portal.
A new person appears along with Nobara. Nobara can’t differentiate whether this person is a spirit or a curse user. The person says he is here to run some errand. Fushiguro attacks and kills the cursed monster however it is still alive. The new person comments that their objective is to retrieve Sukuna’s Fingers.
Jujutsu Kaisen Episode 23 Preview
What Happened in Jujutsu Kaisen Episode 22?
Here’s a quick recap of what took place in Jujutsu Kaisen episode 22.
It gets revealed that four students have died mysteriously. The common link between those deaths is that all of them died near the door of their house. The protagonist trio is sent to investigate the murder mystery.
The team goes to the school for investigation. Fushiguro reveals that he attended the same school and had a reputation as a delinquent. At the school, they meet Takeda who was an old employee. While investigating, they find that the people that died have a connection to Yashohachi Bridge.
Meeting With Nitta
The trio didn’t find any luck with the bridge. While at a shop they meet Nitta, the former classmate of Fushiguro. She explains to them about the weird activities she is experiencing recently. She reveals that once she went to bridge with the sister of Fushiguro. They go under the bridge to fight the spirit. Over there they encounter a cursed monster and the episode ends with their face-off.
Where to watch Jujutsu Kaisen Episode 23?
There are multiple sources but the most prominent among those is Crunchyroll. The platform covers pretty much every region and subcontinent. You can easily access the upcoming episode via signing up with Crunchyroll to watch the anime.
The regions that Crunchyroll covers include The Americas, Australia, Europe, Africa, and some countries from South East Asia.
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