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‘Sakamoto Days’ Tells The Story Of What Happens When A Hitman Retires To Run A Convenience Store

Family man, business owner, and formally the world's best assassin.

(Featured Image Source: Yuto Suzuki / Shueisha / Weekly Shonen Jump / Viz Media)

Taro Sakamoto is a husband, father, and convenience store owner. Oh yeah, and also formally the world’s best assassin! Learn what happens when the guy that sells your snacks is called back into action when Sakamoto Days Vol. 1 releases next month!

Yuto Suzuki / Shueisha / Weekly Shonen Jump / Viz Media

“Time has passed peacefully for Sakamoto since he left the underworld. He’s running a neighborhood store with his lovely wife and child and has gotten a bit…out of shape. But one day a figure from his past pays him a visit with an offer he can’t refuse: return to the assassin world or die!”

via VIZ Media

Sakamoto Days is written and illustrated by Yuto Suzuki. It tells the story of a hitman who, after falling in love, retires to run a convenience store. Despite separating himself from the criminal underworld, he finds his happy life at risk. It is up to him and his employees to protect his family, no matter the cost.

The series began in 2020 and currently has six volumes published in Japan.

Sakamoto Days Vol. 1 will be available on April 5th. Head to VIZ Media to see where you can get your copy.

(Source: VIZ Media)

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