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The School of Nadashinkage, The Art of Life and Death
Volume 1, Chapter 6
Chapter 6 cover
Kana Nadashinkageの学校、生と死のアート
Romaji Nadashinkage no gakkō, seitoshi no āto
Translation The School of Nadashinkage, The Art of Life and Death
New Characters None
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The School of Nadashinkage, The Art of Life and Death is the sixth chapter in the Koukou tekken-den tough manga, and the sixth chapter in the series.

SynopsisEdit

An elderly person talks with another person of the temple bell's beautiful sounds, to which the elderly person states, that it was because the person ringing it with all of his heart. Kiichi is then seen looking at his hand while eating, noticing that there were marks on it thanks to Mitsuhide Kuroda. Kiichi then decides to fight with his father, to which he agrees, and they go to an abandoned warehouse. Kiichi begins to spar with his father and is quickly outmatched as his father seems far more efficient in his own style then he is. Seiko then tells him why his art is called, Life and Death, leaving Kiichi to train even harder, as he is revealed to be hitting the temple's bell with his own fists, putting his all into it.

FightsEdit

None

Story NotesEdit

  • Kiichi trains with his father
  • It is revealed then revealed why Nadashinkage is called the art of life and death.
  • Kiichi is more inspired to fight, putting his all in ring the bell.

CharactersEdit

Note all characters in bold are new to the story

  1. Kiichi Miyazawa
  2. Seiko Miyazawa
  3. Kiichi's Grandpa

ReferenceEdit

NavigationEdit


Koukou Tekken-den Tough Volume 1 Chapters
Becoming A Star · Heartbeats · Expert in Kicking · Love At First Site · The Handshake of Destiny · The School of Nadashinkage, The Art of Life and Death · Confession · Hornets and Strategy · The Real Inheritor

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