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Tenjiku (天竺 (てんじく) , Tenjiku?), or Yokohama Tenjiku (横浜 (ヨコハマ) 天竺 (てんじく) , Yokohama Tenjiku?), was Kanagawa's largest delinquent group based on Yokohama.[1] It was led and founded by Izana Kurokawa with the help of Tetta Kisaki and the S-62 Generation to get revenge on Manjiro Sano and take over the Tokyo Manji Gang. After the battle that resulted in Izana's death and S-62's arrests, Tenjiku declared its defeat and disbandment.

Appearance

Uniform

Tenjiku's uniform consists of a long red outer coat with the gang's signature yin and yang emblem printed on the backside. Their mottos adorn the sleeves and the rear flap of the uniform. Above the Tenjiku emblem there is the generation (初代, First generation) while underneath is the Kanji for Yokohama (横浜, Yokohama?).

The rank depends on the uniform, the higher ranks wear a longer coat while common members wear a simple jacket.

Insignia

Background

Tenjiku was founded by the S-62 Generation members with Tetta Kisaki as the initiator of its formation.

Structure

  • Boss - Izana is Tenjiku's supreme authority as well as its pillar.
  • Four Heavenly Kings - The Four Heavenly Kings are the four strongest fighter's in Tenjiku. It is unclear if they have the same functions as Tokyo Manji Gang's Division Captains, but it is heavily implied so, as the Four Kings all appear with their corresponding squads, and one of them (Ran Haitani) even has his own second-in-command (his brother, Rindo Haitani)
  • Executives - Theoretically, any upper echelon member is considered an "Executive." There is, however, a member of Tenjiku that is referred solely as an executive, that being Yasuhiro Muto.
  • General Chief of Staff - This position is occupied by Tetta Kisaki, who joined Tenjiku shortly after getting kicked out of Tokyo Manji Gang. It is unclear what are the functions of this position, and where it falls on Tenjiku's hierarchy, but it clearly involves a lot of power, and allows Kisaki to give orders to any Tenjiku member other than the Executives. It is heavily implied that the position was made just for Kisaki after he became an ally to Izana Kurokawa.

Members

Tenjiku
Boss
Four Heavenly Kings
Executives
General Staff Officer
Treasurer
Gang members


Battles

Image Battle Result
Kanto Incident (Manga).png Kanto Incident Tenjiku was defeated.

Trivia

  • Tenjiku is the Japanese terminology for Tianzhu (derived from India's Sindhu) as referenced in Journey to the West, the story from which Izana drew inspiration to build his kingdom.[2]

References

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