Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 211 Release date, where to read and more
Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 211 will be published on Sunday, January 29, 2023, at 12 a.m. JST globally. The chapter is available for free on the series’ official Viz and Manga Plus websites, as well as the official Shonen Jump app. The emphasis of Chapter 210 remained on the situation in Tokyo No. 1 colony, where Yuji and Megumi were seen to have joined forces with Hana and Takaba.
The party rescued a soldier from a curse and interviewed him to learn why the military had attacked the colonies. However, Yuji and Hana disagreed when the pink-haired sorcerer announced his desire to assist the warriors and urged the Angel not to boss them about.
Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 211 might bring focus on Yuta Okkotsu’s situation in Sendai colony
Release date and time, where to read
Chapters of the Jujutsu Kaisen manga are updated weekly, with spoilers and raw scans emerging earlier in the week. Although no spoilers have yet been revealed, the official English translation of Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 211 is set to be published globally at the following times:
Pacific Time: 8 am PST (January 29, 2023)
Eastern Time: 11 am EST (January 29, 2023)
Greenwich Mean Time: 3 pm GMT (January 29, 2023)
Central European Time: 5 pm CET (January 29, 2023)
Indian time: 8.30 pm IST (January 29, 2023)
Philippine Time: 11 pm PHT (January 29, 2023)
Japanese Standard Time: 12 am JST (January 30, 2023)
Australia Time: 12.30 am ACT (January 30, 2023)
Chapter 211 of Jujutsu Kaisen will be released on the official Viz and Manga Plus websites. Both websites provide users with free access to the three most recent chapters in a series. Readers will need to pay for a membership to view the previous chapters.
In addition, Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 211 will be accessible on the Shonen Jump+ mobile app, where readers may get all chapters of the series at once by signing up for a paid membership.
What to expect in Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 211
After Hana and Yuji’s quarrel is handled and the gang is reunited at the conclusion of chapter 210, Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 211 may go on to describe the situation in the other colonies. With great sorcerers like Yuta Okkotsu dominating the game in Sendai, the next chapter may offer an update on his present position. Furthermore, it might give insight on Kasumi Miwa, who was shown to be in the same colony in chapter 181.
The hypothesis is further confirmed by Kenjaku’s statement in chapter 209 that the cursed energy levels have only reached the requisite level in the Tokyo No. 1 and Sendai colonies. In Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 211, Maki’s ability to move across colonies may also have an impact on the Culling Game, since she would be able to easily annihilate the troops assaulting sorcerers in her present form.
A brief summary of chapter 210
Chapter 210 of Jujutsu Kaisen began with a flashback depicting a cursed spirit raising three young children in an abandoned building. The chapter alternated between the past and the present as the sorcerers interrogated a Japanese soldier they had rescued in order to learn that the foreign military wanted to capture them for research purposes.
The soldier stated that the concept of “noblesse oblige,” combined with the pride of the Jujutsu HQ, was the reason the Japanese did not attempt to become self-sufficient using cursed energy from sorcerers. Yuji and Megumi decided to save the foreign non-sorcerers, which prompted the Angel to object because their colony had already completed the cursed energy quota required to complete the ritual preceding Tengen’s merger.
Yuji told the Angel not to get in their way and said he didn’t trust any of them, which enraged Hana. The chapter then moved on to a description of the Japanese soldier’s thoughts on death. Hana saved him in the nick of time when he was about to be killed by a cursed spirit.
In Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 210, Hana escaped the clutches of the curse, who was posing as their mother, by following Megumi’s Divine Dog. She hoped to run into the sorcerer again someday. The chapter ended with Yuji admitting his fear that Hana would replace Nobara and promising to apologize later, appeasing the winged sorcerer.