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Authors: Tetsuya Saruwatari

Genres: Action, Martial Arts, Seinen,

Status: Completed

Type: Manga

Updated: Jan 24, 2020

Published: 2003-07-31 2012-07-19

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Rank: 2629

Popularity: 2598

Scores: 7.54 by 2683 users

Read Tough for free on KunManga. This is a continuation of Koko Tekken-den Tough which ran for 42 volumes and followed the main character, Kiichi, when he was younger and was training under his father Seiko Miyazawa. This is a mixed martial arts fighter manga about the Miyazawa school of martial arts. Initially, it is about Kiichi trying to heal his father after he was nearly killed by his brother Kiryu but it then goes on to be less about that as his father recovers and some tournament style fighting begins.

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TTough Synopsis: The Miyazawa school of martial arts is the subject of this mixed martial arts fighting manga. At first, Kiichi's goal is to heal his father after his brother Kiryu almost killed him. The story then becomes less about that as his father heals and some fighting in the vein of a tournament starts. Kiichi will then come across a number of opponents who appear to be overwhelming him on his route to the top. The goals of the different characters begin to take on a greater significance, as do the various philosophical interpretations of various martial arts and disciplines. (Maybe in some ways similar to a tale of modern-day Samurai.)