100-nichigo ni Shinu Wani Songs Lyrics

The Crocodile Who Dies in 100 Days | 100日後に死ぬワニ
100-nichigo ni Shinu Wani Songs Lyrics


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100-nichigo ni Shinu Wani Ending Lyrics The Crocodile Who Dies in 100 Days | 100日後に死ぬワニ Ending Lyrics

Anime Information

Title:100-nichigo ni Shinu Wani

Also Called:The Crocodile Who Dies in 100 Days | 100日後に死ぬワニ


Released on year:2006

Released in:Fall

Num Episodes:50


High schooler Kenichi Shirahama can be found with his head buried in one of the many self-help books he carries with him every day when he isn't getting pummeled in the karate club after school. Kenichi accidentally frightens the new student in his class on the way to school one day, causing her to throw him to the ground. She introduces herself as Miu Furinji and asks Kenichi to be her friend after apologizing for her violent reflexes.
Later that day, after karate club practice, one of the other club members gives Kenichi an ultimatum: they will fight next week, and the loser must leave the club permanently. Kenichi watches Miu easily fend off three thugs while lamenting his impending defeat in the upcoming fight. He asks Miu for advice on how to become a better fighter because he is tired of being bullied by those who are more powerful than him. She leads Kenichi to her grandfather's dojo, Ryouzanpaku, where a group of skilled—if odd—masters of extreme martial arts have gathered to hone their skills. Kenichi will become significantly stronger, but only if he can "stay alive," according to Miu.
Kenichi takes the first step on his path to becoming a world-class fighter and defender of the defenseless, with those ominous words looming in his mind and the appearance of a criminal martial arts gang known as "Ragnarok" threatening the safety of those around him.


Yuuki Kikuchi's web manga series 100 Nichi Go ni Shinu Wani (100, "A Crocodile Who Will Die in 100 Days") is a Japanese web manga series written and illustrated by him. Between December 12, 2019, and March 20, 2020, the series, which depicts a crocodile's final 100 days before death, was self-published on Twitter. Shougakukan released a manga collection on April 8, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an anime film adaptation titled 100 Nichikan Ikita Wani (100, "A Crocodile Who Lived For 100 Days") was scheduled to be released on May 28, 2021, but was pushed back to July 9, 2021.