The formerly prominent though now decimated Sanno-kai yakuza crime organization is being absorbed into the Hanabishi-kai under their Grand Yakuza leader, who has virtually unified the entire underground of all of Japan into a massive, single and centralized organization. Among the few survivors of the gang war is Otomo who was a former lieutenant of the Sanno-kai and who had allied himself temporarily with the Hanabishi-kai in order to set the records straight concerning what he felt was his unjust imprisonment while still with the Sanno-kai. The police now believe that the unification plan of the new Hanabishi-kai is far too extensive to be ignored and begin to organize a massive nationwide crackdown on the Hanabishi-kai before the full unification makes too much progress across all of Japan. Otomo, making use of his ties with powerful Korean crime connections, decides that there are enough remnants of his old clan that he can make his own stand in the final chapter of his seeking to correct his unjust imprisonment inflicted upon him by his former yakuza brothers.
Cast & Credits
The world has hardly changed in Outrage Coda, everything looks very noble when we see the rooms of the Yakuza. A quick look at the world of Mr. Chang offers the start with a bar and women that you can buy. But otherwise, we see offices and remote places where you can quickly make a person disappear. Everything has its own talent and believes in the world.