The 10 Best Jujutsu Kaisen Fights in the Shibuya Incident Arc

Jujutsu Kaisen season two just ended, and the Shibuya Incident arc gave us non-stop amazing fight scenes from many Jujutsu Kaisen characters. The Shibuya Incident arc is without a doubt the best arc of the series yet because of many factors.

There are so many action-packed scenes, heartbreaking moments, and emotional scenes, but also the best fight scenes in the entire series. You remain on the edge of your seat each episode because of the action and unpredictability of each moment.

The stakes in Shibuya are at an all-time high, and each Jujutsu Sorcerer there enters a life-death situation.


You also get a better understanding of Gojo Saturu and Geto Suguru’s pasts and why they share different beliefs. And also the introduction of Toji Fushiguro, the sorcerer without cursed energy who outsmarted and defeated Gojo and Geto.

The Shibuya Incident arc shows Geto Suguru leading cursed users and spirits like Mahito, Hanami, and Jogo to seal Gojo Satoru. This masterplan from Geto Suguru concludes with an all-out battle between the Jujutsu sorcerers, cursed spirits, and curse users.

Spoiler Warning: This article contains major spoilers from the Jujutsu Kaisen anime.

Here is the complete list of the 10 best fights in the Jujutsu Kaisen Shibuya Incident Arc!

10. Itadori Yuji and Megumi Fushiguro vs Jiro Zenin


Itadori Yuji and Megumi Fushiguro encounter cursed spirits after another and now have to combine their strengths against Jiro Zenin. They face off against Jiro, who uses a cursed technique that makes strong, powerful attacks incredibly weak and very weak attacks incredibly strong.

So this leaves Jiro uninjured from attacks that can cause major damage, leaving the duo in shock after numerous attacks.

So this is a great challenge for Itadori, who does not know this cursed technique while heavily relying on immensely hard punches. This is where Megumi’s battle experience comes alive, as he discovers the trick to this cursed technique, changing Itadori’s fighting style.

Once they discovered Jiro’s technique, it was game over for this villain, and the duo easily finished him off.

9. Kento Nanami vs Haruta Shigemo


The Shibuya Indicent took turns for the worse after Gojo Satoru got sealed and many Jujutsu sorcerers got split up. Nanami’s anger arises from the loss of numerous Jujutsu High comrades due to curse users and spirits.

This is also due to Haruta, who killed almost every Jujutsu High comrade who wore a suit and beat up Kugisaku until he ran into Nanami.

So now this villain tries to kick Nanami, but his body feels like a wall, realizing how much danger he is in. Just the anger and raw power of Nanami alone made this fight top-tier, and his powerful blow was the cherry on top.

Shigemo’s cursed technique grants him the ability to have miracles occur a set number of times per day, but he uses up all of them just to survive Nanami’s attacks.

Seeing a villain rightfully get what he deserves from a character that everyone loves feels amazing.

8. Mechamaru (Kokichi Muta) vs Mahito


The Shibuya Indicent starts with the betrayal of Kokiji Muta against Jujutsu High, who had hopes of restoring his body to normal. But in return, he had to provide crucial information to Mahito and Geto about Jujutsu High.

This deal is later revealed, and Muta is now the mole of Jujutsu High. Both parties get their wish granted, but Mechamaru immediately switches to attack mode to kill both villains.

Even though Kokichi Muta is only a Semi-Grade 1 jujutsu sorcerer, his strategy and attacks against such powerful opponents proved his powers. This battle begins with Mahito telling Geto not to interfere, meaning that he is confident he will win.

However, Mahito puts more effort into his attacks and strategies as he keeps altering the forms of his soul to destroy Mechamarus puppets. The battle progresses with Kokichi using his techniques: Absolute Launching Ultra Cannon and Miracle Cannon on Mahito.

These brutally powerful attacks take Mahito down, and it causes him to alter himself to evade the attacks.

But just when the battle was in Mechamarus’ favor, Mahito unleashed his Domain Expansion: Self-Embodiment of Perfection. He even tricked Kokichi into thinking he would survive just before throwing his lethal attacks at him.

7. Nobara vs Mahito


Nobara fighting against the half of Mahito seemed unlikely for her to win at first glance, but her cursed technique and high intelligence proved otherwise. She encounters Mahito, who split himself in two during his fight against Itadori, but their battle becomes one-sided in favor of Nobara.

This is because Mahito thought he could easily beat Nobara, even with this weaker clone of himself. Fighting against this clone of Mahito gives Nobara a major advantage because of her cursed technique and deep desire to kill Mahito.

Nobara uses the Straw Doll technique to control her hammer and nails with cursed energy, dealing serious damage to Mahito.

She channels her cursed energy into attacks, giving her the upper hand. If the fight had kept going, Nobara could have won. However, Mahito escaped, switching with his other half and fatally touching Nobara’s eye.

6. Toji Fushiguro vs Dagon


Dagon faces off against Jujutsu High’s Megumi, Maki, Nanami, and Naobito. They quickly realize they’re outmatched, but Toji Fushiguro intervenes by shattering Dagon’s domain. This happened after Megumi created a hole in this domain for everyone to escape, but Toji entered before anyone could escape.

Toji Fushiguro enters the battle against a special-grade curse and leaves everyone in shock.

Toji is on another level entirely as he defeats Dagon effortlessly, neutralizing the curse’s strongest techniques. He breaks the domain and turns the tide. Toji not only defeats Dagon but also effortlessly handles Maki, Nanami, and Naobito. His clash with Megumi marks the end of his journey.

What makes these events also beautiful is that no one knows who he is; Megumi still doesn’t know that it was his father.

5. Gojo Satoru vs Hanami and Jogo


Season 1 of Jujutsu Kaisen didn’t fully showcase Gojo’s power, but Season 2 changed that. His standout moment arrives during the subway station battle against disaster curses.

Gojo Satoru is up against four Special Grade Curses, and they all have to combine their strengths only to have a small chance of even touching Gojo. They know from the start they have zero chance of even leaving a little bit of damage.

Jogo, Mahito, Choso, and Hanami aim to distract Gojo from Kenjaku’s plan. Knowing they can’t win, they try to stall him. Gojo easily defeats them and even kills Hanami, but struggles due to innocent bystanders crowding the station.

They knew Gojo’s weakness was his care for humanity’s safety, because if he wouldn’t care, then all of the curses would be dead.

Rarely seen at his prime, Gojo overwhelms opponents when unleashed and enters a “high” state. Hanami and Jugo’s attempt to delay him for the Seal fails, leading Gojo to seriously confront them, resulting in casualties among the Cursed Spirits.

Let alone what Gojo Satoru would do to the curses if there were no innocent bystanders there.

4. Sukuna vs Jogo


Jogo knowingly feeds Yuji multiple fingers of Sukuna, expecting Sukuna’s awakening but underestimating his power.

Sukuna swiftly overpowers Jogo, proving his supremacy among curses. Sukuna offers Jogo a deal: if Jogo lands a single blow, Sukuna will follow his plans. Despite Jogo’s bravery, he stands no chance against Sukuna’s might and doesn’t land a single hit.

In the battle, Sukuna immediately challenges Jogo, severing his arms as Jogo tries to attack. Sukuna then strikes Jogo’s head with a forceful blow. Despite Jogo’s attempt with the Maximum: Meteor technique, Sukuna emerges unharmed, showcasing his dominance.

As Jogo realizes his inferiority, it’s too late. Sukuna, unscathed, reduces Jogo to ash using fiery flames, ending the one-sided battle. The true King of Curses lives up to his reputation, but Jogo is still able to survive for a while in the fight.

3. Itadori Yuji and Aoi Todo vs Mahito

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Yuji and Todo, once victorious against Hanami, encountered a far more sinister adversary: Mahito.

Their battle resulted in severe injuries, escalating when Mahito unveiled his “true form.” Despite the atrocities Mahito committed against Yuji’s friends, Yuji was resolute that Mahito wouldn’t survive the fight.

The unbreakable bond between Yuji and Aoi thrived, showcasing unmatched battlefield synergy against the despised Mahito. Their chemistry in this epic confrontation stood out among all their battles. Todo, being the best brotha of Itadori Yuji, proved wonders during this amazing Jujutsu Kaisen fight.

Fighting the most hated villain in Jujutsu Kaisen, Mahito, amplified the intensity. Aoi and Yuji’s teamwork became a highlight in this showdown against Mahito’s cunning and menacing tactics.

Mahito fiercely fought using all he could: his domain expansion, exceeding his potential, and Mahito’s Idle Transfiguration Cursed Technique.

Even with all of that, Yuji’s victory became certain through using Black Flash, alongside Aoi’s unwavering support. Yuji’s determination to fulfill his sorcerer duties forced Mahito into a retreat.

2. Itadori Yuji vs Choso

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The highly anticipated clash between Itadori Yuji and Choso in the Shibuya incident arc mesmerized fans with its stunning visuals. This face-off showcased Sakuna’s vessel against the blood-manipulating master, making it a standout moment.

Despite Choso’s experience and initial advantage, Itadori met him head-on, refusing to hold back. The exceptional animation quality of this battle enthralled fans worldwide, marking the pinnacle of the Shibuya Arc’s high points, especially with Choso’s swift Blood Manipulation technique.

Within Shibuya Station, the clash escalates as Choso, driven by rage, summons Convergence, creating a blood orb launched toward Itadori with Piercing Blood.

Caught off guard, Itadori shields himself, almost losing his left arm. Despite the injury, he retaliates with Divergent Fist, creating a brief standoff where he notices his wound.

Amidst the tension, Choso questions Itadori about his brothers, evoking remorse in Itadori’s heart and recalling their faces and Choso’s intense bloodlust.

As Choso releases Supernova, striking Itadori’s back, and follows up with Blood Edge, stabbing Itadori’s foot, a fierce battle ensues despite Itadori’s injuries.

Upon Mechamaru’s advice, Itadori attempts to trap Choso in the bathroom, a risky move that seems to play into Choso’s hands. Yet, Itadori turns the tables, knowing the terrain’s advantage.

Despite Itadori’s tactical move, Choso emerges as the stronger combatant, ultimately rendering Itadori unconscious with a devastating body blow, concluding the intense battle.

1. Sukuna vs Mahoraga

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During the Shibuya Incident, Sukuna faces the uncontrollable shikigami Mahoraga, part of the Ten Shadows Technique, to protect Megumi. Mahoraga wields the Sword of Extermination against Sukuna, who launches relentless attacks, aware of the sword’s potency.

Despite Sukuna’s assault, Mahoraga adapts, striking Sukuna hard and sending him crashing through Shibuya.

In a heated battle, Sukuna deploys his Malevolent Shrine Domain Expansion, enhancing it with a Binding Vow to create an escape route within the domain’s reach. Ultimately, Sukuna incinerates Mahoraga before it can recover from the onslaught.

Sukuna’s clash with Mahoraga stands as an intensely heartbreaking moment in anime history.

The fight pits Sukuna against the most powerful Shikigami of the Ten Shadows technique, resulting in a fierce battle that carves a massive crater in Shibuya due to Sukuna’s domain expansion technique.

This confrontation vividly portrays the devastation inherent in the era of curses.

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1 Comment

  1. Ibrahim Amezian

    How is Yuji vs Choso not number one?


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