Mouryou no Hako 13

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Best anime series for Fall 2008!  Yeah!  Some spoilers ahead(or the little points that I could understand from the conversations).

  • The murder spree was committed by the guy named Kubo Shunkou.  Those parts before the OP that Sekiguchi seemingly carried out were from Kubo’s writings.
  • Kanako’s head was placed in a box, and Amemiya killed Suzaki (remember the other doctor/scientist in that box-like research center?), and stole the box.  The murder spree was triggered because the crazy Amemiya showed the head of Kanako in the box to Kubo.  Kubo became jealous and wanted something like that too.  Hence he murdered girls and chopped them up.  But he never attained success.  Sekiguchi realizes that the things mentioned in Kubo’s novel were real.

mouryou12-1Oh I’m totally crazy for heads in boxes

  • Amemiya was revealed to have loved Kanako, and not Youko.  Having lived with the sisters for 14 years, eeewww.
  • It is revealed that Kanako was the research center’s head’s (Mimasaka) daughter.  And Youko was also that guy’s daughter.  And (if I heard right previously), Youko’s daughter was Kanako.  Eeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwwww to the MAAAAAAAAAXXXXXXXXX!!!
  • When Kubo was shown Kanako’s picture in that coffee shop, he realized it was the same girl that was in the box  that Amemiya showed him.  He tracked Yoriko and learned about the research center from Yoriko, before he chopped up the poor girl.  And asked Mimasaka to stuff his head into a box too.  The guy is the craziest guy I’ve seen in 2008 anime.
  • The body parts that were discovered in the lake largely attributed as the first case of the chop2x murders, were actually Kanako’s arm and legs.

mouryou12-2I’m a genie in a bottle–er, a head in a box actually

  • In conclusion, Youko killed Kubo who killed Mimasaka .  But should she really get thrown in prison for killing a half-dead murderer?  The guy deserved to die dammit!

mouryou12-3

Bloody doctor why do I have my shoulders!??  I said my head only, dammit!!

  • For the last part, an acquiantance tells Sekiguchi et al about the sighting of a guy with a box.  And when asked what was inside, the guy opened it and a black thread-like dried meat-like thing was in it.  Eeeww.  Sekiguchi asks Chuuzenji if Amemiya is happy with that.  Chuuzenji responds that he must be so, being happy is easy.  He then adds something about people stopping (something) and that’s good.  (Forgive me that passage must have some deeper meaning I don’t understand.)  Actually as clarified in the comments the meaning is to stop being human.

Thoughts/gripes about the show

  • Chuuzenji’s sister didn’t have enough screen time.  Is that also true in the novel?  It makes me wanna read the novel!  T_T
  • In the middle part there’s too much talk.  @_@  This may be part of the story but yeah, sometimes it kind of got boring.  Or maybe it was because I understood only a small part of it.   T_T
  • Because of all this talk, it would be hard to translate then.  But I fervently hope for more subs because this is such an awesome show.
  • But it doesn’t really take away from the entertainment this series gives.  Even though it was about chop2x murders, I didn’t really turn chicken because there was little gore that was shown.  In other series where lots of blood and body parts are shown (along with the actual kiling itself), I usually get turned off.  Madhouse really did good on this one, it is almost  something along the likes of Monster.

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  1. I couldn’t agree more. There were a lot of good series in the past season, but none of them could really match up to this one. Let’s hope that it’s going to get subbed fast.

  2. “Himono” isn’t thread. It’s dried meat. So yes, it’s even more gruesome, and left all up to the imagination of the viewer.

  3. As soon as you mentioned “Monster” in your post, I knew that I had to check out this series. The third screenshot is really capturing my interest. 🙂

    Yet another show to add to my must-watch list.

    Oh, and Happy New Year’s to you, hayase!

  4. So Amemiya is traveling with what is part of Kanako’s corpse over the country?
    Showing it to people?
    Really,Kanako didn’t deserve for it,I really hope Kanako’s brain died in that scene which we can see in 4th episode,cause from that moment we don’t get any insight from her perspective.
    But I must say I’m a bit sad that we didn’t get any supernatural explanation in this anime(like maybe Amemiya and Kubo were in some kind of demon cult or they were possesed,or I would like to see reincarnation of Kanako/Yoriko or something),really this anime shows how poeple actions can be evil/crazy/gruesome just from some selfish acts without any supernatural party involved and that’s what is really scary for me.

  5. Definitely the best of 2008! It’s so unbelievable they managed to pack the very complicated long novel in the 13 episodes! Direction was really good with the controversial 6th & 7th episodes where Kyogokudo (Chuzenji Akihiko) kept talking (‘Unchiku’ – so Japanese call it) with brilliant camera panning, use of symbols (with sweets, cake knife, etc.), the cat, and the fuurin (wind chime)! The ‘avant’ portion of almost all the episodes were working incredibly great. This is the real work of art!
    Btw. re: the meaning of what Kyogokudo said about Amemiya, he said ‘It’s easy to become happy. Only the thing you’d need is to stop being human.’ (means that he lost himself, and slipped off from ‘sanity’ to land ‘insanity.’)
    There was also an impressive sentence Kyogokudo stated against Mimasaka (the doctor) as his ‘ju’ (to ride of ‘mouryo’ – I believe): he said ‘Brain is like a mirror. Therefore, brain without body can only contain spirit of machine.’ (means that ‘brain in the huge box – the whole building’ can only contains ‘spirit’ of machine replacing the original human body parts… so the brain is not the same as the one used to contain the spirit of human – because it is mirroring the machine.)
    Anyway… something like that. I’m Japanese so I saw all the episodes raw. But ‘m really hoping that Aero fansub will patiently keep working on releasing beyond the first 6 episodes. (Actually I was so impressed they managed to release the 6th. The 7th will take them quite long for sure!)
    Wishing you a happy new 09!!!!! (We in New York, are still in 2008;)

  6. Happy New Year everyone! 😀

    @psgels
    It is indeed a pity that a great series such as this lacks subs. If Ergo Proxy got subbed, this shouldn’t be really that hard, right?
    @Koh-san
    Thanks for that! I heard it as ‘himo no’ which would make it a thread. Anyway, dried meat indeed looks more gruesome.
    @maya
    Come to think of it, even though Kubo’s murders are gruesome, Johann actually gives me the creeps more. But anyway, I hope you enjoy it too. 🙂
    @Anon
    >>So Amemiya is traveling with what is part of Kanako’s corpse over the country?
    Yes. It creeps me out what some people do in the name of love.
    >>I really hope Kanako’s brain died in that scene which we can see in 4th episode
    She could be in some sort of haze or something, but probably not fully conscious and aware. But in the end she does die–as explained by Koh-san, what remained of her was a mass of black, dried meat. T_T
    >>But I must say I’m a bit sad that we didn’t get any supernatural explanation
    Yes, I was half-hoping for that. But it seems that the mouryou that was alluded to was the evil in people’s hearts. That’s my interpretation.

  7. @zakuro
    Thanks very much for the explanations! 😀

    >>Btw. re: the meaning of what Kyogokudo said about Amemiya, he said ‘It’s easy to become happy. Only the thing you’d need is to stop being human.’ (means that he lost himself, and slipped off from ’sanity’ to land ‘insanity.’)

    Ah, so that’s what it meant. The line makes sense now. 🙂

    >>‘Brain is like a mirror. Therefore, brain without body can only contain spirit of machine.’

    I did get the spirit of the machine part, but I completely missed the brain being a mirror part. So this will answer Anon’s question about Kanako’s ‘brain’ while she was inside the box. But it is just small consolation that Kanako’s no longer truly herself when her head gets stuffed inside the box.

    Or could it be that she becomes less and less of herself the longer she is in the box? Kubo, although his head was already in a box, was still able to recognize Sekiguchi after all. The bastard even died a quick death, while Kanako probably had to suffer some more (though I doubt if she could still feel suffering if she was no longer truly herself).

  8. Thanks for explanations.
    I really hope Kanako brain died when she was putted into box,and that what was in the box was just something else,after all she was much longer in such state than Kubo,so her mind faded away,and she rather didn’t feel anything at all and she finally died,if that whole building was what kept Kanako alive,then one box without any such power directly linked rather wouldn’t last long,really I wonder if this is some Frankenstein method used here(like electricity,which would run through brain maybe mimicking some human actions or something),cause we don’t see any respirathor or pomps used her to transfer blood with oxygen to keep her brain alive,only some weird electric cables,after all these are 50s.
    Well if we would put mouryou as some overall evil in humans,and that some poeple open that box by themselves or situation.
    Well let’s look at Yoriko,poor lonely schoolgirl going into rich girl school,she had many complexes,she didn’t have any friends,for sure she wasn’t stable mentally,and one day the most amazing girl in school Kanako becomes friends with her and her world changes for some reincarnation beliefs,it looked like her mouryou was awaken by then,which bringed her to push Kanako under train for selfish act she would be reborn in her body next,or she saw that pimple and though Kanako body is dying and that’s why Kanako was crying then,so she wanted to help her.We all know how it ended for Yoriko,if she wouldn’t be killed by Kubo for sure her mother would commit suicide sooner or later,and Yoriko rather too would kill herself so she could change body with Kanako as her beliefs go,as she though her dissapearence meant she ascended to heaven.
    The same goes for Kubo,his insanity/mouryou was awaken when he saw Kanako head in that train being still alive and he lost his humanity to awakened insanity(I suppose Kanako really died when some power in that box runed out finally),the scary thing for me is that he was chopping these schoolgirls(including Yoriko,still her face in that box really wasn’t a nice view) when they were still alive I suppose to see if they will be living in his box version(of course when he was cutting them in half in final moment so they wuld fit in his boxes they were dying).
    Funny thing is if Yoriko didn’t push Kanako under train none of this would happen(evil brings evil sadly),I think Amemiya wouldn’t do anything to Kanako,he would be still watching from distance like he did for these 14 years,and sadly his mouryou awaken when he knew what happened to Kanako,that she was chopped also,and as last hope he took her head only so he could be happy forever with her,so he could show off other poeple like he is happy now with his corpse in the box..
    Real tragic person here who didn’t do anything wrong and recieved such punishment is Kanako(plus other chopped schoolgirls),I could somehow justify other poeple death in this anime but not hers,and that’s why this ending is somehow very wrong for me,Kanako body should be put to rest into grave like others,and Amemiya should be killed.We can clearly assume that he has now decayed Kanako head in the box,like mummy head,but he still sees her as beautifull as ever,that’s just sick and sad in the same way.

  9. Also anyone remembers School Days?
    In one route ending girl kills the boy,chops his head and takes that with her and goes into some voyage,really love can bring insanity in us somehow.
    But still for my detective/criminal anime Death Note is still first,Mouryou no Hako goes into second place and Monster goes into third.

  10. @Anon

    >>after all she was much longer in such state than Kubo,so her mind faded away,and she rather didn’t feel anything at all and she finally died,

    I would like to think that as days passed while was she connected to life support, she loses bit by bit her awareness of what is outside her. I’d hate to think that she was still fully conscious when she got stuffed into the box. While she was in the medical tent she couldn’t speak audibly. When Amemiya showed her to Kubo, all she could muster was one syllable. Though in contradiction it was pretty clear that her eyes were scanning the immediate surroundings. Perhaps she no longer remembered her true self and it’s really more probable that she died not feeling anything at all.

    >>Real tragic person here who didn’t do anything wrong and recieved such punishment is Kanako

    Indeed. But if she hadn’t fed Yoriko the bullshit about reincarnation the latter wouldn’t get funny ideas like pushing someone onto the train tracks.

    >>I think Amemiya wouldn’t do anything to Kanako

    About Amemiya, well, he’d probably run off with Kanako whenever an opportunity presents itself. That’s what’s creepy about the silent types who hide their love and then boom! Just forgets the difference between right and wrong given the right push.

    >>I wonder if this is some Frankenstein method used here

    I seem to remember some references to Frankenstein in the later episodes. But if the subs don’t come out I’ll never be sure. I don’t want to watch again anytime soon because MnH is not the type of show that’s enjoyable to watch over and over again.

  11. I found this to be one of the most interesting shows of 2008. There are some moments that just felt right, in a way that works on all levels. For me especially, in episode 4, the shots of all those black smokestacks spewing entrails of smoke, evocative of human entrails, is an image that will stay with me for a long time. It manages to tie into the themes of mechanization and dislocation, almost on a subliminal level.

    But some things about it are bothering me. It’s a small point perhaps, but visual consistency breaks in a couple of places. The crazy herky-jerky movements of the CGI automobile in episode 11 seemed to be more at-home in a Touhou game than in this story. It breaks the tension when things should be building up to the final climax. Earlier, in episode 7, the realistic, non-Clamp character designs of the child at the beginning, and of the individuals in the samurai story, pulled me briefly, completely, out of the story. The differences in character-designs between the principals and the bit-players were better-balanced in episode 4. Less jarring.

    As for Kanako’s state-of-mind when Amemiya showed her to Kubo, it’s shown in episode 4. She’s in a half-aware, half-asleep, twilight state, and I assume she gradually just faded away.

    I wished we could have seen more of Kyougokudou’s sister. (Was episode 4 the last time we see her?) Her appearance was more like a wink and a cameo than anything else. Apparently in other stories, she has a habit of getting into some heated arguments with her brother, and (I assume) being able to hold her own?

    And speaking of Kyougokudou (Akihiko Chuuzenji), I understand that he’s the main character in a series of at least ten novels written by Natsuhiko Kyougoku (written with the same two kanji), often called the Kyougokudou series. (Kyougokudou is the name of the bookstore, and also Akihiko’s nom de plume or nickname.) Apparently, the novel “Mouryou no Hako” is 1060 page long! I’m intrigued. If only my Japanese were good enough to be able to read them. What I don’t understand is, how does Kyougokudou figure out the mystery? Does he just divine it because he’s a Shinto priest? Is there something in his encyclopedic knowledge that allows him to read the situation? In essence, is this a detective story or a supernatural one?

  12. Hello, Hayase. Happy New Year! + Thank you for your response!

    (sorry this post is to be quite long…)

    @Hayase @Anon
    >> Indeed. But if she hadn’t fed Yoriko the bullshit about reincarnation the latter wouldn’t get funny ideas like pushing someone onto the train tracks.

    Well, If you say so, Kanako seemed to be quite into novels written by Sekiguchi (which was fed into Yoriko.) Then, Yoriko kept on reading Sekiguchi’s novels – which inspired the made-up story about the black-clad guy with white gloves pushed Kanako into the rail. Btw. re: Kyogoku Natsuhiko, the original author of the novel with the same name on which the animation was based on (as Koh-san explained above), appeared as a guest seiyuu for the voice of the black-clad guy who appeared to ‘close/end the whole story’ in Sekiguchi’s novel, “Memai (Vertigo)” in the anime for the renown ‘cameo appearance.’ (<< he is known to appear almost every single adaptation movie etc. although he says ‘reluctantly’. He actually has a great deep voice!)

    Well, Sekiguchi placed the character resembling to Akihiko Chuzenji (Kyogokudo) out of despair to wrap up the novel he had been struggling to end. (Sekiguchi thought the novel ‘failure’ because of the ending. Kyogokudo also described it as ‘_almost_ a masterpiece.’ – but indicating that he also thought it was ‘failure’ due to the ending…)
    Ironically, the novel obviously inspired Yoriko to create the unexisting character which drove Kiba to have gotten a wrong idea about the whole situation.

    Kubo has been already building up his obsession to ‘fill up every gap’ (a variation of mannerism?) Shown in ‘avant’ section of ep. 7, Kubo’s ‘Girl in the box (part 1/2)’ (probably he never finished the story…) has the episode of how he as a school boy detested the small gap in his lunchbox caused by the steamed rice being shifted in the bag. He immediately got too upset looking at the gap to eat the lunch. He also rather bothered with his thoughts about him being left in a large house alone after his mother was dead. (than the very death of his mother.)

    I believe that the whole point of what Kyogokudo said in ep 13 was that all the people encountered & entrapped with ‘mouryou’ which awoke what each individual potentially had inside him/herself. Just a tiny incident could awake ‘it’. Kyogokudo known _not_ to believe ‘wonder’ (or super-natural?) – so he tends to explain everything out of his knowledge and insights based on the facts given by his friends, sister, etc. He rarely walks out of his home unless it’s really needed. (So, someone compared him with ‘Ironside’;) Enokizu rather has a special ‘super-natural’ skill to be able to see through people’s memorized vision of ‘what he/she saw.’ (That’s why he said ‘Oh… yeah. “That” was living…’ (quoting Kanako’s head in the box while Amemiya shown it to Kubo in the train.) It’s rather funny that Enokizu’s profession is indeed ‘detective’ but not Kyogokudo’s;)

    @Hayase, re: unmatching design,
    Btw. I actually liked the little girl flipping the pages outside Kyogokudo’s used bookshop (I think so because it’s his regular business… although it immediately shifted into Sekiguchi reading Kubo’s draft of ‘Girl in the box’ – it might’ve been just a regular bookshop) at the beginning of the ep 7. My guessing is the scene indicates how a little girl would intensely getting into reading a book. (Here is another potential to start building up a fantasy land in her brain?!?) The design might not be as per with typical ‘Clamp’ style but it is in synch with the mood of the original novel (kinda ‘Galo’ style…)
    Actually, there is a manga adaptation by Shimizu Aki on Comic Kwai/Kai, which is a sibling magazine to a quarterly ‘yokai (monster)’ magazine ‘Kwai/Kai’ to which Kyogoku Natsuhiko is an executive editor. So, when the animation version was announced, lots of Kyogoku fans were disappointed because Clamp was chosen to do the original character design.
    Shimizu Aki(who is an amid Kyogoku fan) does really well visualizing the world of Kyogoku. Although… I totally understand Madhouse chose Clamp because of the ‘prettier’ looks known for their design… (in comparison with Shimizu’ realistic design..)

    I rather think Nishida Asako who worked the actual character design based with Clamp’s design, did rather well. So, even the people who originally disapproved Clamp’s girly/pretty design, kept watching it and eventually didn’t get bothered as much.

    You can sample what Shimizu did in her adaptation in slideshow version at:
    http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm1851446 (niconico may require you to register… make sure to click away ‘comments’.)

    Also avail at youtube (but in lessor sound quality… I think the guy who put together got music & title from movie adaptation.)

    If interested, the orig manga has been scanlated:
    http://www.mangafox.com/page/manga/series/4602/mouryou_no_hako/

  13. @Koh-san

    >>But some things about it are bothering me. It’s a small point perhaps, but visual consistency breaks in a couple of places…

    I did not notice. ^_^;

    >>If only my Japanese were good enough to be able to read them. What I don’t understand is, how does Kyougokudou figure out the mystery?

    I wish my Japanese was good enough too hehehe. What I’m thinking is, Kyougokudou probably has great intuition (or maybe inference? Don’t know the right word). And don’t forget, there were others who were investigating the matter too–Kyougokudou was not doing things all by himself for one. Still it’s really amazing that it was solved with all that talking. But what’s more amazing is that civilians, not the police, solved that case! (But it would be boring if Kiba by himself solved it, right?)

    >>Does he just divine it because he’s a Shinto priest? Is there something in his encyclopedic knowledge that allows him to read the situation? In essence, is this a detective story or a supernatural one?

    I can’t truly answer this. Perhaps the answer lies in the series of novels written by Kyougoku himself. But never despair–it seems that the first novel in the series (Ubume no Natsu/Summer of the Ubume) will be published in English!
    Link: http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/convention/2007/vertical

  14. @zakuro

    Wow. Thanks for the info! 😀

    >>I believe that the whole point of what Kyogokudo said in ep 13 was that all the people encountered & entrapped with ‘mouryou’ which awoke what each individual potentially had inside him/herself.

    I think this is also the whole point of the story.

  15. Unless I missed it, the anime ended up glossing over the actual definition of Moryo in favor of wrapping up the plot threads.
    He spent a good deal of time redefining Moryo as “boundaries” – lines we should not cross, but which we are drawn towards anyway.

  16. @Hayase,
    Thank you for your reply! I may have mixed up your reply & Koh-san’s. (re: the design unmatch…) Sorry!

    (sorry the below includes spoilers.)

    @doceirias,
    This one is just my version of interpretation… but…
    I think the one variation Kyogoku explained about ‘Mouryou’ sounds most intriguing and fitting… (well, other variations cannot be dismissed.. because they are also somewhat fitting;)
    The one about the ‘vague shadow’ emerging around the shadow surrounding the edge of the hollow hole (or at times, just borders.)

    It’s related to a fable in Zhuangzi (or Chuang Tzu)’s book.
    It’s a story about the ‘vague & subtle shadow(penumbrae? – so it was described below…)’ asking the shadow a question of being.

    I found a translation:
    The penumbrae (once) asked the shadow, saying, ‘Formerly you were looking down, and now you are looking up; formerly you had your hair tied up, and now it is dishevelled; formerly you were sitting, and now you have risen up; formerly you were walking, and now you have stopped: how is all this?’ The shadow said, ‘Venerable Sirs, how do you ask me about such small matters? These things all belong to me, but I do not know how they do so. I am (like) the shell of a cicada or the cast-off skin of a snake;– like them, and yet not like them. With light and the sun I make my appearance; with darkness and the night I fade away. Am not I dependent on the substance from which I am thrown? And that substance is itself dependent on something else! When it comes, I come with it; when it goes, I go with it. When it comes under the influence of the strong Yang, I come under the same. Since we are both produced by that strong Yang, what occasion is there for you to question me?’

    link to the Zhuangzi text page
    —–
    It seems that the question indicates that no one can tell that which one of them is dependent. So.. Mouryou is like the shadow’s shadow (penumbrae). It seems that it is just a reflection of something, but ‘who knows?’ Which one is the reflection? So Mouryou emerges. It may even taken over the ‘supposedly main’ being(?!)

    Anyways… I’m finishing up with a funny part related the ep 7 when Kyogokudo asked Sekiguchi & Toriguchi if they are familiar with Zhuangzi’s writings. Zhuangzi in Japanese sound being pronounced as ‘Sohji.’ And ‘Sohji’ sounds like ‘cleaning’…, so Toriguchi responded ‘Oh… just about once a month…'(<- he mistook it as ‘cleaning’!) and Sekiguchi said ‘I’ve read it while ago.'(<- he understood Kyogokudo meant ‘Zhuangzi’.)
    That was a quick joke thrown in;)

    Okay. I’m sorry that I kept on this thread with my looong dangling comments! I’ll keep myself quiet for a while;)
    (Natsume pt2 has started as of today! Totally different, heart-warming yokai stories! – which I also luv:::::)

  17. @zakuro

    Thanks again for all that info!

    >>Anyways… I’m finishing up with a funny part related the ep 7 when Kyogokudo asked Sekiguchi & Toriguchi if they are familiar with Zhuangzi’s writings.

    I totally missed that, because I don’t even know about Zhuangzi myself. (I am an ignoramus when it comes to Chinese literature. Unless it’s about Sun Tzu–my dad had his Art of War book. His book probably is a different kind of ‘literature’ anyway.)

    >>So.. Mouryou is like the shadow’s shadow (penumbrae). It seems that it is just a reflection of something, but ‘who knows?’ Which one is the reflection? So Mouryou emerges. It may even taken over the ’supposedly main’ being(?!)

    I think my CPU just crashed..😛

    Are you a scholar or something? You really know a lot of stuff. Hehehe.

    Anyway, zakuro, if you want more discussion, there’s a live one going on at Wabi Sabi’s. She’s tackling kotodama in Mouryou no Hako. You might like to join in the fray there. 🙂

    Here’s the link: http://www.iwanihana.info/2009/01/the-concept-of-kotodama-言霊.html

  18. @Hayase,
    Ha-ha! Thanks for the link!!!
    She explains really well and detailed!
    I’ll definitely keep checking her page.
    Btw. no I’m not any scholar;) I just like some small parts of history, archaeology kinda stuff. Just some hobby, not really in-depth, and tends to be scattered;)
    Zhuangzi is something Japanese kids should flip during classic Japanese literature classes… but I didn’t know this article ’til MnH.

  19. @zakuro

    That’s a good hobby–it’s probably hard to get tired of it. I wish my country had writings like that. Unfortunately we’re a relatively young country, and with no introspective culture at that.

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  21. does anybody know what happens with the subbing of ep 13 ?

    or can give me a link with some translation on it …plsssss !

    Help a friend in need🙂

  22. I think you should go to the subbers’ web page. This series is difficult to translate and/or not really that popular among the mainstream so be patient for now. 🙂

    If I could, I’d buy The Summer of the Ubume by Natsuhikou Kyogoku (if I can find a copy). Perhaps that way they’ll think of publishing Mouryou no Hako too. 😉

  23. All that lunacy is temporary. Any grafter can make money. She said only, Francisco, why? He finished dressing, quickly, pitilessly. Why, yes, yes, of course. They wont tell me, but I know. It was almost a plea. Another was Ragnar Danneskjold, who became a plain bandit.

  24. можно ли сидеть на диете при планировании ребенкаможно ли похудеть с помощью овсяных хлопьевовес и диеталегкая и быстрая диетакремлевская диета как насчет жареной рыбыдиета и гороховый супклиники для похудениялучшие диеты мирадиета про проблемной кожекак похудеть с помощью диеты быстро и недорогодиета при воспаленнии язвы 12 перстной кишкикак правильно похудеть как похудеть легкокто сидел на гречневой диете помогаетвиктор корольков диетологдиета для пола ребенкадиета два пальца в ротдиета женщин после 45 леткак можно похудеть на кефирелишний вес комплексы парень 19 летполиклинника с врачом диетологом в москве

  25. I finished watching this anime yesterday but I was still unclear about some things, thanks for clearing it up in this post.
    It was truly great. I say the same about a lot of anime, but really, this was unique.
    In just 13 episodes I really did gain a connection with the characters.

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