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In the Night Fog! Abenobashi Hard Boiled Shopping Arcade 

Arumi and Sasshi find themselves in a nocturnal, fog-ridden Abenobashi that seems to come out from some 1930s hard boiled novel. There is a war between the police forces, led by Sasshi's ... See full summary »

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Satoru Akahori (composition), Jukki Hanada (screenplay) | 1 more credit »

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Episode credited cast:
Takeshi Aono ... Grandpa Masa (voice)
Jessica Boone ... Arumi (voice)
Luci Christian ... Sasshi (voice)
Kaytha Coker ... Mune-mune (voice)
Keiji Fujiwara ... Papa (voice)
John Gremillion ... Kouhei (voice)
Jay Hickman ... Tetsu Asahina (voice)
Aya Hisakawa ... Mune-mune (voice)
Mami Kingetsu Mami Kingetsu ... Ayako Asahina (voice)
Katsuyuki Konishi ... Kouhei (voice)
Rikiya Koyama ... Eutus (voice)
Mike MacRae Mike MacRae ... Taro Imamiya (voice)
Yuki Matsuoka Yuki Matsuoka ... Arumi (voice)
Andy McAvin ... Grandpa Masa (voice)
Akemi Okamura ... Sayaka Imamiya (voice)
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Arumi and Sasshi find themselves in a nocturnal, fog-ridden Abenobashi that seems to come out from some 1930s hard boiled novel. There is a war between the police forces, led by Sasshi's grandpa, and the mafia, led by Masayuki, who has control of the Pelican Grill and successfully smuggles...snails. Sasshi is mistaken for a legendary sniper and forced to become part of the mafia, while Arumi becomes a policewoman with other two agents Mune-Mune and Sayaka. Papan shows up as the real sniper and calls Sasshi an impostor: after some challenges, Sasshi is declared the loser and gets shot..but in this world one does not die, simply turns into a "super deformed" version of himself. Huge final shootout between the policemen and the mafiosi, while Mune-Mune finally meets Yutas and asks him why he always seems to ignore her. No oni in this episode, but Yutas himself (in a "Small" version after being shot by Mune) offers to perform the spell to bring Arumi and Sasshi back home. However, it ... Written by Boyakki

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

9 May 2002 (Japan) See more »

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Dentsu, Gainax, Imagica See more »
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