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Thursday, March 27, 2008

Shika otoko Aoniyoshi 鹿男あをによし Ep. 9 Screen Caps

Episode 9 The final battle!
A night of destiny: What is Japan's fate?

They know what they’re looking for now, the Triangle Edge Animal Deity Mirror, because Richard played by Kodama Kiyoshi (Dream Again ,Hero) fessed up in the last episode and asked Ogawa Takanobu played by Tamaki Hiroshi (Nodame Cantabile, Water Boys) to trust him to deliver it to the school the following day, but Ogawa declines and agrees to meet early the following morning in front of the Ancient Tomb where Richard has hidden the mirror. Hotta played by Tabe Mikako (Yamada Taro Monogatari, Hinokio), Fujiwara Michiko played by Ayase Haruka (Hotaru no Hikari, Hero), along with Ogawa and Nagaoka go back to the inn and Nagaoka explains that Richard approached her after she was spoken to by a fox in the Kyoto zoo. Richard claimed to be the deer messenger and warned Nagaoka that another might appear but that man would be an imposter, actually he’d the rat deliverer who was trying to deceive them. That’s why when Nagaoka met Ogawa and claimed to be the deer messenger she threw water in his face. Fukuhara Shigehisa played by Sasaki Kuranosuke (Detective Conan 2, Bambino!) asks what all the noise is, but then comes downstairs to give Nagaoka a gift of his hand made pottery.

The drama is really starting to make more sense and I can’t wait for the final episode and conclusion. I really enjoyed this series a lot I hope you have too.

Download the ten RAW video bit torrent files here, the English soft subs for the completed series can be download here. The screen shots of the previous episodes are here.

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