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Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Shika otoko Aoniyoshi 鹿男あをによし Ep. 10 Screen Caps

The Triangle Edge Animal Deity Mirror is placed on the ground, Hotta played by Tabe Mikako (Yamada Taro Monogatari, Hinokio) pours water onto it, as she and the deer along with Ogawa Takanobu played by Tamaki Hiroshi (Nodame Cantabile, Water Boys), Fujiwara Michiko played by Ayase Haruka (Hotaru no Hikari, Hero) and Richard played by Kodama Kiyoshi (Dream Again ,Hero) begin the ritual. The deer explains that this ritual has been assigned to them by the princess 1500 years ago. The water takes the form of a glowing sphere and floats up into the air. A shaft of light from the heavens pierces the ground striking the giant catfish. Then Hotta as instructed puts the glowing sphere into the deer’s eye, concluding the ritual. Hotta is entrusted with the mirror which she’ll bring to her kendo hall’s altar. Back at the school Ogawa is cleared of theft when the Head Teacher notices Richard cleaning his pocket watch he’d accused Ogawa of stealing. But it’s too late as the principal has already replaced Ogawa with another teacher. Then Ogawa goes to the deer to have his faced restored as promised.

What a great drama this was, I hope everybody enjoyed it as much as I did and if you haven’t watched it yet, then you really ought to give it a try.

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









































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3 Comments:

Blogger Quy said...

i seen this its pretty good. Quite slow in the beginning building the plot of sorts but then flows nicely past the 4th episode or so. I enjoyed the peaceful settings, the great cast, and the storyline somewhat, definitely a must see.

4/02/2008 04:31:00 PM  
Blogger PLK said...

The writers did a great job developing a tight plot and a new angle to the 'redemption' narrative. Ogawa-sensei was a different man at the end of the story, and I loved that Nara was the setting. Not just unusual, but also crucial to the story. Highly recommended series!

4/02/2008 07:59:00 PM  
Blogger Kevin said...

I'm really glad others liked this as much as I did. I really want to visit Nara someday it looks pretty amazing.

4/03/2008 11:28:00 AM  

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