The Scarlet School Trip

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Episode 927-928
(Int. Episode 982-983)

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Title: The Scarlet School Trip
Japanese title: 紅の修学旅行
(Kurenai no Shūgakuryokō)
Original airdate: January 5, 2019 (Bright Red Arc)*
January 12, 2019 (Red Love Arc)*
Broadcast rating: 9.1% (Bright Red Arc)
9.2% (Crimson Love Arc)
Manga case: #290
Season: 29
Manga source: Volume 94: Files 8-11 (1000-1003) ~ Volume 95: Files 1-2 (1004-1005)
Cast: Conan Edogawa
Kogoro Mouri
Ran Mouri
Shinichi Kudo
Sonoko Suzuki
Masumi Sera
Heiji Hattori
Soshi Okita
Muga Iori
Momiji Ooka
Fumimaro Ayanokoji
Eisuke Aizawa
Ai Haibara
Detective Boys
Hiroshi Agasa
Subaru Okiya
Yaiba Kurogane
Moroha Kurogane
Kazuha Toyama
Yukiko Kudo
Yusaku Kudo
Kaitou Kid
Mai Kuraki
Makoto Kyogoku
Ryusuke Higo
Kazuha's friend
Case solved by: Shinichi Kudo
Masumi Sera
Heiji Hattori
Next Conan's Hint: Bloody ceiling (Bright Red Arc)
Movie poster (Red Love Arc)
Director: Yasuichiro Yamamoto
Organizer: Yasuichiro Yamamoto
Storyboard: Yasuichiro Yamamoto
Episode director: 927: Yasuichiro Yamamoto
928: Yasuichiro Yamamoto, Minoru Tozawa, and Akira Yoshimura
Animation director: Masatomo Sudo (Chief)
Nobuyuki Iwai
Chiemi Hironaka
Kenichi Otomo
Rie Nakajima
Keiko Sasaki
Rei Masunaga
Makoto Ozawa
Ken Araya
Hirona Okada
Ayaka Shimoji
Ayu Imoto
Asuka Tsubuki
Miho Tanaka
Mina Otaka
Nariyuki Takahashi
Hiroyuki Notake
Seiji Muta
Character Design: Masatomo Sudo
Nobuyuki Iwai, Akiko Motoyoshi, Akio Kawamura and Kyoko Yoshimi (sub-character)
Hiroshi Ogawa (Design works)
Opening song: Barairo no Jinsei
Closing song: Kimi to Koi no Mama de Owarenai Itsumo Yume no Mama ja Irarenai
Prev episode: « The Heartfelt Strap
Next episode: A Woman Standing by the Window »
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Detective Conan Episode Novellization
* 1 Hour Special

The Scarlet School Trip (紅の修学旅行 Kurenai no Shūgakuryokō?) is the 927th and the 928th episode of the Detective Conan anime. They are composed of two 45 minutes special episodes and have been co-produced with Gosho Aoyama's supervision. It introduces the first canonical performance of Fumimaro Ayanokoji and his pet chipmunk, and is set in Kyoto, where the animation team went to recreate the most realistically possible all the landmarks, including Kiyomizu Butai. There were also special guests from Yomiuri TV, which were introduced as voice actors.





Shinichi eventually manages to take part to the Kyoto trip with Ran and their friends, thanks to the series of antidotes Haibara gave Conan. Each time Conan takes an antidote, he has to wait 8 hours after the back shrinking before taking another one. Shinichi and Ran secretly hope that Ran will give an answer to Shinichi's love declaration back in London. On the Kiyomizu-Dera, Shinichi meets Keiko, an actress and old friend of his mother, who stays in the same hotel as Shinichi and his class, with some university friends with which she shot a blockbuster revolving around a tengu and other monsters. She asks Shinichi to help her to decipher a mysterious code written and sent by their late friend Michio Dekuri, who committed suicide some time ago. The code was received by Nishiki, the movie's screenwriter, along with red aralia leaves, typical from Kyoto. Shinichi tries to solve it, while enjoying Kyoto with his friends, in particular Masumi, who knows Conan is Shinichi but still keeps it a secret. The group of friends visit Kyoto's temples and their gruesome crimson ceilings, that were at first the temple's floors spilled with the blood of samurais who committed mass suicide/seppuku and left many footprints, it was so astounding that the floors were kept and turned into ceilings.

Bright Red Arc


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Location: GION Hotel
Victim: Taro Nishiki
Age: 38 years old
Cause of death: Stab wound
Suspects: Mineto Mayama, Shinya Ihaya, Keiko Kurachi, and Riki Agata
After Nishiki meets with the others to show the riddle, he dies less than an hour later and is seen stabbed dead on the floor. Around him are scattered sheets of the screenplay, labels and a new riddle. On his forehead have been made two bumps and on the ceiling was a blood pond (in fact red paint painted beforehand except for a few droplets of real blood) and footsteps leading to the exterior of the room as if it was a tengu's doing.
Attempted Murder

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Location: GION Hotel
Victim: Riki Agata
Age: 37 years old
Attack Types: Stabbing
Suspects: Mineto Mayama, Shinya Ihaya, and Keiko Kurachi
Just and hour after Nishiki's murder, Agata is seen screaming in his room which alerts everyone. They gather at the door and get it unlocked by the bellhop before seeing inside Agata on the floor with two bumps on his head and screaming for help at a tengu on the ceiling. He then throws his ashtray at it before it explodes and vanished. The next day, Agata slowly recovered from the injury and there wasn't any new riddle.

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Location: Isogiyama Restaurant front porch
Victim: Shinya Ihaya
Age: 37 years old
Cause of death: Slit wound on the throat
Suspects: Mineto Mayama, Keiko Kurachi, and Riki Agata
After a hord of people disguised as tengus disturb the group (Shinichi, Nakamichi, Ran, Sonoko, Momiji, and Masumi), they fight them before finding out that someone on a website was paying them 100 thousand Yen. As they feared it was the culprit's actions to distract them, they head back to the restaurant and find out it was too late: Ihaya was dead, lying upside-down on the Inuyarai where there were the same footprints as in Nishiki's room.

Crimson Love Arc

Suicide (Past)
Location: Kiyomizu Butai
Victim: Michio Dekuri
Time: 3-4 days ago
Cause of death: Falling
A few days before the murder spree in Kyoto, one of the previous members of the filming team who had wrote the first version of the story (in manga) killed himself by throwing himself from the top of the Kiyomizu dera shrine after he thought he was forgotten by the others (Mayama, Agata, Nishiki, and Ihaya) since they didn't put his name in the credits or so what he thought.


  • Resolution

    Movie 23 Special Video

    A special video was shown at the end of Episode 928 TV broadcast, featuring new scenes of Kaitou Kid and 30s teaser of The Fist of Blue Sapphire.



    • The OS on the laptop Yusaku and Yukiko use is Windows 10.
    • This case was initially planned to be set in Singapore for the manga, but was later changed to Kyoto. The Singapore setting was then recycled for The Fist of Blue Sapphire.
    • The two episodes were aired as a one hour and a half movie on January 10, 2019, at the Tokyo Shiodome cinema, two days before the broadcast of the second part. Every staff member who worked on the two episodes were invited, along with some pre-selected fans who had the opportunity to ask questions to the staff.
    • In Thailand, just like the release of Episode One TV special, the episodes were first released as a movie on January 3, 2021 in selected theaters.
    • The anime staff went to Kyoto to take reference material (photos, videos, etc.) for the two episodes special in the last months preceding the creation of the special.
    • Shinichi and Nakamichi's room is 927, just like the episode that makes the first part of the case.
    • Mai Kuraki's manager seen in the episode isn't the real manager, since the real one is a man named Toshinori Masuda and the president of Being.
    • Gosho Aoyama worked as key animator for episode 928.
    • The taxi taken by Mineto Mayama to Kiyomizu Dera is the same as in Conan Kidnapped (Koba Taxi car 567) but with a different license plate: 東山 500, こ 58-84 (Higashiyama 500, Ko 58-84).
    • Greg Erwin, a real life author-interpret and singer makes a appearance as himself as he impersonates a Los Angeles news announcer with a character design similar to his look. He was born in the United States but lives in Japan and speaks perfect Japanese.
    • Restaurant Danny's Dining reappears at the end of episode 928.
    • Naomoto Awards are named after the famous japanese Naoki literary awards.
    • The monkeys from the timestamp 9:33 of The Scarlet School Trip (Bright Red Arc) is the famous three monkeys that represents see no evil, speak no evil and hear no evil.
    • The name of the characters come from types of Tengu, types of supernatural creatures in the Shinto religion in Japan, said to shed light on heaven and earth[1]:
    • Mineto Mayama (馬山 峰人) comes from Sōjōbō, also called the Tengu of Kuramayama (鞍馬山);
    • Taro Nishiki (西木 太郎) comes from the Atago Tarōbō Tengu (愛宕太郎坊天狗);
    • Shin'ya Ihaya (井隼 森也) comes from Tenguishiyama (天狗石山), the name of two mountains where tengu are said to be dwelling there[2];
    • Keiko Kurachi (鞍知 景子) also comes from the Tengu of Kuramayama (鞍馬山);
    • Riki Agata (阿賀田 力) comes from Karura (迦楼羅), a translitteration of the Indian god Garuda (ガルダ), and also considered a tengu in Japan;
    • Additionally, the characters Mana (真菜) and Kuranosuke (倉之助) in their play together also spell Kurama.
    • The restaurant Pontochō Kyūyama (先斗町 急山) that appears in the case comes from the actual French-style restaurant Pontochō Misoguigawa (先斗町 禊川).[1]

    Manga to anime changes

    • The scene with Mai Kuraki and her manager is only seen in the anime, although the quote about the double couple was proposed by Gosho Aoyama.
    • The part when Ran asks Keiko Kurachi if she has won the Macademy Awards is skipped in the anime.


    In other languages

    Language Title Translation
    Flag of Catalonia Catalan (Catalan dub) L'excursió escarlata. El vermell carmesí / El vermell de l'amor The scarlet trip. The crimson red / Red of love
    Flag of France French (Subbed) Le voyage scolaire écarlate
    (1re partie: Rouge vif / 2e partie: Amour pourpre)
    The scarlet school trip
    (Part 1: Deep red / Part 2: Purple love)
    Flag of South Korea Korean 진홍의 수학여행 Crimson School Trip
    Flag of Thailand Thai ทัศนศึกษามรณะ
    (ภาคสีแดงก่ำ / ภาคความรักสีแดง)
    A dangerous school trip
    (Deep red / Red love)
    Flag of Vietnam Vietnamese Chuyến đi thực địa màu đỏ thẫm (Chương đỏ tươi)
    Chuyến đi thực địa màu đỏ thẫm (Chương tình yêu đỏ thẫm)


    See also

    Episodes of Season 29