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The fact that Azusa's doppelganger was playing her in the previous episode is revealed when Azusa says that she didn't go to the concert hall. However, only Conan and Amuro himself knows that the doppelganger was actually Vermouth in disguise. Conan thinks that since Vermouth bothered to investigate, the Black Organization must really be interested in the cipher left by Koji Hanneda seventeen years ago. Azusa also reveals that she saw a strange duo in front of Mouri Detective Agency talking something about "cleaning rags".
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The strange couple was actually Heiji and Kazuha. They were talking about "rags to riches" which has a similar pronunciation. They came because the mayor of Yadori village had found an important clue and sent Heiji a letter requesting help to unearth Tokugawa's buried treasure. Kogoro is nonchalant to the idea since the treasure will end up belonging to the government anyway. Scared of the dangers of treasure hunting, Ran initially refuses but consents when Kazuha and Heiji suggest that Shinichi might be invited there too.
 
[[File:Nue, Conan and Heiji EP872-874.jpg|290px|thumb|Nue appears in the middle of the fire.]]
 
[[File:Nue, Conan and Heiji EP872-874.jpg|290px|thumb|Nue appears in the middle of the fire.]]
  

Revision as of 16:51, 30 March 2018

Episode 872-874

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Information
Title: Conan and Heiji's Nue Legend
Japanese title: コナンと平次の鵺伝説
(Konan to Heiji no Nue Densetsu)
Original airdate: September 9, 2017 (Squealing)
September 16, 2017 (Claw)
September 23, 2017 (Resolution)
Manga case: #277
Season: 27
Manga source: Volume 90: File 10 (958) ~ Volume 91: File 3 (962)
Case
Cast: Conan Edogawa
Heiji Hattori
Ran Mouri
Kazuha Toyama
Sonoko Suzuki
Rei Furuya
Azusa Enomoto
Kogoro Mouri
Shinichi Kudo
Sango Yokomizo
Gin
Vodka
Misao Yamamura
Makoto Kyogoku
Case solved by: Conan Edogawa
Heiji Hattori
Next Conan's Hint: Buried treasure (Squealing)
Giant monster (Claw)
Plastic bottle (Resolution)
Staff
Director: Yasuichiro Yamamoto
Music
Opening song: Lie, Lie, Lie,
Closing song: Yume Monogatari
Chronology
Prev episode: « The Nobunaga 450 Case
Next episode: The Mysterious Prophetic Buddha »
List of episodes


Characters introduced

Cast

Case

Situation

The fact that Azusa's doppelganger was playing her in the previous episode is revealed when Azusa says that she didn't go to the concert hall. However, only Conan and Amuro himself knows that the doppelganger was actually Vermouth in disguise. Conan thinks that since Vermouth bothered to investigate, the Black Organization must really be interested in the cipher left by Koji Hanneda seventeen years ago. Azusa also reveals that she saw a strange duo in front of Mouri Detective Agency talking something about "cleaning rags".

Roar Chapter

The strange couple was actually Heiji and Kazuha. They were talking about "rags to riches" which has a similar pronunciation. They came because the mayor of Yadori village had found an important clue and sent Heiji a letter requesting help to unearth Tokugawa's buried treasure. Kogoro is nonchalant to the idea since the treasure will end up belonging to the government anyway. Scared of the dangers of treasure hunting, Ran initially refuses but consents when Kazuha and Heiji suggest that Shinichi might be invited there too.

Nue appears in the middle of the fire.
Accident (Past)

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Location: Yadori Village's Cave
Victim: Charles Abel
Age: Unknown
Cause of death: Cave-In Accident
Murder

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Location: Yadori Village's Lakeside
Victim: Yasukatsu Someji
Age: 55 Years old
Cause of death: Slash Wound in the Back
Suspects: Densuke Takekuma, Michiki Tanzawa, Fumie Masuko and Hajime Tsurumi

Claw

Murder

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Location: Yadori Village's Villa
Victim: Michiki Tanzawa
Age: 62 Years old
Cause of death: Poison
Suspects: Densuke Takekuma, Fumie Masuko and Hajime Tsurumi

Resolution

People

  • Resolution

    Gallery

    References


    See also

    Episodes of Season 27
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