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Revision as of 23:10, 25 December 2018

Episode 859

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Information
Title: The Dark Mountain Route
Japanese title: 暗闇の山岳ルート
(Kurayami no Sangaku Rūto)
Original airdate: May 13, 2017
Broadcast rating: 7.6%
Filler case: #278
Season: 27
Manga source: TV Original
Case
Cast: Conan Edogawa
Hiroshi Agasa
Ai Haibara
Detective Boys
Juzo Megure
Wataru Takagi
Case solved by: Hiroshi Agasa (via Conan)
Next Conan's Hint: Research Balloon
Staff
Director: Yasuichiro Yamamoto
Screenplay: Koushirou Mikami
Storyboard: Yasuyuki Honda
Episode director: Youko Fukushima, Makiko Hayase(assistant)
Animation director: Yui Ushinohama, Miho Tanaka (assistant), Chie Morishita (assistant), Yumiko Ishii (assistant), Hiroaki Takagi (assistant)
Music
Opening song: Ikusen no Meikyuu de Ikusen no Nazo wo Toite
Closing song: YESTERDAY LOVE
Chronology
Prev episode: « The Shifting Mystery of Beika City
Next episode: The Security System's Pitfall »
List of episodes


The Dark Mountain Route (暗闇の山岳ルート Kurayami no Sangaku Rūto?) is the 859th episodes of the Detective Conan anime.

Cast

Gadgets

Case

Situation

Accident (Past)

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Location: Mountain
Victim: Motoki
Time: 3 years ago (Night)
Cause of death: Falling
Suspects: Takemi Yamakura, Eiko Ikeguchi, Taro Hayashida, and Tokunori Ashizuka
Murder

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Location: Mountain
Victim: Takemi Yamakura
Age: 26 years old
Time: 3:00-5:05 A.M
Cause of death: Stab wound
Suspects: Eiko Ikeguchi, Taro Hayashida, and Tokunori Ashizuka

People

  • Resolution

    Trivia

    Weather Balloons
    • Taro Hayashida uses research balloons, balloons that are used for scientific purposes. Usually unmanned, theses balloons are filled with gases lighter than air so they can go high in the sky. Most of them are used in meteorology, atmospheric research, astronomy, and military research and only a few balloons like these are launched per year by particulars.

    Gallery

    In other languages

    Language Title Translation
    Flag of Vietnam Vietnamese Con đường núi tăm tối

    See also

    Episodes of Season 27
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