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| solved-by          = [[Hiroshi Agasa]] (via [[Conan Edogawa|Conan]])
 
| solved-by          = [[Hiroshi Agasa]] (via [[Conan Edogawa|Conan]])
 
| next-conan-hint    = A trace of tire slip
 
| next-conan-hint    = A trace of tire slip
| voice-cast          = [[Minami Takayama]] as [[Conan Edogawa]] <br> [[Kenichi Ogata]] as [[Hiroshi Agasa]] <br> [[Yukiko Iwai]] as [[Ayumi Yoshida]] <br> [[Ikue Otani]] as [[Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya]] <br> [[Wataru Takagi (voice actor)|Wataru Takagi]] as [[Genta Kojima]], Next Conan's Hint <br> [[Yutaka Nakano]] as Detective <br> [[Junichi Sugawara]] as Policeman A <br> [[Isshin Chiba]] as Policeman B <br> [[Takayuki Inoue]] as Forensics officer A <br> [[Takashi Nagasako]] as Forensics officer B <br> [[Hiroyuki Yokoo]] as Forensics officer C <br> [[Toshitaka Shimizu]] as Forensics officer D <br> [[Kenji Hamada]] as Forensics officer E <br> [[Kiyoyuki Yanada]] as Man
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| voice-cast          = [[Minami Takayama]] as [[Conan Edogawa]] <br> [[Kenichi Ogata]] as [[Hiroshi Agasa]] <br> [[Yukiko Iwai]] as [[Ayumi Yoshida]] <br> [[Ikue Otani]] as [[Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya]] <br> [[Wataru Takagi (voice actor)|Wataru Takagi]] as [[Genta Kojima]], Next Conan's Hint <br> [[Yutaka Nakano]] as [[Unnamed law enforcers|Detective]] <br> [[Junichi Sugawara]] as Policeman A <br> [[Isshin Chiba]] as Policeman B <br> [[Takayuki Inoue]] as Forensics officer A <br> [[Takashi Nagasako]] as Forensics officer B <br> [[Hiroyuki Yokoo]] as Forensics officer C <br> [[Toshitaka Shimizu]] as Forensics officer D <br> [[Kenji Hamada]] as Forensics officer E <br> [[Kiyoyuki Yanada]] as Man
| director            = [[Yasuichiro Yamamoto]] <br> [[Kenji Kodama]]
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| director            = [[Yasuichiro Yamamoto]] <br> [[Kenji Kodama]] (chief)
 
| screenplay          = [[Satoshi Kitagawa]]
 
| screenplay          = [[Satoshi Kitagawa]]
 
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| producer            = [[Eiichi Kuboyama]]
 
| producer            = [[Eiichi Kuboyama]]
 
| animation-director  = [[Izumi Shimura]]
 
| animation-director  = [[Izumi Shimura]]
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| character-design    = [[Junko Yamanaka]] and [[Hiroto Yokote]] (design works)
 
| opening-song        = Koi wa Thrill, Shock, Suspense
 
| opening-song        = Koi wa Thrill, Shock, Suspense
 
| closing-song        = Natsu no Maboroshi
 
| closing-song        = Natsu no Maboroshi
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* The victim's car is a silver Mercedes-Benz CL500 coupé [C140].
 
* The victim's car is a silver Mercedes-Benz CL500 coupé [C140].
 
* The five illegaly bought vehicles in the hideout are a purple BMW 750iL [E38], a silvery blue Mercedes-Benz E-Klasse [W210], a black Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit, a red Jaguar XJ [X300] (no license) and a Rosso Corsa 1995 Ferrari F50 (no license).
 
* The five illegaly bought vehicles in the hideout are a purple BMW 750iL [E38], a silvery blue Mercedes-Benz E-Klasse [W210], a black Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit, a red Jaguar XJ [X300] (no license) and a Rosso Corsa 1995 Ferrari F50 (no license).
* The 99 turns Road is probably modeled after the Tongtian Road to Tianmen Mountain in China and the the Irohazaka Winding Road, in Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture.
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* The 99 turns Road is probably modeled after the Tongtian Road to Tianmen Mountain in China and the Irohazaka Winding Road in Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture.
  
 
== BGM listing ==
 
== BGM listing ==

Latest revision as of 12:50, 15 June 2021

Episode 209

TV Episode 209.jpg

Information
Title: The Falling from Mt. Ryujin Case
Japanese title: 龍神山転落事件
(Ryūjin'yama Tenraku Jiken)
Original airdate: October 16, 2000
Broadcast rating: 18,90%
Filler case: #77
Season: 8
Manga source: TV Original
Case
Cast: Conan Edogawa
Hiroshi Agasa
Detective Boys
Case solved by: Hiroshi Agasa (via Conan)
Next Conan's Hint: A trace of tire slip
Staff
Director: Yasuichiro Yamamoto
Kenji Kodama (chief)
Screenplay: Satoshi Kitagawa
Storyboard: Yasuichiro Yamamoto
Episode director: Eiichi Kuboyama
Animation director: Izumi Shimura
Character Design: Junko Yamanaka and Hiroto Yokote (design works)
Music
Opening song: Koi wa Thrill, Shock, Suspense
Closing song: Natsu no Maboroshi
Chronology
Prev episode: « The Entrance to the Maze: The Anger of the Colossus
Next episode: The Water Palace of Five Colors Legend »
List of episodes

The Falling from Mt. Ryujin Case (龍神山転落事件 Ryūjin'yama Tenraku Jiken?) is the 209th episode of Detective Conan anime.

Cast[edit]

Gadgets[edit]

Case[edit]

Situation[edit]

The Detective Boys, excluding Haibara, are traveling through a winding path call Tsuzuraori Pass on Mt. Ryujin in the Nishitama District. Ayumi is amazed by the scenery and Professor Agasa tells her that they are barely halfway to the top of mountain.

Agasa then tells Conan and the others about the Tsuzuraori Pass being famous and that it has 99 turns, causing Genta to feel sick after hearing about it. Later that day, they witness a car falling off the mountain. Conan rushes to the scene while asking Agasa to call the police and an ambulance. He starts investigating.

Accident?

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Location: Road
Victim: Sana
Cause of death: Car crash
Suspects: Man wearing sunglasses
While the Detective Boys and Agasa watched the scenery, a silver car plunged over the side of the mountain.

While the police is questioning Agasa, Conan investigates and notices dents at the back of the trunk. A police officer asks Agasa if he saw any suspicious people or vehicles, to which he replies no.

Conan asks the police officer if he can go and see what the other investigators are doing, but he replies that it's not something that children should see. Still, Conan manages to enter the crime scene, and notices the tire tracks. The forensics estimated the tire tracks to be 16.33 meters long and discovered a dark blue paint chip, concluding that another car had rammed into it.

Conan concludes that it wasn't an accident, but a murder, and searches for clues. Mitsuhiko finds a code from the car wreckage, but hides it from Conan because he always wants to solve the case by himself. After sharing the code with the other Detective Boys, they conclude that the code could be a treasure map.

People[edit]

  • Resolution[edit]

    Trivia[edit]

    • The culprit's car is a dark blue Toyota Land Cruiser [J80].
    • The victim's car is a silver Mercedes-Benz CL500 coupé [C140].
    • The five illegaly bought vehicles in the hideout are a purple BMW 750iL [E38], a silvery blue Mercedes-Benz E-Klasse [W210], a black Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit, a red Jaguar XJ [X300] (no license) and a Rosso Corsa 1995 Ferrari F50 (no license).
    • The 99 turns Road is probably modeled after the Tongtian Road to Tianmen Mountain in China and the Irohazaka Winding Road in Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture.

    BGM listing[edit]

    # Song Title Romaji Translation OST
    1 恋はスリル、ショック、サスペンス Koi wa Suriru, Shokku, Sasupensu Love is Thrill, Shock, Suspense Koi wa Thrill, Shock, Suspense
    2 のんびり気分 Nonbiri Kibun Carefree Feeling Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 1
    3 ターゲット サスペンスB Tāgetto Sasupensu B Target Suspense B Detective Conan "The Fourteenth Target" Original Soundtrack
    4 悪のテーマ (パート2) Aku no Tēma (Pāto 2) Theme of Evil (Part 2) Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 2
    5 事件現場 (オリジナルver.) Jiken Genba (Orijinaru ver.) Scene of the Case (Original ver.) Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 2
    6 事件解明 (オリジナルver.) Jiken Kaimei (Orijinaru ver.) Case Clarification (Original ver.) Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 2
    7 小さな巨人 Chiisana Kyojin A Small Great Person Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 1
    8 阿笠博士のテーマ Agasa Hakase no Tēma Professor Agasa's Theme Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 1
    9 はずむ蘭 Hazumu Ran Bouncing Ran Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 1
    10 悪のテーマ (パート1) Aku no Tēma (Pāto 1) Theme of Evil (Part 1) Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 2
    11 ターゲット サスペンスD Tāgetto Sasupensu D Target Suspense D Detective Conan "The Fourteenth Target" Original Soundtrack
    12 サスペンス~危機感 Sasupensu ~ Kikikan Suspense ~ Impending Crisis Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 3
    13 犯人からの電話 Hannin Kara no Denwa Phone Call From the Culprit Detective Conan "The Time-Bombed Skyscraper" Original Soundtrack
    14 緊迫 Kinpaku Tension Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 2
    15 事件現場 (謎ver.) Jiken Genba (Nazo ver.) Scene of the Case (Mystery ver.) Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 2
    16 陰謀 (摩天楼ヴァージョン) Inbō (Mantenrō Vājon) Conspiracy (Skyscraper Version) Detective Conan "The Time-Bombed Skyscraper" Original Soundtrack
    17 対決のテーマ Taiketsu no Tēma Showdown Theme Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 1
    18 夏の幻 Natsu no Maboroshi Summer's Illusion Natsu no Maboroshi
    19 蘭のテーマ Ran no Tēma Ran's Theme Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 1

    Gallery[edit]

    In other languages[edit]

    Language Title Translation
    Flag of Catalonia Catalan (Catalan dub) La gran caiguda des de la muntanya Ryujin The huge falling from the Ryujin mountain
    Flag of Valencia Catalan (Valencian dub) Accident al mont Ryujin Accident at Mount Ryujin
    Flag of France French Chute libre en pleine montagne Free Fall in the Mountains
    Flag of Galicia Galician A caída desde o monte Ryujin The falling from Mount Ryujin
    Flag of Germany German 99 Serpentinen 99 Hairpin Turns
    Flag of Italy Italian L'incidente The Accident
    Flag of Spain Spanish (Castilian dub) Gran caída por el monte Ryujin Huge falling thought Mount Ryujin
    Flag of Chile Spanish (American dub) El caso de la caída desde el monte Ryujin The falling from Mount Ryujin case
    Flag of Thailand Thai คดีรถตกเขาที่ภูเขาริวจิน The falling car case at Mt. Ryushin
    Flag of Vietnam Vietnamese Tai nạn ở núi Ryujin The Accident at Mt. Ryujin

    See also[edit]

    Episodes of Season 8
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