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| producer            = 857: [[Takanori Yano]], <br> 858: [[Minoru Tozawa]]
 
| producer            = 857: [[Takanori Yano]], <br> 858: [[Minoru Tozawa]]
 
| animation-director  = 857: [[Akio Kawamura]], <br> 858: [[Keiko Sasaki]]
 
| animation-director  = 857: [[Akio Kawamura]], <br> 858: [[Keiko Sasaki]]
| voice-cast          = [[Minami Takayama]] as [[Conan Edogawa]] <br> [[Rikiya Koyama]] as [[Kogoro Mouri]] <br> [[Chafurin]] as [[Juzo Megure]] <br> [[Wataru Takagi (voice actor)|Wataru Takagi]] as [[Wataru Takagi]] <br> [[Isshin Chiba]] as [[Kazunobu Chiba]] <br> [[Takahiro Yoshino]] as Tatsuya Amagi <br> [[Jin Horikawa]] as Hikoichi Bando <br> [[Tatsuhisa Suzuki]] as Yosuke Chino <br> [[Umeka Shoji]] as Hiro Ezaki <br> [[Reiko Suzuki]] as Toyoko Kamemitsu <br> [[Rina Kitagawa]] as Koyuki Gamo <br> [[Ryuu Yamaguchi]] as Tameo Fukuda <br> [[Kotaro Shinohara]] as Zetto Ichimura <br> [[Yumiko Konatsu]] as Eiko Hayama
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| voice-cast          = [[Minami Takayama]] as [[Conan Edogawa]] <br> [[Rikiya Koyama]] as [[Kogoro Mouri]] <br> [[Chafurin]] as [[Juzo Megure]] <br> [[Wataru Takagi (voice actor)|Wataru Takagi]] as [[Wataru Takagi]] <br> [[Isshin Chiba]] as [[Kazunobu Chiba]] <br> [[Takahiro Yoshino]] as [[Tatsuya Amagi]] <br> [[Jin Horikawa]] as [[Hikoichi Bando]] <br> [[Tatsuhisa Suzuki]] as [[Yosuke Chino]] <br> [[Umeka Shoji]] as [[Hiro Ezaki]] <br> [[Reiko Suzuki]] as [[Toyoko Kanemitsu]] <br> [[Rina Kitagawa]] as [[Koyuki Gamo]] <br> [[Ryuu Yamaguchi]] as [[Tameo Fukuda]] <br> [[Kotaro Shinohara]] as [[Zetto Ichimura]] <br> [[Yumiko Konatsu]] as [[Eiko Hayama]]
 
| opening-song        = Ikusen no Meikyuu de Ikusen no Nazo wo Toite
 
| opening-song        = Ikusen no Meikyuu de Ikusen no Nazo wo Toite
 
| closing-song        = YESTERDAY LOVE
 
| closing-song        = YESTERDAY LOVE
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| cause-death = Stab wounds in torso
 
| cause-death = Stab wounds in torso
 
| location = Near the condominium
 
| location = Near the condominium
| suspects = Tameo Fukuda, Toyoko Kamemitsu, Hiro Ezaki, Hikoichi Bando, Yosuke Chino, Koyuki Gamo, and all of the people in his neighborhood
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| suspects = Tameo Fukuda, Toyoko Kanemitsu, Hiro Ezaki, Hikoichi Bando, Yosuke Chino, Koyuki Gamo, and all of the people in his neighborhood
 
| description = Amagi's murder was obviously motivated by hatred, and the most complicating factor is that he was practically despised by everyone in the neighborhood due to his crude, violent manner and perpetuated acts of disorderly conduct, such as revving up his motorbike on the street in the dead of night.
 
| description = Amagi's murder was obviously motivated by hatred, and the most complicating factor is that he was practically despised by everyone in the neighborhood due to his crude, violent manner and perpetuated acts of disorderly conduct, such as revving up his motorbike on the street in the dead of night.
 
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=== People ===
 
=== People ===
 
{{BeginBox}}
 
{{BeginBox}}
{{people|Tatsuya Amagi|Tatsuya Amagi.jpg|
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{{people|[[Tatsuya Amagi]]|Tatsuya Amagi.jpg|
 
* Victim (stabbed)
 
* Victim (stabbed)
 
* 24 years old
 
* 24 years old
 
* Nuisance guy}}
 
* Nuisance guy}}
{{people|Tameo Fukuda|Tameo Fukuda.jpg|
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{{people|[[Tameo Fukuda]]|Tameo Fukuda.jpg|
 
* 33 years old
 
* 33 years old
 
* Office worker}}
 
* Office worker}}
{{people|Hikoichi Bando|Hikoichi Bando.jpg|
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{{people|[[Hikoichi Bando]]|Hikoichi Bando.jpg|
 
* Victim (poison)
 
* Victim (poison)
 
* 35 years old
 
* 35 years old
 
* Neighborhood association president}}
 
* Neighborhood association president}}
{{people|Hiro Ezaki|Hiro Ezaki.jpg|
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{{people|[[Hiro Ezaki]]|Hiro Ezaki.jpg|
 
* 20 years old
 
* 20 years old
 
* College student}}
 
* College student}}
{{people|Toyoko Kamemitsu|Toyoko Kamemitsu.jpg|
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{{people|[[Toyoko Kanemitsu]]|Toyoko Kamemitsu.jpg|
 
* 68 years old
 
* 68 years old
 
* Cafe manager}}
 
* Cafe manager}}
{{people|Koyuki Gamo|Koyuki Gamo.jpg|
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{{people|[[Koyuki Gamo]]|Koyuki Gamo.jpg|
 
* 23 years old
 
* 23 years old
 
* Waitress}}
 
* Waitress}}
{{people|Yosuke Chino|Yosuke Chino.jpg|
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{{people|[[Yosuke Chino]]|Yosuke Chino.jpg|
 
* 35 years old
 
* 35 years old
 
* College professor}}
 
* College professor}}
{{people|Eiko Hayama|Eiko Hayama.jpg|
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{{people|[[Eiko Hayama]]|Eiko Hayama.jpg|
 
* 55 years old
 
* 55 years old
 
* Hikoichi's housekeeper}}
 
* Hikoichi's housekeeper}}
{{people|Zetto Ichimura|Zetto Ichimura.jpg|
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{{people|[[Zetto Ichimura]]|Zetto Ichimura.jpg|
 
* 32 years old
 
* 32 years old
 
* Editor}}
 
* Editor}}
 
{{people|Man|Man 1.jpg|
 
{{people|Man|Man 1.jpg|
 
* Hiro Ezaki's lover}}
 
* Hiro Ezaki's lover}}
{{people|Dorosue Yamiyo|No face.jpg|
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{{people|[[Dorosue Yamiyo]]|No face.jpg|
 
* "The Melting Weapon" book author}}
 
* "The Melting Weapon" book author}}
 
{{EndBox}}
 
{{EndBox}}
  
 
=== Resolution ===
 
=== Resolution ===
<spoiler>Amagi and Bando were murdered by '''Toyoko Kamemitsu''', but under a more indirect motive. Kamemitsu, a passionate mystery fan, had written a book titled ''The Melting Weapon'' and submitted it under the pen name "Yamiyo Dorosue" to the publishing company where Chino worked as a reviewer and censor. However, Chino judged the script as being too awful for publishing, and he openly voiced his derision of the author's writing skills and her pen name while visiting Kamemitsu's café, without knowing that he was addressing the very subject of his criticism. Thereupon Kamemitsu decided to take revenge on Chino by framing him for the murders of Tatsuya Amagi, since he was already hated by most of his neighbors, and Hikoichi Bando because he had been too negligent in challenging Amagi for his disorderly conduct.
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<spoiler>Amagi and Bando were murdered by '''Toyoko Kanemitsu''', but under a more indirect motive. Kanemitsu, a passionate mystery fan, had written a book titled ''The Melting Weapon'' and submitted it under the pen name "Yamiyo Dorosue" to the publishing company where Chino worked as a reviewer and censor. However, Chino judged the script as being too awful for publishing, and he openly voiced his derision of the author's writing skills and her pen name while visiting Kanemitsu's café, without knowing that he was addressing the very subject of his criticism. Thereupon Kanemitsu decided to take revenge on Chino by framing him for the murders of Tatsuya Amagi, since he was already hated by most of his neighbors, and Hikoichi Bando because he had been too negligent in challenging Amagi for his disorderly conduct.
  
Conan's clue for discovering Kamemitsu's guilt were the mystery books she had brought to her café and removed after the murders; all of them featured short stories she had already successfully published, and Agatha Christie's ''The ABC Murders'', on which the case was incidentally patterned based on the victims' last names and Kamemitsu's pen name. Kamemitsu, admitting her guilt, subtly left those clues so that only a true mystery fan, who would be Conan, would be able to expose her as the culprit.
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Conan's clue for discovering Kanemitsu's guilt were the mystery books she had brought to her café and removed after the murders; all of them featured short stories she had already successfully published, and Agatha Christie's ''The ABC Murders'', on which the case was incidentally patterned based on the victims' last names and Kanemitsu's pen name. Kanemitsu, admitting her guilt, subtly left those clues so that only a true mystery fan, who would be Conan, would be able to expose her as the culprit.
  
In the episode's post-credit scene, a short review of ''The Melting Weapon'' is provided, demonstrating that Chino's assessment actually had a solid basis in fact. Kamemitsu had proposed a highly unrealistic murder method using a poisoned-covered slug as a weapon. While the victim was asleep, the murderer would release the slug into his bedroom. When the slug ended up on the victim's face, the poison would seep through the skin into his bloodstream, killing him, and the salty sweat exuded by the victim's death throes would melt the slug away, leaving no murder weapon.</spoiler>
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In the episode's post-credit scene, a short review of ''The Melting Weapon'' is provided, demonstrating that Chino's assessment actually had a solid basis in fact. Kanemitsu had proposed a highly unrealistic murder method using a poisoned-covered slug as a weapon. While the victim was asleep, the murderer would release the slug into his bedroom. When the slug ended up on the victim's face, the poison would seep through the skin into his bloodstream, killing him, and the salty sweat exuded by the victim's death throes would melt the slug away, leaving no murder weapon.</spoiler>
  
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
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* The Haido University appeared in a painting from [[The Man Who Died Twice#Trivia|The Man Who Died Twice]].
 
* The Haido University appeared in a painting from [[The Man Who Died Twice#Trivia|The Man Who Died Twice]].
 
* The name "Dorosue" is probably a reference to mystery author Dorothy L. Sayers.
 
* The name "Dorosue" is probably a reference to mystery author Dorothy L. Sayers.
* The name of Kamemitsu's cafe is "Brown," which is probably a reference to G.K. Chesterton's detective priest, Father Brown.
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* The name of Kanemitsu's cafe is "Brown," which is probably a reference to G.K. Chesterton's detective priest, Father Brown.
* The motorbike is an Honda CB 400 Super Four.
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* The motorbike is a Honda CB 400 Super Four.
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<spoiler>
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* The names of the characters follow the same pattern as in the [[Wikipedia:ABC Murders|ABC Murders]], where the characters' last names are following an alphabetical order, except for the culprit's name (Toyoko Kanemitsu) :
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:* '''A''' : Tatsuya '''A'''magi
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:* '''B''' : Hikoichi '''B'''ando
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:* '''C''' : Yosuke '''C'''hino
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:* '''D''' : '''D'''orosue Yamiyo (the name is written in the Japanese order, henceforth, Dorosue is the last name)
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:* '''E''' : Hiro '''E'''zaki
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:* '''F''' : Tameo '''F'''ukuda
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:* '''G''' : Koyuki '''G'''amo
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:* '''H''' : Eiko '''H'''ayama
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:* '''I''' : Zetto '''I'''chimura
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</spoiler>
  
 
== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==

Revision as of 03:04, 7 August 2020

Episode 857-858

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Information
Title: The Shifting Mystery of Beika City
Japanese title: 米花町二転三転ミステリー
(Beikachō Nitensanten Misuterī)
Original airdate: April 29, 2017 (Part 1)
May 6, 2017 (Part 2)
Broadcast rating: 6.1%
6.6%
Filler case: #277
Season: 27
Manga source: TV Original
Case
Cast: Conan Edogawa
Kogoro Mouri
Juzo Megure
Wataru Takagi
Kazunobu Chiba
Case solved by: Conan Edogawa
Next Conan's Hint: The ABC Murders (Part 1)
Mystery magazines (Part 2)
Staff
Director: Yasuichiro Yamamoto
Screenplay: Nobuo Ogizawa
Storyboard: Masaharu Okuwaki and Nobuharu Kamanaka
Episode director: 857: Takanori Yano,
858: Minoru Tozawa
Animation director: 857: Akio Kawamura,
858: Keiko Sasaki
Music
Opening song: Ikusen no Meikyuu de Ikusen no Nazo wo Toite
Closing song: YESTERDAY LOVE
Chronology
Prev episode: « The Secret of the Celebrity Couple
Next episode: The Dark Mountain Route »
List of episodes

The Shifting Mystery of Beika City (米花町二転三転ミステリー Beikachō Nitensanten Misuterī?) is the 857th and 858th episodes of the Detective Conan anime.

Cast

Case

Situation

Part 1

Murder

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Location: Near the condominium
Victim: Tatsuya Amagi
Age: 24 years old
Time: 9:00 p.m
Cause of death: Stab wounds in torso
Suspects: Tameo Fukuda, Toyoko Kanemitsu, Hiro Ezaki, Hikoichi Bando, Yosuke Chino, Koyuki Gamo, and all of the people in his neighborhood
Amagi's murder was obviously motivated by hatred, and the most complicating factor is that he was practically despised by everyone in the neighborhood due to his crude, violent manner and perpetuated acts of disorderly conduct, such as revving up his motorbike on the street in the dead of night.
Murder

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Location: Bando's house
Victim: Hikoichi Bando
Age: 35 years old
Time: 9:00 p.m
Cause of death: Poison (pesticide)
Suspect: Yosuke Chino
According to the police, they found Bando's card near the body, so they went to his house, and found him dead. And the reason why Chino became a suspect because his lighter were found under the sofa. A college student named Hiro Ezaki was pestering him, saying "It's a good thing that Bando killed Amagi, that's what he deserved."

Part 2

People

  • Resolution

    Trivia

    Episode 834
    • The Haido University appeared in a painting from The Man Who Died Twice.
    • The name "Dorosue" is probably a reference to mystery author Dorothy L. Sayers.
    • The name of Kanemitsu's cafe is "Brown," which is probably a reference to G.K. Chesterton's detective priest, Father Brown.
    • The motorbike is a Honda CB 400 Super Four.

    Gallery

    In other languages

    Language Title Translation
    Flag of Vietnam Vietnamese Bí ẩn đảo ngược nhiều lần ở phố Beika
    Flag of Thailand Thai คดีปริศนาที่ไม่แน่นอนของเมืองเบกะ

    See also

    Episodes of Season 27
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