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Tsumihoroboshi-hen
罪滅し編
TsumihoroboshiGame
Information
Orignal VN Release Date August 14, 2005
Translated VN Release Date(s) April 15, 2010 (Europe)
Anime Air Date(s) August 29-September 26, 2006
Manga Release Date(s) Japanese
  • December 22, 2006
  • June 22, 2007
  • December 22, 2007
  • June 21, 2008
    English
  • October 2011
  • December 2011
  • February 2012
  • April 2012
  • Light Novel Release Date(s)
  • July 2008
  • August 2008
  • Live Action Release Date April 18, 2009
    Platform
  • PC
  • PlayStation 2
  • Nintendo DS
  • PS Vita
  • PlayStation 3
  • Previous Arc Meakashi-hen
    Following Arc Minagoroshi-hen


    Tsumihoroboshi-hen (罪滅し編, Atonement Chapter), is the answer arc for Onikakushi-hen in Higurashi no Naku Koro ni, released on August 14, 2005 as the second game in the Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kai series. This arc is preceded by Meakashi-hen and followed by Minagoroshi-hen (In the anime it is followed by Yakusamashi-hen.)

    PlotEdit

    The story is completely different from that of its question arc. Instead of Maebara Keiichi becoming a victim of the Hinamizawa Syndrome, Tsumihoroboshi-hen is told mostly from the perspectives of Keiichi and Ryūgū Rena as she succumbs to it, as well as additional symptoms that did not happen to Keiichi in Onikakushi-hen.

    Anime EpisodesEdit

    Chapter One: HappinessEdit

    Chapter Two: A Home to Return toEdit

    Chapter Three: File No. 34Edit

    Chapter Four: Invasion of EarthEdit

    Chapter Five: RetakeEdit

    Disappearances and DeathsEdit

    All deaths and disappearances are listed only as they are told inTsumihoroboshi-hen. Spoilers are only for the individual arc, not the overall series

    DisappearancesEdit

    DeathsEdit

    • Mamiya Rina, received several severe beatings from a lead pipe wielded by Rena. She tried to escape from Rena by climbing up a mountain of junk, but fell and broke her neck. In the anime and manga adaptations, she was simply beaten to death.
    • Hōjō Teppei, murdered by Rena when she buried a large axe into his forehead at the trash heap. In the anime adaptation, Rena murdered him with her hatchet.
    • Tomitake Jirō, killed himself on the night of the Watanagashi Festival June 19, 1983, by clawing his throat out.
    • Takano Miyo, hanged on the night on the Watanagashi Festival June 19, 1983 in the mountains of the Gifu Prefecture. Her corpse was burned in an oil drum.
    • Irie Kyōsuke, mysteriously committed suicide right before GHD.
    • Furude Rika, brutally murdered in front of the shrine on June 25, 1983.
    • Everyone in Hinamizawa, apparently wiped out on June 26, 1983 due to gas poisoning (sans Rena, who was in police custody).
    • Some people who used to live in Hinamizawa, started showing erratic behavior right after GHD. Some died mysteriously, while others committed suicide in strange ways.

    Live ActionEdit

    The 2009 movie Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Chikai (Shrill Cries of Summer Reshuffle) is based off Tsumihoroboshi-hen. See the trailer at www.higurashi-movie.com.

    Question ArcEdit

    See Onikakushi-hen.

    At the first time, I do my best to try again
    against the inevitable tragedy.





    In the second time, I become disgusted
    towards the inevitable tragedy.





    The third time, disgust is overwhelmed into painfulness.
    But by the seventh time, this all becomes a farce comedy.

    Frederica Bernkastel


    Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kai
    Meakashi-hen | Tsumihoroboshi-hen | Minagoroshi-hen | Matsuribayashi-hen

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