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Minami leads Sakurako and the others to a wooden lodge where Hitoe is believed to be hiding. There, they find not only Hitoe, who is still alive following a failed suicide attempt, but also the bones of Hitoe and Minami's friend, Futaba Nishizawa, who Minami reveals was buried there after she allegedly hung herself. Uncovering Futaba's skull, Sakurako reveals that Futaba didn't hang herself, but was in fact strangled to death by Hitoe, who felt she was going to be killed by her. As Sakurako discovers the sphenoid bone removed from the skull, deducing it to be the work of Hanabusa, Minami, angered by her words, attempts to stab Sakurako, but Shoutarou steps in to take the hit for her. Although Shoutarou makes it out okay, Sakurako, deducing that Hanabusa is the man behind many of their recent incidents, tells him to break off all contact with her so as to not get into further danger.
The episode was rated from 31 votes.
Having been told by Sakurako that he mustn't stay by her side anymore, Shoutarou reminisces about their first case, back when they'd initially met.
The episode was rated from 31 votes.
The year's final bone gathering expedition is cut short when Isozaki informs Sakurako and Shoutarou that one of his former students, Hitoe, has gone missing. In the past, Hitoe's friend, Futaba, had similarly gone missing on Isozaki's watch as their homeroom teacher...
The episode was rated from 30 votes.
Shoutarou finds a little girl at a convenience store in the dead of night. Other than her nickname, Ii-chan, no one can figure out her real name and address. Finding a bloody handprint on her backpack, Shoutarou asks Sakurako for help. But their inquiries only lead them to a shocking realization... ▽ Anata no ouchi wa doko desuka [Japan: original Romaji title] ▽ Where Do You Live? [Int'l: renamed English title] ▽ Where is Your House? [Japan: literal English translation]
The episode was rated from 40 votes.
Sakurako and Shoutarou are asked by Utsumi to help his friend Takeshi Fujioka, who believes himself to be cursed, as all the men in his family live short lives, and also possesses a supposedly cursed dog, whose owners had all died. As the three meet up with Takeshi and his family, including his pet dog Hector, Fujioka remains insistent that what happened to his predecessors will happen to him as well. While Takeshi goes out to meet with a mysterious person, his wife Miyuki tells the others about a cursed painting he also inherited. After looking over Takeshi's family history herself, Sakurako deduces that his curse has something to do with the supposed cursed painting.
The episode was rated from 34 votes.
Tatewaki Shoutarou is an average high school student in Asahikawa City, Hokkaido Prefecture. However, hh has an unusual acquaintance by the name of Kujou Sakurako, who loves bones more than life itself. One day, on a bone gathering expedition along the shores of Mashike, they find a human skull... ▽ Hone mezuru himegimi [Japan: original Romaji title] ▽ The Princess Who Loves Bones [Japan: literal English translation]The episode was rated from 46 votes.
Before her death, Shotaro's grandmother would often ask him to bring her pudding. One rainy day, they find out why.The episode was rated from 32 votes.
While on a bone-hunting expedition in the mountains, Sakurako and Shoutarou again find the skeletal remains of a human being. Later, Shoutarou finds out that the body belonged to Kougami's grandmother, whose death the police have written off as a suicide. In disbelief, Kougami asks Sakurako for help… ▽ Natsu ni nemuru hone [Japan: original Romaji title] ▽ The Bones Sleeping in Summer [Japan: literal English translation] ▽ The Bones that Slumber in Summer [Int'l: renamed English title]The episode was rated from 38 votes.
Sakurako discovers the painting Takeshi had kept in his study was painted with a pigment containing arsenic which, when combined with the mold that had grown from being kept in storage, had been releasing a deadly gas. She further deduces that the death of the other men in Takeshi's family was due to stress causing an abnormality in their coronary arteries. Just as the others seem to breathe a sigh of relief, Sakurako senses something is amiss about why Takeshi chose now to contact Utsumi. Finding Takeshi outside with his leg cut by an axe, Sakurako deduces that he had tried to commit suicide in a way that would look like an accident in order to escape his debt, though Miyuki yells at him that money is less important than family. With the ambulance delayed by an illegally parked vehicle, Utsumi carries Takeshi the rest of the way, allowing him to make it safely. Afterwards, as Sakurako takes Hector in with her, she becomes curious about the mysterious person who appraised Takeshi's painting.The episode was rated from 35 votes.
Sakurako comes to Shoutarou's school for their culture festival, with Shoutarou's class running a maid café. After voicing some complaints about the animal skeletons set up in the lab, Sakurako is asked by Isozaki to sort through some bones in the science prep room. While doing so, Sakurako explains how she made her first specimen from her dead cat, her indifference to which doesn't settle well with Shoutarou. They soon come across a chest containing cremated human bones, belonging to a girl named Natsuko Sono who was close to the old science teacher Atsurou Sasaki. The next day, after the police go through the discovered bones, Shoutarou discovers a bunch of cat bones have gone missing, suspecting Sakurako. Meanwhile, Sakurako visits a hospitalized professor named Shitara Masamichi and decides to investigate an unsolved case.The episode was rated from 30 votes.
Last updated: oct 09, 2020
I can't say this show engaged me in the least bit. The mystery is done very poorly and the characters are bland. There is really not much to care for here. The wrap-around can't be blamed for this except that it is overly colorful (probably just because of her name) and even has a "transformation" sequence in the earlier episodes which is odd for a show focused on bones. It's really the content that is lacking. btw: Now that there is a TMDB link for this show - good job on the terrible screen captures... doggie dog dog dog.
Mixing reality shows and food seems like the perfect combination for just about anyone. I always get amazed what some people are able to make under a huge amount of pressure. The cooking shows are so entertaining as well, because it’s always regular people competing. Just make sure not to watch them on an empty stomach!
Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
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