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Chapter 3: A Million Wishes (Full Text)

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Prev Chapter | Contents | Next Chapter {Note about chapter name: Hyakumanben is another name for Chionji Temple in Sakyō ward, a temple associated with the priests Ennin (794-864) and Honen (1133-1212) and is a Jodo-shu sect (A branch of Pure Land Buddhism) temple of Japanese Buddhism. The name Hyakumanben (“One Million Times”) comes from a period of pestilence and plague in the city...

Chapter 3: A Million Wishes (Part 4)

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Full Text Chapter 3 Part 3 | Contents | Chapter 4 Part 1 How do I put it… “I think I somewhat understand why he feels jealous.” I muttered to myself while walking. In response, Holmes-san went “Hm?” and looked in my direction. “Ah, no, it’s nothing.” I hurriedly shrugged. I couldn’t possibly say that Manager was envious of his own son, Holmes-san, and held discord in his heart as a result of that...

Chapter 3: A Million Wishes (Part 3)

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Full Text Chapter 3 Part 2 | Contents | Chapter 3 Part 4 “That was a really fascinating story. It was good that we stopped to listen to it.”  With the main hall behind us, I spoke excitedly as Holmes-san looked at me with gentle, narrowed eyes. “You’re right. Coming to a place like this and listening to that story was an extraordinarily good use of our time, I think.” “Yes, I think so too...

Chapter 3: A Million Wishes (Part 2)

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Full Text Chapter 3 Part 1 | Contents | Chapter 3 Part 3 The next day. I was riding my bicycle towards Hyakumanben. Hyakumanben Chionji was not that far from my house. It was actually even closer than Teramachi Sanjou. I traveled down south on Shimogamo Main Road until it merged with Imadegawa Road, then turned left (East). I eventually reached a large, busy intersection known as “Hyakumanben...

Chapter 3: A Million Wishes (Part 1)

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Full Text Chapter 2 Part 9 | Contents | Chapter 3 Part 2 {Note about chapter name: Hyakumanben is another name for Chionji Temple in Sakyō ward, a temple associated with the priests Ennin (794-864) and Honen (1133-1212) and is a Jodo-shu sect (A branch of Pure Land Buddhism) temple of Japanese Buddhism. The name Hyakumanben (“One Million Times”) comes from a period of pestilence and...

Satou Satomi (Chitanda Eru’s Voice Actress) interviews Honobu Yonezawa

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(Source: Honobu Yonezawa and the Classics Club) Satou Satomi is a voice actress who gave an enthusiastic performance as Chitanda Eru in the anime version of Hyouka. She has also done various roles like Tainaka Ritsu in K-ON! Q: Please tell me the details of how the Hyouka series was conceived? (When, how, what were you doing when you thought of the idea?) A: The root of it was a study I wrote...

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