Hikaru no Go, Season 5Closed Captioning
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The day of Sai’s departure from Hikaru’s consciousness finally comes, leaving Hikaru frustrated and angry. Hikaru’s decision to give up Go worries everyone, including his mother. Meanwhile, Isumi goes to China to work on his Go, and he just might be the inspiration Hikaru needs to get back in the game.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoIs Sai Really Gone?||The time has come for Sai to leave has come, leaving Hikaru angry and frustrated. He goes back to his Grandfather’s attic and discovers that the Blood-stained Go board, where Sai’s spirit once resided, is now clean. In his quest to find Sai, Hikaru takes off for Innoshima, where Sai first appeared to Torajiro, the young man who later became the great Hon’inbo Shusaku.||22:44||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoHiroshima’s Strongest Player||While in Innoshima, Mr. Kawai stumbles into a Go Salon where, as a result of a misunderstanding, he finds himself owing a lot of money to Shuhei, a formidable Go player who is enormous both in size and talent. But when this top amateur recognizes Hikaru from Go Weekly, he decides to take on this reluctant neophyte pro.||22:44||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoI Won’t Ever Play Again!||Hikaru goes through old game records to find past matches with the great Hon’inbo Shusaku. While going through them, he becomes engulfed in guilt over not playing enough games with Sai and his subsequent disappearance.||22:44||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoKeicho Flower Bowls||In this bonus flashback episode, Hikaru and Sai encounter an antiques dealer who sells counterfeit heirlooms he claims are from the distant past. But when a young girl finds her grandfather’s stolen bowl in his shop. It’s up to Hikaru and Sai to make sure that bowl is returned to its rightful owner.||22:44||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoIsumi no Go||In order to rediscover his game, Isumi goes to China where he meets a young, impulsive player who bares a striking resemblance to a friend and fellow former insei.||22:44||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoFateful Encounter||Back before Hikaru Shindo met Akira Toya, a young Children’s Go champion pays Akira a visit to the Go Salon in order to challenge him. Meanwhile, Akira’s bursting with delight over his father, Toya Meijin.||22:44||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoIsumi’s Test||Still in China, Isumi decides to stay and to improve his game and boost his confidence. With the help of his new friend Yang Hai, he challenges the bratty Le Ping to a rematch. Meanwhile, Asumi runs into Hikaru, asking the questions that on everyone’s mind 'Why isn’t he playing?'||22:44||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoLosing By Default||With Hikaru giving up on Go, everyone is worried, including his mother, who vents her concerns to his teacher. From the aggressive Mr. Tsubaki to the easily excitable Mr. Kawai, everyone is angry and confused over Hikaru’s decision to forfeit his matches and quit the game.||22:44||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoA Determined Visitor||Isumi returns to Japan a stronger and more focused player. He soons discovers what everyone else already knows: Hikaru Shindo is losing his games by default. In an attempt to solve this mystery, Isumi starts to investigate and figure out what is going on with Hikaru.||22:44||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoSai Was Here…||Isumi finally tracks down Hikaru and pleads with him to play one game with him. Hikaru, fearful that if he plays Sai will not return, reluctantly agrees. Will Hikaru be able to recapture his love for the game?||22:44||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoMaking a Comeback||Hikaru’s back to his old self and ready to move up the rankings of professional Go. First up is Murakami, a pro who previously defeated Hikaru in the Young Lions Tournament. Meanwhile, things are changing at the Haze Go Club as Yuki, Akari and the rest of the team contemplate about their futures.||22:44||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|12||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Race Is On||Now that Hikaru’s playing again, he’s drawn the attention of Go Players throughout Tokyo, as well as the readers and writers of Go Weekly. Meanwhile, the world of Go is changing as a new wave of younger players are beginning to dethrone the veterans of the game.||22:44||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|13||Closed CaptioningVideoShindo vs. Toya||The match-ups for the Meijin Qualifiers is out and it’s Hikaru vs. Akira in the first round. With the pressure of the match brimming inside of Hikaru, he invites Akari to play some Go.||22:44||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|14||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Power Within||The match everyone has been waiting for has finally begun! With every move, the game builds with a fevered intensity. As Akira begins to recollect on how Hikaru rose from Insei to pro, he discovers Hikaru’s secret by witnessing one of his moves.||22:44||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|15||Closed CaptioningVideoA Nostalgic Smile||As they break for lunch, Akira confronts Hikaru on the fact that he has discovered that Sai is within him. After the game, Hikaru goes home and goes to sleep. In his dream, he sees Sai once more and tells him everything that has happen since he left, including that he and Akira have agreed to play each other on a regular basis at the Go Salon.||22:13||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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Lots of people may not think this is a great show to watch... but trust me. For months I doubted on watching it either... but when there were no more shows for me to watch, i finally started watching this. I was literally imaged. It is very engaging and great story. Ending of the story really saddened me though. Super highly recommended.
An Anime to watch again and again
I have watched this tv series more times then most people would think but its always because I get drawn back to watching the series again because of the story and the character acting that provided suspense, humer, adventure, and a bit of angst. I know you are not me but you have to watch it to get what I am saying.
To this day i still dont understand the game of go. never played it before neer even heard of it before i saw this anima. Even so the story made me wanna keep watching it. this anima doesnt concentriat on the game so much but the people that play it and how they have to over come the problems that it takes to make it as a pro player. all in all a great anima and as Daniel Phillip said it is an anima that you can watch over and over again. that being said this is my 5 time going threw the whole series. 6 if you count that i watched it as it aired. So even if you dont understand the game the story will pull you threw. Give it a chance you will like it.
- SD Version
- Genre: Animation
- Released: Jul 21, 2008
- © YUMI HOTTA,HMC,TAKESHI OBATA,NOEL/SHUEISHA,TV TOKYO,DENTSU,PIERROT
- CCin English