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Early summer, Keiichi had just moved to a remote mountain village. As he becomes close friends with a group of girls, he was enjoying his life in the village.

However when he starts to become suspicious that Rena, Mion and the others that Keiichi trusted may be deeply involved in successive murders that occur every summer, the situation around Keiichi gradually starts to turn.

Keiichi has pulled off the " Bishie Sparkle " trick a few times. Notably in the first Picture Drama which came out before the anime.

Bittersweet Ending : The ending of Matsuribayashi-hen: The main characters survive, but Satoshi is still comatose and we don't know whether he'll ever recover, though Irie does believe there is some hope.

Even in the Matsuribayashi-hen Staff Room segment, Ryukishi07 asks the reader whether or not antagonizing Takano is the most ideal resolution.

The PS2 version's Miotsukushi-hen where Hanyuu is shot Taking the Bullet meant for Takano and killed by the Banyu, but Nomura get arrested for her crime and Satoshi finally manages to wake up from his coma.

The DS exclusive Kageboshi-hen. The one-shot chapter Hinageshi-hen. After spending a few months in a prep school in Nagoya, Mion returns with Hinamizawa Syndrome symptoms and various misunderstandings make her think her friends have forsaken her, before she collapses with a fever.

Then she wakes up surrounded by her friends, the misunderstandings are cleared and she sheds tears of relief while smiling happily. All is well that ends well.

Except she is actually comatose in a hospital room after the Hinamizawa disaster and is living happily in her dreams.

Regarding Satoshi, he is never revealed to have woken up, but it's strongly implied as Shion visits the Irie clinic quite often, and brings male clothes, and other male items, probably razors, etc.

Blazing Inferno Hellfire Sauce : One can only guess what kind of food Rika and Satoko cook with a sauce marked "death penalty".

Bleached Underpants In-Universe : Keiichi understands that his father is a landscape artist, but it's implied during a business party that at least some of his commercial success has come from Doujinshi products in which the subjects keep their socks on.

Bloody Horror : At one point Rika commits suicide in front of Shion, by holding a knife to the wall, and slamming her neck into it.

It's a lot more graphic in the anime adaptation, since the visual nover was limited to only describing it and using a blood graphic. Similarly many other suicides involve the victims mysteriously scratching open their own necks with their fingers.

In Hinamizawa there's a ghost story about an old village ritual that's used for some of the murders that involved the villagers disemboweling the victim as torture, and showing them their own guts on the day of the yearly festival.

Furude Ouka also [reluctantly] does this do her mother, Hanyuu. Bloodier and Gorier : The manga goes into much greater lengths to show the horror of the murders than the anime.

That includes the datailed depiction of Rika's evisceration by Takano in Minagoroshi , as well as her mother's vivisection and the punishments of the Orphanage of Fear which were both only implied even in the sound novel in Matsuribayashi.

Bodyguard Betrayal : The Yamainu were supposed to be protecting Rika, as far as she knew, not killing her.

And ironically, Takano is betrayed by the very same Yamainu in the last arc. Body Sushi : Shion in one of Keiichi's dream sequences from the first episode of Kira.

Book-Ends : Well, not exactly. The series is divided into chapters, with the first scene referencing back not to the final scene but the climactic scene of that chapter.

For instance, Keiichi loses it, and starts swinging the baseball bat, killing Rena and her friend. Borrowed Catchphrase : Keiichi says "I want to take it home!

Both Takano and Hanyuu say Nipah at one point. In fact, the game was partially responsible for the creation of the Z rating.

The red blood was restored for the DS remakes. The scene that leads to the one where Satoko pushes Keiichi over a bridge is different in the different adaptations.

In the original sound novel, she's stark naked. In the remakes and manga, she has a Modesty Towel on. In the anime, she has a towel on for most of the scene then goes and gets clothing, thus changing the way the scenes after it play out compared to the other adaptations.

Manga Gamer , the company that releases the games translated, was going to put a towel on her due to Lolicon related reasons but in the end decided not to.

Ironically, the most conservative depiction of Satoko here seems closest to the visual novel's description. Remakes of the visual novel also made minor changes to some of the lines of the original arcs, changing some explicit sexual references to ones that were less explicit and adjusting earlier references to other works particularly anime to ones that were Writing Around Trademarks.

Some of the more gory references to Hinamizawa's history in Watanagashi-hen particularly those involving cannibalism were also either excised or toned down.

Brain Fever : Hinamizawa Syndrome is a version of this. Breaking the Fourth Wall : In Minagoroshi-hen, Mion and Keiichi break the fourth wall to explain some mahjongg stuff, and Rika says that Takano "lost them a lot of viewers" by not putting on a cat costume.

Mion : Hmm I would love to show people a movie of this technique But unfortunately I can't do that in a sound novel! Rika : I have no idea who Mii is talking to Keiichi : Why are you looking at the camera, Rika-chan?

Tropes E to H. She appears earlier, during the Atonement Chapter, in a manga omake. Early Installment Weirdness : Hinamizawa Bus Stop , adapted from a stage play that was the origin of the story.

Keiichi, Rena, Shion and Satoko aren't characters at this point, Rika is a teenager and Mion's upperclassman, and everything occurs in one rainy afternoon in a covered bus stop.

That being said, it covers a number of story points from what would later become the games, including the dam conflict, the curse of Oyashiro-sama, Hinamizawa syndrome, Rika as a queen carrier, and alludes to her "Groundhog Day" Loop at the very end.

For the first two "question" arcs, the Great Hinamizawa Disaster hadn't been thought up yet as the "endpoint" for the story arcs.

Later, the first arc was retconned to have ended in the same way as later arcs, and the lack of a disaster in the second arc became an important plot point.

Earn Your Happy Ending : Almost every individual arc has a bad ending but the characters do, in the end, manage to stop the chain of deaths.

From a longer perspective, Rika has this after years of repeating an ever-narrowing period of time in her life while being murdered over and over, and Hanyuu after only being able to watch human suffering while being unable to become friends with or even talk to anyone for 1, years.

Also, Present-Day Past is occasionally Played for Laughs such as a reference to Cardcaptor Sakura , which is anachronistic by over a decade and a half , and actual Present Day is used on a couple of occasions.

It appears again in Umineko though. Empty Eyes : Displayed at various points by multiple characters among the group. It's a highly-reliable sign that either they are suffering from high-level Hinamizawa Syndrome But only with the Matsuribayashi ending.

Evil Costume Switch : Miyo Tanako gets a fancy-looking black outfit once she's revealed as the one who's been targeting Rika.

When she's not conducting the Yamainu behind the scenes, she wears her normal clothes. Evil Laugh : Over and over and over again, complete with creepy face contortions.

There's multiple laugh videos. Sets up the chain of events leading to her megalomania and as a result the Endless June. Evolving Credits : At first it seems that Rika waves at the viewer in the opening of Kai , but it turns out to be Hanyuu.

A somewhat nightmarish shot of Hanyuu is added as well. Also, after the revelation that Takano was the one out to kill Rika, the low angle shot of a blonde woman wearing a dark cape is highlighted by the moon, making it clearer who it is.

Guess what sound you hear throughout the series. Also several of the arc names- most notably Tsumihoroboshi-hen Atonement Chapter and Minagoroshi-hen Massacre Chapter.

What's interesting is that it carries a double meaning in both languages. In fact, this is one of her weapons in the doujin game Higurashi Daybreak , and she can be selected as wearing Ciel's outfit.

In one of the cast review sessions, Chei-sensei was acting like Ciel-senpai when the lights were off and no one could see the copyright infringement.

The Faceless : The appearances of Keiichi's parents aren't shown in the novels at all, and in the anime we just get their faces from the mouth down.

The manga do show their entire faces, but they conflict with what little we see in the anime; for example, nothing is really notable about the bottom half of Mr.

Maebara's face in the anime, but in the manga, he's got a beret and a Frenchy goatee. And is in much better shape. Plus their voices and personalities don't seem to match.

Face Death with Dignity : Rika, in a particularly disturbing scene, and later, Satoko. Not to mention Rena in the end of Minagoroshi, though slightly less "dignity" and more "laughing in your murderer's face about how her plan is stupid and she's stupid".

She even uses the same crazy laugh from season one, for the only time in season two. The fact that Takano put a bullet in Rena rather quickly gives the implication that Rena struck a nerve.

There are some hiccups with Knox's Decalogue Hinamizawa Syndrome not being one since its mode of action is actually quite simple , but the story is mostly compliant.

Faking the Dead : Takano every time, Shion in some arcs, and later, Rika. False Crucible : Dr. Koizumi pointing a gun at Miyo Takano.

Fangirl : Rena goes nuts over anything she thinks is cute, squealing and announcing her intention to take said object of her affection home.

In the second season, the perpetually-stoned Takano reveals her terrifying fangirl side over the dark legends of Oyashiro-sama.

Takano's fangirl side also has a less than dignified side. Fan Disservice : Shion's Gainaxing in some of the most disturbing scenes such as when she repeatly steps on Oryou's corpse or screaming at Mion.

Fanservice : Higurashi Jan, a mah jong version of the series, has quite a bit of this compared to most of the rest of the series.

In Oyashiro Mode , when a character is defeated at mahjong, you get a very strange close up of them against a wall or the floor with their clothes really messed up , with flushed faces and panting really hard.

It's pretty clear what the designers were going for there. Heck, Shion's defeat video actually has her skirt unbuttoned, which makes no sense even if you grant that someone could get their clothing torn up as a result of a mahjong game.

If you think about it too hard, it would lead to some real Fridge Horror about what happened after Keiichi won the mah jong game, if it weren't so out-of-character for him.

The other, Lighter and Softer mode still shows punishment games in all their Stripperiffic glory. There's official art with all the other girls wearing it, too.

When Rika is angsting because she chose what might be the worse world , Rena tells her about how choosing the kind of world she lives on is something beyond her choice and then goes off to deliver a different, valid aesop about how the multiple tragedies they faced have made them better people.

They all have their reasons though. The man of the group on the other hand, is closer to a Lethal Chef when he tries to cook something more elaborate than instant noodles; Rena's father is also a dreadful cook, but he still tries.

Actually, no man can cook in this series. Festival Episode : In every arc, except Tatarigoroshi since Keiichi is busy committing a murder that night ; things usually start to go downhill after it.

What follows is the most spectacular battle in all of VN history, narrated blow-by-blow! Filler Arc : Yakusamashi-hen, the first arc of the anime's second season, is a mash up of two Visual-Novel-only arcs and various other events from other arcs left out of the first season.

Unlike most examples, it was a necessary and justified use, as the author felt that information left out of the first season would cause large plot holes in the second, and wrote a short arc to fill in the gaps.

Fingore : This is common. And also, the opening song has a line that translates roughly as "I'll cut off your fingers and leave them in the forest.

The fact that there is no stereotypical Relationship Upgrade from family name to given name helps to emphasize that Higurashi is more about friendship than about romance.

Five-Man Band : This series is slightly unusual in that some characters tend to move around. The Hero : Keiichi and Satoshi before his disappearance.

The Chick : Genderswapped. Keiichi or Satoshi being the only male. Or just every other girl besides Mion, even Eventually Satoko Sixth Ranger : Shion and eventually, Hanyuu, who also counts as a Team Pet 11th-Hour Ranger : Akasaka in the Festival Music Arc Flashback Twist : In one of the latter arcs, the famous Tsumihoroboshi-hen or Atonement Chapter, it is revealed in Keiichi's flashbacks that it was actually him who was the insane one in the first arc and that Mion and Rena were the sane ones.

Poor Rena, offering her arms out to Keiichi even as he's about to bash her head in. For example, Satoko having pushed her parents off the cliff is hinted as early as Tatarigoroshi.

In the sound novels during Onikakushi , Keiichi hears someone take a breath behind him, and identifies it as a woman's.

When he turns around, no one is there, but he could feel a presence. We learn later on that people who are as high as Level 3 can hear footsteps, or even someone speak—this someone is Hanyuu.

Hanyuu actually gets name-dropped in the Meakashi-hen VN while Rika's disoriented by the mystery drug.

In Japan the typical image of a demon known as an Oni involves a brutish ogre carrying a steel club wherever they go.

Food Porn : An almost literal example. Keiichi once shamed the pitcher of a rival baseball team by saying he likes Angel Mort desserts because they are like cute girls and he eats them in a defiling manner.

For Science! It shows up again, but this time, the choice was the right one. In fact, this trope was the point of the parallel arc system used.

Discussed in the omake for Onisarashi-hen. Ryuukishi07 represented by Akasaka and the manga's editor represented by Ooishi discuss how Akira's behavior might have changed the outcome, suggesting that rather than ignore the charms Natsumi's grandmother put on the house, he might have joined in.

It's played for dark laughs, but the manga artist represented by a bear cicada eventually points out that Natsumi's grandmother is still genuinely crazy and that even if Natsumi doesn't go crazy , something is still bound to happen eventually.

A Friend in Need : The origins of the game club were as an attempt to help the Hojo siblings.

Only partially successful, see My Greatest Failure below. The Gad Fly : Mion gets plenty of amusement from yanking Keiichi's chain.

Possibly motivated by how bad she is at expressing her true feelings for him. Also her punishment games. Shion acts like a slightly darker incarnation favorite target being Mion and Keiichi as her normal personality.

Shion's mini-game in the sound novel is also based on it. You get points based on the "magnitude" of the movement.

Game Changer : Hanyuu. We don't play Old Maid. Just Old Geezer. Takano laughed it off as being the same but it is a completely different game.

After all, if one adds the missing card that is taken out in a game of Old Geezer, it becomes a game without losers. After adding Hanyuu, our missing card, the world became a world free of losers.

It is the height of folly to purposely take one card out of the game. This world doesn't need a loser. Mion : After all, a night without your parents around is the basic situation of bishoujo games!

Rika : He earned many points and entered a certain route for sure. Tropes I to L. Identical Panel Gag : This omake in the Watanagashi manga, where the girls think "Keiichi" with totally unrelated words, for some reason.

Translation error? Also happens during the Millionaire game in the first chapter. Identification by Dental Records Idiosyncratic Episode Naming : The Japanese names of the arcs all end with the syllable "shi", no exception.

Idiot Ball : Often carried by Keiichi, as at the end of the second arc when he knows one of his friends is crazy and out to kill him, and the cops have warned him to look out if he ever sees her again In the anime at the end of second arc, he goes into a creepy dungeon filled with torture implements with a murderer AFTER she explains to him that she murdered a bunch of people, including two kids.

That's Darwin Awards material. Justified mostly: the characters are often aware of what they're doing, but choose to ignore the stupidity of it and proceed anyway, out of friendship, pride, revenge or so on.

Entirely justified. Not trusting your friends just triggers the Hate Plague and makes everything worse. Blindly trusting your friends, especially when you have every reason not to, is one of the most important keys to finally escaping June Idiots Cannot Catch Colds : In Onikakushi-hen, when Keiichi stays home with the excuse of a cold, Mion asks if the club members can visit him.

He says he doesn't want them to catch his cold, but Mion remarks that they're all too stupid to catch colds.

Ignorance Is Bliss : Mercilessly subverted in Taraimawashi-hen, in which Keiichi decided to ignore everything connected with Hinamizawa's secrets and enjoy his life.

It doesn't end well. For example, in preparation for a squirt gun fight, Rena stashed an extra squirt gun somewhere, but when the time came to use it, it turns out Satoko had already found the hidden gun, broken it so it couldn't fire, and left it in Rena's original hiding spot.

I'm Taking Her Home with Me! She says this and then proceeds to kidnap Hanyuu three times, and that's within a three-minute span.

Impossibly-Low Neckline : Angel Mort's uniform is a miracle of physics, if anything. Improvised Weapon : Weapon options in Higurashi Daybreak.

Infant Immortality : Averted multiple times. Played straight in Himatsubushi-hen. Akasawa's wife dies, but the hospital saved her baby.

Intertwined Fingers : Hanyuu and Rika do this in the ending credits of Kai. There's a lot of Shmion pictures that involve this.

In the Blood : Remember how Shion had to peel her fingernails off for Satoshi, after which Mion did likewise? Expect this one ended well.

Also, the belief of some people apparently including the Sonozaki family that the people of Hinamizawa are descended from man-eating demons.

Tropes M to P. Irie performed psychosurgery on unwilling subjects in the past, and a flashback in the final season of the anime has him dissecting the brain of a living patient albeit with persuasion from the Big Bad.

Takano is a little bit more literally one. The manga adaptation of Matsuribayashi takes this further and shows Takano tried to make him vivisect Satoko.

Mercifully Irie and Rika were able to outsmart Takano on this one, as Rika volunteered herself. Takano eagerly planned and prepared the vivisection days before it would happen in the Visual Novel.

Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter : Inverted. Takano was nice and unatractive, but Miyo is beautiful but quite insane.

Mafia Princess : Mion, although technically she's a yakuza princess. Shion as well; despite being effectively disowned, she's closer to the family's actual yakuza elements than Mion is.

Mascot Villain : Subverted with Rena. She's presented as evil in early arcs and can be Cute But Psycho when needed but is overall a good girl, and most of her antagonistic traits are misunderstandings.

Maybe Magic, Maybe Mundane : A calling card of the series and the driver of much of the mystery. Is the Curse of Oyashiro-sama actually the wrath of a deity or is it just superstition being taken advantage of by people with ulterior motives?

Each new arc seems to provide plenty of evidence for both cases and the first four sound novels even have a bonus feature where the characters take part in an After Party and discuss their own theories on the plot.

Meaningful Name : Probably accidental, but "Rena" could be short for the Spanish word "renacimiento", meaning "rebirth". Rena's old name was actually "Reina", which is a Japanese name but is also Spanish for "queen"; she changed it to "Rena" to create a new identity for herself, effectively being "reborn".

Ryukishi07 is also a major fan of Final Fantasy V , and both Rena's names are possible translations for the name of the game's female lead.

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Early summer, Keiichi had just moved to a remote mountain village. As he becomes close friends with a group of girls, he was enjoying his life in the village.

However when he starts to become suspicious that Rena, Mion and the others that Keiichi trusted may be deeply involved in successive murders that occur every summer, the situation around Keiichi gradually starts to turn.

He could no longer trust anyone, and then… One mystery leads to another, bringing out a shockingly bloody ending!!! The drama is adaptation of the first three arcs Onikakushi, Watanagashi, Tatarigoroshi in six one-hour long episodes.

Bagaimana menurut anda? Anda bisa nonton full drama nya di sini dan tentu saja drama Higurashi no Naku Koro ni lop sub indo nya sudah kami lengkapi juga untuk kenyamanan pengunjung web kami.

Selalu Berikan like dan share untuk mendukung kami untuk menyajikan koleksi drama Subtitle Indonesia. In fact, the game was partially responsible for the creation of the Z rating.

The red blood was restored for the DS remakes. The scene that leads to the one where Satoko pushes Keiichi over a bridge is different in the different adaptations.

In the original sound novel, she's stark naked. In the remakes and manga, she has a Modesty Towel on.

In the anime, she has a towel on for most of the scene then goes and gets clothing, thus changing the way the scenes after it play out compared to the other adaptations.

Manga Gamer , the company that releases the games translated, was going to put a towel on her due to Lolicon related reasons but in the end decided not to.

Ironically, the most conservative depiction of Satoko here seems closest to the visual novel's description. Remakes of the visual novel also made minor changes to some of the lines of the original arcs, changing some explicit sexual references to ones that were less explicit and adjusting earlier references to other works particularly anime to ones that were Writing Around Trademarks.

Some of the more gory references to Hinamizawa's history in Watanagashi-hen particularly those involving cannibalism were also either excised or toned down.

Brain Fever : Hinamizawa Syndrome is a version of this. Breaking the Fourth Wall : In Minagoroshi-hen, Mion and Keiichi break the fourth wall to explain some mahjongg stuff, and Rika says that Takano "lost them a lot of viewers" by not putting on a cat costume.

Mion : Hmm I would love to show people a movie of this technique But unfortunately I can't do that in a sound novel! Rika : I have no idea who Mii is talking to Keiichi : Why are you looking at the camera, Rika-chan?

Tropes E to H. She appears earlier, during the Atonement Chapter, in a manga omake. Early Installment Weirdness : Hinamizawa Bus Stop , adapted from a stage play that was the origin of the story.

Keiichi, Rena, Shion and Satoko aren't characters at this point, Rika is a teenager and Mion's upperclassman, and everything occurs in one rainy afternoon in a covered bus stop.

That being said, it covers a number of story points from what would later become the games, including the dam conflict, the curse of Oyashiro-sama, Hinamizawa syndrome, Rika as a queen carrier, and alludes to her "Groundhog Day" Loop at the very end.

For the first two "question" arcs, the Great Hinamizawa Disaster hadn't been thought up yet as the "endpoint" for the story arcs.

Later, the first arc was retconned to have ended in the same way as later arcs, and the lack of a disaster in the second arc became an important plot point.

Earn Your Happy Ending : Almost every individual arc has a bad ending but the characters do, in the end, manage to stop the chain of deaths.

From a longer perspective, Rika has this after years of repeating an ever-narrowing period of time in her life while being murdered over and over, and Hanyuu after only being able to watch human suffering while being unable to become friends with or even talk to anyone for 1, years.

Also, Present-Day Past is occasionally Played for Laughs such as a reference to Cardcaptor Sakura , which is anachronistic by over a decade and a half , and actual Present Day is used on a couple of occasions.

It appears again in Umineko though. Empty Eyes : Displayed at various points by multiple characters among the group. It's a highly-reliable sign that either they are suffering from high-level Hinamizawa Syndrome But only with the Matsuribayashi ending.

Evil Costume Switch : Miyo Tanako gets a fancy-looking black outfit once she's revealed as the one who's been targeting Rika.

When she's not conducting the Yamainu behind the scenes, she wears her normal clothes. Evil Laugh : Over and over and over again, complete with creepy face contortions.

There's multiple laugh videos. Sets up the chain of events leading to her megalomania and as a result the Endless June.

Evolving Credits : At first it seems that Rika waves at the viewer in the opening of Kai , but it turns out to be Hanyuu.

A somewhat nightmarish shot of Hanyuu is added as well. Also, after the revelation that Takano was the one out to kill Rika, the low angle shot of a blonde woman wearing a dark cape is highlighted by the moon, making it clearer who it is.

Guess what sound you hear throughout the series. Also several of the arc names- most notably Tsumihoroboshi-hen Atonement Chapter and Minagoroshi-hen Massacre Chapter.

What's interesting is that it carries a double meaning in both languages. In fact, this is one of her weapons in the doujin game Higurashi Daybreak , and she can be selected as wearing Ciel's outfit.

In one of the cast review sessions, Chei-sensei was acting like Ciel-senpai when the lights were off and no one could see the copyright infringement.

The Faceless : The appearances of Keiichi's parents aren't shown in the novels at all, and in the anime we just get their faces from the mouth down.

The manga do show their entire faces, but they conflict with what little we see in the anime; for example, nothing is really notable about the bottom half of Mr.

Maebara's face in the anime, but in the manga, he's got a beret and a Frenchy goatee. And is in much better shape.

Plus their voices and personalities don't seem to match. Face Death with Dignity : Rika, in a particularly disturbing scene, and later, Satoko.

Not to mention Rena in the end of Minagoroshi, though slightly less "dignity" and more "laughing in your murderer's face about how her plan is stupid and she's stupid".

She even uses the same crazy laugh from season one, for the only time in season two. The fact that Takano put a bullet in Rena rather quickly gives the implication that Rena struck a nerve.

There are some hiccups with Knox's Decalogue Hinamizawa Syndrome not being one since its mode of action is actually quite simple , but the story is mostly compliant.

Faking the Dead : Takano every time, Shion in some arcs, and later, Rika. False Crucible : Dr. Koizumi pointing a gun at Miyo Takano.

Fangirl : Rena goes nuts over anything she thinks is cute, squealing and announcing her intention to take said object of her affection home.

In the second season, the perpetually-stoned Takano reveals her terrifying fangirl side over the dark legends of Oyashiro-sama. Takano's fangirl side also has a less than dignified side.

Fan Disservice : Shion's Gainaxing in some of the most disturbing scenes such as when she repeatly steps on Oryou's corpse or screaming at Mion.

Fanservice : Higurashi Jan, a mah jong version of the series, has quite a bit of this compared to most of the rest of the series. In Oyashiro Mode , when a character is defeated at mahjong, you get a very strange close up of them against a wall or the floor with their clothes really messed up , with flushed faces and panting really hard.

It's pretty clear what the designers were going for there. Heck, Shion's defeat video actually has her skirt unbuttoned, which makes no sense even if you grant that someone could get their clothing torn up as a result of a mahjong game.

If you think about it too hard, it would lead to some real Fridge Horror about what happened after Keiichi won the mah jong game, if it weren't so out-of-character for him.

The other, Lighter and Softer mode still shows punishment games in all their Stripperiffic glory. There's official art with all the other girls wearing it, too.

When Rika is angsting because she chose what might be the worse world , Rena tells her about how choosing the kind of world she lives on is something beyond her choice and then goes off to deliver a different, valid aesop about how the multiple tragedies they faced have made them better people.

They all have their reasons though. The man of the group on the other hand, is closer to a Lethal Chef when he tries to cook something more elaborate than instant noodles; Rena's father is also a dreadful cook, but he still tries.

Actually, no man can cook in this series. Festival Episode : In every arc, except Tatarigoroshi since Keiichi is busy committing a murder that night ; things usually start to go downhill after it.

What follows is the most spectacular battle in all of VN history, narrated blow-by-blow! Filler Arc : Yakusamashi-hen, the first arc of the anime's second season, is a mash up of two Visual-Novel-only arcs and various other events from other arcs left out of the first season.

Unlike most examples, it was a necessary and justified use, as the author felt that information left out of the first season would cause large plot holes in the second, and wrote a short arc to fill in the gaps.

Fingore : This is common. And also, the opening song has a line that translates roughly as "I'll cut off your fingers and leave them in the forest.

The fact that there is no stereotypical Relationship Upgrade from family name to given name helps to emphasize that Higurashi is more about friendship than about romance.

Five-Man Band : This series is slightly unusual in that some characters tend to move around. The Hero : Keiichi and Satoshi before his disappearance.

The Chick : Genderswapped. Keiichi or Satoshi being the only male. Or just every other girl besides Mion, even Eventually Satoko Sixth Ranger : Shion and eventually, Hanyuu, who also counts as a Team Pet 11th-Hour Ranger : Akasaka in the Festival Music Arc Flashback Twist : In one of the latter arcs, the famous Tsumihoroboshi-hen or Atonement Chapter, it is revealed in Keiichi's flashbacks that it was actually him who was the insane one in the first arc and that Mion and Rena were the sane ones.

Poor Rena, offering her arms out to Keiichi even as he's about to bash her head in. For example, Satoko having pushed her parents off the cliff is hinted as early as Tatarigoroshi.

In the sound novels during Onikakushi , Keiichi hears someone take a breath behind him, and identifies it as a woman's. When he turns around, no one is there, but he could feel a presence.

We learn later on that people who are as high as Level 3 can hear footsteps, or even someone speak—this someone is Hanyuu. Hanyuu actually gets name-dropped in the Meakashi-hen VN while Rika's disoriented by the mystery drug.

In Japan the typical image of a demon known as an Oni involves a brutish ogre carrying a steel club wherever they go.

Food Porn : An almost literal example. Keiichi once shamed the pitcher of a rival baseball team by saying he likes Angel Mort desserts because they are like cute girls and he eats them in a defiling manner.

For Science! It shows up again, but this time, the choice was the right one. In fact, this trope was the point of the parallel arc system used.

Discussed in the omake for Onisarashi-hen. Ryuukishi07 represented by Akasaka and the manga's editor represented by Ooishi discuss how Akira's behavior might have changed the outcome, suggesting that rather than ignore the charms Natsumi's grandmother put on the house, he might have joined in.

It's played for dark laughs, but the manga artist represented by a bear cicada eventually points out that Natsumi's grandmother is still genuinely crazy and that even if Natsumi doesn't go crazy , something is still bound to happen eventually.

A Friend in Need : The origins of the game club were as an attempt to help the Hojo siblings. Only partially successful, see My Greatest Failure below.

The Gad Fly : Mion gets plenty of amusement from yanking Keiichi's chain. Possibly motivated by how bad she is at expressing her true feelings for him.

Also her punishment games. Shion acts like a slightly darker incarnation favorite target being Mion and Keiichi as her normal personality.

Shion's mini-game in the sound novel is also based on it. You get points based on the "magnitude" of the movement. Game Changer : Hanyuu.

We don't play Old Maid. Just Old Geezer. Takano laughed it off as being the same but it is a completely different game.

After all, if one adds the missing card that is taken out in a game of Old Geezer, it becomes a game without losers. After adding Hanyuu, our missing card, the world became a world free of losers.

It is the height of folly to purposely take one card out of the game. This world doesn't need a loser. Mion : After all, a night without your parents around is the basic situation of bishoujo games!

Rika : He earned many points and entered a certain route for sure. Tropes I to L. Identical Panel Gag : This omake in the Watanagashi manga, where the girls think "Keiichi" with totally unrelated words, for some reason.

Translation error? Also happens during the Millionaire game in the first chapter. Identification by Dental Records Idiosyncratic Episode Naming : The Japanese names of the arcs all end with the syllable "shi", no exception.

Idiot Ball : Often carried by Keiichi, as at the end of the second arc when he knows one of his friends is crazy and out to kill him, and the cops have warned him to look out if he ever sees her again In the anime at the end of second arc, he goes into a creepy dungeon filled with torture implements with a murderer AFTER she explains to him that she murdered a bunch of people, including two kids.

That's Darwin Awards material. Justified mostly: the characters are often aware of what they're doing, but choose to ignore the stupidity of it and proceed anyway, out of friendship, pride, revenge or so on.

Entirely justified. Not trusting your friends just triggers the Hate Plague and makes everything worse.

Blindly trusting your friends, especially when you have every reason not to, is one of the most important keys to finally escaping June Idiots Cannot Catch Colds : In Onikakushi-hen, when Keiichi stays home with the excuse of a cold, Mion asks if the club members can visit him.

He says he doesn't want them to catch his cold, but Mion remarks that they're all too stupid to catch colds. Ignorance Is Bliss : Mercilessly subverted in Taraimawashi-hen, in which Keiichi decided to ignore everything connected with Hinamizawa's secrets and enjoy his life.

It doesn't end well. For example, in preparation for a squirt gun fight, Rena stashed an extra squirt gun somewhere, but when the time came to use it, it turns out Satoko had already found the hidden gun, broken it so it couldn't fire, and left it in Rena's original hiding spot.

I'm Taking Her Home with Me! She says this and then proceeds to kidnap Hanyuu three times, and that's within a three-minute span.

Impossibly-Low Neckline : Angel Mort's uniform is a miracle of physics, if anything. Improvised Weapon : Weapon options in Higurashi Daybreak.

Infant Immortality : Averted multiple times. Played straight in Himatsubushi-hen. Akasawa's wife dies, but the hospital saved her baby.

Intertwined Fingers : Hanyuu and Rika do this in the ending credits of Kai. There's a lot of Shmion pictures that involve this.

In the Blood : Remember how Shion had to peel her fingernails off for Satoshi, after which Mion did likewise? Expect this one ended well.

Also, the belief of some people apparently including the Sonozaki family that the people of Hinamizawa are descended from man-eating demons.

Tropes M to P. Irie performed psychosurgery on unwilling subjects in the past, and a flashback in the final season of the anime has him dissecting the brain of a living patient albeit with persuasion from the Big Bad.

Takano is a little bit more literally one. The manga adaptation of Matsuribayashi takes this further and shows Takano tried to make him vivisect Satoko.

Mercifully Irie and Rika were able to outsmart Takano on this one, as Rika volunteered herself.

Takano eagerly planned and prepared the vivisection days before it would happen in the Visual Novel. Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter : Inverted.

Takano was nice and unatractive, but Miyo is beautiful but quite insane. Mafia Princess : Mion, although technically she's a yakuza princess.

Shion as well; despite being effectively disowned, she's closer to the family's actual yakuza elements than Mion is.

Mascot Villain : Subverted with Rena. She's presented as evil in early arcs and can be Cute But Psycho when needed but is overall a good girl, and most of her antagonistic traits are misunderstandings.

Maybe Magic, Maybe Mundane : A calling card of the series and the driver of much of the mystery. Is the Curse of Oyashiro-sama actually the wrath of a deity or is it just superstition being taken advantage of by people with ulterior motives?

Each new arc seems to provide plenty of evidence for both cases and the first four sound novels even have a bonus feature where the characters take part in an After Party and discuss their own theories on the plot.

Meaningful Name : Probably accidental, but "Rena" could be short for the Spanish word "renacimiento", meaning "rebirth".

Rena's old name was actually "Reina", which is a Japanese name but is also Spanish for "queen"; she changed it to "Rena" to create a new identity for herself, effectively being "reborn".

Ryukishi07 is also a major fan of Final Fantasy V , and both Rena's names are possible translations for the name of the game's female lead.

Explanation: They only rated the minigames. It even got an ISBN number, so apparently rest of it is treated as a book.

Mercy Kill : Takano shooting Satoko in Minagoroshi could be considered as that. Even if she let her live, the only thing awaiting her was a Fate Worse than Death : being experimented on as a L5 Hinamizawa Syndrome patient, with all her friends dead.

Milkman Conspiracy : The mastermind behind everything is some stoned-looking nurse? Mind Screw : In general the whole air of mystery and paranoia both of which are cleared up in the second season.

A specific example - in the second arc Keiichi finds out that Mion killed a bunch of people. In the fifth arc, we're shown that it was actually Shion pretending to be Mion.

The whole idea behind the series is this, to the point where the last episode of the first season gives you a slight clue of what the hell is happening.

Mood Whiplash : Not just the anime itself, but even some of the character image songs get in on this, particularly Rena's.

One of the TIPS in the visual novel, Weekly featured article, goes from a gruesome murder article to an advertisement for a lucky charm even the music goes from creepy to comical.

The scene in Onikakushi-hen where Keiichi and the viewer first learn of the string of murders: Tomitake : Where's Rena going? Keiichi : joking and oblivious She's probably checking on the corpse she cut up over there.

Tomitake : Ah, yes. That was a terrible incident. I hear they still haven't found one of the arms. Tropes Q to S.

Quivering Eyes R-Rated Opening : One of the most iconic in anime, as the series opens with Keiichi savagely beating the already-dead bodies of Rena and Mion with a baseball bat, spattering blood all over the walls before the opening credits, with the actual story then beginning In Medias Res.

The Rashomon : Watanagashi-hen, as with most of the early arcs, is told from Keiichi's point of view. Meakashi-hen revisits this arc from the perspective of Shion although technically it's a different arc, just with similar events.

Sometimes overlaps with The Killer in Me. Razor Apples : Rena sticks a needle in the ohagi she gives to Keiichi. Or so his Hinamizawa syndrome-fueled delusions told him.

The Ohagi actually had Tobasco sauce in it, and Keiichi perceived it as a needle. Real After All : For the first few chapters of Watanagashi-hen Keiichi is convinced that "Shion" is a fake alternate personality Mion made up to let her do embarrassing things like work at Angel Mort, and decides to "play along" with the story out of respect for Mion's wishes not helped by the fact that Mion acts like a really Bad Liar whenever Shion is brought up in conversation.

He's shocked when it turns out out Mion really does have an identical twin sister who lives apart from her and goes to a different school.

What makes it even more hilarious is that, in the game, this discovery comes right after a long and touching epiphany scene where Keiichi thinks he's finally worked out why Mion is pretending to be Shion- only for Shion to lead him directly into Mion.

Unlike Hanyuu and most other examples, the latter's maturity matches her actual age, though this is deliberately hidden so as to not freak people out.

Real-Place Background : Hinamizawa is based off, as in an exact copy, of Shirakawa-go. Semi justified being that the original novels used photos for the backgrounds.

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