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Eden of the East (東のエデン, Higashi no Eden?) band Oasis, while the ending theme was "futuristic imagination" by Japanese band School Food Punishment. As a Higashi no Eden fan, I believe fans deserve a much better ending from writer Kenji Kamiyama. Paradise Lost went against the entire suspenseful plot of the. Higashi no Eden - Movie II: Paradise Lost Episode 1 Discussion At the end, " This is the story of the eleven days i spent with takizawa" . because I wished for more development on the relationship between Akira and Saki.
Akira remarks that he has a few questions to ask Saki, to which she agrees to. But suddenly, seeing she's upset, Takizawa looks visibly enraged. Akira and Saki go to a spot across the river from the shopping mall and Saki tells him that she did not get accepted into the job and that Ryosuke will be angry at her for not getting in the workplace.
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Akira tries to make Saki feel better by first kissing her and saying that it was the interviewers' fault that she did not get accepted and that she should not feel bad because they were the people who made a mistake not hiring Saki. After the talk, Akira drops off Saki in front of Micchon's apartment telling her to tell her friends that he would like to fund their company and to bring them back to the shopping mall.
The next day, Akira meets 3 other members of Eden of The East: An image recognition company Hirasawa, Sisand Micchon. Hirasawa explains to Akira the basis of the company and how Saki was involved in it. Hirasawa also says that one of the original group members, Osugi, left to pursue a career and how the company is in need of someone like Akira. Hirasawa then tells everyone to leave, believing that getting funding from Takizawa would betray the ideals Eden of the East represents.
This visibly annoys Takizawa but instead of getting enraged, he simply tells Hirasawa that despite having amnesia, he would still like to help in any way and has no intentions of taking over the company. This makes Hirasawa agree to the funding proposal and shakes Takizawa's hand.
Sis and Michon then run off and Takizawa follows, not before giving Saki a new dress from the mall. Takizawa then makes friends with Michon and they create a massive sparkler display in the shape of a smiling cat which knocks Micchon over.
Edit While the members of Eden are at Akira's place, Kasuga calls Hirasawa on his cellphone and tells that Osugi has been kidnapped by the famous " Johnny Hunter " who is famous for cutting men's penises off.
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Hirasawa exclaims that this is not a likely story. All he knows is that Osugi became drunk on the night that he saw Akira and Saki together, and because of the shock of seeing Saki with Akira, he miserably went home.
When Kasuga arrives at the shopping mall, he meets Akira and shows everyone about the posts that Osugi made on a single's forum. It seems that Osugi had made posts such as he had been abducted "by a mysterious woman" and he was "going to die". He made a post that he was "locked up in a hotel" and the mysterious woman's accomplice was named "Juiz". Akira tells the group members that he might know where Osugi is held captive. Akira then travels on his motorcycle, asking Juiz where a specific piano model was located the piano model was from a photo that Osugi uploaded onto the forum.
Juiz gives him the location: He then asks for the name of it's resident and after Juiz finds the real name, Takizawa call Saki and says that he has found the exact location of Osugi, impressing the other members of Eden.[OMGS] Higashi no Eden - Gekijouban II Paradise Lost ED (720p H.264 AAC)
He then calls Juiz and attempts to stop number 11's Porsche using the police. However, she simply zips off and feels "honored" that number 9 would try to contact her. On the way to the hotel, Akira gets violently delayed when a Taker truck's wheels begin to come off. Despite, breaking several bones, ripping his jacket and damaging his motorcycle Takizawa somehow manages to survive when sliding under it.
Akira soon notices that 11 was able to get into the hotel after all, and proceeds to cut of Osugi's "Johnny". Akira manages to break down the door just in time, although he threw out his shoulder in the process. Akira explaining his ambitions about the game to Kuroha.
Kuroha wonders why Akira would want to save him, and Akira replies by saying that Osugi is a friend of Saki. She finds serial rapists and lures them into her hotel room.
While there, she cuts off their "Johnnies". After, she calls Juiz to clean up and dispose of the bodies. She explains that the reason she does because she had been raped once herself, which truly inspired her to fulfill this task for herself.
Like Kondo and Hiura, she has no plans of ever winning Mr. Akira feels sorry for Kuroha and gives her more advice. Akira says that he plans to win the game. Because he was sorry for Kuroha, Akira offers to give her "true love" from a Johnny. Kuroha then says that if there is a Johnny that will give her true love, then she would love to try it.
Kuroha then begins to strip and Akira passes out due to the blood loss from the truck accident.
Akira wakes up a day later in his shopping mall, his wounds bandaged, with Saki who tells him that the Johnny Hunter was not pursuing Osugi, but a random rapist. After Saki arrived in the room, the Johnny Hunter had already fled the scene and called Juiz to arrange for the hotel room to be destroyed by a bomb, removing all evidence of their encounter. It turns out that Osugi had his phone turned off while getting drunk at a bar after getting his bag stolen by the rapist.
When there, the group has a few questions for him, particularly about how he found the Johnny Hunter's hotel room so quickly. Akira however, has a question of his own. The group cannot fix it. However, Hirasawa points out a good hacker to fix the phone for Akira. Itazu, or "Panties" a name given by the group has been holed up in his apartment for two years, and Akira, with Saki and Micchon go to fix the phone.
On the way to Itazu's apartment, Akira learns from Micchon that Itazu lost his only pair of pants when they flew out the window two years ago and as a result, has not left his apartment since. When the three arrive at Itazu's apartment and knock on his door, he is very stubborn and will not show his face to anyone, let alone opening the door.
Itazu gives the group some money to go out to the shop and buy the latest photo and literature magazine. Saki and Micchon go to buy the magazine, but Akira stays behind. While there, Akira sends out a request for Juiz to make an unlikely sports team to win the next game. Itazu has been working on a big computer, which can scan phone memory. With 4's phoneItazu disassembles it and connects it to the computer, for Akira's hope that he will find some old phone logs before he lost his memory.
With Itaku's help, they are able to recover the phone logs on the computer. Akira learns that he had sent 20, NEETs people with No Employment,Education, or Training in shipping containers to Dubai, and supplied them with two weeks' worth of convenience store food.
Saki and Micchon come back with a pair of pants for Itazu, with the magazines. Itazu lies to Saki and Micchon on Akira's behalf that they were unable to fix the phone.
Saki and Micchon prepare to leave, and get out of Itazu's room. When arriving at the station, Akira receives a phone call from someone who supposedly might have some clues about Akira's past. Saki and Micchon board the train, but Akira does not. He says to them that he has important business to attend, and waves goodbye. Mononobe says to Akira that he himself plans to win the game, and says that he might have the reason as to why Akira erased his memories.
Akira then receives a phone call from a worried Saki, asking him why he didn't board the train. Akira replies by telling Saki that he might be meeting with the person who has clues about his memory loss, and also tells her to not hang up the phone, because she can also hear everything.
Akira and Mononobe board a helicopter bound for the place where Juiz works. Mononobe starts his conversation with Akira by explaining his facts about Mr. Outside, when learning that Akira wants nothing other to punch the creator of the game.
Akira learns that Mr. Akira also learns that Mr. Outside is probably dead, giving his age to be Mononobe plans to win the game by replacing the role of Mr. Outside, and gaining control of Juiz. When arriving inside the main building, Akira finds one other person. He also says that Yuki fired the missiles because he was forced to work to give money to his sick parents, and that was entirely due to the Japanese Government: Akira learns that Juiz is not a person; she is an artificial intelligence.
Akira learns that the missiles fired on Careless Monday was a preemptive attack: He replies by saying that he had made no requests to Juiz and had not spent any money. He just wants to get "out of this stupid game". Akira escapes the ATO institute by sneaking onto one of the freight trains leaving the facility for Tokyo.
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This is the end well done. When arriving, he learns that the 20, NEETs had gathered up in the shopping mall, and they had come back in shipping containers from Dubai. On the roof, he kills the lighting throughout the mall and uses his phone to record a video of him, which reaches the 20, NEETs, Saki, MicchonSis and Osugisaying that he has found another way to kill the 20, NEETs by using missiles.
Akira just needs everyone to come to the roof: Akira then goes around the back part of the shopping mall and sees a crowded elevator with Saki, Micchon, and Sis. The elevator is not moving due to the fact that many of the NEETs are trying very hard to get themselves into it, hoping to get a chance a meet Akira on the roof quicker. Akira meets Osugi for the first time, and prepares to go to the roof, before being stopped by Saki. Saki was worried about the video message and hopes that Akira disguised himself as a terrorist in order to save everyone from the missiles.
Takizawa remarks that she was listening on the phone the whole time. Saki admits it but then offers Akira her hand, showing that she has faith in him and parelling the time when Akira offered her his hand to come with him. Akira and Saki both arrive at the roof, and Akira says that Saki was correct. He plans to save everyone from the missiles, and the only way for the 20, NEETs to listen to him is to be a fake perpetrator for the second missile attack.
Atop a platform, Akira yells out to the 20, NEETs to go to the Eden of The East website on their phones and each post a way to stop the Akira shooting down the missiles. Akira then stands on a merry-go-round and makes a call to Juiz.
He makes a request: It turns out that the most common way to shoot down the missiles was to get fighter jets to counter the 60 missiles. He then makes his hand in the form of a gun and aims at each missile, shooting fighter jets to counter each of them. When the last missile was shot down, by Akira "fanning" his gun hand, large fragments of its casing fell on the roof, creating massive craters and destroying the Merrygoround, throwing Takizawa to the ground.
Akira then sees Saki knocked Akira erases his memories for the second time. Akira makes another request: When Saki wakes up, she finds Akira on the phone with Juiz.
Number 6 is revealed to be a film enthusiast who is trying to orchestrate Akira's death and catch it on camera. Saki's friends at the Eden of the East project have found their software turned into a successful small business due to global recognition of the software's role in stopping the missile attacks. Images of Akira pointing at the missiles and instructing for them to be shot down have widely circulated across the globe, making him a folk hero dubbed the "Air King".
Saki visits Brooklyn overlooking the east river and where the Twin Towers used to be. She tries to re-create the scene from a picture Akira took on his cellphone in Japan when they were on a ferry and the background reminded them of the site and encounters him there. After Number 6 repeatedly attempts to assassinate Akira and Saki, the pair is rescued by Number The film ends with Saki and Akira on No.
This film picks up from the end of the first film with Saki and Takizawa on the private jet back to Japan provided by No. He wakes up just as the air stewardess approaches him with an "Air King" shirt, just as ordered by No. Takizawa and Saki land in Tokyo only to be escorted off by the supporters of the late Iijima. Iijima's wife calls Takizawa a disgrace to Iijima and is determined to have their DNA tested as well as keeping Takizawa under her custody until a hearing for Takizawa's terrorism plots a few days later.
Takizawa however, manages to escape with the help of one of the AKX, the newly renamed 20, NEETs who helped Takizawa save Japan twice over from the missile crisis of Careless Monday and subsequent attacks. He gets into contact Hirasawa and the rest of Eden of the East to find out that they have in fact already been tracing the Juiz units after learning of Mononobe's intentions from the phone logs intercepted by Itazu.
Takizawa leaves to intercept the trailer that carries his Juiz unit but not before telling Saki to help locate his mother, whom he suspects to be the woman with the umbrella he saw on Careless Monday. Saki and Osugi use the Eden of the East system to search for the owner of the Mameshiba, the dog the woman left behind when she was presumably running away from Takizawa.
They successfully locate her at a Thai restaurant and proceeds to question her if she was Takizawa's mother. It is revealed at the end of the film that she is in fact hospitalised, and graciously thanks Mr.
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Could you explain the ending of Higashi no Eden the last episode (11)?
After spending almost all of his money without accomplishing the mission given by Mr. He is stabbed by his wife while attempting to return the phone to Akira, but manages to warn him of how dangerous the game is before dying.
Hiura is a year-old former talented doctor specializing in neurosurgery. Due to an accident, his hands are unable to be used in surgeries that require precise accuracy, and eventually he resigns. Based on his former thought that the number of patients a doctor can help is limited, Hiura uses the cellphone to aim for the ideal treatment for all illnesses. He is eliminated by the Supporter after spending all of his money, and although he failed to save Japan, he tells Akira that he succeeded in his own mission.
In The King of Eden movie, it's revealed that the Supporter didn't kill him; instead he erased his memories. Naomoto [note 1] appears in The King of Eden movie as one of the major antagonists.
A film director who intends to film the "ideal movie," with Akira and Saki as the main characters, and to ultimately kill them in a way that has never before been seen in film. For that reason, he causes the protagonists a lot of problems, especially Saki, because he figures that the prince will come to save 'the damsel in distress'. His ill-conceived plot is foiled thanks to Shiratori's successful extraction of Takizawa and Saki in her Porsche Cayenne.
He is last seen in police custody in America. The male protagonist of the series. The perpetrator responsible for the missiles fired on Careless Monday. He allies with Mononobe, as they have similar goals. In The King of Eden movie, he appears to be inactive, but he reveals to Tsuji that he has broken his phone in a bid to evade Mononobe, who is tracking him, resulting in his elimination from the game. He soon becomes obsessed with getting revenge against Takizawa. However, he is run over by Mononobe's car when he attempts to murder Takizawa.
It is unclear whether he survives or not. Shiratori is president of a model agency by day; however, by night she is a serial killer.
She uses the Noblesse Oblige cellphone to clean up evidence of her murders and cover up her crimes. She kills men by severing their penises "Johnnies" with a cigar cutter.
In The King of Eden movie, she allies with Akira, saving him from various problems. She is eliminated from the game when she shields Akira's Juiz trailer from a missile launched by Mononobe with her own trailer.
He is later hinted to be Mr. Saizo also has four female helpers who call him "grandpa" and assist him with the game. Takizawa manages to keep his memories and tracks down Saizo so that they can work together to improve Japan.
She gives them information and provides for their requests to be answered, from executing large scale purchases to bribing authorities and conducting assassinations. In episode 10, it is revealed that Juiz isn't human but is an advanced artificial intelligence. In the King of Eden Movie, it is further revealed that there are twelve copies of Juiz, each housed in a device disguised as a cargo trailer. The Juiz devices originally were stored in a facility that Mononobe found, but they were relocated to mobile platforms, leaving behind large holes at the facility.
Judging by the differing reactions of the various Juizes, the AIs appear to be independent entities, but initialized from the same generative code base. In episode 10, a woman appears at ATO headquarters with the same voice and manner of speech as Juiz; this serves to cast doubt on whether she is actually Juiz or whether her voice and personality if not her memories simply were used as the model for developing Juiz.
In the Paradise Lost movie, the woman is revealed to be one of Mr. Outside's four quadruplet granddaughters: Production[ edit ] The series was announced in 's 23rd issue of Hakusensha 's Young Animal manga magazinedenoting Kamiyama's involvement as creator, director and writer and Umino's involvement as character designer.
On September 26,the studio released Eden of the East Compilation: Air Communication, a film retelling of the events of the series.