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Jigoku Shoujo Mitsuganae


Alternative Titles

English: Hell Girl: Three Vessels
Synonyms: Hell Girl 3, Jigoku Shoujo 3
Japanese: 地獄少女 三鼎

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 26
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 4, 2008 to Apr 4, 2009
Premiered: Fall 2008
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Aniplex, Tokyo MX
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: Studio Deen
Source: Original
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

Statistics

Score: 7.811 (scored by 23,797 users)
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Ranked: #8342
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #979
Members: 58,898
Favorites: 262
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Episodes: /26

Synopsis

After the events of the second season, Ai's three helpers, Ichimoku Ren, Wanyuudou, and Hone-Onna live out their lives in relative peace. This is suddenly shattered when Kikuri returns to recruit them. Meanwhile, Ai mysteriously reappears from the dead and uses the body of a young schoolgirl, Yuzuki Mikage, to continue the Jigoku Tsuushin operation. Yuzuki is aware of Ai's presence, however, when she can see what Ai sees.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Enma, Ai
Enma, Ai
Main
Noto, Mamiko
Japanese
Noto, Mamiko
Ichimoku, Ren
Ichimoku, Ren
Main
Matsukaze, Masaya
Japanese
Matsukaze, Masaya
Hone Onna
Hone Onna
Main
Honda, Takako
Japanese
Honda, Takako
Kikuri
Kikuri
Main
Sakai, Kanako
Japanese
Sakai, Kanako

Staff

Watanabe, Hiroshi
Watanabe, Hiroshi
Director
Kosaka, Harume
Kosaka, Harume
Episode Director
Jinbo, Masato
Jinbo, Masato
Episode Director, Storyboard
Takamura, Yuuta
Takamura, Yuuta
Episode Director


Edit Opening Theme

"Tsukihana -tsukihana-" by Nana Kitade

Edit Ending Theme

"Ichi Nuke" by Noto Mamiko




More reviewsReviews

naganje
Jun 29, 2009
Maybe not as good as Futakomori, but still a must watch for every fan of Enma Ai.

The story is pretty much similar to what we have seen in the two previous seasons, people are being sent to hell and hatred is released, though this time hatred gives birth to more hatred.

Throughout the season it can be noticed that the creators have decided to use the ideas the fans found rather pleasing in the past. Once again someone tries to make a stand against the jigoku tsuushin, similarly to what has happened in the first season of the series. While new characters are introduced stories about read more
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DraconisMarch
Dec 20, 2011
Ah... the final installment of Jigoku Shoujo. Sadly, all good things come to an end, but some ends are uglier than others.

*If you haven't seen Futakomori (season two), stop reading now and watch that first. If you haven't seen Jigoku Shoujo (season one), why are you even here?

Mitsuganae is like a monkey on a unicycle: At the beginning, it looks cool and interesting--until you realize it doesn't make much sense (plot holes and discontinuity issues). But then, the monkey starts throwing its poop at you. Then (starting at episode 13), it starts using its tail to try to clean the read more
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mrsjunmatsumoto
Apr 13, 2009
Story:
Basically the frame of each episode is the same as season 1 and 2 *people sending other people to hell*, but the new twist of Ai being reborn with Yuzuki as the medium is very interesting. It get's interesting with every episode because it unfolds the deeper story of Yuzuki's involvement with Ai.

Art:
Effects are basically the same as 1 and 2 but I love Ai's new kimono. The effects of it is really great. Opening and closing vids are amazingly colorful.

Sound:
Timing and choice of sound effects add the eerie effect at key points of the story. Making you anticipate something coming.

Character:
Though old characters retained their read more
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Fye_DX
May 7, 2009
Quick Review (For lazy readers!):
Thinking back to the time I watched the other Jigoku Shoujo seasons, I guess this was the one that took me the longest to finish. I just didn't feel like it, and it seemed worse than the other 2.
You can probably get bored of it, after all it is really similar to what we have seen so far. The last episodes were pretty good though.
A- for fans, and probably an C+/B for other people watching it.
Worth watching. Overall: 8/10
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Story (6/10):
This is surely the worst season of the 3. The story was not BAD, but it was rather boring because you mostly read more
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