Erased Anime Ending Explained. Boku Dake Ga Iani Machi was originally a manga-serie. Between 2012 and 2016, it was broadcast as a magazine. There was also a TV series, but the best adaptation was from an anime miniseries with twelve episodes. The manga/anime series’ concept was very cool. The manga/anime series featured a 29-year-old man who had the unique ability to prevent deaths and casualties by going back to the time before the incident.
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Many Erased fans were fascinated by the anime. We will be sharing our views and comparing it with other manga series’ endings. Stay tuned for the Nntheblog article if you’re interested!
Is Erased a happy conclusion?
Satoru Fujinuma (29 years old) is a manga artist and part-time pizza delivery man at his local pizza joint. He is introverted and shy, and has poor communication skills. He pretends to be a friend so that he doesn’t get left alone. He also has a bad reputation for his anti-social and rude behavior.
He tried to ignore kidnappings because he felt guilty for similar situations that had happened to classmates and his friends. Sachiko Fujinuma was his mother and a journalist who witnessed a man kidnap her child. She tried to warn Satoru, his mother, about the kidnapper/possible killer, but it was too late. Satoru was stabbed by the same man.
He has another “revival”, this time he saves a young girl who was being hit by a truck. Satoru finds his mother dead at home and is falsely accused of her murder. He is able to “revive” himself 18 years ago, when he was elementary school. His mission is simple. Save Kayo, his classmate from kidnapping and death.
Although the story continues steadily, some fans were not happy with the ending. After Yashiro, Yashiro’s real killer, attempted to drown him, Satoru is taken to the hospital. Satoru survived, saving his classmates. But he lost all of his memories, and was in a coma 15 years later. Yashiro (who goes by another name) takes Satoru to a roof and confronts his condition.
Yashiro doesn’t know that Satoru’s memories were reconstructed and that he had planned everything with his friends before he died. Satoru laughs at Yashiro and tells him that Satoru needs his help. He has all the answers. Yashiro thinks he’s in control. But Satori challenges Yashiro to get off the hospital roof.
Yashiro realizes he doesn’t have any reason to leave. Although he wants to jump, he realizes that Satori is still healthy and well in the care of his friends. Gaku Yashiro finally is caught by authorities and sent away to prison. Satoru meets Airi Katagiri in the anime’s final scene. She was a woman he first met in 2006 and who believes he didn’t kill his mother. After Satoru was woken from his coma in 2003, their meeting marked Satoru’s second chance at expressing his feelings for her.
It can be said that Erased anime ended with a happy ending. Satori also means that three of the original victims are alive today.
Kayo is a married man from Erased
Many fans wanted Kayo to marry Satoru in the endgame. But this didn’t happen. Kayo and Satoru saved Kayo but she kept in contact with Hiromi, Kenya and Satoru. Kayo left her abusive mother and stayed with her grandmother. For the rest of her adult life, she was able leave her abusive mother behind.
Kayo, a classmate and friend of Hiromi, married Kayo during Satoru’s coma. Mirai is their son. He has strong resemblances with his father. She visited Satoru at the hospital every day, even during his coma.
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The conclusion of Erased is straightforward – everyone deserves another chance. Kayo’s story in the manga was more detailed. Kayo’s school teacher is Yashiro. She kills Kayo. In her youth, she was abused by her mother and now suffers from depression. Satoru saved her, became her friend, and gave her a second chance at her life.
The same applies to Hiromi Sugita and Aya Naganishi who were their classmates in 2003. Satoru’s mother, Hiromi Sugita, is also alive and allows her to see her son, who is a mature man who loves helping others. Yashiro was a sadistic and murderer in his youth. Yashiro murdered his brother because he was being abused by him. Since then, he has been murdering young girls. He does this to fulfill his life’s purpose and desire.
The spider thread is associated with interesting symbolism. All of Yashiro’s victims had a spider string attached to them. This was a reference to Akugatawa’s famous story, which Yashiro told in the anime. One act of kindness is offered to a terrible sinner in exchange for his life of wickedness. In exchange for redemption, he offers to spare one spider.
The sinner cut the spider thread when he climbed out to heaven. This marked the end of the road towards redemption. The anime ends with Yashiro cutting Yashiro’s thread. This is to show that Yashiro doesn’t have any redeeming qualities, and that Satoru has finally shown him that he was just using innocent souls to climb out metaphorical hell.
Yashiro is inspired to live by Satoru due to the boy and the man who stopped Yashiro from doing the thing he loves most, killing innocent girls. Yashiro is fascinated with Satoru, as he stopped him from having the pleasure of “ruling” over others. With the death of Satoru, the killer’s purpose in life is lost and Yashiro also wants to die.
The scene in which Satoru seems to be killing himself is another symbolism. The original murder children in 1988, Kenya and Hiromi, Kayo and Satoru’s mother Sachiko are all waiting for Satoru to save their lives. Yashiro finally breaks free from the web and it snaps. Another quote follows: It is all well in the end if you act well.
Satoru is an introverted and antisocial man. Sometimes he pretends to be with his friends. Airi Katagiri, a woman who ignores his disapprovals, worms her ways into Satoru’s heart and never gets a chance to tell him how he feels.
Satoru is taken refuge by the Japanese snow at end of anime. Satoru discovers that a woman ran towards his shelter trying to escape from the snow. Satoru realizes it is Airi, the girl he used to love in another life, and how she supported him through his worst times. Satoru didn’t stop believing.
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After Yishiro’s imprisonment, Satoru and his family were able to continue living a normal life with close friends and their families. Satoru is seen under the bridge drawing manga. He is surprised when a young girl stumbles upon him by a blue butterfly. Airi, who he had previously met under the same bridge, is revealed to him to be it.
They have another chance: they can finally express their feelings and live the life they’ve always wanted.