After all that's happened fate brings Jin, Mugen and Fuu back
together. They meet a mysterious man, Okuru, who is wanted
for committing arson against his own village. And yet, Mugen
identifies with him. While travelling further to the south,
the three get caught up in a graffiti competition. Who can
"tag" the most dangerous place? Can Mugen finally learn how
to read? In a small village, Fuu saves a girl who happens
to know the "sunflower samurai." With this more reliable clue,
they continue travelling to Nagasaki without knowing a deadly
trap awaits them...
Of The Lost Verse 2: This episode concludes the story
that was told in Part
Jin comes face to face with a man who he once considered to
be like a younger brother to him, but this is not a happy
reunion. Meanwhile, Mugen manages to get into a fight with
Of The Words: We discover that Mugen can't read. And to
add to his embarrassment a guy in the pub makes fun of him
and then passes out. Mugen, Jin and Fuu use this as a perfect
opportunity to get him to pay for their bill. However, the
man soon catches up with Mugen and, taking pity on him, teaches
him how to read. Meanwhile an old responsibility of Jin's
comes back to haunt him as he makes two guys enter into a
graffiti tag competition to settle a dispute.
Union: Our heroes try to save a woman called Yuri who
is on the run from two men. It soon becomes apparent that
the leader of a religious cult may have something to do with
this. Fuu finally reveals why she is looking for the samurai
that smells of sunflowers.
Of Entrapment Verse 1: A bar owner takes pity on Fuu and
offers her free food at his establishment but is a little
surprised when Mugen and Jin join her. Here they strike up
a conversation with Sara, a blind girl who is also a travelling
musician. Sara is able to sense other's auras and offers to
pay for the groups room and board if they travel with her.
But is she more than she seems? There's some great comedy
moments in this episode including a subtle gag where Jin asks
Mugen about his time in the hot spring with Sara: "Did
you see them?" To which Mugen replies: "See what?"
include a promo video (1 min); conceptual art (11 pics) and