Yoigoshi-hen

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Yoigoshi-hen
Written ByRyukishi07
Illustrated ByMimori
Published By
  • Square Enix (Japanese)
  • Yen Press (English)
DemographicSeinen
MagazineGFantasy
Original run2006 - ongoing
Volumes2

Yoigoshi-hen (宵越し編 Beyond Midnight Chapter?) is a manga-only side story and "what-if" scenario based on Tsumihoroboshi-hen. Yoigoshi-hen acts as an epilogue after an alternate ending to Tsumihoroboshi-hen wherein Rena Ryuuguu succeeds in destroying the Hinamizawa school, killing herself, her friends, and her classmates in the process.

Plot

Characters

Villagers

Outsiders

Mentioned

Deaths and Disappearances

All deaths and disappearances are listed only as they are told in Yoigoshi-hen and apply only for the individual arc, not the overall series.

Deaths

  • Mion Sonozaki, died in the Hinamizawa school explosion June 1983.
  • Keiichi Maebara, died in the Hinamizawa school explosion June 1983.
  • Rena Ryuuguu, died in the Hinamizawa school explosion June 1983.
  • Satoko Houjou, died in the Hinamizawa school explosion June 1983.
  • Rika Furude, died in the Hinamizawa school explosion June 1983.
  • Everyone in Hinamizawa not listed otherwise, died June 26, 1983 of gas poisoning during Great Hinamizawa Disaster.
  • Some people who used to live in Hinamizawa, started showing erratic behavior right after Great Hinamizawa Disaster. Some died mysteriously in hospitals, while others started dying in other strange ways.
  • Mion and Shion's Father, died of an illness a few years before 2006.
  • Akane Sonozaki, shot by a yakuza assassin on orders from Mifune. She later died in the hospital where she was admitted.
  • Akutagawa, committed suicide via carbon monoxide exposure June 21, 2006.
  • Chiaki, committed suicide via carbon monoxide exposure June 21, 2006.
  • Machi, committed suicide via carbon monoxide exposure June 21, 2006.
  • Takumi Kurosawa, strangled to death by Yae Towada June 21, 2006.
  • Mifune, slashed in the back by Shion Sonozaki June 22, 2006.