MUSHI-SHI – Suzu no Shizuku

Mushishi Zoku Shou: Suzu no Shizuku

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On a warm summer day, a boy heard the sound of bells ringing, as if in celebration, in the mountain near his home. Several years later in that same mountain, the mushishi Ginko encounters a strange girl with weeds growing out of her body. Soon after, Ginko coincidentally runs into the now grown-up boy Yoshiro on his way off the mountain. With Yoshiro’s help, Ginko soon begins to uncover who this mysterious girl is and what happened to her. An adaptation of the last arc in the manga, Mushishi Zoku Shou: Suzu no Shizuku follows Ginko’s peculiar journey amidst the occult to unravel the mystery behind the enigmatic girl called Kaya and the mountain that has become her home.

User Rating: 4.72 ( 3 votes)


Japanese: 蟲師 続章: 鈴の雫
Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: May 16, 2015
Producers: Aniplex, Kodansha, Delfi Sound
Studios: Artland
Source: Manga
Genres: Adventure, Fantasy, Historical, Mystery, Seinen, Slice of Life, Supernatural
Duration: 47 min
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
Resolution: 720p, 1080p
Type: BD, Eng Sub

Characters & Voice Actors


Hiroshi Nagahama – Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Lucy Rose – Theme Song Performance
Toshio Masuda – Music
Yuki Urushibara – Original Creator
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Theme Songs

OP1: “Shiver” by Lucy Rose
ED1: “Suzu no Shizuku” (鈴の雫) by Toshio Masuda


A great finale movie that aims to stand with the previous stories rather than trying to be the end all be all ultimate Mushishi story.


Emotive and engaging storytelling, exquisite art, immaculate soundtrack and one of the most tonally rich shows in the medium. Truly special.


The closing story for Mushishi is a wonderful watch. It’s satisfying though some part of you will still want to see more of Ginko’s travels.


A beautiful story. I love the atmosphere of this anime. Its only enhanced by the gorgeous scenery and phenomenal score.


The Best


What bothers me (in a good way) is that they never even bother to answer “why me?” question. People shouldn’t do that in real life either.


Great movie, fits the style and aesthetic of the series. A great watch!



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