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The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window Episode 8 Release Date

Hanzawa and the two sorcerers solve unusual evil ghost incidents in The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window Episode 8. Hanzawa met with Mikado and discussed his wife. He reveals that she is doing well, but that she is not getting enough sleep. Mikado mentioned Erika in the most recent episode of The Night Beyond-the-Tricornered Window and discovered Hanzawa previously suggested a single high school girl is linked with those situations. Hanzawa is perplexed as to why they must discuss it, given that Mikado trusted Erika. Mikado discovers he mistook Erika for someone else in the past.

Hanzawa suggested they should eat first, and Mikado wanted to tell him more about Erika. Mikado wonders if Hnazawa will solve the case of Rihito Hiyakawa. Hanzawa admits that Rihito Hiyakawa had met with him and sold him odd information. The two met at Rihito’s residence that day, and Rihito recounts the story of a kidnapped girl and wants Hanzawa to pay him to provide him further information. But Hanzawa believes he is being asked to pay for someone’s life. He wonders where Rihito obtains his information.

Hanzawa worries if Rihito is intelligent enough to utilize his bran to collect all of the information in that instance. He informed Hanzawa about the girl and how she died, and Hanzawa discovered useful information. Rihito became renowned as a result, and Hanzawa began to trust everything Rihito says because his knowledge was useful. Hanzawa explains why he continues to accept Rihito’s cases. Some individuals, he said Mikado, could not be rescued. Mikado realizes he wants to assist Erika. You can find out more about The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window Episode 8 Release Date, Spoilers, Where to watch Online and More.

The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window Episode 8 Release Date

The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window Episode 8 Release Date is Sunday,

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Hanzawa urged Mikado not to blame himself when he tries to help someone whose hand he can’t reach. Mikado refused to give up and stated that he would work hard to find a solution. Mikado checks his smartphone and wonders why he hasn’t received a message from Erika. Hanzawa go. He feels he is missing something in Erika’s case and is stumped. Mikado was reading an article on the worst mass suicide since World War II. He discovered that everyone had perished that day except for the youngster who had been held hostage by the police, who had been found.

Mikado receives a message from Erika and understands he must check the window. When he turned around, he noticed Erika’s shadow had dissipated, and he was shocked to see a bodyguard pin him with a table. Erika comes, questioning him about what he told the detective about her while she has been observing him. She mentions the deceased folks and how it will be easier for her with them around. Erika reminds Mikado of the things she does and how she is forced to do them.

She asks Mikado what he thinks would happen if the person pressuring her finds out about the cops. Mikado realizes that the guy may attempt to murder her. Erika instructs him to confess the truth, and Mikado learns that he did not discuss Erika with Hanzawa, but rather Rihito. She informed him that she wanted to have a good life and that she didn’t want to be the one who died. Erika loses control, and her curse begins to afflict the bodyguard who relinquishes Mikado.

Where Can I Watch The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window ?

On Sunday, you can watch The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window Episode 8 online on Crunchyroll. If you are not in Japan, you can watch The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window Episode 8 online on VRV via Crunchyroll.

How Many Episodes Will It Have?

It has been announced that the “The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window” anime will have a total of 12 episodes and will air from . A new episode will be released Weekly on Sunday 03:00 PM JST.

The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window Staff Details

Directed by
  • Daiji Iwanaga (Chief)
  • Yoshitaka Yasuda
Written byAyumi Sekine
Music byEvan Call
StudioZero-G
Licensed byCrunchyroll
Original networkTokyo MX, SUN, BS Fuji
Original run October 3, 2021

More About The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window

When he was younger, Kosuke Mikado reported seeing phantoms and other paranormal phenomena. He worked his way up to being a bookshop clerk, and now seeing a ghostly presence scares him to death. Rihito Hiyakawa, a man who has no fear, meets Mikado along the way, and Mikado learns that he is safe and that his life is about to change. Rihito is a ruthless exorcist who knows no social bounds and is unafraid to use magic. After teleporting inside Mikado’s body, Rihito performs exorcisms to rid the world of ghosts. Mikado enlisted Rihito’s help because they were both capable of seeing ghosts.

They joined forces, formed a strong collaboration, and found paranormal occurrences involving Erika Hiura, a student at the school. Erika is a ruthless mercenary necromancer who casts spells on unsuspecting victims as a means of profit. In the course of their investigation, Mikado and Rihito discovered that the latter was harboring secrets. When Kosuke Mikado first arrived in Japan, he made friends with Rihito and Kazuomi Sakaki, along with Erika Hiura, Keita Muka, and Hiroki Hanzawa as well. When Kosuke Mikado first saw Rihito, he tried to stay away from him because ghosts are his biggest dread.

But he was secretive about his abilities, and Rihto was privy to this information due to their close proximity. As a skilled exorcist, Rihito possesses the ability to speak with and exorcise ghosts with ease. He feels fatigued while they do exorcisms, but Mikado gives him more energy by using his abilities. As long as they can remember, the two have been hearing whispers about Erika Hiura, the curse-casting pupil. The old lady curses Erika because she lied to meet with her and claimed to be dying. Yamai, Mikado, and the book store manager all work at the same place. Mikado’s ghost story begins this way, and he joins forces with a friend to aid those who are afflicted.

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