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See You Again Soon
S3E13-2019 (507)
Episode Information
Kanji いってきます
Rōmaji Itte Kimasu
Air Date June 28, 2021 (JP)
June 28, 2021 (US)
Chapters 134, 136
Staff Information
Director Yoshihide Ibata (JP)
Script Taku Kishimoto (JP)
Music Information
Opening None
Ending Haru Urara
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See You Again Soon (いってきます, Itte Kimasu) is the thirteenth and final episode of the third season of the Fruits Basket 2019 Anime.

Summary[]

Tohru, the Somas, and all of their friends prepare for the next chapters of their lives.

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Characters[]

Trivia[]

  • This episode title is taken from one of Tohru Honda's lines.

Anime and Manga Differences[]

  • Kyo and Tohru's date at the zoo had happened earlier before visiting Kyoko's grave from later in Chapter 134.
  • While the girls were playing with the cats, Kyo was sitting on a bench in the manga instead of sitting on the ground.
  • The anime shortened Kyo’s narration recalling why Tohru was collecting his Juzu beads.
  • Details on Yuki and Kakeru’s conversation about attending colleges:
    • Kakeru’s girlfriend, Komaki, was present during the conversation in the manga. Because her character got removed from the anime, this led to some of the lines in this scene to be changed and the scene being shortened.
    • One part of the scene lost as a result of the changes was that Ayame and Mine were revealed to be looking for a new apartment for Yuki and planning to make it over at the behest of the real estate agent showing them around.
    • The scene showing Machi arriving at Kakeru's apartment to see him and Yuki originally took place a little later in Chapter 134 following another scene with Kyo and the girls. Like Yuki and Kakeru's conversation, some content in the scene got changed for the anime due to Komaki no longer being present.
  • Following Kyo getting flustered at Saki sensing he was thinking about her, there was a small scene removed from the anime where Kyo continued assuming she was reading his thoughts and Saki commenting that her level of spiritual power was different from his.
  • When Tohru recalled Kyo crashing through the roof of her bedroom at Shigure's house, there was a sunflower background used at that point in the manga meant to make mention of the scene come off as comical instead of reflective.
  • Additional flashback scenes were added in the anime while Tohru was reflecting on her times with the Sohma family.
  • For the anime, Machi's bed is missing the Mogeta doll that Yuki got for her in the manga during their conversation.
  • Isuzu's rant about not forgiving Akito for the suffering she gave Tohru and the other Sohmas originally took place in Chapter 133 of the manga, being a bit longer and having some different lines. She originally said this while Tohru and Kyo were visiting her at Kazuma’s dojo. Originally in the manga, the scene was more lighter with Isuzu simply commenting that she was okay with being apart, while also admitting she’d be angry and sulking. This would lead to Haru teasing her as she felt embarrassed admitting this instead of comforting her as in the anime.
  • Due to the change in Isuzu's dialogue for the anime, this changed the subject of Kazuma and Saki's conversation upon observing Isuzu, Haru, and Momiji as Saki and Kazuma commented on some of the former cursed Sohma still recovering from the pains of their pasts in the anime. Their conversation was longer in the manga, with both commenting on the joyful mood and Kunimitsu expressing shock about Saki now living at the dojo, before Saki's intimidating aura leads him to back off.
  • The flashbacks that Kazuma, Saki, Kureno, Arisa, Shigure, and Akito had with their times with Tohru were removed from the anime.

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