Higurashi Tea Party Podcast 4: Himatsubushi

With this podcast complete, our analysis of the question arcs of both Higurashi AND Umineko have finally come to a close. I Aspirety am joined once more by our MVP VyseGolbez the Challenger and Rabla the Crimson, together with pictoshark the High Impact making his first debut on our podcasts. Our newcomers to the series will now make their final push toward uncovering the mysteries of Hinamizawa before the answers reveal themselves in Meakashi. For this podcast, we tried something different by including a slow scroll through the forum discussion as the podcast’s video. What did you think of it? Would you like to see us do it for future podcasts as well?

My humble thanks to all the forum members for their discussion of this Chapter and in the spoilers topic too, and congratulations to VyseGolbez for earning the prestige of the Himatsubushi Tea Party MVP! You will be rewarded with a forum badge and a free Higurashi chapter of your choosing.

The Meakashi Tea Party has already begun, and will be running for three weeks until we jump over to the console-exclusive Someutsushi! Those participating in the Tea Parties are welcome to begin reading and discussing as soon as they wish. And don’t forget, we’re hosting a giveaway where you could win a Higurashi Steam Key or a Higurashi Sou Concert DVD! Check the article for more details and help us spread the word of this Tea Party to everyone we can; we need to make this the biggest celebration of Meakashi in the western world! And don’t forget, we’re offering a prize for fanart contributions!

If you’d prefer to download and listen to the Tea Party offline, we’ve prepared an mp3 you can download here. For more information about the Higurashi Tea Party, including links to relevant forum topics and future episodes, keep an eye on our Higurashi Tea Party Page.

All music used in this podcast are the property of their respective rights holders. Feel free to message me if you’d like to know the source of a music track!

Aspirety

Benevolent founder of the Kazoku collective. We should treat everything as a mission!