Then he swore he'd never

speak again.

He said he didn't want his dad

to be sad again.

He believes...

Ryuichi died because of him.

I want to go home.

I want to go home.

I want to go home.

Can't you sleep?

Come and sit here.

- Put one more on there.

- One's enough.

- Why?

- This looks much better.

There it is.

Dolphins look really cool.

A dolphin?

There's only two of them

in the world.

Only two?

Only we have the same ones.

Nice strap.

Pretty, isn't it'?

Did he sleep?

What did Dr. Okina say'?

Same as the doctor in Tokyo.

He's a traumatic mute.

Does it take long to cure?

The doctor said it will.

Ayumi is the same age as Satoshi.

Same age, is she?

She also had a hard time,

but she's fine now.

Will Satoshi recover, too?

Of course.

We will cure him.

I'm sure of it.


Where are you going?

Hello there.

Back, back.


Hey, Satoshi!

Do you recognize the island?

I don't know.

We went there with your mother.

How old was I'?

About four years old, I guess.

The ceremony called "Hiwatashi."

In summer, the local

boys swim from the island.

How far is it'?

- About 3.2 km.

- That's tough.

After you do it,

you're recognized as a man.

I once did it.

- No way!

- It's true.

- You liar.

- No, I'm not.

Satoshi, take this to Dr. Okina.

It's an offering,

so don't drop it.



Hi, Satoshi.

You've brought an offering, have you?




Do you like fire'?

Give it to them, please.

Ayumi, time to cook the rice.

You don't wash rice,

you grind it.

Use your palm as if

you're grinding it.

Want to try?

Your cooking is much better.

I'll have seconds.

You've done a good job.

I've seen him around,

who is he?

No idea.

You came from Tokyo, didn't you?

Have you seen live soccer?

Hey, wait.

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