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  • Title: ヒガンバナ
  • Title (romaji): Higanbana
  • Also known as: Whispers from a Crime Scene
  • Genre: Crime, detective, mystery
  • Broadcast network: NTV


Higanbana SP
  • Tagline: 女たちの犯罪ファイル / Onnatachi no Hanzai File
  • Format: Tanpatsu
  • Viewership ratings: 11.3%
  • Broadcast date: 2014-Oct-24
  • Air time: Saturday 21:00


The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department creates a new division which consists of 5 female detectives. The new division is called Higanbana which is a flower with a poison root. The 5 female detective have their own specialties and sensitivities. The women try to solve a murder that took place at the wedding of a female doctor.

Detective Kinomiya Nagisa is a member of Higanbana. She has the special ability of sensing a criminal's murderous intent and ill will.

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Season 1

  • Tagline: 警視庁捜査七課 / Keishichou Sousa Nanaka
  • Format: Renzoku
  • Episodes: 10
  • Viewership ratings: 9.59%
  • Broadcast period: 2016-Jan-13 to 2016-Mar-16
  • Air time: Wednesday 22:00
  • Theme song: Saigo no Sayonara by JY
  • Opening theme: RADIO by JY


Nagisa, the heroine, has the ability to “synch” with all the powerful emotions that linger in crime scenes.

When this happens though, she blacks out. Even in her day-to-day life, she can hear people's evil intentions and true colors and senses their lies and deception. That is why she always wears headphones in order to shut out people's emotions. She works well with her colleagues at the "Higanbana" (Red Spider Lily) unit, who are all brutally honest acid-tongued women with no qualms about speaking their minds. "Higanbana" is an eclectic unit that includes a science geek, a single mom, and a woman who grew up abroad. Seen by many as a department that's been taken off the main career track, "Higanbana" turns out to be full of fabulous detectives! -- NTV


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  • In episode 05, when Kimoniya was asked about how was her junior high period ; she replied : It was hell. This may refers to major drama Nobuta wo Produce.

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