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Lupin III: Burning Memory - Tokyo Crisis (1998) - Plot Summary Poster

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  • Lupin attempts to get his hands on a treasure map, but finds himself in a crisis where the future of Tokyo hangs in the balance.

  • Lupin has his eye set on a set of unique photographic plates, which hold the key to an ancient treasure dating back to the Edo period. These plates are in the keeping of Michael Suzuki, a multi-millionaire who is about to open a water park in Tokyo. Unfortunately, two of his partners aren't in good condition at the moment: marksman Daisuke Jigen is suffering from a toothache that impedes his aim, and swordsman Goemon Ishikawa has had his prized sword stolen from him... and in Suzuki's collection! Meanwhile, Inspector Zenigata must reluctantly deal with Maria, a journalist assigned to report on the Lupin case but who would much rather report on Suzuki. However, she holds a dark secret to Suzuki's past that he is prepared to hide at any cost. And just what is the secret hidden within the plates?

  • In Tokyo, Japan it's a matter of days for the theme park resort, AquaLand to open on August 1st. Micheal Susuki, owner of the resort owns part of the set of photographic plates that are linked to a hidden fortune. Lupin is after these photograph plates himself, Jigen is unable to concentrate on his shooting skills due to his tooth ache, Goemon has teamed up with Fujiko for his own reasons, while Zenigata is accompanied by a journalist named Maria, who's given permission to tag along with him to make an article on him. Maria however is not your average young journalist, as she has the ability to see visions of upcoming events. It's all a mystery until it's August 1st.


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