Digimon: Digital Monsters

Season 2 Episode 34

A Chance Encounter

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Feb 24, 2001 on TV Asahi
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Yolei leaves Poromon with the others when she has to go on a field trip, but unknown portals open allowing Digimon into the real world.

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  • Yolei goes on an field trip with her class to Kyoto.Leaving her digimon alone with Izzy.

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    So Yolei goes off on her field trip.Izzy explains to Ken about things and also that there are more digi destined,than there are.Yolei meets Sora's father and Joe's brother.Sora father Mr.Takenouchi explains about the 4 gods from the mythology.Blackwargreymon appearance in the real world.You know what is strange and werid? The two girls who are Yolei's friend Michelle and I don't know the other name I forgot.Weren't they there in Season 1? During that episode where they were heading back home from camp.When they were getting ready to leave? If it was them than wow 0_o than they had not age an bit.I think that was an artist mistake or something.I am not sure.But anyway this was an great episode.moreless
R. Martin Klein

R. Martin Klein

Mr. Takenouchi

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Steven Jay Blum

Steven Jay Blum

BlackWarGreymon

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Doug Erholtz

Doug Erholtz

Jim Kido

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Richard Epcar

Richard Epcar

Apemon

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    • Japanese Title: Today, Miyako Is In Kyoto

    • Apemon and Musyamon make their debut, the others walking with BlackWarGreymon are unknown.

    • In the original, Joe's brother,who is with Sora's father, is not Jim from season 1. It is like this in original. Jim's name is Shin, and Joe's brother is named Shou.

    • This introduces the mythlogical aspect of Kyoto, which was originally the captital of Japan, but now it's a spiritual symbol in Japan's Shinto legends.

      The most noted of asian myth are four Saint Beasts: Suzaku: Crimson Phoenix of the South
      Genbu: Dark Tortoise of the North
      Byakko: The White Tiger of the West
      Seiryuu: The Blue Dragon of the East.

      These four are linked to the Four Deva Kings of Chinese myth, and they are key figures in Digimon Tamers (but of course, each one is given a different name than those of legend).

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