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Two females, a surgeon and an investigative consultant, lead this bold interpretation of Sherlock Holmes.

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After Toru's death, Wato relies on Dr.Irikawa; Sherlock tries to keep a nuclear warhead design from falling into Akira Moriwaki's hands.
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While on the run from the police, Sherlock races against time to stop Akira Moriwaki from infecting Tokyo with a deadly virus.
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Yuichi Takayama receives a severed ear in the mail; Sherlock gets closer to understanding the truth behind Stella Maris.
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Sherlock gets called in to help find a missing bride; Wato learns she suffers from PTSD and has flashbacks.
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Wato's childhood friend approaches her with a problem; Mrs. Hatano asks Sherlock to help clear her name in a theft.
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Dr. Hiroshi Watanuki is tortured to get information on a top-secret drug; Wato and Miss Sherlock try to find out why.
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Miss Sherlock is approached for help after a vandal draws a mustache on a famous painting.
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Wato Tachibana has just returned to Japan from Syria; when her mentor suddenly dies, consulting detective Miss Sherlock is put on the case.

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