In episode 64 the Tokyo arc draws to a close with a focus on Koyuki.

Oddly enough, while Ginta is barefoot talking to Koyuki in the kitchen as she runs out (4m50s) as he chases her out the front door he suddenly is wearing his shoes (4m53s) so some time may have lapsed even though it's presented continuously or else Ginta is just that fast.

Also Dorothy is barefoot while they're sitting around talking ~15m but wearing her shoes when they take off on the broom.

Here the term "nisemono" is used a lot (meaning "fake") as in Nisemonogatari.

In the end, the moon begins to fall, just like in Majora's Mask, a Legend of Zelda game produced for the Nintendo 64.

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