Diamond is Unbreakable - Episode 33

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July 15th (Thursday), Part 3 (7月15日(木) その3 Shigatsu Jū-go-nichi (Moku) Sono 3)[1] is the thirty-third episode of Diamond is Unbreakable and the one hundred seventh episode of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure anime. It covers Chapter 406 through Chapter 409, Chapter 413, and Chapter 414.

The battle against Terunosuke Miyamoto. Josuke is quickly sealed in paper by Miyamoto's power Enigma and it is now Yuya Fungami's turn to fight the enemy and free his allies from the paper.


Terunosuke's Stand, Enigma, attacks as Josuke shows his fear tic

Having found a folded-up piece of paper dropped by the enemy Stand user Terunosuke Miyamoto, Josuke opens it and is promptly greeted by Terunosuke and his gun. Josuke is able to protect himself with Crazy Diamond, but still doesn't bite his lower lip, the fearful tic needed for Enigma to imprison him. Terunosuke takes the time to show how Enigma can seal anything in a slip of paper as a storage method, but because Enigma is a weak Stand, it cannot damage or kill anything/anyone unless the paper trapping it/them is torn. He then throws a slip of paper with Koichi's name on it in the path of an oncoming car, which Josuke attempts to catch. In the process, Josuke finally bites his lip and is captured by Enigma. Before being imprisoned, however, Josuke angrily states that he knew the paper really didn't have Koichi in it because it would devalue the latter's status as a hostage. Josuke then vows to kill Terunosuke before Enigma finishes sealing him up. Victorious, Terunosuke points out Yuya's tic of placing his hand on his chin when afraid, before releasing a taxi to drive off to the Morioh Grand Hotel and capture Jotaro.

Josuke uses Crazy Diamond to threaten Terunosuke and point out his tic

Yuya pursues Terunosuke with Highway Star, grabbing onto the taxi until it suddenly stops. Yuya is able to sniff out and avoid several traps placed by Enigma's paper, but is unable to stop Josuke and Koichi from being pulled into an indestructible paper shredder. Hopeless, Yuya touches his chin in fear, and is taken prisoner by Enigma. However when all hope for Josuke and Koichi seems to have faded, Yuya reveals that this was his intention, and takes advantage of his flattened state by successfully freeing Josuke and Koichi. The two then incapacitate and confront a terrified Terunosuke while Yuya takes the time to free himself. In an ironic twist, Josuke takes the time to point out Terunosuke's tic of closing one eye when scared and closing both eyes when extremely scared, before using Crazy Diamond and the refuse from the paper shredder to turn him into a book. Relieved, Josuke heads off to the library to deposit the book, titled Enigma; the strange nature of the book makes it another attraction among Morioh's residents.

The Stand Cheap Trick attaches itself to Rohan's back

Meanwhile, Rohan continues his meeting with Masazo, a meeting which turns sour when Masazo is trapped in such a way that his back is exposed to Rohan. Rohan fails to notice anything out of the ordinary in regards to Masazo's back, but the architect, who harbors a fear of people looking at it, quickly falls into despair. When Rohan tries to reassure Masazo, his renegade Stand Cheap Trick kills him and latches onto Rohan as a replacement host. Rohan repeatedly tries to flee from Cheap Trick, only for the Stand to persistently hold onto him, urging him to burn up his photo album. Rohan, realizing that this Stand is in league with Yoshihiro, deduces that at least one of the photos in the album could potentially disguise the incognito Kira, and attempts to use Heaven's Door to figure out how to defeat Cheap Trick before it's too late. However, Rohan is forced to abandon this plan: because he has become Cheap Trick's user, he cannot attack the Stand without harming himself. His only option is to show someone else his back, which would give Cheap Trick a new host. Knowing how this technique ended up killing Masazo, Rohan seeks to find a way to inform Koichi about Cheap Trick.


Minako Okura
(1st mentioned)
Satoru Nakae
(1st mentioned)


Chief Animation Director (総作画監督)
Action Animation Director (アクションディレクター)
Mechanical Animation Director (メカ作画監督)
Key Animation (原画)
Tomoki Uejo
Shuhei Fukuda
Kenji Yokoyama
Junichi Yokose
Yoko Uchida
Sae Akama
Hideyuki Sugiura
Kashiwa Anezaki
Kim Yeop
Tsuyoshi Moriyama
Jin Hirakawa
Mari Futamatsu
Yui Kinoshita
Ryo Yamauchi
Takashi Tanazawa
Natsue Chibayama
Cha Myoung Jun
Yukitoshi Houtani
Yuzuru Jogashima
Ayumu Ishidatami
Koji Nobuhara
Kohei Ashiya
Aiko Sonobe
Teruyo Kato
Yasufumi Soejima
Kenta Mimuro
Terumi Nishii
2nd Key Animation (第二原画)
Megumi Itoi
Nana Yamazaki
Yumika Ichimura
Kotaro Okazaki
Shin Hyung Woo
Saori Nakashiki
Mitsuko Baba
Shunichi Ishimoto
Terumi Nishii
Animation Planet
White Line
Asahi Production
Studio CL
CL Corporation Koenji
Triple A
Design Cooperation (デザイン協力)
Yoko Uchida
Misa Ito (伊藤実佐)


DU Episode 33: July 15th (Thursday), Part 3
Start End Title OST Description

A Lurking Evil
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Good Night Morioh Cho~
Josuke opens the piece of paper
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Nightwalk~
Rohan sees Kinoto's back/Cheap Trick appears
Great Days
Great Days
The Fate Which Still Remains
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Good Morning Morioh Cho~
Jotaro investigates the missing people of Morioh
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Good Morning Morioh Cho~
Cheap Trick is stuck to Rohan's back
Between the Silence...
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Good Night Morioh Cho~
Miyamoto seals Josuke
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Good Morning Morioh Cho~
Josuke promises to defeat Miyamoto
Sign of Fear
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Nightwalk~
Miyamoto tries to intimidate Yuya
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Nightwalk~
Rohan still stuck with Cheap Trick
Sign of Fear
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Nightwalk~
Miyamoto headed to Morioh Grand Hotel
Sudden Battle
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Good Morning Morioh Cho~
Yuya decides to fight
Shadow Lurking in Town
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Good Morning Morioh Cho~
Yuya investigates the taxi
Looming Crisis
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Good Morning Morioh Cho~
A shredder menacing Josuke & Koichi
Sudden Battle
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Good Morning Morioh Cho~
Yuya frees Josuke & Yuya
Diamond is Unbreakable -Main Theme-
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Good Morning Morioh Cho~
Josuke & Koichi defeat Miyamoto
Afternoon, Morioh
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Daydream~
Miyamoto becomes a book
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Daydream~
Miyamoto defeated but Cheap Trick remains
I Want You
I Want You
Diamond is Unbreakable -Main Theme-
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Good Morning Morioh Cho~
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Manga/Anime Differences

  • Changed the flow of the fights to be more dynamic by having the start of the Cheap Trick story arc occur at the same time as the fight against Enigma. In the manga, the Cheap Trick arc was only shown linearly after the Enigma Boy arc.
  • Added a scene of Jotaro with Joseph and Shizuka at the Morioh Grand Hotel, receiving a report of all the missing people from Morioh. Listed on the report are Minako Okura and her boyfriend Satoru Nakae, who appear in the My Dad Is Not My Dad arc.
  • Removed the taxi driver being confused about where he is after coming out of the paper.
  • Added a scene of Yoshihiro being glad that Josuke and Koichi were dealt with, and flying over to Rohan.
  • Removed Highway Star popping through Terunosuke's taxi door and grabbing Josuke's paper. The anime had Highway Star on top of the taxi instead.
    • Removed Terunosuke telling Yuya that he would be going against Kira's dad, with Highway Star replying to quit stalling with small talk. Terunosuke explains that anyone can open the paper for something inside of it to come out, making Highway Star look at the paper with Josuke trapped in it. Terunosuke immediately slams the door on Highway Star before asking the driver to go faster, and Highway Star splits apart into multiple feet. The anime skips to the scene afterwards, with Yuya counting how many kilometers the car is traveling.
  • Changed how Yuya rescued Josuke and Koichi. When he became paper in the manga, he was somehow attached to Josuke and Koichi's papers which allowed him to open them. In the anime, turning him into paper allowed Highway Star to split itself up into multiple sheets, being thin enough to grab Josuke and Koichi's papers out of the shredder.
  • Removed Echoes saying "Let's Kill Da Ho!"
  • Didn't show the names and addresses in Rohan's phone book (Jotaro, Joseph, Tonio, Okuyasu, Josuke).
  • Added another scene with Jotaro and Joseph. Jotaro tells Joseph that he's going out for a bit to check out the surroundings of the missing people listed in the report.
  • Added a brief scene of Kira walking home from work, to lead into the My Dad Is Not My Dad arc.
  • Added Hayato running across the town with a video camera, determined to film the impostor disguised as his dad.


In this episode, Josuke confronts one of the few enemies he cannot defeat with brute force alone, Enigma. We also get to see how Fungami fights in this desperate situation, notably how he saves Josuke and Koichi from the shredder. Speaking of which, we slightly changed the way it was represented compared to the manga. Thanks to one of Soejima’s ideas, Fungami uses his Stand to extract the paper from the shredder and, as a result, we have a better understanding of how they were saved.

Meanwhile, the fight between Cheap Trick and Rohan is underway. Truth be told, this section was significantly reduced compared to the manga. We needed to quickly move onto Bites the Dust, so several scenes had to be cut, such as the one where Rohan is asleep and a bunch of delivery people show up.

In the manga, the title, “July 15th (Thursday)” doesn’t exist. We came up with it during a meeting. We were looking on the calendar for the last day before summer vacation and this was it.
Naokatsu Tsuda, Blu-Ray limited edition commentaries


  • This multi-parter was renamed to the date "July 15th (Thursday)", to express and encompass the story arcs of Let's Live on a Transmission Tower, Enigma Boy, My Dad Is Not My Dad, and Cheap Trick, which all occur on the same day.
  • There is a small animation error with Akemi, one of Yuya's fangirls. In the scene where they are happy to see he has recovered. As she points to him in excitement, she has 6 fingers, instead of 5. This error appears to have been left in, in the Blu Ray release of the episode.