Golden Wind - Episode 29

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Destination: Rome! The Colosseum (目的地はローマ!コロッセオ, Mokutekichi wa Rōma! Korosseo)[1] is the twenty-ninth episode of Golden Wind and the one hundred forty second episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: The Animation. The episode covers from Chapter 551 to the first half of Chapter 554 of the original manga.

After finding out the Boss's face, Team Bucciarati is contacted by an unknown ally. Showing them the Arrow, the unknown ally promises to give the team a way to defeat the Boss if they manage to reach Rome.


Having made a mold of the Boss's face and fingerprints from the negatives left by Abbacchio, Team Bucciarati leaves the beach while Giorno begins researching the fingerprints. Although Trish realizes that the Boss was nearby, Bucciarati is against seeking him at the moment; new enemies must be gathering and they still aren't certain of the Boss's identity. However, the team's efforts to investigate all possible databases of fingerprints - from criminal records to death records - come up empty.

The gang receives a strange call from an ally

Suddenly, someone directly calls the team through the laptop, declaring that they're allies both trying to defeat the Boss of Passione: Diavolo. After proving that they are actually working against Diavolo, the caller invites Team Bucciarati to meet in Rome, showing a picture of the Arrow and claiming that there is another hidden potential that can be acquired, the likes of which could defeat King Crimson. While suspicious of the offer, Bucciarati accepts the deal and the team leaves Sardinia on boat. However, Diavolo has been observing the team from afar and correctly guesses that they are up to something. He orders Doppio to pursue the rogue Passione members and to call in his organization's most dangerous and depraved Stand users: Cioccolata and Secco.

A long time ago, a man created arrows from the meteorite in Greenland

Meanwhile, Team Bucciarati's mysterious ally explains the origin of the Arrows; the items are made from a meteorite that crashed in Greenland, which was rediscovered in 1987 by a team of surveyors. The surveyors all fell ill and died, but one developed extrasensorial powers in the process. In truth, a virus contained in the meteorite is infecting people; somehow, it makes those who survive it into Stand users. The Arrows were created long ago to proliferate Stands in the world, but the caller refuses to elaborate on their "hidden potential" until the team meets them in person. When Bucciarati asks where they should meet precisely, the caller instructs them to go to the Colosseum in Rome.

Mista's hand grows a mold

Night has fallen as Team Bucciarati arrives at a small coastal village near Rome; Mista and Narancia go on the lookout while everyone else remains inside Coco Jumbo. Soon, the drunkards on the seaside promenade are affected by a strange substance eating at their body. Seeing the gray goo eating at all the people nearby, Mista understands that they are under attack. However, when he draws his gun, he realizes his hand has been somehow infected. Unbeknownst to the Team, Cioccolata and Secco are filming them from a vantage point. Cioccolata has just deployed his Stand, Green Day, which spreads a sinister miasma in the air.

A flashback reveals that Cioccolata, age 34, is a murderous former surgeon. In his youth, he tortured the residents of a retirement home; as an adult, he became a doctor in order to murder his patients under the guise of medical malpractice. His only goal is to observe the death and suffering of others, which he records on tapes to peruse later. On the other hand, Secco is one of Cioccolata's former patients, who became his human pet for unknown reasons. The two currently form an exceptionally deadly team within Passione. In the present, Doppio has boarded a plane toward Rome, being instructed to rein in the two psychopaths before they cause too much damage.

Meanwhile, Team Bucciarati realizes that the whole village is being devoured by a strange mold. Unable to detect the enemy, Narancia decides to retreat; the moment he jumps into the boat, mold appears all over his body and Coco Jumbo. As the mold spreads to Giorno and Trish, the former guesses that the Stand attack is triggered by downward movement, being inspired by existing types of mold that specifically prefer low altitudes to disperse their spores.  Giorno theorizes that the enemy Stand has a constantly-expanding range, using its victims as vectors for the mold's spread.

Cioccolata and Secco while Green Day is unleashed on the village

With his whole body decomposing rapidly, Narancia tries to throw Coco Jumbo back to Mista; unfortunately, his hand falls apart mid-throw. Thinking quickly, Mista shoots the boat's engine to make it explode, sending Narancia and the turtle up to the shore and saving the team. Bucciarati gets out to replace the wounded Narancia, sending him to the turtle to be treated by Giorno. Deciding that the priority is to reach Rome, Bucciarati and Mista choose to ascend some stairs to reach a parking lot.

Seeing the team having survived their ordeal, Cioccolata is somewhat impressed.


Leone Abbacchio
(Mentioned only)
Jean Pierre Polnareff
(Voice only)
(1st full appearance)
(1st full appearance)
Natural Resources Workers
(1st appearance) (Flashback) (Death)
The Arrows' Creator
(1st mentioned)
Jotaro Kujo
(Silhouette) (Photo only)
Joseph Joestar
(Silhouette) (Photo only)
Jean Pierre Polnareff
(Silhouette) (Photo only)
Noriaki Kakyoin
(Silhouette) (Photo only)
(Silhouette) (Photo only)
Muhammad Avdol
(Silhouette) (Photo only)
(1st appearance) (Death)
Natural Resources Worker's Stand
(1st appearance) (Photo only)
Star Platinum
(Silhouette) (Photo only)
Hermit Purple
(Silhouette) (Photo only)
Silver Chariot
(Silhouette) (Photo only)
Hierophant Green
(Silhouette) (Photo only)
The Fool
(Silhouette) (Photo only)
Magician's Red
(Silhouette) (Photo only)
Green Day
(1st appearance)


Script (脚本)
Shogo Yasukawa
ヤスカワ ショウゴ
Storyboard (絵コンテ)
Yusuke Kubo
久保 雄介
Episode Director (演出)
Yusuke Kubo
久保 雄介
Chief Animation Director (総作画監督)
石本 峻一
田中 春香
Animation Director (作画監督)
Firearms Animation Director
宝谷 幸稔
Assistant Animation Director (作画監督補)
Sayaka Anesaki
姉崎 早也花
Action Animation Director (アクションディレクター)
鈴木 勘太
Key Animation (原画)
Motohide Nishimura
Mayumi Nakamura
Kumiko Kawahara
Daisuke Takemoto
Hikari Tanaka
Mamiko Nakanishi
Yuta Shinohara
Hideaki Tsukioka
Shigemi Aoyagi
Gin Kugumiya
Tomoko Kitagawa
Yoko Komaki
Takayuki Nakao
Shingo Fujisaki
Yuichiro Masuda
Yuichi Nakazawa
Manabu Imura
Saori Den
Yasutoshi Iwasaki
Ryota Iwai
西村 元秀
中村 真由美
河原 久美子
武本 大介
田中 日香里
中西 麻実子
篠原 佑太
月岡 英明
青柳 重美
久々宮 ぎん
北川 知子
小牧 容子
中尾 高之
藤崎 真吾
増田 雄一郎
中澤 勇一
井村 学
傳 沙織
岩崎 安利
岩井 亮太
2nd Key Animation (第二原画)
Tomoyoshi Murayama
Masako Ishino
Kyoko Nishimura
Neito Hirohara
Yuta Shinohara
Sayaka Anesaki
Mahora Muraki
Michi Katayama
Nao Kui​
Cobos Rai
Kazunori Shibata
Yoshihiro Itoo
Natsue Chibayama
Kohei Ashiya
Yukitoshi Houtani
Rie Takahashi
Maimi Kondo
Satomi Kondo
Eiichi Morita
White Line
Nakamura Production
村山 友良
石野 まさ子
西村 香子
廣原 寧人
篠原 佑太
姉崎 早也花
村木 麻保良
片山 美智
久井 菜央
Cobos Rai
柴田 和紀
伊東 佳宏
千葉山 夏恵
芦谷 耕平
宝谷 幸稔
高橋 梨恵
近藤 まい美
近藤 怜美
森田 映一
White Line
BNP (Bandai Namco)
Yusuke Kawabe
Tae Inotsume
Pei Yi Yang
川辺 雄介
猪爪 多恵
楊 珮藝
In-between Animation Inspection (動画チェック)
White Line
Kim Jong Kyu
Park Hee Jung
David Production
Nana Nomiya
野宮 菜那
In-between Animation (動画)
Digital In-Between Animation
David Production
Misa Itabashi
Mina Inagaki
Nanako Fukuda
Yui​ Endo
Eiri​ Kaneda​
Sakura Shiba
Seiko Katsuyama
Kyouka Hachiman
Kyouka Nanji
板橋 美沙
稲垣 美奈
福田 菜々子
遠藤 柚衣
鎌田 英里
柴 さくら
勝山 聖子
八幡 匡耶
南治 京花
Powered by CACANi
White Line
David Production
篠原 佑太

Asahi Production
Triple A
Seven Seas
Triple A
Design Cooperation (デザイン協力)
Hirohisa Onikubo
Sayaka Anesaki
Nakakatsu Hibi
鬼窪 浩久
姉崎 早也花

火日 仲克
David Production
Mai Nakazono
Natsuki Horimoto
中園 麻衣
堀本 夏生
Digital Works (デジタルワークス)
David Production
P. Taweeporn
Tomoaki Makitera
牧寺 智昭


Golden Wind Episode 29: Destination: Rome! The Colosseum
Start End Title OST Description

Golden Wind: Finale
Giorno is searching the criminal database
Golden Wind: Finale
Someone hacks Bruno's computer
Requiem for a Traitor
Requiem for a Traitor
Golden Wind: Finale
Unknown ally tells them about Diavolo's ability
Golden Wind: Finale
Doppio gets a call from Diavolo
A Lurking Evil
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Good Night Morioh Cho~
Unknown ally explains the origins of the Arrow
Fists of Platinum
Stardust Crusaders (Destination)
The Arrow's powers
Golden Wind: Finale
Bucciarati and his team sail to Roma
Golden Wind: Finale
Cioccolata and Secco's introduction
il vento d'oro
Golden Wind: Overture
Golden Wind: Finale
Cioccolata's backstory
Golden Wind: Finale
The duo's position in Passione
Golden Wind: Intermezzo
Diavolo and Doppio talk
Golden Wind: Finale
Bruno's team is attacked by mold
Golden Wind: Intermezzo
Mista saves Narancia
Golden Wind: Intermezzo
Secco records Bucciarati's team
Modern Crusaders
Modern Crusaders
il vento d'oro
Golden Wind: Overture
Next Episode Title

Manga/Anime Differences

  • Bucciarati asking Giorno to check local police records is removed.
  • The scene where Giorno suggests they search records of the deceased for Diavolo's identity is shortened and moved before Trish's lines.
  • Bucciarati remarking that the stranger that contacts them must be a stand user is removed.
  • The stranger that contacts Bucciarati's group has an added line stating that the Stand Arrow doesn't just unlock Stand abilities in people, foreshadowing its true nature.
  • A scene is added of Narancia and Mista on the boat briefly discussing Bucciarati's decision to meet with the stranger.
  • The scene presenting the Arrow and the origin of the Stands is more elaborate, however, the brief exchange between the stranger and Bucciarati regarding where the stranger got the arrow has been removed.
  • Narancia points out the sleeping drunkards rather than Mista noticing them himself.
  • The scene where Diavolo presents Cioccolata and Secco to Doppio is moved to just after the duo's first true appearance, and has also been altered. The scene is narrated by the anime's narrator instead of Diavolo, only the flashback is featured, and Cioccolata's actions are directly shown.
    • Due to the change in narrators during this scene, Diavolo's comment about his original desire to have Cioccolata and Secco killed is removed.
  • The scene of the drunkards succumbing to the effects of Green Day is slightly shortened, with the green-shirted drunkard immediately jumping off the staircase (whereas in the manga he panics for much longer before jumping). Furthermore, the short scene of the drunkard attempting to run away after his legs snap off is removed entirely.
  • Cioccolata and Secco's first true appearance is moved to immediately after Mista's hand is infected.
    • This exchange is also slightly extended, with Secco confirming that the camera is rolling and Cioccolata expressing satisfaction towards Secco's confirmation.
  • The scene of Narancia scanning the city and seeing the various corpses of infected civilians is moved slightly further. The civilians are also shown in much less detail, appearing to be already dead instead of being merely on the verge of death.
  • Green Day's first appearance is moved to when Cioccolata realizes that the group has figured out its ability.
  • After Mista shoots the boat and the gang is sent onto solid ground, Cioccolata expresses interest in this development instead of frustration.

In other languages

Language Title Translation
Japan Japanese 目的地はローマ!コロッセオ Destination: Rome! The Colosseum
United States of America English (Sub) Get to the Roman Colosseum!
Spain Spanish ¡Al Coliseo de Roma! To the Roman Colosseum!
Brazil Portuguese Vamos para o Coliseu de Roma! Let's Get to the Roman Colosseum!
France French Destination : Rome et le Colisée ! Destination: Rome and the Colosseum!
Germany German Auf zum Kolosseum in Rom! Off to the Colosseum in Rome!
Israel Hebrew
להגיע לקולוסיאום ברומא!
Getting to the Colosseum in Rome!
Flag of the Arab League Arabic الوصول إلى المُدرَّج الرُّوماني Arrival to the Roman Colosseum!
Italy Italian Al Colosseo a Roma! At the Colosseum in Rome!
Russia Russian Наша цель — Рим, Колизей! Our Goal - Rome, The Colosseum!
Poland Polish Czas na rzymskie Koloseum! It's Time for the Roman Colosseum!


Doppio used an ice cream cone as a phone. Viewers are surprised whenever Doppio finds a new object to use as a phone, but it felt normal for me! And the mystery man - how exciting! But he was credited properly in the ending credits, and viewers were like, "That just gives him away!" It made me laugh, because they're totally right.
—Soma Saito, Blu-Ray limited edition commentaries
As someone who worked on Stardust Crusaders, the mystery man's appearance was emotional. I was given freedom with the scene where Giorno and the others add more details to are talking to him. I thought to the monitor screen that shows up in the manga, and incorporated images from the second ending.
—Kazuhiro Yamada, Blu-Ray limited edition commentaries
1. Enter The Mystery Man

Giorno and the gang may have lost Abbacchio, but they did not lose hope. Before them appears a mystery man who had been waiting for them. His symbol was called an "icon" amongst the staff. Director Kubo thanks the 3D and post-production teams for their work on the icon.

2. The Origins of the Arrow

The mystery man informs the team of the arrow's origins. The arrow's ominous presence looms over the flashback scene, embellished with an old film effect and a different art style. "The animator Yuta Shinohara created a beautiful layout by making full use of pencil-like brush strokes."

3. The Two Monsters

The Boss explains Cioccolata's past in the manga, but the anime fleshes it out further. Kubo was told by Director Hideya Takahashi that the key to this episode was how horrific this scene could be made. And Cioccolata's repulsive, electrifying madness came to life in the hands of Chief Animation Director Shunichi Ishimoto.

4. "Right where I want it!"

Mista and Narancia are attacked by Green Tea's mold. Kubo thanks the animation team, including Action Director Kanta Suzuki, Yasutoshi Iwasaki, and Firearms Animation Director Yukitoshi Houtani, for the completed second half. Kubo particularly loves the end, when Mista shoots at the boat.
—Yusuke Kubo, Blu-Ray limited edition commentaries


  • The Toonami premiere of the English Dub of the episode was set to air on June 7, 2020 at 2:00am, but was put on hold due to production delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The episode was replaced in the lineup by the first episode of Ballmastrz: 9009.[2] The episode was later meant to air on August 1, 2020 at 12:30am, putting JoJo's Bizarre Adventure back into prime time.[3]


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