The next morning, the doctor tells the boy that he has won another round of the fight. The doctor tells him that his son, Shushan, has been eating three meals a day. Shushan is very stubborn and doesn't take any of the doctor's advice seriously. He's also the only son of his father, which means that the doctor has no choice but to treat him seriously. The boy asks the doctor if he can make him some herbal food to help him feel better. He tells the doctor that the man who poisoned Aosuke Kitahara is a member of the East China Union. The man is known as a "radical" and won't let Shushan and his men into the city to fight with the union. The next day, the boy learns that Shushan has come to Japan to deal with his father's death.