The Takugawa family fortune was hidden away at the end of the Edo period and today would be worth trillion of dollars. Such a large prize is naturally appealing to Lupin, who wants to get his hands on it, but there’s a problem – no one knows where the fortune is hidden! The only way Lupin can find the treasure is to obtain two glass plate photos that have the location of the loot etched into them. However, Jigen has a cavity and isn’t on top form, and Goemon’s sword was stolen, so this won’t be an easy job. Plus, to top it all off, Lupin isn’t the only one after the photos; just what does the businessman Michael Suzuki want with the photos, and is the secret they hold really as simple as a treasure map?
Kaito Kid Strikes again, and this time, he is after a mysterious Russian egg in the possession of the Suzuki Corporation. With both the police force and Mori Kogoro protecting the egg, Kaito Kid was able to steal it with ease; but unexpectedly, a dangerous assassin name Scorpion blew Kaito Kid out of the skies by shooting at his right eye. What is so special about this egg, and why is Scorpion killing everyone revolving this case? Conan Edogawa must solve the mystery while hiding his true identity from Ran.
If you enjoyed Lupin III: Crisis in Tokyo, it might be worth your while checking out Detective Conan: Last Magician of the Century. Both revolve around the protagonists attempting to locate a hidden treasure but utilising encoded clues. If you enjoyed that in one, then you will likely enjoy the other.