Rememering Yashida's words that 'a katana is meant to be used by two hands', Logan grabs it with both hands, which causes it to glow. He goes after the adamantium samurai and manages to lop off its head, revealing the pilot to be Yashida himself. Yashida explains that he lured Logan to Japan in order to steal his 'unwanted healing' and transfer it into his own dying body. By drilling into Logan's exposed claws, Yashida starts to drain Logan's immortality. As Logan grows older and older by the second, Yashida grows younger and younger. Suddenly, Mariko appears, carrying two of Logan's adamantium claws. She calls Yashida a 'monster', hurls one of the claws into his skull, and buries the other one in his neck, forcing Yashida to release his grip on Logan. Logan regains strength, grows his bone claws back, and uses them to impale Yashida. He then tosses Yashida, adamantium suit and all, over a cliff where it crashes on the rocks below. In the final scene, which takes place some days later, Logan says goodbye to Mariko, who is now in control of her grandfather's fortune, and he and Yukio board a Yashida airplane. Yukio insists on accompanying Logan as his bodyguard and asks him where he would llike to go.