The chapter was nice with some major frustrations scattered about.
For all the dropped plot threads, I'm glad we get a goodbye for Kin'emon and Momo. That's the most important one. Momo's gotten a little better since Wano started, but the one I'm gonna miss is Kin'emon. He really grew on me. The scene with the captains was nice, and I like the style of theatrical play, ending with the curtains closing. It feels like a proper goodbye to the arc.
Yamato staying behind could've been handled better. I don't understand the point of having him repeatedly state he wants to join the crew if it neither leads to introspection nor joining. It comes across as cruel bait rather than an exploration of his character. "Oh I discussed it off screen with Luffy" feels like a final send off to Wano's back-and-forth pacing. Maybe we get more info about it, who knows, but as of right now I don't get any sense this is an issue that'll be revisited.
Hiyori's line is a still a bit iffy. The translation handled it much better than the spoilers, and I can appreciate it to a degree. It's a pun, a throwback to Oden and Hiyori gets a final comment in, that'll all good. But then you put Kanjuro and Orochi's flashbacks beside it... What frustrates me most is the lack of acknowledgement of the persecution. No mentions, no condemnation, no moment when anyone points out that they should avoid such a situation happening again. Considering how many of the samurai faced persecution themselves, you'd think they'd understand.
I did actually enjoy the chapter quite a bit, but the above points are gonna nag me every time I reread it.