Rurouni Kenshin, wandering samurai

Rurouni Kenshin, wandering samurai

[Vol. 5], Renegade samurai

DVD - 2001 | Japanese
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"Kenshin is the strogest man in Japan with a sword, but can he defend himself without it? It is none other than Hiruma Gohei who tricks Yahiko into stealing the reverse-blade sword, and then ambushes Kenshin with a pair of deadly hired killers. On holiday in the counryside, Kenshin and his companions come across a massive European mansion owned by the wealthy Tsukayama family. There, the young master Yutarou learns swordsmanship from his surrogate father, Raijuuta Isurugi ... [who] plans to use the Tsukayama fortune to fund a new revolution. The Meiji era brought many Western wonders to Japan, but nothing was as big as the first steam powered train. However, when Kenshin, Sanosuke, and the others go for their first train ride, they get involved in a train robbery"--Container.


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