Rurôni Kenshin Meiji kenkaku roman tan: During the Bakumatsu (the final days of the Tokugawa government) in Japan, there was a merciless swordsman known as Hitokiri Battousai (Himura Kenshin), who fought alongside revolutionaries against the government. After the revolution, he suddenly disappeared and throughout the years became a legend. About ten years later, he is a wandering swordsman, who dedicates his life to helping and protecting people as a way to pay for all the lives he took during the revolution. This is the story of Kenshin, wandering swordsman, master of Hiten Mitsurugi Ryu style of sword fighting. His many adventures begin with his arrival at Tokyo and meeting Kamiya Kaoru, sword instructor and owner of a dojo...
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|Released:||January 10, 1996|
|Genres:||Action Drama Animation Comedy Thriller History Fantasy|
|Actors:||Ikuya Sawaki Kaori Yuasa Mayo Suzukaze Miki Fujitani Noriko Namiki Yûji Ueda Yoku Shioya|
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