Rurouni Kenshin (Live Action Film Adaptation)

Well, technically it’s not the anime series, but it is about the movie so it could go for Tuesday Review Tyme, but I chose anime since it is made from the anime series.

So basically, a while ago I talked about that Rurouni Kenshin would be made into a movie in Japan. Well, it was a big success, so big that it might be coming to the USA. Which is great since I have been dying to see it. Rurouni Kenshin is my all time favorite anime series since 2001 when I first heard of it. And it hasn’t changed at all, it’ll always be number one in my book.

So today I’m talking a bit about an Exhibition of Samurai X as well, I didn’t even know it was going on, but the photo of the figurine is the one that I want and have a link to get it as well. It costs about $100, but it’s worth it. However I don’t want to get the figure until I get a glass case for it as well. There’s a lot of dust here in my city and it will get dusty sitting on my shelf. I don’t get to dust that often, but then again I don’t notice it until it’s all piled up. kekeke.

I also just happened to find a trailer for the movie with English Subtitles. So of course it won’t be in English, but that is fine with me. And also, just let me note that even though I dislike Kaoru Kamiya in the anime series, I think the movie version may…be different for me. Let’s hope so.

Rurouni Kenshin (Live Action Film Adaptation) Trailer


The film headlines Takeru Satoh (Kamen Rider Den-O) as the titular samurai Kenshin Himura, Emi Takei (Taira no Kiyomori) as Kaoru Kamiya,Yuu Aoi (Hana and Alice, Honey and Clover) will play Megumi Takani, with Munetaka Aoki (The Girl Who Leapt Through Time) as Sanosuke Sagara, and Taketo Tanaka will take on the role of Yahiko Myōjin aka Yoshi.

 View more TV trailers here.

Anyways, take a look at the pics from the movie and the exhibition for Samurai X which was just released on Blu Ray DVD. Pictures are from Tokyo Otaku Mode news release.



Read News of Movie from Tokyo Otaku Mode

Read News of the exhibition from Tokyo Otaku Mode

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