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Tenjiku Neppuuroku

Tenjiku Neppuuroku

Tells a fictional version of the story of historical Tang China diplomat Wang Xuance, centering on his diplomatic journey from Tang Dynasty China to the Empire of Harsha in India in the 7th century CE. When he comes upon a crumbling empire that is now hostile to him he escapes to Tibet and raises a confederation of Tang, Nepalese, and Tibetan soldiers to mount a raid on the Empire of Harsha.

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Hime Habaki

Hime Habaki

Takeru had been taken as a slave by a gang of bandits after his friends were taken hostage when he met Habaki Sara, a small teenage girl with a giant sword. She single handedly takes care of the bandits with the use of her sword, the Tsukukagenohabaki, one of the seven legendary items. Sara is on a journey to find the rest of her friends with the remaining six legendary items. With the help of Takeru and her immensely heavy sword that only her small body can use, Sara continues on her adventure and takes names along the way.

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Nanatsu no Umi Nanatsu no Sora

Nanatsu no Umi Nanatsu no Sora

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Uruwashijima Yumemonogatari

The introduction of western culture into Japan brought extreme changes to their society. From shifts in political power to the people quickly accepting Christianity, the country saw drastic transformations. However, there were just as much people accepting the change as there were people opposed to it. The pirate Iori has been rebelling against the westerners and those allied to them. During one of the raids, Iori finds two foreign prisoners and saves them. They are secretive about their identity but Iori soon becomes invested in their mission. 

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Zipang: Shinsou Kairyuu

Zipang: Shinsou Kairyuu

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Ryuurouden: Ouha Rikkoku-hen

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Ichi

Ichi is a lone goze (blind woman singer) who has become separated from her traveling entertainment troupe. Wondering how she will find her place in life, she carries only a shamisen (a traditional Japanese stringed instrument) and a walking stick with a hidden blade inside. When necessary, she uses her exceptional sword skills to fight off yakuza and other villains.

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Pilgrim Jäger

As the faces of the tarot are revealed one by one, the spiral of history draws tighter. What parts will Michelangelo, the Medici family and Francis Xavier possibly play in this dramatic story? And what of Adele and Karin? Will Adele's multiple personalities be drawn out to cataclysmic effect?

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