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Yang Guifei, Kirara

Yang Guifei, Kirara centers on Yougyoku Kan (or Yang Yuhuan in Chinese), who lost her parents and now lives with her adoptive parents in cramped conditions. She was naturally born with a rare beauty, and although her beauty troubles her, she wants to know the meaning of love someday.

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Rashoumon: Manga de Dokuha

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Kokoro: Manga de Dokuha

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Japan's Longest Day

In the final days of World War II, Japan lay in ruins and the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki had been obliterated. A tense drama unfolds in Tokyo as Japan teeters on the edge of Armageddon. Japan's Longest Day tells the true story of the day immediately before the surrender, as a group of fanatical army officers attempt to prevent the Emperor from surrendering—an act of high treason which will inevitably result in Japan's total annihilation.

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Soseki Natsume's Kokoro: The Heart of Things

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The Change!

The Change!

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