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Kochoki

Kochoki

The fearsome warlord, the demonic king—Oda Nobunaga! Before he was trying to rule over Japan, he was a teenager who began his path to greatness with his younger brother and faithful followers. Through succession, betrayal, battles, and bonds between one another, the struggles these boys face promise a future where they can blossom into powerful men.

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Samurai Warriors: Legend of the Sanada

Samurai Warriors: Legend of the Sanada

The story of the special revolves around the Sanada brothers in their youth. Nobuyuki and Yukimura swear to each other to protect the influential Sanada clan. However, thinking of how to best continue the Sanada clan, Yukimura makes a decision, and meets with Mitsunari Ishida and Naoe Kanetsugu at the location he arrived at. On the other hand, his elder brother Nobuyuki must worry about the selfish demands made by the Tokugawa clan.

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Samurai Warriors

Samurai Warriors

Samurai Warriors focuses on the Sanada brothers during the Sengoku era of Japan. In late 16th century, the era of civil war that tore Japan over two centuries is nearing its end and the regional warlords who survived the bloodsheds are ready for a final showdown. In the battlefield where your best ally turns out to be your worst enemy, only the shrewdest can come out alive.

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Hyouge Mono

Hyouge Mono

In the age of civil war, when the shadow of Nobunaga Oda was still cast over the land, the warlord Furuta Sasuke lost his soul to the tea ceremony. While war shook the world around him, he faced his own conflict between his desire for promotion and his love for his art.

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Masamune Datenicle

Masamune Datenicle

When Date Masamune prays at a shrine connected with his clan for victory in his first battle, he receives a magic jewel from a dragon deity. The jewel resurrects 16 former Date clan heads with whom young Masamune fights for the future of his family.

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Dasshutsu Gasshapon

Dasshutsu Gasshapon

The story revolves around Shouta, a regular high school boy whose life is suddenly changed when a creature called a Gasshapon appears in front of him, and claims to come from the future. The Gasshapon was sent to the past by the future Shouta, from an era in which an alien group called CC (or Cold Cosmo) have made it their mission to change all stars and planets that have light and warmth into dark, cold places like their own. The Gasshapon had intended to take young Shouta to 2080 to save the future, but because time travel had not been fully perfected yet, Shouta is thrown into a completely different time, the era of the Honnou-ji Incident (1582), where Shouta actually becomes the famous warlord Oda Nobunaga.

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Tono to Issho OVA

Tono to Issho OVA

The relationship between servant and master has always been strained, but it’s even worse when the staff has to put up with their employer’s eccentricities. From the fearsome Masamune Date with his fetish for eye patches to the super-moe Motochika who has his employees swooning over him like a fanclub, the lords may be having the time of their lives, but their servants certainly have their work cut out for them. With the confused Shingen believing he’s fallen for his rival, Kenshin dancing around in a full-body “Bishaemon” costume, and the sadistic Kanetsugu reducing his fearsome master to a crying heap with insults, it seems that Feudal Japan is much livelier than the history books make out.

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Gifuu Doudou!! Kanetsugu to Keiji

Gifuu Doudou!! Kanetsugu to Keiji

Hiding within his heart the secret of his lord's illegitimate child while risking his life to protect him, Uesugi Kenshin's chief retainer, Naoe Kanetsugu, teamed up with the legendary warrior known as history's most infamous wild man, Maeda Keiji. Never once yielding to any number of powerful men, Kanetsugu and Keiji continue to blaze through the turbulent latter days of the Warring States era, faithfully fighting for justice and their own way of life...

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