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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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In the mid 1800s, prior to the fall of the Tokugawa Shogunate, two men lead very different lives in the city of Edo. Ibuya Manjiro is a would-be samurai who refuses to back down from a fight, and Ryoan Tezuka is the son of a well-known doctor and student of Western medicine. Both are looked down upon by members of the community – Ibuya for his heroic behavior that makes his dojo look bad, and Ryoan for following a form of medicine that Japan, as a whole, shuns. Though the two are on very different paths, their lives inevitably cross in romance, times of need, and the changing of history...

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The Legend of the Dog Warriors: The Hakkenden

The Legend of the Dog Warriors: The Hakkenden

The Awa clan is facing its extinction. The princess (Fuse) is wed to the family dog (Yatsufasa) when a promise is made for whoever kills the leader of the opposing clan will marry the princess. Yatsufasa is who accomplishes this. However, Yatsufasa and Fuse are killed, leaving the eight unborn pups to be reincarnated as the eight Dog Warriors: The Hakkenden.

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Tono to Issho

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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 are having the time of their lives, while their servants certainly have their work cut out for them. With the confused Shingen believing he’s fallen for his rival, Nobunaga agreeing to every bizarre battle tactic suggested to him, and Masamune more interested in accessorising his horse than discussing war, it seems that Feudal Japan is much livelier than the history books make out.

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Tono to Issho 2

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Second season of Tono to Issho.

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