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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Travelability

100%
Market Travelability
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Rurouni Kenshin’s
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Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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About this title

Storyline

A man slayer, Kenshin Himura, who played a major role in defeating Tokugawa Shogunate of feudal Japan carries his reverse blade sword (with a promise not to slay anymore). He embarks on a quest to repent for his sins by helping the innocent. He lodges in Kamia Kashin dojo where he becomes an acquaintance of Kaorou, the assistant instructor of the dojo. After being saved by Kenshin from mafia, a stubborn young boy, Yahiko Myojin joins the dojo as a student. Sanousuke, a victim of war becomes an acquaintance of Kenshin after losing to him in a duel. Together with his new friends, Kenshin carries out his ideal of helping the innocent. A series of events unfold that questions his ideal of living for the innocent and not slaying men. Kenshin faces every opponent with his reverse blade to uphold justice.

Country: Japan

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: Japanese

Release Date: March 17, 2003

Also Known As: Rurouni kenshin tv, الرحالة كنشين |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M), Brazil (Livre) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

samurai
romance
historic
anime

Company Credits

Production Co: Aniplex, SME Visual Works |  See more »

Cast

Akio Nojima
as Hannya
Mayumi Tanaka
as Yûtarô Tsukayama
Dean Wein
as Shikijo (2000)
Yoshito Yasuhara
as Aoshi Shinomori
Barry Stigler
as Cop
Brianne Brozey
as Yoshi (Sony Samurai X dub)/Korey's Student (Sony Samurai X dub)
Yukinobu Kaneko
as Hishi-Manji
Bridget Hoffman
as Iori
Michael Sorich
as Sensei Kamiya (Sony Samurai X dub)
Wendee Lee
as Yumi Komagata/Yahiko Myôjin/Tsuru/Yahiko Myojin
Akio Ôtsuka
as Jinei 'Kurogasa' Udoh
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn
as Shura/Soba Waitress
Joshua Seth
as Eiji Mishima
Simon Prescott
as Aritomo Yamagata
Mayo Suzukaze
as Himura Kenshin/Kenshin Himura
Terrence Stone
as Aoshi Shinomori
Dave Mallow
as Houji Satojima
Wataru Takagi
as Tatewaki Shindô
Kaeko Sakamoto
as Villagers
Noriko Namiki
as Suzume
Bob Papenbrook
as Additional Voices/Head of Police
Yasuyoshi Hara
as Anji Yûkyûzan
Michael Switters
as Additional Voices
Norito Yashima
as Man/Policeman
Matt K. Miller
as Shuji, Sailor
Shinichi Fukumoto
as Chô Sawagejô
Dan Woren
as Gengo Kisaki
Shûichi Ikeda
as Seijûrô Hiko
Yoshikazu Nagano
as Kihachi
Shigeru Ushiyama
as Sakuramaru
Mika Doi
as Megumi Takani
Jonathan Fahn
as Ryuji
Eric P. Sherman
as Eichiro Mishima
Peter Lurie
as Tekkan Kisaki
Yukinobu Kiuchi
as Shirojô
Hiroshi Yanaka
as Tsunan Tsukioka (Katsuhiro Tsukioka)
Milton James
as Yohei Senbonya
Kirk Thornton
as Hajime Saito
Neil Kaplan
as Additional Voices
Tomie Kataoka
as Hana
Eiji Takemoto
as Sagurô
Akiko Hiramatsu
as Tsubaki
Masami Suzuki
as Young Kenshin
Mitsuru Miyamoto
as Ujiki
Tara Sands
as Sojiro Seta
Kirk Baily
as Reisui (Samurai X Sony dub)
Tom Wyner
as Additional Voices/Arundo Akamatsu
Katsuya Shiga
as Genji/Policeman/Yanosuki
Masaru Ikeda
as Shibumi
Ryûnosuke Ôbayashi
as Raijûta Isurugi
Mîna Tominaga
as Yahiko Myôjin
Noriko Hidaka
as Sojiro Seta
Unshô Ishizuka
as Fuji
Lynn Fischer
as Sojiro Seta
Keisuke Yamashita
as Sakata
Dorothy Elias-Fahn
as Kaoru/Kaoru Kamiya
Seiji Mizutani
as Aritomo Yamagata
Rebecca Forstadt
as Kori Kamiya (Sony Samurai X dub)
Barbara Goodson
as Hana
Monique Lindsley
as Kasumi
Hiroshi Takahashi
as Houji Satojima/Yamada
Melodee Spevack
as Kamatari
Ikuya Sawaki
as Koshijirô Kamiya
Yoshisada Sakaguchi
as Shuei Boss
Nobuo Tobita
as Gasuke
Francis Cherry
as Additional Voices
Derek Stephen Prince
as Sanosuke Sagara (Sony Samurai X dub)
Shizuka Okohira
as Ômime (Okon)
Jamieson Price
as Usui
Melvin Katt
as Iwazo
Richard Epcar
as Seijuro Hiko/Shogo Amakusa (Sony Samurai X dub)/Gohei Hiruma (Sony Samurai X dub)
Hiroshi Takemura
as Hachisuka
Tetsuo Komura
as Gohei Hiruma
Peter Spellos
as Additional Voices/Senryotama
Kanako Irie
as Mitsu/Yumi Komagata
Beau Billingslea
as Police Man
Steve Apostolina
as Korey's Student (Sony Samurai X dub)/Man Sent to Get Police
Taeko Kawata
as Gorô
Mike Reynolds
as Takuma Hashizume
Takanori Nishikawa
as Orochi no Ren
Yuri Shiratori
as Tsubame
Keiji Fujiwara
as Gonzo
Hirotaka Suzuoki
as Hajime Saitô/Hajime Saito
Akari Hibino
as Sôshi Okita
Takeshi Matsumura
as Abukuma 4 Nyûdô
Yoku Shioya
as Gensai
Joe Ochman
as Kawaji
Yûji Ueda
as Sanosuke Sagara
Minoru Inaba
as Sakata
Jeremy Patter
as Additional Voices
Joe Romersa
as Additional Voices
Crispin Freeman
as Ryunosuke/Shogo Amakusa
Christina Martini
as Mitsu
Masaaki Ishikawa
as Seiku Arai
Richard Cansino
as Himura Kenshin/Kenshi Himura (Sony Samurai X dub)
Steve Staley
as Additional Voices/Captain Sozo Sagara
Tony Oliver
as Additional Voices/Mugger/Shinpachi
Robert Axelrod
as Additional Voices/Sakata
Shô Ryûzanji
as Usui Uonuma
Kazuhiro Nakata
as Shikijô, Arundo Akamatsu
Miki Fujitani
as Kaoru Kamiya
Chafûrin
as Kurojô
Masanori Ikeda
as Makoto Shishio/Aoshi Shinomori
Kôichi Kitamura
as Jûsanrô Tani, Nenji Kashiwazaki (Okina)
Julie Ann Taylor
as Tsubaki
Peter Doyle
as Yanosuki
Mayumi Akado
as Tasuke
Kaori Yuasa
as Ayame
Dina Sherman
as Ayame
Chieko Honda
as Azusa Arai
Dan Lorge
as Gonzo/Chief Officer/Chief Soldier/Hannya/Henya/Leader/Shirojo/Soldier
Philece Sampler
as Misao Makimachi
Paul St. Peter
as Tsukio
John Snyder
as Kanryu Takeda
Ritsuo Sawa
as Yoshiemon
Naomi Matamura
as Eiji Mishima, young Katsuhiro Tsukioka
Kim Strauss
as Fake Conductor, Tsunan Tsukioka, Captain
Steve Blum
as Makoto Shishio/Toma Sakaki
Ikuo Nishikawa
as Elder Saizuchi
Sumi Shimamoto
as Tae
Tomo Sakurai
as Misao Makimachi
Michelle Ruff
as Tsubame
Michael McConnohie
as Soushi Okina
Lex Lang
as Sanosuke Sagara
Ryô Naitô
as Sosuke
Miwa Matsumoto
as Grandchild
Tadayoshi Katô
as Shakkû Arai
Azusa Nakao
as Kasumi, Chau-Chau Girl
Jeffrey Stackhouse
as Big Guy
Junko Takeuchi
as Honjô Kamatari
Yûki Nakao
as Town Girl/Woman
David Neil Black
as Additional Voices
Yuriko Fuchizaki
as Young Sanosuke
Michael Lindsay
as Yutaro Tsukayama
Tony Pope
as Additional Voices
Hidehiro Kikuchi
as Sôzô Sagara
Akihisa Murayama
as Genta
Sukekiyo Kameyama
as Police Chief
Shôzô Îzuka
as Hyottoko
Ezra Weisz
as Passenger/Seiku Arai/Traveler
Norihisa Mori
as Police Man/Policeman/Ryûji/Sota
Taiki Matsuno
as Nishiwaki/Rokusuke
Doug Stone
as Tokisada Muto

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1999 | 27 Episodes

Season 2
Season 3

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