‘Rurouni Kenshin’ Yahiko appears! Stealing Kenshin’s Wallet Episode 2 Synopsis & Scene Cuts Released

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Synopsis of the second episode of the new TV anime “Rurouni Kenshin -Meiji Swordsman Romantan-” & Scene cut was released. The attack, “Tokyo samurai, Yahiko Myojin,” is one week after the resolution of the Tsujigiri riot that pretended to be the name of Kamiya Katsushin-ryu. Although the stigma of the Kamiya Dojo has cleared, there is no sign of an increase in Kaoru’s disciples.

At that time, a passing boy, Yahiko Myojin, steals Kenshin’s wallet. Kenshin handed over his wallet because he was the one who was stolen. Yahiko rebelled against being treated like a child, but he had a reason to collect money. Director Hideyo Yamamoto (“Strike the Blood”), series compositor Hideyuki Kurata (“Made in Abyss”), and other talented staff gathered.

The original author, Nobuhiro Watsuki, will supervise the story, including the character designs and scenarios, and renew the cast. Serialized in “Weekly Shonen Jump” from 1994 to 1999, the series is a popular work that has sold over 72 million copies. At the end of the Edo period, the legendary swordsman and protagonist Himura Kenshin, feared as the “human slayer Battosai,” raised a “non-killing oath” after the Meiji Restoration and created a sword that could not cut people—a story depicting a figure that helps people with a baton in hand.

Completed in 1999, the sequel “Hokkaido Edition” started serialization in “Jump Square” in 2017. The first TV animation was made in 1996, the movie version was released in 1997, three OVAs have been released since 1999, and it was also made into a live-action movie starring actor Takeru Sato.

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