Teaser for New Rurouni Kenshin Anime Reveals More Cast

There’s no debate about the greatest samurai anime of all time, as it is and will always be Rurouni Kenshin. The series has a great setup, character development, and plot points that get you hooked on it in no time.

Although the series ended in 1998, its hype is still alive and that is why its upcoming remake is getting so much attention.

Generally, remakes of popular vintage shows are not well received, but the new Rurouni Kenshin anime looks promising, and here’s a teaser as proof.

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The video begins with a tense backdrop and Kenshin Himura standing with a blood-covered sword after slaughtering people. This scene refers to the time when Kenshin was known as the merciless revolutionary killer, Hitokiri Battousai.

Soon the scene shifts to the present day, where a reformed Kenshin on the path of atonement meets Kaoru Kamiya, a dojo owner. Kaoru reveals that someone has been on a killing spree in the name of her dojo and has taken up Battousai’s identity.

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The character visual has been released.


Tomorrow, December 18th, from 13:30, the cast of the two will be lifted at Studio NEO! looking forward to it.


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Kenshin and Kaoru pair then set out to clear their names, and along the way, they meet Sannosuke Sagara and Yahiko Myojin. The trailer has also revealed the voice actors for Sagara and Myojin, and they are as follows:

CharacterCastOther Works
Sannosuke SagaraTaku YashiroVulcan Joseph (Fire Force)
Yahiko MyojinMakoto KoichiSakura Otome (Lycoris Recoil)

After 25 years, we’ll get to see Kenshin back in action as the new anime will adapt the main manga series.

However, there might be surprises and twists waiting for us in this, and we’ll get to see them all in 2023 when the anime debuts.

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About Rurouni Kenshin

It is a Japanese manga series penned and illustrated by Nobuhiro Watsuki. It was serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine from 1994 to 1999. A TV anime adaptation was also broadcast to 1996 to 1998, and it even has an anime film along with numerous video projects.

The English manga version was published by Viz Media, and the English anime version was released by Media Blasters.

The story revolves around a former assassin who, after going against the feudal government, changed his name to Himura Kenshin and changed into a wandering swordsman who protects the people of Japan. He made a vow to never take another life.

Source: Official Twitter

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