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Rurouni Kenshin Final Chapter The Final / The Beginning gets a trailer

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The largest series of Japanese movies with total box office revenues exceeding 12.5 billion yen is finally completed! The action-moving masterpiece “Rurouni Kenshin” series continues to reign as the pinnacle of entertainment that has changed the history of Japanese movies.

Rurouni Kenshin Saishūshō The Final follows the story from the manga’s “Jinchū” arc, which features Kenshin’s conflict with the mysterious weapons dealer Enishi. Rurouni Kenshin Saishūshō The Beginning will tell the story of how Kenshin got his cross-shaped scar.

This summer, “Kenshin” will return again. “Rurouni Kenshin Final Chapter The Final / The Beginning” is a nationwide road show for two consecutive titles from July 3 (Fri) and August 7 (Fri), respectively! In the past, Himura Kenshin was afraid of being a human sword, but with the dawn of a new era, he lived a calm life with an uncut sword, the reverse bladed sword. Kenshins, who wrestled with an unprecedented struggle to stop Japan’s plan to overthrow Japan’s crazy enemy, Shimizu Mami, lived peacefully in Kamiya Dojo. However, suddenly, a series of attacks were launched into central Tokyo, threatening Kenshin and his friends’ lives. Who is it really doing? For what? It is largely related to the swordskin past that has never been revealed, and leads to the mystery of a cross that never disappears. Then, we will continue to “Rurouni Kenshin Final Chapter The Beginning,” which approaches the mystery of the that has never been told. Draw through the two eras of the end of the uprising and the new era after the Meiji Restoration! The greatest climax in the history of “Rurouni Kenshin” drawn through two works. All of “Rurouni Kenshin” is here. The movie “Rurouni Kenshin Final Chapter The Final / The Beginning” will be a road show for two consecutive episodes of Friday, July 3 & Friday, August 7!

Watch the Japanese trailer below.

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