The new Rurouni Swordsmanship TV anime is scheduled to air in 2023 on Noitamina.


At the Aniplex Online Fest 2022 event held on Saturday, the trailer, main crew and main cast of a new TV animation project based on the manga Ruroni Kenshin by Nobuhiro Watsuki was revealed. The anime is set to debut in 2023 on Fuji Television’s Noitamina programming block. The anime readjusts the main manga series. Aniplex has revealed additional character visuals for Kenshin and Kaoru. LIden Movies, directed by Hideyo Yamamoto. Terumi Nishii will plan the character, and Hideyuki Kurata will be in charge of the series work. Composed by Yuu Takami. Saito Souma will play the role of Kenshin Himura and Rie Takahashi will play the role of Kaoru Kamiya.

Watsuki and his writer spouse/story collaborator Kaoru Kurosaki started the Rurouni Kenshin: Hokkaido Bend (Rurouni Kenshin, Meiji Kenkaku Romantan: Hokkaido edition) manga at Leap SQ in Shueisha. September 2017 magazine. The manga was stopped in December 2017 after Watsuki was charged with possession of child pornography. The series has since continued to be distributed in June 2018. Shueisha released the 7th unified volume of the manga on May 2nd. Viz Media also published the manga in English at the same time, but it was discontinued after the manga was discontinued in 2017.

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The new Rurouni Kenshin anime got a trailer at Aniplex Online Fest 2022. Likewise, it was confirmed that the anime would reboot as the first 1996 did not fully adjust the manga. Dubbed Samurai X, the series is set to debut on Fuji TV’s Noitamina block in 2023. Hideo Yamamoto is directing the new Rurouni Kenshin animation reported at Leap Festa 2022. Studio LIDENFILMS is responsible for the animation. Terumi Niishi is in charge of character design, and Hideyuki Karuta is in charge of the series works.

Yu Takami also deals with music as well. Saito Soma and Takahashi Rie are voiced by Kenshin Himura and Kaoru Kamiya. Character visuals were also revealed. Shueisha serialized Nobuhiro Watsuki’s Ronnie Swordsman manga series in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine from 1994 to 1999, with a total of 28 volumes available. A sequel to the manga Rurouni Kenshin: The Hokkaido Arc is currently being published by the same publisher, with up to 7 volumes currently available.

New Rurouni Kenshin’s animated live-action film series

Rurouni Kenshin likewise got a live-action film series. The first film premiered in 2012. A second film, Kyoto Hellfire, was released in 2014, followed by a third film, The Legend Ends. The first three live-action films adapted the animated series. The fourth live-action film, Rurouni Swordsman: The Last, released in 2021, is an adaptation of the third and final issue of the Rurooni Swordsman manga series, the Jinchu issue. A fifth film also debuted around the same time, entitled Kenshin Ruroni: The Beginning, which was adapted from the Kenshin Rurouni: Trust and Treachery prequel OVA and revolved around the life Kenshin had as Hitokiri Battousai, still a murderer.



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