Product Tag - Tetsuya Watari

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    Shinsengumi Keppūroku

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    Shinsengumi Keppūroku

    Shinsengumi Keppuroku is a novel by Ryōtarō Shiba and a television series which aired in 1998.

    The arrival of Matthew Perry’s Black Ships rudely awakened Japan from 300 years of isolation from the world. Men set their eyes beyond Japan and began to demand change in society. Old clashed with the new, and thus began an age of turmoil. Amidst this confusion, one group remained true to the old ways and risked their lives to preserve the traditional shogunate system. Led by their charismatic captain, Kondo Isami, the Shinsengumi upheld the code of honor of the samurai. Tales abound of the feats of men like Kondo, Hijikata Toshizo and Okita Soshi. In general, the passion and glory of these men who lived during these turbulent times in Japanese history are given exploration.

    $48.00
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    Graveyard of Honor (1975)

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    Graveyard of Honor (1975)

    A look at the life of renegade yakuza, Rikio Ishikawa, particularly the years from 1946 to 1950 when his violent antics get him in trouble with his own clan, Kawada, and then with the clan of his protector, Kozaburo Imai. In these years, he can rely on Chieko, a young Tokyo courtesan who gives him shelter. He’s banished to Osaka, where he picks up a drug habit. Through it all, he keeps his friends and enemies off balance with unpredictable behavior – and he seems indestructible.

    $15.00
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    Hideyoshi

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    Hideyoshi

    A dramatized biography of the second of Japan’s three legendary leaders. Rising from obscurity, Hideyoshi served under the command of Oda Nobunaga. With an extraordinary combination of intelligence, bravery and military skill, Hideyoshi rose to near-absolute power and greatly expanded upon Nobunaga’s unification of Japan’s warlords. This series also focused on Hideyoshi’s personal life, particularly his relationships with his mother and his wife, and the pair’s rivalry for influence over him.

    $104.00
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    Family: Absence of the Wife, Existence of the Husband

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    Family: Absence of the Wife, Existence of the Husband

    Kamikawa Ryohei is a 35-year-old man who works in a foreign company and lives a happy family life with his wife and son. On the day he decides to switch careers and submit his resignation, his wife runs away from home, leaving his hands full taking care of the home and bringing up their son. Saeki Shinichiro is a 61-year-old man who decides to live alone when he loses his wife to illness not long after he reached the mandatory retirement age.

    $40.00
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    Epic Chushingura

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    Epic Chushingura

    Daichūshingura is a television dramatization of the events of the Forty-seven Ronin. The first episode aired on January 5, 1971, and the 52nd and final episode appeared on December 28 of the same year. The NET network broadcast it in the Tuesday evening 9:00–9:56 prime-time slot in Japan.

    The series featured an all-star cast. The central actor was Toshiro Mifune, who portrayed Ōishi Kuranosuke; Yoko Tsukasa his wife; and kabuki actor Onoe Kikugorō VII their son Chikara.

    $112.00
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    Katsu Kaishu

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    Katsu Kaishu

    Katsu Kaishū deals with end of the Edo period. Based on Kan Shimozawa’s novels “Katsu Kaishū “

    $104.00
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    Marusa!!

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    Marusa!!

    $48.00
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    Gion Bayashi

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    Gion Bayashi

    Irie is ordered to investigate George Hakushu, a key person in the missile defense program.

    The mysterious man’s identity may be Kitayama, his former senior who committed suicide after being captured as an industrial spy…

    $25.00
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