Swords! Hiten Mitsurugi! Hiko Seijuuro! With these three and much more, the Meiji era romp Rurouni Kenshin: Romance of a Meiji Swordsman/Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan possesses much to love. If you like samurai, this one may be for you. Scans to tempt!

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The covers of the mini-cases from the Kyoto Arc bento box. Two sides per case, two scans per case.

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A scan of the description tag that came with a wallpaper first. The second is a poster and I know that it contains Kenshin, à la younger, Battousai Kenshin more than likely, and I am reasonably sure the person he is standing next to is Saitou, circa Shinsengumi. The rest of the crew appear to be other members of the Shinsengumi. Where in the Rurouni Kenshin series this came from I do not know. It is the wrong art style for Samurai X, which might have contained the time period this is from, but the regular Rurouni Kenshin series doesn't have a part that far in Kenshin's past, as far as I know.

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A pair of shitajiki here. Both were purchased due to their having that rare distinction of featuring the Master himself, Seijuuro Hiko the 13th.

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