New Rurouni Kenshin Anime Releases First Opening, Ending: Watch

 


Rurouni Kenshin has made a triumphant return with a fresh anime reboot series as part of the Summer 2023 lineup, treating fans to a revitalized version of the beloved franchise. Alongside the premiere of its first episode, the new Rurouni Kenshin anime has unveiled its captivating opening and ending theme sequences. Although the original Rurouni Kenshin anime concluded its run a considerable time ago, the franchise has endured, despite the controversies surrounding its creator, through new manga installments and live-action feature films. Now, the series has experienced a resurrection following the conclusion of the live-action movies, with a brand-new anime that revisits the origins of the story.









Rurouni Kenshin's latest anime series embarks on a faithful adaptation of the original manga, starting from the very beginning. The series premiered its first episode alongside the other exciting new anime releases lined up for the Summer 2023 anime schedule. To mark this special occasion, Rurouni Kenshin has unveiled its inaugural opening theme, "Hiten," performed by Ayase and R-Shitei. You can enjoy the opening theme in the video provided above. The accompanying ending theme, titled "Kissaki," is performed by Reol, and you can listen to it below:









How to Watch Rurouni Kenshin 2023

Under the direction of Hideyo Yamamoto and produced by Liden Films, the new Rurouni Kenshin anime series is now available for streaming on Crunchyroll. The streaming platform offers fans the opportunity to watch the latest episodes of the series. In their teaser for the first episode, Crunchyroll entices viewers with the following description: "11th year of the Meiji Era in downtown Tokyo. Kaoru Kamiya, the acting master of the 'Kamiya Kasshin-ryu' style, was chasing after the 'Hitokiri Battosai,' who was claiming to be a user of her sword style. One night, Kaoru meets a man carrying a sword. She immediately questions the man, but he seems to have absolutely no will to fight. 'Is this the rumored Hitokiri Battosai?' As Kaoru dubiously looks on, the man introduces himself as Kenshin Himura, a 'Rurouni.'"


The new Rurouni Kenshin anime boasts a talented team, including Terumi Nishii as the character designer, Hideyuki Kurata as the series composer, and Yu Takami as the composer. The voice cast for Rurouni Kenshin features a stellar lineup, with Soma Saito lending his voice to Kenshin Himura, Rie Takahashi portraying Kaoru Kamiya, Makoto Koichi as Yahiko Myojin, Taku Yashiro as Sagara Sanosuke, Yuma Uchida as Aoshi Shinomori, and Saori Onishi as Megumi Takani.

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