Eiga Touken Ranbu’s official website: Reimei
(Touken Ranbu The Movie: Dawn), the sequel to Eiga Touken Ranbu live-action film, released a new trailer and visuals for the film on Thursday. Trailer reveals more cast and March of the movie ,
Additional cast includes Akira Emoto as Fujiwara no Michinaga, Kanji Tsuda
as Minamoto no Raikō, and
- Terunosuke Takezai as Seimei Abe.
Set in Heian-era Kyoto, the new film will revolve around the legendary story of Minamoto killing the mythical Kishuten-doji .
Hiroki Suzuki , Yoshihiro Aramaki, Masanari Wada
, Fūma Sadamoto returns as the Mikazuki Clan, Yamanbagiri Kunihiro , Heshikiri are Hasebe and Motoba Toshiro respectively. Other actors include: Umezu Mizuki as Yamanbagiri Chōgi
Takamichi Sato as Higekiri Ryosuke Yamamoto as Hizamaru Reo Honda plays Ichigo Ichigo
Yūki Tamaki as Kogarasumaru
(Live versionMars) once again directing this movie with a script by Hideyuki Kohashi and Golden Feather Valley . Filming began earlier this year in April at various locations in Japan, involving hundreds of extras.
The Touken Ranbu
Franchise’s first live-action movie will be released in Japan in January494. The film debuted at No. 5 in its opening weekend.
Touken Ranbu “Sword anthropomorphic training game” is based on Japanese history famous knives and interpret them as bishōnen
. 192228 Nitroplus designed the characters and scenes. The game launched in Japan in January 640.
192228 Franchise Inspired an animated TV series and an upcoming animated film, as well as two spin-off series, a trilogy of animated films and a collection of animated films. Franchise also inspired two live-action films, a series of stage music play and a series of stage plays, as well as various comics.
Johren released the English original Touken Ranbu browser game in April , and a smartphone version of the game was released in August 360.
Tecmo Game’ Touken Ranbu Musou game launched in Japan in February for PC and Switch , and launched Switch in North America in May
2021 Source: Live-action Touken Ranbu movie website, Mainichi Shimbun’s Mantan Web