10 Tokyo Warriors
|10 Tokyo Warriors|
Logo of the 10 Tokyo Warriors OVA series
|Genre||Action, Adventure, Supernatural|
|Original video animation|
|Directed by||Hikaru Takanashi|
|Released||July 25, 1999 – January 25, 2002|
10 Tokyo Warriors (倒凶十将伝 Tokyo Jushoden?) is a six-episode supernatural action/adventure original video animation (OVA) anime series produced in 1999–2000 (episodes 1–3) and 2001–2002 (episodes 4–6) by Zexcs and directed by Hikaru Takanashi. The series was licensed in English by Media Blasters and broadcast in the United States by Encore Action in 2007.
Long ago, in Japan's feudal era, an evil lord named the Demon King used his band of demons, the Kyouma, to wreak havoc upon the country. Only the combined bravery of ten warriors could stop him; he was sealed away and the Kyouma put down. But now, Lord Shindigan, one of the surviving Kyouma, plans to free the Demon King from his imprisonment. The reincarnations of the legendary warriors must band together to stop him and save the world.
Kyoshiro Kagami: A private inspector in the present, he is the Warrior of the Mirror. Voiced by: Juurouta Kosugi
Hagiri Ranba: A teenage girl who is the Warrior of Fire. Voiced by: Kotono Mitsushi
Jingo Kazamatsuri: A trendy teenage boy; he uses wind attacks. Voiced by: Ryotaro Okiayu
Futaba Amitaka: A quiet teenage girl who uses paper charms. She seems to have a crush on Jutto. Voiced by: Yui Horie
Minawa Narutaki: A blind priest who refuses to accept his destiny. Voiced by: Hiroshi Yanaka
Jutto Sego: The Warrior of Light and the main character. Voiced by: Hikaru Midorikawa
Kotana Kifu: A country bumpkin who summons a Sacred Beast through her pet mouse, Tsuina. She has a special relationship with Jutto, though neither seems to be willing to admit it. Voiced by: Yuka Imai
Hajime Shirogane: The Warrior of Martial Arts and the former commander of the ten warriors. Voiced by: Kenyuu Horiuchi
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