Sengoku Jieitai: Sekigahara no Tatakai

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Sengoku Jietai: Sekigahara no Tatakai
Sengoku Jieitai.jpg
Promotional picture of Sengoku Jietai: Sekigahara no Tatakai
Created by Mitsumasa Saito
Starring Takashi Sorimachi
Tatsuya Fujiwara
Atsuro Watabe
Eriko Sato
Emiri Henmi
Narrated by Akira Kamiya
Country of origin  Japan
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 2
Original network NTV
Original release January 31 – February 7, 2006

Sengoku Jieitai Sekigahara No Tatakai (戦国自衛隊 関ケ原の戦い, Warring States JSDF Battle of Sekigahara) is a 2006 television series mainly based on the Sengoku Jieitai movie in 1979 and the 2005 movie Sengoku Jieitai 1549. Its director, Mitsumasa Saito, had been involved in the creation of the Sengoku Jietai 1979 movie.


After war games were completed in the Fuji Training Ground, a mysterious storm sends First Lieutenant Akiyoshi Iba and his subordinates to the Warring States Period, 400 years from the present time.[1][2] Stranded, Iba wants to return to the present with the rest of his units. However another officer by the name of First Lieutenant Takuya Shimamura had wanted to alter the past in order to change the modern times when they head back.[1] But as the days go on, the platoons find themselves under constant threats from the Samurai, with most of the soldiers being killed individually in ambushes and surprise attacks by the former and later, by Ninjas. The rest were wiped out in a surprise attack against Iba's camp, after Shimamura had been executed by decapitation, by a combination of Archers and Arquebusers.

In the end of movie, there only 2 survivor left . Miyashita from the Shimamura platoon live with his lover and the child together in the past time meanwhile another survivor, Sergeant Fukami Moe, had been able to return to the present after the same storm had brought her back from the Sengoku period. Unfortunately, she had lost most of her memory due to the traumatic experience that she had seen since most of her fellow soldiers and First Lieutenants Shimamura and Iba were killed in the Sengoku period, as well as being the only survivor when police had found her. Sergeant Moe, in the end, is seen to be a mute, wandering about the streets of Tokyo. Iba's wife mourns his death after his daughter discovers Iba's JGSDF Dog tags in a temple.


Heisei period characters[edit]

Iba Platoon[edit]

Shimamura Platoon[edit]

On the tank[edit]

On the helicopter[edit]

  •  :1st Lieutenant (Pilot) Toyohiko Egawa, sides with Shimamura and killed by Tasuke special forces
  •  :2nd Lieutenant (Copilot) Kengo Hiyama, sides with Iba, killed by Honda's forces
  •  :Sergeant First Class (Ground man) Minoru Kawagoe, sides with Shimamura and killed by Tasuke special forces

Other characters[edit]

Keichōera's of the Sengoku's period characters[edit]

The Westeners people[edit]

The Easteners people[edit]

Theme Songs[edit]

  • Love to Say and Yesterday by Satomi (Aozora Records)

Media Release[edit]

A DVD based on the show was released to the public on June 21, 2006. Aside from the inclusion of the series, it also had deleted scenes in it.

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