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SERIES Kurama Tengu | Episode 5 : The Mysterious Cult of Assassins – Part 2

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鞍馬天狗 | 第5回 山獄党奇談 後編 [NHK]

|Length : 43min. |Year : 2008

Kurama Tengu and the commander of the Shinsengumi, Kondo Isami, each become aware that some of their respective comrades have joined the Sangakuto. Kurata Tenzen meets with members of the secret group and offers to assassinate Kurama Tengu for money. Kurata then appears to cut down Kurama Tengu as the leaders of the Sangakuto watch from a distance. But this Kurama Tengu is actually a fake played by Katsura Kogoro in disguise. Kurata's ploy helps him to gain the trust of the Sangakuto leadership, enabling him to get into the secret group's hideout to rescue Shiragiku. Meanwhile, Kondo begins to suspect that the mastermind behind Sangakuto is the merchant Mishimaya.

SERIES Kurama Tengu | Episode 6 : The Geisha and the Lullaby

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鞍馬天狗 | 第6回 天狗と子守歌 [NHK]

|Length : 43min. |Year : 2008

An infant is abandoned at Ikumatsu's geisha house. This child belongs to a former geisha called Ikuhama who had worked there some five years earlier and who had subsequently eloped and disappeared from the scene. Although Ikumatsu is at first rather irritated by Ikuhama's supposed act of irresponsibility, she gradually develops a soft spot for the infant and begins to dote on him. Then three samurai men turn up at the geisha house, demanding to take the baby with them. The men claim that the infant belongs to an upper vassal clan of the shogun. But a suspicious Ikumatsu turns them down and chases them out. When Kurata tracks down Ikuhama and hears her story, she reveals that the infant is caught up in a power struggle of succession and that his life is in danger.

SERIES Kurama Tengu | Episode 7 : The Assassination List – Part 1

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鞍馬天狗 | 第7回 角兵衛獅子 前編 [NHK]

|Length : 43min. |Year : 2009

Kurata Tenzen comes across a pair of desperate minstrel boys, Sugisaku and his younger brother. They appear to be distraught after having lost the money they had collected that day. Kurata gives them some coins to help them out of their predicament. Sugisaku tells his master Choshichi about this, but upon hearing Sugisaku mention the name of Katsura Kogoro, who had been accompanying Kurata that night, Choshichi secretly informs the Shinsengumi about the temple that Katsura and his comrades use as a meeting place. In order to allow Katsura to flee, Kurama Tengu appears on the scene to fight off the Shinsengumi raid. And Sugisaku, impressed by the sight of the brave Kurama Tengu, physically intervenes to protect Kurama Tengu as a marksman with a pistol takes aim. Meanwhile, upon hearing of an "Assassination List" at the inn, Shiragiku hurriedly heads off to search for Kurama Tengu in order to warn him.

SERIES Kurama Tengu | Episode 8 : The Assassination List – Part 2

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鞍馬天狗 | 第8回 角兵衛獅子 後編 [NHK]

|Length : 43min. |Year : 2009

Pretending to be a member of the Shinsengumi, Kurata Tenzen arranges a meeting with the chamberlain of Osaka Castle in order to acquire the "Assassination List" which lists the names of those who oppose shogun rule. But as a consequence of Choshichi's tip-off, the chamberlain quickly realizes that their guest is in fact Kurama Tengu. Kurata is then seriously injured as he attempts to flee from the castle retainers. He manages to take refuge in a storehouse on the castle grounds, but finds himself under siege as retainers surround the structure. When Kondo Isami hears of this, he heads to Osaka Castle on his own in order to settle the score with Kurama Tengu man-to-man.

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