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Samurai Girls, known originally as Hyakka Ryōran: Samurai Girls in Japan, is a 2010 anime series based on the light novel series with the same name written by Akira Suzuki and illustrated by Niθ. It was serialized and published by Hobby Japan from February 28, 2009 to January 26, 2014, with a total of 17 volumes.

The anime series was animated by Arms, directed by KOBUN, and it premiered in Japan from September 4, 2010 to December 20, 2010, consisting of 12 episodes. Sentai Filmworks licensed the anime and produced an English Dub of the anime


Jubei Yagyu, Hanzo Hattori, Yukimura Sanada, Sen Tokugawa, Kanetsugu Naoe, and Matabei Goto. In the alternate world of Hyakka Ryouran: Samurai Girls these are not the legendary samurai of history. They are scantily clad young ladies living in an age where the Tokugawa shogunate remained in power, and all of them have been sent to Buou Academic School in order to hone their battle skills.

Muneakira Yagyu, master of the Yagyu dojo, is the only one who has the ability to take these warriors to the next level, making them into master samurai. Once he unlocks the hidden powers of Jubei with a kiss, the rest of the girls will set their sights on attaining that power for themselves.

Together with his new group of master samurai, Muneakira will rebel against the school's student council, who have tasked themselves with oppressing students in this hectic world.


Image Character Seiyū Dub Actor
Main Characters
Jūbee Yagyū Aoi Yūki Emily Neves
Muneakira Yagyū Daisuke Hirakawa David Matranga
Sen Tokugawa Minako Kotobuki Luci Christian
Yukimura Sanada Rie Kugimiya Hilary Haag
Recurring Characters
Matabee Gotō Yū Kobayashi Shelley Calene-Black
Hanzō Hattori Saori Gotō Maggie Flecknoe
Kanetsugu Naoe Aki Toyosaki Rozie Curtis
Yoshihiko Tokugawa Takahiro Sakurai Leraldo Anzaldua
Charles d'Artanian Ami Koshimizu Taylor Hannah
Gisen Yagyū Kaoru Mizuhara Melissa Davis
Narrator Fumihiko Tachiki Hassan Chop

Episodic Characters[]

Image Character Seiyū Dub Actor Ep(s).
Head Maid Satomi Moriya Amanda B. Reckonwith 6
Principal Naoki Tamanoi Hassan Chop 7


  • Several voice actors are credited with aliases such as David Matranga as Ben Wabal, Shelley Calene-Black as Eileen Dover, and Luci Christian as Tabitha Hickey.

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