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Shura no Toki: Age of Chaos (陸奥圓明流外伝 修羅の刻 Mutsu Enmei Ryugaiden: Shura no Toki) is a 2004 anime series based on the manga by Masatoshi Kawahara. It was serialized and published in Kodansha's Monthly Shounen Magazine from April 1987 to November 1996 with a total of 31 volumes.

The anime series was animated by Media Factory & Studio Comet, directed by Shin Misawa, and aired originally in Japan on TV Tokyo from April 6, 2004 to September 28, 2004, consisting of 26 episodes. Media Blasters licensed the anime for distribution, while NYAV Post produced an English Dub for the series which was released the same year on November 30, 2004.

Synopsis

Legends tell of an invincible martial art known as Mutsu Enmei-Ryu, an unarmed style that allows the user to defeat any number of armed opponents using incredible speed and strength. This is the story of three generations of those who bear the name Mutsu, and their encounters and battles with the strongest fighters of their era.


Cast[]

Image Character Seiyū Dub Actor
Main Characters
Izumi Mutsu Hozumi Gōda Marc Thompson
Takako Mutsu Kōji Yusa
Yakumo Mutsu Hiroki Takahashi
Musashi Miyamoto Takashi Matsuyama J. David Brimmer
Secondary Characters
Iori Miyamoto Kōji Watanabe
(adult)
Matt Caplan
(adult)
Hiroshi Watanabe
(young)
Kokoro Kikuchi
(child)
Erica Schroeder
(young)
Tsubura Mutsu Masami Suzuki Debora Rabbai
Sōshi Okita Yūichi Nakamura Matt Caplan
Mitsuyoshi Jubei Yagyū Eiji Takemoto Kevin T. Collins
Sasuke Tadashi Miyazawa Mike Pollock
Toshizō Hijikata Taiten Kusunoki Lex Wutas
Ryōma Sakamoto Akifumi Endō Marc Diraison
Shiori Nozomi Masu Tara Sands
Other Characters
Muneyori Yagyū Sukekiyo Kameyama James Carter Cathcart
Sōhō Takuan Bon Ishihara Danny Burstein
Munefuyu Matajūrō Yagyū Nobuyuki Kobushi David Moo
Kogoro Katsura Eiji Itō Wayne Grayson
Jōkichi Chiba Bunmei Tobayama Peter Ganim
Narration
Narrator Kōji Watanabe Anthony Salerno
(ep. 1)
Marc Thompson

Episodic Characters[]

Image Character Seiyū Dub Actor Ep(s).
Servant Masami Iwasaki ¿? 1
Inmitsu Makoto Ueki Maddie Blaustein 3
Asanosuke Kōji Yusa Dan Green
Baiken Shishito Holly Kaneko Matt Caplan
Oume Yuriko Fuchizaki Erica Schroeder
Aoki Eiji Takemoto Marc Thompson 4
Shinzaburou Kuki Yūya Ushimura Sean Schemmel 4-6
Princess Yuki Yuki Kaida Amy Palant 4-7
Kazuma Kuki Taiten Kusunoki Dan Green 5-6
Genjirō Kuki Shintarō Sonooka Greg Abbey 5-7
Lord of Castle Kōji Ishii James Carter Cathcart 6
Nobutsuna Matsudaira Hideaki Matsunaga Lex Wutas 7, 10-14
Tenkai Nankōbō Yūsaku Yara David Moo
Kakusuke Masami Iwasaki Sean Kenin 9
Saemonsuke Yukimura Sanada Taiten Kusunoki Peter Ganim
Toshikata Monzaemon Yagyū Shigeru Sakano Brian T. Schneider 9, 11-14
Toshitoshi Hyōgosuke Yagyū Kōji Ishii Daryl Bowling
Matabei Takada Holly Kaneko David Logan Rankin 11
Iemitsu Tokugawa Ryō Naitō Christopher Kromer 11-14
Shigetaka Tōgō Tetsuo Komura ¿? 12
Hagai Hirama Isshinsai Yoshiaki Matsumoto ¿?
Nagakatsu Tamiya Naoki Takamatsu ¿? 12-13
Tadatsune Ono Daisuke Hirakawa ¿? 12-14
Hanehita Takechi Ryō Naitō John Sale 15-16
Jūtarō Chiba Shigeru Sakano John Sale 15-16, 22
Sanako Chiba Eriko Hirata Mollie Weaver
Shintarō Nakaoka Masami Iwasaki Sean Kenin 16, 20-21
Shinzō Miyoshi Eiji Takemoto David Wills 17
Kichinosuke Saigō Tetsuo Komura Lex Wutas 17-18, 20
Oryō Miina Tominaga Suzanne Gilad 17-18, 21
Hanjirō Nakamura Kenji Nomura Jeffrey M. Bender 17, 20-21
Shinsaku Takasugi Yūya Ushimura Peter Ganim 18-19
Captain Kanno Jun Iwata Adam Devine
Captain Mochizuki Takashi Matsuyama J. David Brimmer 19
Minekichi Tōko Aoyama Erica Schroeder 20-22
Kōshitarō Itō Kyūsaku Shimada Maddie Blaustein
Ran Kaori Asō Haley Channing 23-26
Takeaki Enomoto Holly Kaneko ¿? 25
Hajime Saitō Eiji Itō ¿?

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