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Ikkitousen

Aired: Jul 30, 2003 to Oct 22, 2003
Broadcast: Wednesdays at 11:30 (JST)
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
English: Ikki Tousen
Episodes: 13
Favorites: 347
Genres: Ecchi, Martial Arts, School, Super Power
Genres A: Ecchi, Martial Arts, School, Super Power
Japanese: 一騎当千
Licensors: FUNimation Entertainment, Geneon Entertainment USA
Members: 87,508
Popularity: #636
Premiered: Summer 2003
Producers: Genco, Cosmic Ray, Eye Move, Bushiroad
Ranked: #4799
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity
Score: 6.62 (scored by 43,893 users)
Source: Manga
Status: Finished Airing
Status A: Completed
Studios: J.C.Staff
Synonyms: Ikki-Tosen: Legendary Fighter, Battle Vixens
Type: TV
Type A: TV Series, 13 Episodes
Year A: Jul 30, 2003 - Oct 22, 2003

Description of Ikkitousen

In Ikkitousen, the Kanto region of Japan is locked in the middle of a turf war between seven different high schools. Among the students of these schools are a select few who are in possession of sacred beads. These magatama harbor the souls of warriors who fought during the Three Kingdoms Era of Chinese history. Not only are these students blessed with abilities that draw from the souls they are tied to, but they are also blessed, or maybe cursed, with the fates of these warriors from the past.

One of these students is Hakufu Sonsaku; a young, caring, dim-witted girl who has recently transferred into Nanyo Academy and will be living with her cousin, Koukin Shuyu. Hakufu’s arrival creates an almost immediate sense of tension due to her power as a fighter and the possibility that she may be the one who carries the spirit of the Chinese warlord, Sun Ce. The most powerful fighters at Nanyo, known as “The Big Four” are shaken by her presence and determined to stop Hakufu from achieving the goal given to her by her mother: to conquer those who challenge her and unite the seven schools.

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List of Characters and Actors

 
Morikubo, Showtaro
Japanese  
 
Genpou, Saji
Main  
 
Kaida, Yuuko
Japanese  
 
Ryomou, Shimei
Main  
 
Hino, Satoshi
Japanese  
 
Shuuyu, Koukin
Main  
 
Asano, Masumi
Japanese  
 
Sonsaku, Hakufu
Main  
 
Sheh, Stephanie
English  
 
Chinkyuu, Koudai
Supporting  
 
 
Chokou, Shikou
Supporting  
 

 
 
Enjutsu, Kouro
Supporting  
 
Schlosser, Raul
Brazilian  
 
Gakushu
Supporting  
 
Lee, Wendee
English  
 
Goei
Supporting  
 
Phillips, Josh
English  
 
Kakouton, Genjou
Supporting  
 
Nanao, Haruhi
Japanese  
 
Kaku, Bunwa
Supporting  
 
Fujimoto, Takayuki
Japanese  
 
Kakuka, Houkou
Supporting  
 
Oka, Hiroe
Japanese  
 
Kan'u, Unchou
Supporting  
 
Ueda, Youji
Japanese  
 
Kannei, Kouha
Supporting  
 
Miyake, Kenta
Japanese  
 
Narrator
Supporting  
 
Watanabe, Akeno
Japanese  
 
Ryofu, Housen
Supporting  
 
Hasuike, Ryuuzou
Japanese  
 
Ryuuyou, Seirei
Supporting  
 
Akagi, Susumu
Japanese  
 
Sousou, Moutoku
Supporting  
 
Seitz, Patrick
English  
 
Taishiji, Shigi
Supporting  
 
Akagi, Susumu
Japanese  
 
Teifu, Tokubou
Supporting  
 
Namikawa, Daisuke
Japanese  
 
Toutaku, Chuuei
Supporting  
 
Kobayashi, Yumiko
Japanese  
 
Ukitsu
Supporting  

List of Staffs

 
Watanabe, Takashi
Director, Storyboard
 
 
Hashimoto, Masakazu
Storyboard
 
m.o.v.e
Theme Song Performance
 
Andou, Tomomi
Color Design
 
Fukuyo, Shingo
Director of Photography
 
Hasegawa, Shinya
Character Design
 
MacDonald, Scott
Background Art
 
Masuda, Kuniaki
Animation Director, Key Animation
 
Sekiguchi, Masahiro
Animation Director
 
Shiozaki, Yuji
Original Character Design, Original Creator
 
Suzuki, Youhei
Director of Photography