The Legend End, the third sequel to the second Kyoto Inferno in 2014. I don’t think Kenshin needs to be introduced in general. The series, which is already familiar with the anime TV series Travel Samurai, is also one of Watsuki Nobuhiro’s world-famous manga works. In 2012, it was directed by Outomo Keishi. Actor Satoh Takeru has released a live-action film starring Himura Kenshin. Advanced production quality; The fast-paced action shots have garnered rave reviews and become a model for action-to-movie transitions. In 2014, the manga Kyoto Arc was renamed Kyoto Inferno and The Legend Ends. The movie has just been split into two parts. It may be well known, but I will introduce the backbone to make the film more enjoyable.
Himura Kenshin was one of the assassins of the Ishin Shishi Revolutionary Group, which fought against the prefecture of Shigun during the Bakumatsu Civil War during the Meiji period of Japan. A samurai who is terrified by the name Hitokiri Battousai Hit. Kenshin, who was devastated by the many lives he took after the civil war, vowed never to kill again. Carrying a revolver, he began a new life to save the life of the traveling samurai (Rurouni) and those in need. After that, Kenshin became a new friend. He tries to cover up the bitter past by meeting the new enemies of his life with new enemies.