Drama Ashura Blood Gets in Your Eyes Information

Ashura Blood Gets in Your Eyes
  • Drama Title: Ashura Blood Gets in Your Eyes
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Action, Comedy, Fantasy, jidaigeki
  • Country: Japanese
  • Published Date: 2003
  • Total Episodes: 2
  • Summary: 

    The story here concerns the efforts of an evil nun known as Bizan who wishes to bring back to life the demon monarch Ashura, so that the Oni may rule the world. But that’s not an easy task with the Demon Wardens scouring the land and taking care of demons who have taken on human form. Five years ago Izumo Wakuraba (Somegoro Ichikawa) served as a Demon Warden lieutenant alongside his chief, Kuninari and the slightly mental Jaku Abe. Since then he’s retired and has been enjoying success as a lead actor for the Nakamura Kabuki troupe, led by playwright Nanboku Tsuruya IV, while his former colleagues continue to fight the good fight. Meanwhile the police authorities have been struggling to capture the thief known as “The Night Camellia.

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