As you already found plenty of information about Rurouni Kenshin in our previous posts, Now, Rurouni Kenshin previews new theme songs in their newly released promo video. The first part of the series was just finished on September 29, 2023, with a total of 13 episodes.
Now the second part is all set to begin airing on October 6, 2023, on their respective platforms where the first part was released. Moreover, fans were very excited to continue the story and eager to know everything about it. So let’s get straight to this informative news and find out the new theme songs for the series.
Rurouni Kenshin Preview New Theme Songs
On September 28, 2023, Rurouni Kenshin preview new theme songs by releasing a new promo video. Moreover, it is the seventh promo video for the series and was released on the Aniplex YouTube channel. While watching this newly released trailer, you will also hear a brief preview of the series’ new theme songs.
So, “Rurou no Katashiro” is the new opening theme song of Rurouni Kenshin. This song will be performed by Masaki Suda along with the Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra. On the other hand, “Sonzai Shomei” (existence proof) is the new ending theme song that will be performed by KID PHENOMENON.
New Main Visual for Rurouni Kenshin Second Part
On the same date of its new theme songs revealed, the officials also released a new main visual for the series. This visual features all the major characters of Rurouni Kenshin, including the main characters, Himura and Kaoru.
That’s it for the post! We hope you found this informative news to be useful. Stay tuned with us for more of the latest anime and manga news.
Frequently Asked Questions:
“Yahiko’s battle” is the first episode of the second part and it is the 14th episode of the series.
You can watch this upcoming second part of the Rurouni Kenshin on the same platforms where the first part was released such as Crunchyroll and Fuji tv.
The manga counterpart of “Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Swordsman Romantic Story” has already released a total of 28 volumes. You can read this popular historical manga on Jump Comics at Shueisha and Weekly Shonen Jump at Viz Media.
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