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The second presents for RK fans from @ruroken_movie official account on Twitter:

 

To celebrate a very big run of RK sequels, they will give press books with the autographs of Sato Takeru, Takei Emi, Iseya Yusuke, Aoki Munetaka, Aoi Yu, Kamiki Ryunosuke, Eguchi Yosuke, Fujiwara Tatsuya, and Dir Otomo to 2 lucky followers.

To apply for a prize, follow @ruroken_movie account, and post a tweet telling which character you like best in RK series with a hush tag: #るろ剣から御礼2

Dead line is the end of Oct 23 (Japan Time).

source: https://twitter.com/ruroken_movie/status/524123740137717760

             https://twitter.com/ruroken_movie/status/524124023131615233

RuroKen Location Site Tour <2> Zuishin-in temple in Kyoto
 
Zuishin-in temple is small compared with Ninna-ji temple. It is associated with Ono-no Komachi, one of the three most beautiful women in the world ever; the others are Cleopatra in Egypt and Yang Guifei in China. There is a well named ‘Kesho-no Ido (Well of Makeup). It is said that Ono-no Komachi’s resort villa was located near here and she used the water from this well.
 
Photo 1 shows the parking lot of this temple.
To get to Zuishin-in temple itself, you go to the right.
To see the inside of this temple, you have to pay an entrance fee, but if you just want to see the shooting site of Rurouni Kenshin, you need not!
You can see a stone guide post in the middle Photo 1 (Photo 2).
 
 
 
Go along this path on and on.
Then you’ll find clay wall on your right.
 
(Photo 3&4)
 
This is the place where Jin’e killed the thugs at night. 
 
(Photo 5)
 
Then Saito probed the site, where Kenshin came and was reminded of his assassination of Kiyosato.
 
(Photo 6&7)
 
If you watch the crumbling earthen wall closely, you’ll identify the place where these scenes were taken.
 
Go a little further, and you’ll find a bamboo grove on your left.
 
(Photo 8&9)
 
In this bamboo grove, Kaoru found Kenshin coming to himself after the flashback of Kiyosato.
 
(Photo 10)
 

You’ll find this is a rather small area, especially for Jin’e to have done such a violent action!


大きな地図で見る
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RuroKen Location Site Tour <2> Zuishin-in temple in Kyoto
 
Zuishin-in temple is small compared with Ninna-ji temple. It is associated with Ono-no Komachi, one of the three most beautiful women in the world ever; the others are Cleopatra in Egypt and Yang Guifei in China. There is a well named ‘Kesho-no Ido (Well of Makeup). It is said that Ono-no Komachi’s resort villa was located near here and she used the water from this well.
 
Photo 1 shows the parking lot of this temple.
To get to Zuishin-in temple itself, you go to the right.
To see the inside of this temple, you have to pay an entrance fee, but if you just want to see the shooting site of Rurouni Kenshin, you need not!
You can see a stone guide post in the middle Photo 1 (Photo 2).
 
 
 
Go along this path on and on.
Then you’ll find clay wall on your right.
 
(Photo 3&4)
 
This is the place where Jin’e killed the thugs at night. 
 
(Photo 5)
 
Then Saito probed the site, where Kenshin came and was reminded of his assassination of Kiyosato.
 
(Photo 6&7)
 
If you watch the crumbling earthen wall closely, you’ll identify the place where these scenes were taken.
 
Go a little further, and you’ll find a bamboo grove on your left.
 
(Photo 8&9)
 
In this bamboo grove, Kaoru found Kenshin coming to himself after the flashback of Kiyosato.
 
(Photo 10)
 

You’ll find this is a rather small area, especially for Jin’e to have done such a violent action!


大きな地図で見る
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RuroKen Location Site Tour <2> Zuishin-in temple in Kyoto
 
Zuishin-in temple is small compared with Ninna-ji temple. It is associated with Ono-no Komachi, one of the three most beautiful women in the world ever; the others are Cleopatra in Egypt and Yang Guifei in China. There is a well named ‘Kesho-no Ido (Well of Makeup). It is said that Ono-no Komachi’s resort villa was located near here and she used the water from this well.
 
Photo 1 shows the parking lot of this temple.
To get to Zuishin-in temple itself, you go to the right.
To see the inside of this temple, you have to pay an entrance fee, but if you just want to see the shooting site of Rurouni Kenshin, you need not!
You can see a stone guide post in the middle Photo 1 (Photo 2).
 
 
 
Go along this path on and on.
Then you’ll find clay wall on your right.
 
(Photo 3&4)
 
This is the place where Jin’e killed the thugs at night. 
 
(Photo 5)
 
Then Saito probed the site, where Kenshin came and was reminded of his assassination of Kiyosato.
 
(Photo 6&7)
 
If you watch the crumbling earthen wall closely, you’ll identify the place where these scenes were taken.
 
Go a little further, and you’ll find a bamboo grove on your left.
 
(Photo 8&9)
 
In this bamboo grove, Kaoru found Kenshin coming to himself after the flashback of Kiyosato.
 
(Photo 10)
 

You’ll find this is a rather small area, especially for Jin’e to have done such a violent action!


大きな地図で見る
Zoom Info
RuroKen Location Site Tour <2> Zuishin-in temple in Kyoto
 
Zuishin-in temple is small compared with Ninna-ji temple. It is associated with Ono-no Komachi, one of the three most beautiful women in the world ever; the others are Cleopatra in Egypt and Yang Guifei in China. There is a well named ‘Kesho-no Ido (Well of Makeup). It is said that Ono-no Komachi’s resort villa was located near here and she used the water from this well.
 
Photo 1 shows the parking lot of this temple.
To get to Zuishin-in temple itself, you go to the right.
To see the inside of this temple, you have to pay an entrance fee, but if you just want to see the shooting site of Rurouni Kenshin, you need not!
You can see a stone guide post in the middle Photo 1 (Photo 2).
 
 
 
Go along this path on and on.
Then you’ll find clay wall on your right.
 
(Photo 3&4)
 
This is the place where Jin’e killed the thugs at night. 
 
(Photo 5)
 
Then Saito probed the site, where Kenshin came and was reminded of his assassination of Kiyosato.
 
(Photo 6&7)
 
If you watch the crumbling earthen wall closely, you’ll identify the place where these scenes were taken.
 
Go a little further, and you’ll find a bamboo grove on your left.
 
(Photo 8&9)
 
In this bamboo grove, Kaoru found Kenshin coming to himself after the flashback of Kiyosato.
 
(Photo 10)
 

You’ll find this is a rather small area, especially for Jin’e to have done such a violent action!


大きな地図で見る
Zoom Info
RuroKen Location Site Tour <2> Zuishin-in temple in Kyoto
 
Zuishin-in temple is small compared with Ninna-ji temple. It is associated with Ono-no Komachi, one of the three most beautiful women in the world ever; the others are Cleopatra in Egypt and Yang Guifei in China. There is a well named ‘Kesho-no Ido (Well of Makeup). It is said that Ono-no Komachi’s resort villa was located near here and she used the water from this well.
 
Photo 1 shows the parking lot of this temple.
To get to Zuishin-in temple itself, you go to the right.
To see the inside of this temple, you have to pay an entrance fee, but if you just want to see the shooting site of Rurouni Kenshin, you need not!
You can see a stone guide post in the middle Photo 1 (Photo 2).
 
 
 
Go along this path on and on.
Then you’ll find clay wall on your right.
 
(Photo 3&4)
 
This is the place where Jin’e killed the thugs at night. 
 
(Photo 5)
 
Then Saito probed the site, where Kenshin came and was reminded of his assassination of Kiyosato.
 
(Photo 6&7)
 
If you watch the crumbling earthen wall closely, you’ll identify the place where these scenes were taken.
 
Go a little further, and you’ll find a bamboo grove on your left.
 
(Photo 8&9)
 
In this bamboo grove, Kaoru found Kenshin coming to himself after the flashback of Kiyosato.
 
(Photo 10)
 

You’ll find this is a rather small area, especially for Jin’e to have done such a violent action!


大きな地図で見る
Zoom Info
RuroKen Location Site Tour <2> Zuishin-in temple in Kyoto
 
Zuishin-in temple is small compared with Ninna-ji temple. It is associated with Ono-no Komachi, one of the three most beautiful women in the world ever; the others are Cleopatra in Egypt and Yang Guifei in China. There is a well named ‘Kesho-no Ido (Well of Makeup). It is said that Ono-no Komachi’s resort villa was located near here and she used the water from this well.
 
Photo 1 shows the parking lot of this temple.
To get to Zuishin-in temple itself, you go to the right.
To see the inside of this temple, you have to pay an entrance fee, but if you just want to see the shooting site of Rurouni Kenshin, you need not!
You can see a stone guide post in the middle Photo 1 (Photo 2).
 
 
 
Go along this path on and on.
Then you’ll find clay wall on your right.
 
(Photo 3&4)
 
This is the place where Jin’e killed the thugs at night. 
 
(Photo 5)
 
Then Saito probed the site, where Kenshin came and was reminded of his assassination of Kiyosato.
 
(Photo 6&7)
 
If you watch the crumbling earthen wall closely, you’ll identify the place where these scenes were taken.
 
Go a little further, and you’ll find a bamboo grove on your left.
 
(Photo 8&9)
 
In this bamboo grove, Kaoru found Kenshin coming to himself after the flashback of Kiyosato.
 
(Photo 10)
 

You’ll find this is a rather small area, especially for Jin’e to have done such a violent action!


大きな地図で見る
Zoom Info
RuroKen Location Site Tour <2> Zuishin-in temple in Kyoto
 
Zuishin-in temple is small compared with Ninna-ji temple. It is associated with Ono-no Komachi, one of the three most beautiful women in the world ever; the others are Cleopatra in Egypt and Yang Guifei in China. There is a well named ‘Kesho-no Ido (Well of Makeup). It is said that Ono-no Komachi’s resort villa was located near here and she used the water from this well.
 
Photo 1 shows the parking lot of this temple.
To get to Zuishin-in temple itself, you go to the right.
To see the inside of this temple, you have to pay an entrance fee, but if you just want to see the shooting site of Rurouni Kenshin, you need not!
You can see a stone guide post in the middle Photo 1 (Photo 2).
 
 
 
Go along this path on and on.
Then you’ll find clay wall on your right.
 
(Photo 3&4)
 
This is the place where Jin’e killed the thugs at night. 
 
(Photo 5)
 
Then Saito probed the site, where Kenshin came and was reminded of his assassination of Kiyosato.
 
(Photo 6&7)
 
If you watch the crumbling earthen wall closely, you’ll identify the place where these scenes were taken.
 
Go a little further, and you’ll find a bamboo grove on your left.
 
(Photo 8&9)
 
In this bamboo grove, Kaoru found Kenshin coming to himself after the flashback of Kiyosato.
 
(Photo 10)
 

You’ll find this is a rather small area, especially for Jin’e to have done such a violent action!


大きな地図で見る
Zoom Info

RuroKen Location Site Tour <2> Zuishin-in temple in Kyoto

 

Zuishin-in temple is small compared with Ninna-ji temple. It is associated with Ono-no Komachi, one of the three most beautiful women in the world ever; the others are Cleopatra in Egypt and Yang Guifei in China. There is a well named ‘Kesho-no Ido (Well of Makeup). It is said that Ono-no Komachi’s resort villa was located near here and she used the water from this well.

 

Photo 1 shows the parking lot of this temple.

To get to Zuishin-in temple itself, you go to the right.

To see the inside of this temple, you have to pay an entrance fee, but if you just want to see the shooting site of Rurouni Kenshin, you need not!

You can see a stone guide post in the middle Photo 1 (Photo 2).

 

 

 

Go along this path on and on.

Then you’ll find clay wall on your right.

 

(Photo 3&4)

 

This is the place where Jin’e killed the thugs at night.

 

(Photo 5)

 

Then Saito probed the site, where Kenshin came and was reminded of his assassination of Kiyosato.

 

(Photo 6&7)

 

If you watch the crumbling earthen wall closely, you’ll identify the place where these scenes were taken.

 

Go a little further, and you’ll find a bamboo grove on your left.

 

(Photo 8&9)

 

In this bamboo grove, Kaoru found Kenshin coming to himself after the flashback of Kiyosato.

 

(Photo 10)

 

You’ll find this is a rather small area, especially for Jin’e to have done such a violent action!


大きな地図で見る

stephany-310:

RuroKen Location Site Tour &lt;1&gt; Ninna-ji temple in Kyoto
 
Dear my followers,
If you ever have a chance to visit Japan, you’ll want to visit the places where Kenshin and all the other characters lived in the live action films.
So I’m going to show you where to visit in this ‘RuroKen Location Site Tour’ series.
Many tourists from abroad will go to Kyoto, so I’ll start with the location sites in Kyoto.
Now, here we go!
【CAUTION】
It may include spoilers to those who haven’t seen Kyoto Inferno and The Legend Ends.
 
 
 
Look at the map and go straight to place with the red circle!
This is the place where Kaoru met Kenshin for the first time in Rurouni Kenshin 1.
Please watch the trees closely and find the forked tree.
Kenshin fell to the ground with dango in his hand there LOL
You can’t find the bulletin board where Battosai’s wanted poster was put up because it was set by construction coordinators.
In the Kyoto Inferno, Sanosuke fought Aoshi here.


I added a screenshot.
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stephany-310:

RuroKen Location Site Tour &lt;1&gt; Ninna-ji temple in Kyoto
 
Dear my followers,
If you ever have a chance to visit Japan, you’ll want to visit the places where Kenshin and all the other characters lived in the live action films.
So I’m going to show you where to visit in this ‘RuroKen Location Site Tour’ series.
Many tourists from abroad will go to Kyoto, so I’ll start with the location sites in Kyoto.
Now, here we go!
【CAUTION】
It may include spoilers to those who haven’t seen Kyoto Inferno and The Legend Ends.
 
 
 
Look at the map and go straight to place with the red circle!
This is the place where Kaoru met Kenshin for the first time in Rurouni Kenshin 1.
Please watch the trees closely and find the forked tree.
Kenshin fell to the ground with dango in his hand there LOL
You can’t find the bulletin board where Battosai’s wanted poster was put up because it was set by construction coordinators.
In the Kyoto Inferno, Sanosuke fought Aoshi here.


I added a screenshot.
Zoom Info
stephany-310:

RuroKen Location Site Tour &lt;1&gt; Ninna-ji temple in Kyoto
 
Dear my followers,
If you ever have a chance to visit Japan, you’ll want to visit the places where Kenshin and all the other characters lived in the live action films.
So I’m going to show you where to visit in this ‘RuroKen Location Site Tour’ series.
Many tourists from abroad will go to Kyoto, so I’ll start with the location sites in Kyoto.
Now, here we go!
【CAUTION】
It may include spoilers to those who haven’t seen Kyoto Inferno and The Legend Ends.
 
 
 
Look at the map and go straight to place with the red circle!
This is the place where Kaoru met Kenshin for the first time in Rurouni Kenshin 1.
Please watch the trees closely and find the forked tree.
Kenshin fell to the ground with dango in his hand there LOL
You can’t find the bulletin board where Battosai’s wanted poster was put up because it was set by construction coordinators.
In the Kyoto Inferno, Sanosuke fought Aoshi here.


I added a screenshot.
Zoom Info

stephany-310:

RuroKen Location Site Tour <1> Ninna-ji temple in Kyoto

 

Dear my followers,

If you ever have a chance to visit Japan, you’ll want to visit the places where Kenshin and all the other characters lived in the live action films.

So I’m going to show you where to visit in this ‘RuroKen Location Site Tour’ series.

Many tourists from abroad will go to Kyoto, so I’ll start with the location sites in Kyoto.

Now, here we go!

CAUTION

It may include spoilers to those who haven’t seen Kyoto Inferno and The Legend Ends.

 

 

 

Look at the map and go straight to place with the red circle!

This is the place where Kaoru met Kenshin for the first time in Rurouni Kenshin 1.

Please watch the trees closely and find the forked tree.

Kenshin fell to the ground with dango in his hand there LOL

You can’t find the bulletin board where Battosai’s wanted poster was put up because it was set by construction coordinators.

In the Kyoto Inferno, Sanosuke fought Aoshi here.

I added a screenshot.

Tanigaki-san&#8217;s tweet on Oct 11 to 14
~translation~
2014.10.11&#160;11:58
In the battle against Sojiro, the sword really broke and flew to the back! It is so perfect that everybody thinks it’s CG. That really irritates me LOL.
 
2014.10.11&#160;12:06
(Photo is from the original manga taken by steph)
How CCO finally got beaten in the last battle was taken from Sato Takeru’s idea. At the shooting site, I talked with Takeru-kun, ‘The last slash CCO got is drawn vertically in one frame in manga and impressive. It would be good if we could make the last scene like that ~.’ We interpreted the nuance cinematically and made that scene. Now, check it at the theater – lol
 
2014.10.14&#160;01:57
People are talking about ‘kabe-don’, but CCO properly did it to Kenshin in the Legend Ends. He did it so hard that he destroyed the wooden box as well LOL.
 
*note by steph*

‘kabe-don’: slamming one&#8217;s hand into the wall in front of somebody (e.g. to stop them from leaving or to intimidate them). It is basically men’s action against women.
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Tanigaki-san’s tweet on Oct 11 to 14

~translation~

2014.10.11 11:58

In the battle against Sojiro, the sword really broke and flew to the back! It is so perfect that everybody thinks it’s CG. That really irritates me LOL.

 

2014.10.11 12:06

(Photo is from the original manga taken by steph)

How CCO finally got beaten in the last battle was taken from Sato Takeru’s idea. At the shooting site, I talked with Takeru-kun, ‘The last slash CCO got is drawn vertically in one frame in manga and impressive. It would be good if we could make the last scene like that ~.’ We interpreted the nuance cinematically and made that scene. Now, check it at the theater – lol

 

2014.10.14 01:57

People are talking about ‘kabe-don’, but CCO properly did it to Kenshin in the Legend Ends. He did it so hard that he destroyed the wooden box as well LOL.

 

*note by steph*

‘kabe-don’: slamming one’s hand into the wall in front of somebody (e.g. to stop them from leaving or to intimidate them). It is basically men’s action against women.

RuroKen Location Site Tour &lt;1&gt; Ninna-ji temple in Kyoto
 
Dear my followers,
If you ever have a chance to visit Japan, you’ll want to visit the places where Kenshin and all the other characters lived in the live action films.
So I’m going to show you where to visit in this ‘RuroKen Location Site Tour’ series.
Many tourists from abroad will go to Kyoto, so I’ll start with the location sites in Kyoto.
Now, here we go!
【CAUTION】
It may include spoilers to those who haven’t seen Kyoto Inferno and The Legend Ends.
 
 
 
Look at the map and go straight to place with the red circle!
This is the place where Kaoru met Kenshin for the first time in Rurouni Kenshin 1.
Please watch the trees closely and find the forked tree.
Kenshin fell to the ground with dango in his hand there LOL
You can’t find the bulletin board where Battosai’s wanted poster was put up because it was set by construction coordinators.
In the Kyoto Inferno, Sanosuke fought Aoshi here.
Zoom Info
RuroKen Location Site Tour &lt;1&gt; Ninna-ji temple in Kyoto
 
Dear my followers,
If you ever have a chance to visit Japan, you’ll want to visit the places where Kenshin and all the other characters lived in the live action films.
So I’m going to show you where to visit in this ‘RuroKen Location Site Tour’ series.
Many tourists from abroad will go to Kyoto, so I’ll start with the location sites in Kyoto.
Now, here we go!
【CAUTION】
It may include spoilers to those who haven’t seen Kyoto Inferno and The Legend Ends.
 
 
 
Look at the map and go straight to place with the red circle!
This is the place where Kaoru met Kenshin for the first time in Rurouni Kenshin 1.
Please watch the trees closely and find the forked tree.
Kenshin fell to the ground with dango in his hand there LOL
You can’t find the bulletin board where Battosai’s wanted poster was put up because it was set by construction coordinators.
In the Kyoto Inferno, Sanosuke fought Aoshi here.
Zoom Info
RuroKen Location Site Tour &lt;1&gt; Ninna-ji temple in Kyoto
 
Dear my followers,
If you ever have a chance to visit Japan, you’ll want to visit the places where Kenshin and all the other characters lived in the live action films.
So I’m going to show you where to visit in this ‘RuroKen Location Site Tour’ series.
Many tourists from abroad will go to Kyoto, so I’ll start with the location sites in Kyoto.
Now, here we go!
【CAUTION】
It may include spoilers to those who haven’t seen Kyoto Inferno and The Legend Ends.
 
 
 
Look at the map and go straight to place with the red circle!
This is the place where Kaoru met Kenshin for the first time in Rurouni Kenshin 1.
Please watch the trees closely and find the forked tree.
Kenshin fell to the ground with dango in his hand there LOL
You can’t find the bulletin board where Battosai’s wanted poster was put up because it was set by construction coordinators.
In the Kyoto Inferno, Sanosuke fought Aoshi here.
Zoom Info

RuroKen Location Site Tour <1> Ninna-ji temple in Kyoto

 

Dear my followers,

If you ever have a chance to visit Japan, you’ll want to visit the places where Kenshin and all the other characters lived in the live action films.

So I’m going to show you where to visit in this ‘RuroKen Location Site Tour’ series.

Many tourists from abroad will go to Kyoto, so I’ll start with the location sites in Kyoto.

Now, here we go!

CAUTION

It may include spoilers to those who haven’t seen Kyoto Inferno and The Legend Ends.

 

 

 

Look at the map and go straight to place with the red circle!

This is the place where Kaoru met Kenshin for the first time in Rurouni Kenshin 1.

Please watch the trees closely and find the forked tree.

Kenshin fell to the ground with dango in his hand there LOL

You can’t find the bulletin board where Battosai’s wanted poster was put up because it was set by construction coordinators.

In the Kyoto Inferno, Sanosuke fought Aoshi here.

https://twitter.com/ruroken_movie/status/520473996895076352

https://twitter.com/ruroken_movie/status/520474094580428800

 

@ruroken_movie official account is now asking you to tweet your favorite scenes from RuroKen 2&3 with the tag #るろ剣から御礼

They will choose three lucky followers and give them a set of staff jumper & T-shirt. (Photo)

Only a few staffs have these, they say.

If you have seen the films, why don’t you tweet?

Dead line is the end of Oct 14. (JPN time)

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