Fuse: Teppou Musume no Torimonochou

Fusé: Memoirs of a Huntress

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Synonyms: FUSE: Memoirs of the Hunter Girl
Japanese: 伏 鉄砲娘の捕物帳
English: Fusé: Memoirs of a Huntress
French: Fusé: Memoirs of the Hunter Girl
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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 20, 2012
Licensors: NIS America, Inc.
Source: Book
Genres: ActionAction, DramaDrama, SupernaturalSupernatural
Theme: HistoricalHistorical
Duration: 1 hr. 50 min.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


Score: 7.341 (scored by 1126011,260 users)
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Ranked: #22102
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Popularity: #3289
Members: 30,485
Favorites: 107

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In Kyokutei Bakin's classic Japanese epic novel Nansou Satomi Hakkenden, eight samurai serve the Satomi clan during Japan's tumultuous Sengoku (Warring States) era. The Edo-era samurai are the reincarnations of the spirits that Princess Fuse mothered with a dog named Yatsufusa. In Fuse Gansaku: Satomi Hakkenden, the female hunter Hamaji comes to her brother in order to hunt Fuse. Thus, the karmic cycle of retribution that began long ago with the Satomi family begins anew.

(Source: ANN)


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Characters & Voice Actors


Miyano, Mamoru

Ooyama, Hamaji

Kotobuki, Minako


Mizuki, Nana


Miyamoto, Kanako

Ooyama, Dousetsu

Konishi, Katsuyuki


Sakamoto, Maaya

Takizawa, Bakin

Katsura, Utamaru


Abe, Atsushi


Gekidan, Hitori


Naya, Rokurou


Miyaji, Masayuki
Director, Storyboard
Takadera, Takeshi
Sound Director
Tokudo, Daisuke
Episode Director
Ookouchi, Ichirou
Script, Screenplay


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Jun 27, 2013
LuckyKrystal (All reviews)
Everybody knows that dogs are a man’s best friend, am I right?

They are cute, intelligent, affectionate, and loyal until the very end. Now what does that have to do with the movie Fuse: Memoirs of the Hunter Girl?

Fuse (pronounced “foo say”) is the story of an energetic hunter girl named Hamaji who moves from the mountains to the bustling city of Edo after the death of her grandfather. Hamaji is taken in by her older brother, who is also a hunter himself. Shortly after arriving, Hamaji is greeted with a rather gruesome site of bleeding dog’s heads put out on display for the entire town read more
Jun 26, 2013
musica123 (All reviews)
For those who are impatient, my simple review would have me say that i found it a mixed bag. I really wanted to write two separate reviews for this -an unbiased one and a personal one- but that's quite tedious and im not sure MAL would allow it. Anyways, i'll try to keep this short and simple.

Going into the film, i really really wanted to like it - I really did. And that's likely why i felt a bit disappointed. The simple plot of the story sees our lone heroine move into edo to live with her brother and to help read more
Jun 25, 2013
MandalorianDin (All reviews)
I had a lot of fun watching this movie, it kinda reminded me of Princess Mononoke. :')
(No spoilers.)

Story: 9/10
(Read the actual plot on MAL for more info)
Hamaji, a young girl hunter living alone, gets a letter from her brother living in edo, to come and help him with hunting, Hamaji goes to edo to help her brother out and ends up meeting Shino, a very beautiful guy with shiny silver hair, and she runs into him a few more times later on trough out the story. In this movie there are 'Fuse' part human, part dog creatures that eat the orbs from humans, when beheaded read more
Nov 11, 2013
MerelyPlayers (All reviews)
‘Fuse: Memoirs of the Hunter Girl’ is the fantastical brain-child of Masayuki Miyaji – an assistant director on Spirited Away - yet is also a work inherently dependent on many other historical writers and creators, most notably the author Takizawa Bakin. A recent anime TV series adaptation of his most famous work, the epic Nansō Satomi Hakkenden, was highly derivative of – and, in my opinion, somewhat insulting to – the source material. Fuse, on the other hand, seems very playful, reverent and effective in its adaptation of the same novel’s premise. Not only does the film pay it homage, it also directly references it read more


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