Fuse: Teppou Musume no Torimonochou


Fusé: Memoirs of a Huntress

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Alternative Titles

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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Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 20, 2012
Source: Book
Genres: ActionAction, DramaDrama, SupernaturalSupernatural
Theme: HistoricalHistorical
Duration: 1 hr. 50 min.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

Statistics

Score: 7.301 (scored by 1267812,678 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #27122
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #3868
Members: 34,199
Favorites: 125

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Synopsis

Following her grandfather's recent death, Hamaji Ooyama lives out her days on an isolated mountain hunting for food and caring for herself. One day, Hamaji's brother, an aspiring samurai living in Edo, sends her an invitational letter to end her solitary life and join him in the city. When she arrives, however, she is met with a grisly sight—the heads of six dogs displayed for all to see. These heads belong to the Fuse, a group of eight human-dog hybrids that have been terrorizing the people of Edo.

Hamaji assists a strange man escape a group of assailants and makes it to her brother's house, where he asks that she help him collect the heads of the remaining two Fuse, as well as the Shogunate-sponsored bounty. But it is easier said than done—as the Fuse can blend into human society almost seamlessly—and the kind man Hamaji had just helped showed the Fuse's telltale signs.

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Background

Fuse: Teppou Musume no Torimonochou was released on Blu-ray and DVD in Japan on April 12, 2013. The film was released on Blu-ray in North America as Fusé: Memoirs of a Huntress by NIS America on May 6, 2014.

Characters & Voice Actors

Shino

Main
Miyano, Mamoru
Japanese

Ooyama, Hamaji

Main
Kotobuki, Minako
Japanese

Itezuru

Supporting
Mizuki, Nana
Japanese

Meido

Supporting
Miyamoto, Kanako
Japanese

Ooyama, Dousetsu

Supporting
Konishi, Katsuyuki
Japanese

Funamushi

Supporting
Sakamoto, Maaya
Japanese

Takizawa, Bakin

Supporting
Katsura, Utamaru
Japanese

Koujou

Supporting
Abe, Atsushi
Japanese

Yoshirou

Supporting
Gekidan, Hitori
Japanese

Zanzou

Supporting
Naya, Rokurou
Japanese

Staff

Takahashi, Kazuaki
Producer
Miyaji, Masayuki
Director, Storyboard
Takadera, Takeshi
Sound Director
Tokudo, Daisuke
Episode Director


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Reviews

May 6, 2020
This movie was a very enjoyable watch, though it comes with a few (but important problems). The world building was spectacular, but the character relationships were lacking.

Story: 7/10
The premise of the story was simple and easy to follow. Though the idea of a misunderstood and feared species is not exactly original. The story is character driven and focuses on romance. The romance was somewhat forced and there were little to no relationship development between the main characters. The ending may seem abrupt (though to me it was okay). The story of about the "fuse" was nice, nothing new, but I liked it.

Art: 10/10
The art was ...
Feb 29, 2024
Mixed Feelings
This standalone movie takes some ideas from Wolf Children, some ideas from The Boy and the Beast, and puts them together into a coming-of-age love story type deal. The result is nowhere near as good as either, but it's also not too shabby. It's a pretty mundane story about prejudice and love's power to transcend societal barriers. It wasn't the worst hour and a half of my life, but certainly not the best, either. You might want to give this a try. Then again, you might not.

It was produced by TMS Entertainment, the same studio behind Megalo Box, D.Gray-man, Baki, Dr. Stone, ReLIFE, Rent-a-Girlfriend, and ...
Aug 16, 2020
This is kind of a bittersweet review for me. Sweet because I loved the art and wanted to love the story. Bitter because this movie is is dreadful and not worth watching. With a premise similar to the likes of Tokyo Ghoul its unfortunate this lacks all the moral gray area. Newsflash: the Fuse ARE the bad guys, they kill and eat people's souls there's no way around it. There's a tiny mention against this in a single line at the very end but honestly, I'm not even sure I understood it correctly. This is the sort of thing that I feel HAS to have ...

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