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Gintama: Nanigoto mo Saiyo ga Kanjin nano de Tasho Senobisuru Kurai ga Choudoyoi

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Synonyms: Gintama: Jump Festa 2005 Special
Japanese: 銀魂〜何事も最初が肝心なので多少背伸びするくらいが丁度良い〜


Type: Special
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Sep 1, 2005
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Studios: Sunrise
Source: Manga
Duration: 32 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


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This special is a set of short comedy stories involving Gintoki and his equally-broke sidekicks Shinpachi and Kagura. One day, Gintoki and his comrades are out viewing the spring flowers when suddenly the Shinsengumi appear, arguing that Gintoki has taken their flower-viewing spot. Gintoki's team and the Shinsengumi must then battle for the right to sit in that spot by using a violent version of rock paper scissors.

(Source: ANN)


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Jan 24, 2010
Touka (All reviews)
The first inception of the Gintama anime was this very special, produced by Sunrise for Jump Festa '05. At that point, the Gintama manga had been running for almost two years and the author was understandably over the moon about the news. The special was received very favourably, with Sunrise later adapting the manga into a mainstay series in 2006.

There appears to have been much deliberation over which chapter of the manga to adapt to the screen; the result is one of the few stand-alone chapters that is able to utilise the vast supporting cast - so big it's often hard to portray in a read more


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