How aware was Fuu of the fact that
her father was a Christian?
Seeing as how Christians are naturally canabalistic I'm sure she was fully aware because of all the human remains in her house.
>since she was raised by him and all
anon, did you watch the same series I did?
what a strange show
>help me find my dad
>hey dad oh god there's an assasin
>hey thanks friends for avenging my father that I had finally just reunited with
>Let's part ways
they went on to do their own thing before meeting up with each other again, r-right?
Either pairing would have weekend the series. I think pairing Fuu with Jin have rendered the earlier episode where he fell in love rather pointless. Meanwhile Fuu wouldn't stand a chance against that Ninja girl who started her intention to marry Mugen.
at least it wasn't
>help me avenge my parents
>hey guy who killed my parents, you ain't so bad after all
>hey thanks friend, even though I've given up on my revenge I'm also in love with you and want to fuck you sot hard
>Let's part ways
Then she carves an object to symbolize her love and gets married to some other cuck and passes it down throughout generations until her great-granddaughter uses it as a premise to go on adventures with him
Well, her mom apparently told her "everything" about her father before she died. You'd think Fuu's mom wouldn't neglect to mention the most important reason why Fuu's dad left. Of course, it's possible that Fuu's mom left that out, I just can't think of a reason she would.
Also, there's the fact that she asks Isaac Titsingh if he knows of the samurai who smells of sunflowers, which could mean she felt that an important Dutchman would know of him.
She may have been aware of a few details.
Dude, not even Jin was monagamous. The guy threw out his back fucking multiple horse faced bitches in one night without giving a fuck and this was after he saved that gambler's wife
>I think pairing Fuu with Jin have rendered the earlier episode where he fell in love rather pointless.
I suppose that's true, but Jin seemed like he was falling for Fuu by the end as well.
>Meanwhile Fuu wouldn't stand a chance against that Ninja girl who started her intention to marry Mugen.
I've seen this anime before, Fuu would have won for sure.
I've been trying to figure this shit out for years.
>Jin: Fuu. Once you find the Sunflower Samurai, what do you intend to do after that?
>Fuu: That's a good question. I really ought to give that some thought.
>Jin: If I should...
>Fuu: You know, I don't really want to think about stuff like that. If you did, that jerk Mugen would...*starts to cry* Sorry. I'm sorry.
The dub's dialogue is only slightly different
>Jin: Tell me, after you find the Sunflower Samurai, what do you intend to do?
>Fuu: Well, um...That's a good question. I should probably think about that.
>Jin: Perhaps, I should...
>Fuu: You know, I don't really want to think about stuff like that right now. If you did, then that jerk Mugen would...*starts to cry* I'm sorry. Forgive me.
I remember some fans speculated that Jin was actually suggesting he commit suicide or something.
>Jin: If I should...(bang and impregnate you would you come start a family with me?)
>Fuu: You know, I don't really want to think about stuff like that. If you did, that jerk Mugen would...(Kill you)*starts to cry* Sorry. I'm sorry (I love Mugen)
Jin got friendzoned
>"Take care of Fuu"
Wasn't Jin's Japanese VA upset that Fuu and Jin didn't end up together?
Fuu's mention of Mugen seems to suggest that whatever Jin is thinking about, Mugen would be upset about. That's why I remember some fans saying Jin may have been considering seppuku once his duty was finished, to which Fuu is responding that Mugen wouldn't like that.
Of course, I've heard/read fans suggesting everything from suicide to marriage as far as that scene goes
both jin and mugen were kind of a cuck though
mugen is probably gonna get hunted down by that secret police chick that whored herself for an entire year and force him to marry her. imagine all the dicks she's had in ONE YEAR, from complete strangers. probably disgusting fucks
Jin fell in love with a married prositute.
Ninja waifu episode is probably my favorite.
Also liked the one where Mugen learns to read and of course the baseball ep.
I guess I like the "Mugen's wacky adventures" eps best.
the one with the thief that holds fuu hostage for a bit then dies, it was pretty much the same as the bebop episode where the guy is trying to help his blind sister
except you know with samurais and stuff
>Hah, yeah right. It hasn't been that lon---
Holy fucking shit.
I can't believe it's been that long.
Can someone explain how an anime from 2004 has such good fight scenes, but most modern action anime is Power Point shit?
Baseball episode is too low on the list
Budget would be an obvious answer.
Manglobe was also a very new animation studio at the time and needed something to showcase which could also explain why they put so much into scenes.
Bit of a shame they went bust last year.
Am I the only one who thought she got finger fucked in the sunflower field by the bad guy? If not, where did he jam his hands and why did she cry out?
>always watch adult swim with my brothers
>only able to watch champloo on adult swim
>mfw it was the recap episode
>His enthusiasm to introduce the European society to Japanese customs, culture was rooted in his overall passion for Japan and everything Japanese. Therefore, he became a prominent figure, transmitter and interpreter in a two-way cultural, learning and knowledge exchange between the Japanese and the Europeans. For example, he imported Dutch books on European knowledge to Japan. In addition, he collected authentic source materials on Japan, which consisted of the first ever European collection on Japan, entailing printed books, manuscripts, prints, maps city plans and coins. This collection was thus to form the basis of a then unique history of Japan. This Cabinet Titsingh, consisted hence of two-dimensional materials. Isaac Titsingh can as a result be seen as the founder of European Japonology. Within this scope and his ambitions for a friendly exchange of knowledge, he urged the VOC officials to send learned employees, who could speak Japanese to the trading post in Deshima, to better the European-Japanese relations in Dejima, which can be found in his letter of 28 August 1785.
>Looking at his private correspondence three mottos of his behaviour and values can be identified: the rejection of money, as it did not satisfy his enormous thirst of knowledge; an acknowledgment and consciousness of the brevity of life and wasting this precious time not with featureless activities; and his desire to die in calmness, as a “forgotten citizen of the world”. In this light he displayed the values of a European philosopher of the 18th century, who was as well interested in his fellow Japanese scholars. Therefore, he also acknowledged their intellectual competences and sophistication and contributed to an intense exchange of cultural knowledge between Japan and Europe in the 18th century.