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As Fuu finally confronts the Sunflower Samurai, Mugen and Jin face their ultimate tests. While Mugen must face one of the three insane brothers, Jin continues his battle with Kagetoki Kariya. And there's the small matter of their own duel...
The episode was rated 8,63 from 144 votes.
Jin learns the Way of Water, a woman's sorrow comes to an end, and Mugen both gives and receives an assassin's last gift.
The episode was rated 8,60 from 134 votes.
As Jin duels Kagetoki Kariya, the most powerful man in the shogunate, Mugen has to contend with three brothers who want his head. Will they survive?
The episode was rated 8,60 from 133 votes.
When Mugen finds out what the pirate was planning to do, he gets his revenge.
The episode was rated 8,49 from 135 votes.
Jin comes to the rescue of a lady in distress. He falls in love and tries to rescue his women from the hard life she has come to face. Will he save her and himself?
The episode was rated 8,38 from 157 votes.
Fuu is a young waitress in search of a Samurai who smells of sunflowers, but she has some unexpected company with her. Mugen and Jin are two samurai who want to kill each other and are always getting arrested. Can these three learn to work with each other?
The episode was rated 8,27 from 323 votes.
Mugen faces the lethal challenge of a Shaolin-trained swordsman and proves equal to the test, while Jin gets stuck doing all the housework. Can Mugen defeat this trained swordsman or will he suffer from his mistakes?
The episode was rated 8,23 from 154 votes.
The shogun's prettiest ninja ends up giving Mugen and Jin an evening that they will never forget. Meanwhile, Fuu gets large.
The episode was rated 8,17 from 131 votes.
Fuu, Mugen and Jin meet up with a blind girl who is a traveling musician. Because of her blindness, she is able to sense the emotions of the group. Is this girl more than just a musician?
The episode was rated 8,17 from 126 votes.
A dice rolling contest will decide the fate of the gang warfare. Who will end up dying as a result?
The episode was rated 8,16 from 203 votes.
Fuu is targeted as a kidnapper groups next victum. Will the others be able to save her in time?
The episode was rated 8,14 from 192 votes.
Fuu, Mugen and Jin have finally arrived in Nagasaki to find Ikitsuki island in search of the Sunflower Samurai. There seems to be one small problem that might keep them from getting there though. A group of assassins are following closely behind.
The episode was rated 8,12 from 130 votes.
A man hunting for Jin has been challenging any samurai wearing glasses he can find, accompanied by a beat-boxing duo of underlings. The question arises as to whether or not he will recognize Jin when he becomes infatuated with Fuu, for Jin has had to pawn his glasses.
The episode was rated 8,09 from 160 votes.
Jin ends a life he hoped to spare. Continuation of the last episode.
The episode was rated 8,08 from 130 votes.
A thief was running around town, while Fuu, Jin, and Mugen were going to get some soup. Fuu was daydreaming and the thief ""accidently"" bumped into Fuu. When Fuu was paying for the soup, she noticed that her purse was gone and said that the man she bumped into took the money. Will Fuu ever get her money back?
The episode was rated 8,06 from 171 votes.
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