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Sakura Wars: New York
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Cover of the DVD
サクラ大戦 ニューヨーク・紐育
(Sakura Taisen: Nyū Yōku NY)
Genre Adventure, Mecha, Sci-Fi, Shounen
Anime television series
Directed by Ayako Kiryu (chief director notation)
Produced by AIC
Sega
Music by Kohei Tanaka
Studio Red Entertainment
Licensed by Funimation
Original run April 04, 2007August 01, 2007
Episodes 6 (List of episodes)
Related works
Sakura Taisen (game franchise)
Sakura Taisen: Gouka Kenran (OVA, Parent story)

Sakura Taisen: New York NY (サクラ大戦 ニューヨーク・紐育 Sakura Taisen: Nyū Yōku NY) is an OVA adaption of Sakura Wars V: So Long, My Love, which revolves around Shinjiro Taiga and his stage character "Petitmint" (Peppermint in the US version of the game.)

Synopsis

Peace has returned to the city of New York after the battle against Nobunaga ended. The new captain of the New York Combat Revue, Shinjiro Taiga awaits his greatest challenge, to become the upcoming star for the next "Cleopatra" stage.

Meanwhile, a dark-skinned youth and his servant have appeared unexpectedly in the midst of the flourishing city. His eyes, concealing a silent wrath, are fixed upon nothing less than the Statue of Liberty. Now Shinjiro and company must protect the city of hopes and dreams again from a new menace while safely raising the curtain on a new show.

Videos

Continuity

Music

Opening Theme

Ending Theme

  • Taboo (by Diana and Taiga; ep 1-2)
  • Dawn (by Gemini and Rikaritta; ep 3-4)
  • Powazon (by Sagitta and Subaru; ep 5-6)

Episodes

Ep. # Pic Episode Title Original Airdates
1 OVA5 Act1 "Me and My Girlfriend"
"Mī & Maigāru" (ミー&マイガール)
April 04, 2007 (JP)
(EN)
2 OVA5 Act2 "X... and the City" April 04, 2007 (JP)
(EN)
3 OVA5 Act3 "In the Clear, Starry Night"
"Hoshi no Kagayakuyoru ni" (星の輝く夜に)
June 06, 2007 (JP)

(EN)
4 OVA5 Act4 "Mother, I Want to Sing!"
"Mazā, Aiu Onto u Shingu!" (マザー、アイウォントゥシング!)
June 06, 2007 (JP)
(EN)
5 OVA5 Act5 "The Forbidden Paradise"
"Kindan no Rakuen" (禁断の楽園)
August 01,2007 (JP)
(EN)
6 OVA5 Act6 "Far Beyond New York"
"Nyū Yōku (Koko) Yori Eien (Towa) ni" (紐育(ここ)より永遠(とわ)に)
August 01,2007 (JP)

(EN)

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