By Dr. Lora Poppins
Himura Kenshin now travels after abandoning the revolutionary group Ishin Shishi's "Hitokiri Battousai" position.
Watsuki's one-shot manga's first antagonist.
Watsuki's one-shot manga "The Cre
scent of the Civil War" paired Himura Kenshin against Hiko Seijuro. Hiko Seijuro's exploits during Japan's 16th-century Sengoku Jidai civil war are the novel's center.
Kenshin is set during the Meiji Restoration.
Himura Kenshin's Meiji-era Japan is fictional. Kenshin, once "Hitokiri Battousai" or "Himura Battousai," was a famed assassin.
Himura Kenshin, a traveling Japanese warrior, defends the oppressed in cities and villages.
Readers overwhelmingly voted Himura Kenshin as their favorite character in the series.
Watsuki based Himura Kenshin's swordplay largely on that of an acrobatic Tokugawa era samurai named Matsubayashi Henyasai.
Himura Kenshin fathered Shinta. Swordsman Hiko Seijuro helped Shinta, the lone child who survived his family's mountain heist.
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