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Imanotsurugi
Imanotsurugi.png
Kanji 今剣
Arrival N/A
First Appearance Episode 1: Mutsuki
Sword Information
Sword Type Tantou
School Sanjou
Swordsmith Sanjou
Previous Owners Minamoto no Yoshitsune
Voice Actors
Japanese Yamashita Daiki
English Anastasia Munoz

Imanotsurugi is one of the smaller touken danshi residing within the citadel in Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru.

Appearance[]

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Personality[]

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Background[]

Imanotsurugi was signed as forged by Sanjou. At one point he was owned by Minamoto no Yoshitsune, who eventually committed suicide using him.

Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru[]

Imanotsurugi appears to have been at the citadel for some time before Hanamaru begins.

Mutsuki (睦月)[]

Imanotsurugi and some of the Awataguchi brothers were playing in the snow, and accidentally hit newcomer Yamatonokami with a snowball. After Namazuo eggs Kashuu on with a snowball to the face, the group starts chasing each other around. Imanotsurugi and the others end up creating a ruckus, crashing into Shokudaikiri while he was cooking, and running through several crops. After being chastised by Heshikiri Hasebe, Imanotsurugi says that they had done it because they had been excited to play with Yamatonokami since his arrival.

When word is received that the History Retrograde Army has appeared at the Ikeda Inn in the year 1864, Imanotsurugi is chosen as part of the combat team. During the sortie, he is slightly injured and Yamatonokami gives him his omamori (a protective item), but ends up injured himself. Luckily, Kashuu comes to his defense and all are returned home safely.

Kisaragi (如月)[]

Imanotsurugi attends the nighttime welcoming party for Tsurumaru Kuninaga and Doudanuki Masakuni.

Yayoi (弥生)[]

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Trivia[]

  • Imanotsurugi is designed after a tengu (a type of mythical deity), specifically in honor of Sōjōbō, the king of the tengu who is said to have taught Minamoto no Yoshitsune his sword skills.
    • Because of this is believed that Imanotsurugi may not have been a real sword at all. Unlike many Touken Ranbu swords who either exist to this day in museums or have documentation, Imanotsurugi has no confirmed trace of existence.
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