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It is a good addition to the "Samurai Trilogy" of Miyamoto Mushashi starring Mifune Toshiro.
I say get this while you can as you won't be disappointed both with the quality of the DVDs and the packaging but this is a great set to own.
If you love Japanese samurai movies or just plain appreciate a well crafted and beautifully filmed movie, I highly recommend this series.
This copy was not as current as the one starring Shinnosuke Ichikawa and Masatoshi Matsuoka. This one is really excellent. It is expensive. When I looked it up, it cost $80. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lilly S. Nakamura
Without knowing the true history of Miyamoto Musashi, I would like to think that this version played by Nakamura Kinnosuke would be it.Published 6 months ago by Alan K. Okinaka
Not to take away anything from Mr. Mifune in the earlier Musashi (3) part film series, But this version includes (5) separate DVDs and follows Eiji Yoshikawa's version of his... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Surfone
I may be biased as I love all Musahi movies and books. If you're like me then this is a must have.Published 8 months ago by GhOsTeR 808
Kinnosuke Nakamura is a less masculine actor than Toshiro Mifuni so his portrayal of Musashi is more nuanced than than the previous set of three films done 10 years before these. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mark from Seattle
This is more of a biopic than straight Samurai film, but that's why I ordered it. It's very well done and the price was excellent. Read morePublished 17 months ago by D. Gilmer
GREAT. THIS GUY IS A BETTER ACTOR THAN MIFUNE TOSHIRO. MIFUNE IN THIS IDENTICAL ROLE WAS LIKE SYLVESTER STALLONE, ALL GRUNT AND GROWN. Read morePublished 20 months ago by dave sakakuraamazon
I had seen the Toshiro Mifune version previously and then ordered the Nakamura Kinnosuke series. KInnosuke was a childhood favorite of mine some 50 years ago. Read morePublished on December 10, 2012 by Donald Nakano