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Tenchi in Tokyo: Box Set

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Editorial Reviews

In the beginning, there was Tenchi. Back when the only cure for an anime fix was a trip to the mall to load up on VHS tapes. Back when cable television first introduced this amazing new genre to American fans. The times may have changed since those good old days, but we re thrilled to be bringing Tenchi back! A true classic never goes out of style, and Tenchi is the original anime harem comedy that started it all.

When walking disaster Tenchi sets out for the bright lights of Tokyo, his harem of scandalous space vixens won t take their abandonment lying down! The jilted lovers use an inter-dimensional tunnel to keep tabs on Tenchi and visit him in bed any time they please! The claws come out when the girls find out Tenchi has a super cute new girlfriend and her intentions are anything but honorable! From the creator of El Hazard, it's Tenchi in Tokyo!

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Product Details

  • Actors: Petrea Burchard, Matthew K. Miller, Jennifer Darling
  • Directors: Nobuhiro Takamoto
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: November 20, 2012
  • Run Time: 650 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008YRL7FI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,499 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Issac K. Ohnheiser on March 12, 2010
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If you are a fan of the series I strongly suggest purchasing this well priced product. This Tenchi series explores the gang and their seperation with Tenchi as he goes to Tokyo to train as a priest. This series is one of my favorite not for the animation or hilarity, and the comedy is rather good in this installment, but rather that this series shows Tenchi making a choice with his love life and the ramifications of that choice. This series does come with its problems like low production animation in some episodes and bad translations in some parts if you watch the japanese audio, but this series never stops from being both charming and interesting. The characters are cared for and it shows in this series. The sense of family is this series greatest triumph. So if you are a fan of the series I would strongly suggest this and if you are not, though I still suggest watching it, it would be best to start with the OVA's first to better get a handle on the series and what it's about. It is better to watch the series knowing how hard it is for Tenchi to make a choice with all these women and then to watch him make a choice in this series.
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By Trust Me on December 24, 2008
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This is not the second or the last, its the third. Apparently the other people haven't watched all of them. I really enjoyed this series it's not the same but i think that was a good thing watching the same storyline over and over would just get old i think the first 3 series (Tenchi muyo, Tenchi universe, and Tenchi in tokyo) are all worth buying tho im not sure about GXP they seemed to go way out there replacing characters.
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This finally completes my Tenchi collections. I like the tie together in the end of the series very much. Of course, like other Tenchis the story seems to reset itself while keeping the same characters for the most part. Anyway, I'm glad to have all the Tenchi sets xD.
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Tenchi in Tokyo is another good Tenchi series, but it's different from the others. In this series Tenchi leaves the girls. He goes to Tokyo train for the priesthood and go to high school. With the girls back home and a new girl on his mind. Tenchi's future is uncertain. Especially with an evil demon from the past gunning for his powers.

I like this Tenchi series, but it has a totally different atmosphere. The voice acting style and animation are not like the other entries. Although there are some fundamental differences, the new plot line and characters make up for what may have been lost. It is definitely emotional at times and it has plenty of action & comedy. So this anime shouldn't disappoint. Give it chance, you'll probably like it.
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By J3F on April 18, 2013
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Don't really see much of Tokyo and you don't really see Tenchi doing much for the reason being in Tokyo. However, he does surround himself with new people. As his old clique gets drawn away mysteriously. But friendship bonds are stronger than anything. This is a different timeline of Tenchi Universe and Tenchi OVA series. Each one of them just fell into Tenchi all at once versus the original. Also, Rhyo ohki isn't the terror of the skies, but is the pet of Sasami. Sasami plays a bigger role in this version. The original gang is back together though and the history of each is not enlightened throughout the series. It was a pretty devious plot that unfolds and it gets tricky the last 3 episodes to piece everything together. Tenchi is more of a priest in training and discovers he's a planet guardian and battles against a very powerful and scheming foe.

A good adventure series.
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By SC on February 4, 2013
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I was very happy with this item, it was on time and in good working order.
It was nice that they re-released this title, when I looked for it earlier this year I could not believe what they were asking for it.

This completes my collection with Tenchi.

Thank You.
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For those that are wondering, this is a separate series altogether from what is classically considered Tenchi Muyo, which was shown on Cartoon Network's Toonami programming block.
This series involves Tenchi moving to Tokyo to apprentice at a shrine there. Lots of hijinks ensue when Ayeka and Ryoko get Washuu to create a portal that pops them LITERALLY into Tenchi's bed. While the series doesn't focus solely on Tenchi during his stay in Tokyo, there is plenty to keep you interested in the series. Though a few episodes do seem slightly out of place, all in all, a good series for fans of Tenchi.
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Well, its not the strongest in the tenchi franchise but it is still good. Only watched it once on toonami and will watch it again. The dvd was perfect and the shipping speed was good. I greatly enjoyed the product. Thanks! I'm glad I bought it from this seller!
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