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Nonohara Jiyu in her school uniform.
Jubei-chan in front of the sink, doing the dishes.
Jubei and her dad lost in a bamboo forest.
Bantaro looks like death! Good thing the Monkeys are holding him up.
Jubei's friend cries -- maybe Jubei can finally go to the dessert shop for a celebration.
Excellent closeup of a transformed Jubei.
Bantaro is confused???  Nothing new here.
Jubei slices downward with her very lethal-looking sword.
Koinosuke's victory dance, Part 1.  We bad!
Koinosuke's victory dance, Part 2.  We still bad!
Koinosuke's victory dance, part 3.  Yo mama!
A nice profile of Jubei with chopsticks.
Watch out, as the reincarnated Yagyu Jubei goes for her sword.
Not bad for an ancient samurai, huh?
Evil Mikage and her companion rush to the attack.

Bantaro looks like death! Good thing the Monkeys are holding him up.
Sequence: A3, B3, C3, D3
Layers: 4
Sketch: 2 Matching
Background: Original Matching

Jubei-Chan (15)
The Ruffians are the requisite comic relief to an occasionally dark series. Every time Bantaro--here, looking a little pale--and his two Monkeys came on the screen, I found myself laughing out loud at Bantaro's efforts to impress Jubei. At the same time, the trio has several very serious and moving scenes toward the end of the series. This setup has one layer each for the monkeys' mouths, one layer for their bodies, and one layer for Bantaro.


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