Samurai Champloo Songs Lyrics

Samurai Champloo Songs Lyrics


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Samurai Champloo Songs
Samurai Champloo Ending Lyrics サムライチャンプルー Ending Lyrics
Samurai Champloo Opening Lyrics サムライチャンプルー Opening Lyrics
Samurai Champloo OVA Lyrics and other songs サムライチャンプルー OVA Lyrics and other songs

Anime Information

Title:Samurai Champloo

Also Called:サムライチャンプルー


Released on year:2002

Released in:Summer

Num Episodes:26


Fuu Kasumi, an endearing yet clumsier-than-average waitress, lives a tranquil existence in a quaint teahouse. However, her peaceful routine takes an unexpected turn when she haphazardly spills a drink all over a patron. Chaos ensues as a group of unruly samurai relentlessly hound her, leaving Fuu in a desperate predicament. In a stroke of luck, she beseeches the assistance of Mugen, a samurai present in the teahouse, whose unorthodox fighting skills mimic those of a breakdancer. Yet, fate pits Mugen against the reluctant ronin Jin, a master of precise and traditional swordplay, resulting in a fierce battle of contrasting styles. Tragically, their clash inadvertently engulfs the shop in destruction, inadvertently claiming the life of an influential magistrate's son. Paying for their unintended transgressions, the ill-fated samurai find themselves imprisoned, awaiting their execution. Nevertheless, Fuu valiantly comes to their rescue, offering them an unexpected lifeline. In a twist of fate, she employs the unruly duo as her personal bodyguards. Determined to seek out a certain enigmatic samurai who exudes an alluring scent of sunflowers, she convinces the now-exonerated warriors to assist her on this remarkable quest. Initially hesitant, Mugen and Jin eventually succumb to the allure and inevitability of this adventure, embarking on a daring journey. Together, they traverse a vividly reimagined Edo Period Japan, immersing themselves in a tapestry woven with heart-pounding action, side-splitting comedy, and breathtaking, acrobatic swordplay. All the while, this captivating odyssey unfolds to the rhythm of a meticulously crafted hip-hop infused soundtrack. Prepare to be enthralled by the audacious exploits of this extraordinary trio in the mesmerizing world of Samurai Champloo!


Samurai Champloo stands out as a unique anime that holds the distinction of featuring the mesmerizing music of the talented Japanese hip-hop producer, Nujabes, prior to his unfortunate demise in 2010. The series even inspired a thrilling video game called "Samurai Champloo: Sidetracked," exclusively designed for the PlayStation 2 in 2006. The show captivated its audience through its intriguing storyline, which aired in two captivating parts. The first half graced the screens on Fuji TV every Thursday at 2:28 AM, from May 20, 2004, to September 23, 2004. The second half continued the thrilling saga, broadcasting on BS Fuji every Saturday at 10:30 AM, from January 22, 2005, to March 19, 2005. Initially licensed and brought to the North American audience by Geneon Entertainment USA, the show faced a setback when the company closed its doors in late 2007, causing the series to go out of print. However, the tale took an interesting turn when FUNimation Entertainment stepped in through a distribution agreement with Geneon, enabling them to release a range of titles, including the beloved "Samurai Champloo." After the distribution deal concluded, FUNimation secured the full licensing rights to the series, ensuring its future availability to anime enthusiasts.