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Modern Japanese girl Suzuko and a neighbor's child are thrown back in time by a gas explosion. Meeting the handsome Shukumaru, Suzuko searches for the lost neighbor boy, not realizing that Shukumaru is the adult version of the 20th-century child who accompanied her, and that she herself is an exile from the 15th century. This adaptation of one of Rumiko Takahashi's Rumik World manga shorts (which also include Mermaid's Forest, Maris the Chojo, and Laughing Target) cleverly exploits the conventions of time-travel stories as well as the shifting age boundaries put to more lascivious effect in Cream Lemon. Released on a theatrical double bill with The Humanoid. Takahashi would return to medieval time travel in her later Inu Yasha.
With the ability to go through time using fire until she went back in time she didn't know she was actually from the past and had come forward in time during a house fire when she was young. She was then adopted out and raised living next door to Shuhei.
Originally from the future that Suzuko was later raised in he went back in time with Suzuko and when they where serrated made his own way enjoying living in the past. He loved Suzuko and she takes him back to the past where he was happiest.
|Release Date:||Jan. 1, 1985|
|Romaji:||Rumic World: Fire Tripper|
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