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Lord Ayawatari is not interested in governing his territory or in conflicts between the other warlords but instead only lives to create puppets. Knowing Ayawatari's nature, the evil warlord Sadayoshi Karimata invades Ayawatari's castle and kills almost all his family. Princess Rangiku, the daughter of Ayawatari, is forced to seek out the legendary ninja Danzo Kato to oppose the evil Karimata, but Danzo's assistance comes at a cost. Together these unlikely heroes must find a way to infiltrate Karimata's castle and restore the mysterious stolen puppet. Based on a Shonen Sunday manga by Ushio and Tora-creator Kazuhiro Fujita.

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Hirotoshi Takaya Director
Kazuhiro Arai Art Director Art director on various anime series
Kaoru Wada Music A composer, arranger, conductor, orchestrator and pianist who has worked on several anime and video game scores.
Tsutomu Suzuki Animation Director

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Name: Puppet Princess
Release Date: Aug. 28, 2001
Name: からくりの君
Romaji: Karakuri no Kimi
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Rating: None
Runtime: 40 (mins)
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