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In the olde-worlde nostalgia spirit of the turn of the century that also created Armored Chronicle Hio and Tree in the Sun, this anime is a jokey retelling of old samurai dramas, written by Jubei-chan the Ninja Girl's Akitaro Daichi, and broadcast on Japanese TV while the latter show was still on-air.
As with Jubei-chan, Daichi takes an old favorite (in this case Moonshadow, a wandering samurai originally popularized by heartthrob Jushiro Konoe, star of Zatoichi Challenged and Sworn Brothers), switches the character's sex, and gives her a gimmicky favorite food in place of any personality. Ran Tsuki-kage is a wandering samurai lady, righting wrongs and doing good deeds all around Japan, accompanied by Miao, a female specialist in Chinese kung fu. Tsukikage likes drinking sake and eating bean-curd dregs (see Akane-chan)-a meal that Newtype, without a scrap of irony, recommended its readers eat in front of the TV for the ultimate viewing experience.
|Name||Tsukikage Ran: Carried by the Wind|
|Romaji:||Kaze ni Omakase Tsuki-kage|
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|Aliases||Moonshadow Drifting on the Wind|
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