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Makai Tensho

Makai Tensho (魔界転生 Makai Tenshō) is a novel by Futaro Yamada. It is a tale of historical fiction in which Mori Sōiken resurrects other dead historical figures to overthrow the Shogunate. Yagyū Jūbei Mitsuyoshi rises to fight Amakusa and his warriors of the dead. The roster of the dead often varies depending on which depiction, but usually contains Amakusa Shirō Tokisada, Miyamoto Musashi, Yagyu Munenori and Hōzōin Inshun.

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  • Characters 1
  • Adaptations 2
    • Film 2.1
    • Manga 2.2
    • Others 2.3
  • External links 3

Characters

Adaptations

Film

Manga

  • Makai Tenshō (魔界転生) by Ken Ishikawa.
  • Makai Tenshō (魔界転生) by Shinzō Tomi.
  • Makai Tenshō: Yume no Ato (魔界転生 夢の跡) by Shōko Toba.
  • Makai Tenshō: Seija no Kōshin (魔界転生 聖者の行進) by Naoko Kugo.

Others

  • Yagyū Jūbei: Makai Tenshō (柳生十兵衛・魔界転生, 1981), a stage play directed by Kinji Fukasaku.
  • Resurrection from Hell (魔界転生 Makai Tenshō, 2003), a PS2 video game developed by D3 Publisher.
  • Makai Tenshō (魔界転生, 2006), a stage play directed by G2.

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