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Nearly 40 years after Stan Sakai’s “Usagi Yojimbo” comics were first published, “Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles” was animated. It is set about 2000 years after the period indicated in the original comics, in a modernist era mixed with traditional Japanese architecture from the Edo period to maintain its historical appearance. Usagi Miyamoto, Usagi Yuichi’s progenitor, was the main focus of “Usagi Yojimbo.”
Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles Season 1 Recap
Usagi Yuichi expresses his ambition to move into the city and become a Samurai like his ancestor, Usagi Miyamoto, after wreaking havoc in his aunt’s field. His aunt agrees to move him to the city after seeing the circumstances and how much potential her nephew is wasting on a remote farm. She gives him the sword that she and his great-grandfather made together and instructs him to look for a sensei who can mentor and train him. Chaos follows Yuichi.
The entire city of New Edo receives electricity thanks to this Ki-Stone. Then, by accident, Yuichi releases several Yokai that were thought to be extinct according to legends but were only held inside the Ki-Stone. The major Yokai they must face, Kagehito flees the area in a hurry in quest of a device called Clavis. Yuichi is then granted the ability by the Ki-Stone to select a magical weapon from the Shrine of Kaikishi. He makes an impulsive choice of a yo-yo.
While Yuichi manages to stop it in time, some of the creatures survive. Together, he and his companions beat them, restoring order to the city of New Edo.
Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles Season 1 Ending Explained
Yuichi discovers that his ancestor is being labeled a traitor during his first trip to the city. Flashbacks from Miyamoto’s battle with the Yokai and his entry into the palace—which was then located where the temple is now—were shown to him by the Ki-Stone. Yuichi sees his ancestor stab the emperor with a sword in the flashbacks. He skipped over waiting for the flashbacks to end and left the temple before they were finished. He had made up his decision to abandon the Samurai world while en route to his aunt’s home.
After returning to the temple and using the assistance of his allies to defeat the Neko Ninjas, Yuichi saw Kagehito fasten Clavis to the Ki-Stone. He quickly started to remove Clavis so he could close the portal it had opened. When Miyamoto sealed all the Yokai’s inside the Ki-Stone after sealing Kagehito, who was posing as the emperor in everyone’s minds, the Ki-Stone transmitted the memory of that act as it was removing Clavis.
Usagi Miyamoto and Kagehito’s misunderstanding was resolved at the end of Season 1 of “Samurai Rabbit.” Kagehito had been influenced by Clavis the entire time, who was responsible for his actions. He atoned for his transgression by defending Yuichi and his companions from the interdimensional automatons that had persisted long after the gateway was closed and sealed. Kagehito ultimately returned to the Ki-Stone after suffering severe injuries in rescuing the others. Usagi saves the day, and peace is restored in the series’ cheerful epilogue.
Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles Season 1 is available on Netflix.
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