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Mumon: The Land of Stealth (Blu-ray) (Memorial Box) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region A
| Chinen Yuri
| Ishihara Satomi
| Suzuki Ryohei
Arashi's Ohno Satoshi makes his period film debut as a Sengoku-era ninja in Mumon: The Land of Stealth, the live-action adaptation of Wada Ryo's novel Shinobi no Kuni. The film reteams Ohno with director Nakamura Yoshihiro six years after Kaibutsu-Kun. Mumon: The Land of Stealth revolves around the battle between the storied ninjas of Iga Province and Oda Nobunaga's forces in the late 16th century. In 1579, Oda Nobunaga's son Oda Nobukatsu led an army of 8,000 in an attack against the Iga, but the outnumbered ninja clan successfully repelled Oda's army with their superior fighting skills and battlefield prowess.
Ohno takes on the fictional role of Mumon, a seemingly lazy and unmotivated ninja who actually harbors great powers that are unleashed in times of battle. Hey! Say! JUMP member Chinen Yuri (The Gold Medal Man) plays Oda Nobukatsu. The period action epic also co-stars Ishihara Satomi, Suzuki Ryohei, Kunimura Jun and Iseya Yusuke.
This edition comes with a 36-page booklet, a shuriken sticker set and three bonus discs of special features, including TV special, cast talk, samurai vs. shinobi battle, interviews, deleted scenes, making documentary, stage greetings and visual commentary.
Teiichi no Kuni (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region A
| Takeuchi Ryoma
| Nomura Shuhei
| Chiba Yudai
Furuya Usamaru's manga Teiichi no Kuni about high school politics arrives on the silver screen in a colorful live-action adaptation directed by Nagai Akira (If Cats Disappeared from the World). Suda Masaki (Gintama) stars in the teen comedy as the hero Teiichi, a student at a prestigious all-boys high school known for producing Japan's future movers and shakers. He aspires to one day become prime minister, and his journey towards carving his own kingdom begins here and now with the student council elections.
Teiichi definitely, absolutely, must become student body president – but he's far from the only one vying for the vaunted position in this special high school full of ambitious boys! His first step towards greatness begins freshman year when he must align himself with the right faction and candidate vying for this year's presidential election, in order to pave the way for his own election later on. He's joined in the political battle by a loaded cast of popular young actors, including Shison Jun (Survival Family) as Teiichi's loyal lieutenant, Nomura Shuhei (Sagrada Reset) as his longtime rival, Takeuchi Ryoma (Yell for the Blue Sky) as a popular transfer student, and Chiba Yudai (My Brother Loves Me Too Much) and Mamiya Shotaro (Litchi Hikari Club) as upperclassman candidates.
Peach Girl (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region All
Shintoku Koji (Director)
| Yamamoto Mizuki
| Inoo Kei
| Arata Mackenyu
Hey! Say! JUMP member Inoo Kei and up-and-coming actors Yamamoto Mizuki (Sadako vs. Kayako), Arata Mackenyu (Chihayafuru) and Nagano Mei (Daytime Shooting Star) star in the live-action adaptation of Ueda Miwa's shojo manga Peach Girl. Serialized from 1997 to 2004, Peach Girl was previously adapted into a Taiwan idol drama in 2002 and an anime series in 2005. The film adaptation is helmed by TV director Shintoku Koji (Rivers Edge Okawabata Detective Agency), who previously assisted on One Hitoshi's Bakuman and Love Strikes!
High school girl Adachi Momo (Yamamoto Mizuki) is often misunderstood because of her appearances. She has only one friend, Sae (Nagano Mei), who turns out to be the very person spreading unsavory rumors about her around school. Momo has a crush on classmate Toji (Arata Mackenyu), but their relationship hits rough waters due to Sae's sabotage and the appearance of easygoing playboy Kairi (Inoo Kei) who also likes Momo.
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