Hininden Gausu

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Hininden Gausu
緋忍伝-呀宇種(ガウス)
Genre Hentai, historical fiction
Original video animation
Directed by Rin Shin
Studio Arms, Pink Pineapple
Released2005-12-22
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Hininden Gausu (緋忍伝-呀宇種(ガウス)) is a 2005 hentai anime OVA, animated by studio Arms and published by Pink Pineapple.

It is the first anime directed by designer Rin Shin, who has worked on this project for years, despite warnings that a historical drama in hentai would not work. [1]

Story

A young man is called back in time to the Japanese medieval era. Here, he will have to help a young princess and her two pretty ninja bodyguards escape from the castle of an evil tyrant.

Cast

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References

  1. インタビュー. + 緋忍伝-呀宇種(ガウス)- + (in Japanese). Pink Pineapple. Retrieved March 30, 2014.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)