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  • The 1996 anime series Samurai X used Intermezzo from Cavalleria rusticana as the theme for Kenshin's departure and farewell to Kaoru on the episode 31.Pietro Mascagni-Wikipedia
  • In 2005, TV Asahi ranked Tom and Jerry as 58th of the Top 100 Animated TV Series in Japan overall, outranking titles like Rurouni Kenshin, Initial D, and even Macross.Tom and Jerry-Wikipedia
  • The aizōban format has begun to make inroads into the US market, with titles such as Fruits Basket, Rurouni Kenshin and Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin being reissued in aizōban format.Tankōbon-Wikipedia
  • Their song "The Fourth Avenue Cafe", was replaced as the fourth ending theme of the Rurouni Kenshin anime after only four episodes and the release of "The Fourth Avenue Cafe" single was postponed.L'Arc-en-Ciel-Wikipedia
  • The first Hunter × Hunter anime adaptation was produced by the company Nippon Animation and directed by Kazuhiro Furuhashi, who had previously directed the Rurouni Kenshin television series.Hunter × Hunter-Wikipedia
  • Later that year, his third single "Heart of Sword (Yoake Mae)" (HEART OF SWORD ~夜明け前~) was used as the third ending song for the anime series Rurouni Kenshin, further expanding his fan base.Takanori Nishikawa-Wikipedia

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