Ooku~Hana no Ran~ aka Oh~oku~War of the Belles (DVD)

Japanese Drama
Ooku~Hana no Ran~ aka Oh~oku~War of the Belles (DVD) Japanese Drama

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  • Video
  • NTSC/Color - Fullscreen
  • Audio
  • Japanese
  • Subtitle
  • English , Chinese , Malay
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
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  • Region code All

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  • Title : Ooku~Hana no Ran~ aka Oh~oku~War of the Belles / 大奥~華の乱~
  • Running time: Appx. 460 minutes
  • Listing date : 08 Mar 2006
  • Disc Qty : 3 pcs
  • Weight : 230(g)

  • Directed by
  • Hayashi Toru , Hayama Hiroki
  • Cast by
  • Uchiyama Rina , Tanihara Shosuke , Fujiwara Norika , Koike Eiko
  • Synopsis
  • Consist of episode 1 to 10 complete TV series.

    The third Oh-oku series takes place during the 5th Shogun Tsunayoshi's era. Oh-oku is completely controlled by the Shogun's mother, Keishoin. Giving birth to the Shogun's two children, Tokumatsu and Tsuruhime, Oden-no-kata is Keishoin's favorite concubine. Tsunayoshi's official wife, Nobuko - who came from the famous Takatsukasa Family in Kyoto - has no children yet. Coming from a very noble family, Nobuko always stands against Keishoin and Oden-no-kata, both who come from average households.

    More than anything, Shogun Tsunayoshi loves to study. Since a very early age, Keishoin valued studies rather than martial arts and provided her son with plenty of education. Especially passionate about Confucianism, Tsunayoshi was eager to follow the “filial duties" (duties of a child to his parent) written in “The Analects of Confucius". That is why he devoted himself to his mother, and is at her beck and call.


    Tsunayoshi has two close advisors that he trusts very much: Narisada Makino and Yoshiyasu Yanagisawa. The story begins when Tsunayoshi one day visits Narisada's residence.

    Theme song Shuraba by Tokyo Jihen.

  • Synopsis
  • Consist of episode 1 to 10 complete TV series.

    The third Oh-oku series takes place during the 5th Shogun Tsunayoshi's era. Oh-oku is completely controlled by the Shogun's mother, Keishoin. Giving birth to the Shogun's two children, Tokumatsu and Tsuruhime, Oden-no-kata is Keishoin's favorite concubine. Tsunayoshi's official wife, Nobuko - who came from the famous Takatsukasa Family in Kyoto - has no children yet. Coming from a very noble family, Nobuko always stands against Keishoin and Oden-no-kata, both who come from average households.

    More than anything, Shogun Tsunayoshi loves to study. Since a very early age, Keishoin valued studies rather than martial arts and provided her son with plenty of education. Especially passionate about Confucianism, Tsunayoshi was eager to follow the “filial duties" (duties of a child to his parent) written in “The Analects of Confucius". That is why he devoted himself to his mother, and is at her beck and call.


    Tsunayoshi has two close advisors that he trusts very much: Narisada Makino and Yoshiyasu Yanagisawa. The story begins when Tsunayoshi one day visits Narisada's residence.

    Theme song Shuraba by Tokyo Jihen.