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Tokugawa Ieyasu 1983 taiga; now with english subtitles
Topic Started: Feb 19 2018, 01:46 PM (566 Views)
nomind
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YAY!!!!

first 15 episodes subbed so far.
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Wicked L
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Taiheike also, they have subbed about the first 10 eps . my personal fave, along with Hana No Ran.
Nyaa has Tokugawa Ieysau, and Taiheike, if you want to avoid getting caught in the seed trap on Avitaz.
Edited by Wicked L, Feb 19 2018, 08:03 PM.
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nomind
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Oh nice! It’ll be exciting to watch Taiheiki and then Hojo Tokimune as the sequel.

Imagine if these fansubbers will sub Hideyoshi, Hana no Ran, Homura tatsu and Tobu ga Gotoku as well.

I’d so like to see Hana no Ran to see how the Sengoku period started, what lead to the Onin War.
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I feel like "Hideyoshi" has been lost to history at this point, despite being probably the best Taiga drama ever. I think the official release was only the short version after the fact.
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kitsuno
Feb 20 2018, 06:19 AM
I feel like "Hideyoshi" has been lost to history at this point, despite being probably the best Taiga drama ever. I think the official release was only the short version after the fact.


Correct. I still have all the episodes on VHS that you sent me, even though I no longer have a VHS player to watch them :hehe:
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退職させていただきます。
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Wicked L
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Nomind, other way around lol. Taiheike starts where Tokimune ends .

I am sure these guys will do Hideyoshi .

I would be happy as a pig in feces, if these guys did Homura Tatsu, about the Oshu Fujiwara and Hana No Ran.
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Feb 21 2018, 10:20 AM
Nomind, other way around lol. Taiheike starts where Tokimune ends .

I am sure these guys will do Hideyoshi .

I would be happy as a pig in feces, if these guys did Homura Tatsu, about the Oshu Fujiwara and Hana No Ran.
Oh, thanks for correcting. Don’t know if I would’ve double-checked this myself, ending up watching them in the wrong order lol because in my mind I had checked this and believed it was the correct order. Well, no biggie though, it’s not like you’d start to watch Game of Thrones from season 4 to 8 and then 1 to 3. It’s just more interesting to watch in the chronological order that’s all.

Yeah me too!

Edited by nomind, Feb 22 2018, 10:55 PM.
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They are both stand alone drama's anyway, its just that Taiheike, starts with Taira Yoritsuna attacking, and destroying the Adachi family. Its not going to ruin any enjoyment either way.
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29 episodes subbed for Taiheike, this is one of the best Taiga's, people who liked Hojo Tokimune, Mori Motonari will love this .
Fast paced, lots of battles and a great cast .

Tokugawa Ieyasu sadly stuck on Ep 15.
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Thanks for letting us know! I went and downloaded the subs from daddict.

I watched the first two episodes of this tokugawa taiga and it felt like a good taiga. However I was expecting regular sub releases but since there isn’t I stopped. Maybe the guy is just releasing them in a pack sooner or later. Anyway, really grateful for all the hard work the guys have put in voluntarily(?). Avallach and the others from d-addict.

I haven’t watched any taiga or jidaigeki for months now but maybe I’ll watch something soon.
Edited by nomind, May 29 2018, 10:15 PM.
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