Samurai Champloo Manga Spoilers. Also, Samurai Champloo's ending is a metaphor for anime in general – we meet these characters, we share a journey for a limited amount of time, and then we part our ways – thankful for the time we spent together, and sometimes we'll think fondly of one another. Mugen is a rough-around-the-edges mercenary with a killer technique and nothing left to lose.
Jin is a disciplined samurai who's as deadly as he is reserved. Mugen is wandering aimlessly through the city when he stumbles upon a teahouse where he meets Jin and Fuu (A ditzy waitress, but don't think she doesn't have anything hidden up her sleeves). Samurai Champloo is one of the few anime I know to have mixed hip hop with old-school Samurai culture.
Mugen is a rough-around-the-edges mercenary with a killer technique and nothing left to lose.
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And the contrast between each characters personality, attitude and "lifestyle" is what makes the quotes so differentiated and interesting to hear. The two contrasting samurai warriors are far from friends, yet their separate paths seem to cross anyways. Samurai Champloo (Japanese: サムライチャンプルー, Hepburn: Samurai Chanpurū), stylized as SAMURAI CHAMPLOO, is a Japanese anime television series developed by Manglobe.