Dororo and Kemurikusa Now Simulcast Streaming on Amazon Prime Video


A new year, a new anime simulcast streaming season begins and Amazon Instant Video, for Amazon Prime Members, have begun simulcast streaming Dororo and Kemurikusa – with the first episode of each series now available to view.

As with traditional simulcast streaming sites, such as Crunchyroll and FUNimation Now, new episodes will be added on a weekly basis. A breakdown of each series can be found below:

Dororo: In Japan’s Warring States period, Lord Daigo Kagemitsu makes a pact with 12 demons, exchanging his unborn son for the prosperity of his lands. The child is born malformed and is set adrift in a river, while Kagemitsu’s lands thrive as promised. Years later, young thief Dororo encounters the mysterious “Hyakkimaru”, a boy whose arms are blades and whose visionless eyes seem able to see monsters.

Kemurikusa: A story about three sisters struggling to survive in a desolate world surrounded by decaying buildings and red fog. The story revolves around Rin, a girl with an updo. There’s also Ritsu, the big sister who has cat ears and is always calm, and Rina, the innocent, cheerful one dressed in a maid’s costume. Just what is it that these sisters are after in this mysterious world?

A valid Amazon Prime membership is required in order to view these episodes and, as mentioned, new episodes will be added on a weekly basis (unless delayed) until the series has been completed.

About Scott Emsen
Scott is the Founder and Executive Editor of AnimeBlurayUK but in the past he has worked at ZOMGPlay, Rice Digital and Funstock and was once a Community Moderator for the Nokia N-Gage forums. Based in the UK, he loves anything related to Games & Anime and in In his spare time you'll mostly find him playing on one of his many gaming consoles; namely the PS Vita, PS4 or Xbox One.

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