- What is City Hunter anime about?
- How many seasons is City Hunter?
- Does Ryo Saeba smoke?
- Does City Hunter have a happy ending?
- Is City Hunter anime worth watching?
- Where can I watch City Hunter free?
- Who does Ryo Saeba end up with?
- Does City Hunter have a storyline?
- What does Mokkori mean in Japanese?
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The series follows the exploits of Ryo Saeba, a "sweeper" who is always found chasing beautiful girls and a private detective who works to rid Tokyo of crime, along with his associate or partner, Hideyuki Makimura.
Through the four seasons of 140 episodes of City Hunter, the animation is vivid and pleasant, the voice actors cast brilliant, and the original soundtrack soulful and inspiring.
He eats mostly anything and is quite a big eater as well. He also enjoys shooting games at the game center. In reference to Vol. 6, he smokes 'Lucky Strike' brand of cigarettes and is quite a heavy drinker.
*Just to let you guys know because there seemed to be confusion over the ending, City Hunter's PD stated that Yoon Sung does survive after all. The ending scene of him driving off into the city night is just showing the “City Hunter's” will against injustice.Jul 28, 2011
City Hunter was Amazing and Thrilling and Fast Paced Action-Romance-Heroic Thriller!!!! I did not know what to expect but decided to give it a shot and loved every moment. I rarely watch TV but gave this a shot and could not stop watching.
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contacted by leaving a note with "XYZ "on the bulletin board at Shinjuku Station. One day, his associate, Hideyuki, is murdered and Ryo has to take care of Hideyuki's sister, Kaori Makimura, who becomes his new partner.
City Hunter makes up for a lack of overall story with incredible characters. This is especially evident in none other than the main character, Ryo Saeba.
Mokkori (モッコリ) is a Japanese sound symbol word (gitaigo) that essentially represents the "sound" of something bulging out, usually under cloth. It is probably related to another gitaigo "mukumuku" (ムクムク) which is the sound of something rising very quickly, towering.