Ryuken meets an attractive young woman named Okoyo. He would like to
know her better, but she's already betrothed. Okoyo is one of the virgins
promised to the Shogun for his ever-expanding harem. Ryuken is perturbed
by the situation and willing to risk everything - even certain castration
- to rescue Okoyo from the Concubine Palace. He concocts a plan to deflower
Okoyo before the emperor has a chance to do it. By blackmailing a monk
(the holy man enjoys buggering young boys, and Ryuken finds out about
it), the love-sick samurai gains access to the castle through a secret
passageway under the women's bathroom [she photo below of Ryuken looking
up from the toilet sewer under the maiden's butt].
plot is ripe for an array of sexual fetishes. And director Ikuo Sekimoto
is not shy about exploiting them all. Sekimoto cut his teeth on delinquent
action movies for Toei Studios in the early '70s. After directing this
film in 1976, he joined the Nikkatsu stable for a series of pink films
(including Empress in 1983). He would later re-join Toei for
more mainstream erotica like Whorehouse Women: Fighting for Survival
(1994) starring SUKEBAN
DEKA girl Yoko Minamino. Actress Tokuko Watanabe, who plays
Okoyo here, was a popular Nikkatsu starlet best known for her role in
IN THE ATTIC.
Film with English subtitles; widescreen format (16:9), fully uncut print
(88 min.), DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC, playable on any American machine.
Extras include trailers.
For Mature Audiences Only