Netflix's launch series is titled Age of Samurai: Battle For Japan, set in the feudal lords ready to kill, plotted to contend for the right to take position.
Do you sound familiar?
However, while this royal war was reminiscent of Game of Thrones, Age of Samurai It is described as an educational series that helps viewers discover feudal Japanese civil wars.
One of the main characters of this series is Date Masamune, the lord with the famous "Single Label Long Dragon" Japanese name 400 years ago.
The fact that he did not raise any one-eyed dragon, Date Masamune had lost one eye due to smallpox.
At the age of 17, Masamune became lord, quickly conquering other clans to unify most of northern Japan. He was so cruel that he killed his younger brother to ensure power.
Poison Long Dragon is the iconic figure in Japanese history, who inspired many fictional characters in cinema. He was even thought to be the inspiration for Darth Vader's shaping.
Age Of Samurai Produced by Smithsonian Canada and Cream Productions. According to the Real Screen, Cream CEO David Brady said the series was inspired by Japanese culture and art, techniques and storytelling superior to other historic series.
Currently, there is no time for official launch, but the manufacturer confirmed, Age of Samurai being shot in Japan, USA and Canada. As expected, this series will be released later this year.