Based on Idea Factory's romance adventure game: Yukimura Chizuru has come to Kyoto looking for her father, a doctor who has gone missing. While there, she witnesses a fight between an Oni and the Shinsengumi. Taking her into custody, the Shinsengumi debates on what to do with Chizuru when they discover that she is the daughter of the doctor they are also looking for. The Shinsengumi then takes Chizuru along on their search after the missing doctor, from adventures to adventures.

Hakuouki - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2010-04-03

Hakuouki - Kondō Isami - Netflix

Kondō Isami (近藤 勇, November 9, 1834 – May 17, 1868) was a Japanese swordsman and official of the late Edo period, famed for his role as commander of the Shinsengumi.

Hakuouki - Grave memorials - Netflix

Kondō had at least 4 grave sites; it is believed that the first of them was the grave erected at Ten'nei-ji Temple (天寧寺) in Aizu by Hijikata Toshizō. Hijikata, who was convalescing nearby from a foot injury sustained at the Battle of Utsunomiya, brought Kondo's hair there and was said to have personally supervised the preparation and construction of the site. Kondō's funerary name, Kanten'inden'junchūseigi-daikōji (貫天院殿純忠誠義大居士) is believed to have been granted by Matsudaira Katamori. Another grave site was located at an ancient Ryugenji Temple at Osawa, Mitaka, Tokyo where after his execution, his headless body was brought over by his nephew Kondō Yugoro and buried there with his family. A grave mound containing Kondō's head was located behind the Hozoji temple at Okazaki, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. Yet another grave site of Kondō was located on the memorial known as Grave of Shinsengumi, in front of Itabashi Station near the location of former Itabashi execution grounds, was erected by Nagakura Shinpachi in 1876, who was also buried nearby after his death.

Hakuouki - References - Netflix