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The Garden of Sinners Box Set Blu-ray

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SKU: 816546021474

Retail Price: $319.98

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About The Garden of Sinners Box Set Blu-ray

The Garden of Sinners contains movies 1-7 and Bonus: Final Chapter "The Garden of Sinners" all housed in a rigid box illustrated by Takashi Takeuchi along with a Deluxe 32-page Booklet.

“If it’s alive, I can kill even God himself.”

A total of the seven theatrical features that changed the history of Japanese animation film! Based on the hit cult novel created by TYPE-MOON (Fate/Zero, Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works], Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel]), with breathtaking animation produced by ufotable (God Eater, Katsugeki Touken Ranbu)!

Special Features: Final Chapter: the Garden of sinners on Disc 8 and a"Pre-show Reminder" short video per movie

Due to licensing and contract restrictions, this product can be sold and shipped to the US and Canada only. This product cannot be shipped to Japan. All sales are final. It may be returned for an exchange if defective, but unfortunately we are unable to offer refunds.

Ordering Note: All sales for this item are final. It may be returned for an exchange if defective, if a replacement is not available a Gift Card will be issued.


  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English, Japanese
  • Genre: Fantasy, Horror
  • Age Rating: 16+
  • Run Time: 530
  • Release Date: 9/11/2018
  • Dimensional Weight: 2
  • Region Code: A

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5 star rating out of 5

Don't Miss Out On Owning This Masterpiece!


When Type Moon, Ufotable, and composer Yuki Kajiura get together, it's always magical, but 'Kara no Kyoukai'(aka 'The Garden of Sinners') film series is downright EPIC. This film series is easily Ufotable's greatest achievement animation-wise--and Lord knows they've done great stuff since--it has a great storyline, and despite its dark horror/thriller genre, it's also features a great love story: Shiki and Mikiya are one of the best couples in the history of anime. Yuki Kajiura outdid herself here; her best OST, plus she introduced the world to her vocal supergroup Kalafina, too. So if you can handle dark material, this is a Must -Own series!

4 star rating out of 5

It'd be 5 stars but the price is bad.


The series of 8 movies is a masterpiece. I already have a limited edition version of this set but I'd purchase a second copy in an instant if aniplex didnt gouge the prices of their licensed products. If you have 250 to lay down, this is a must have to purchase.

5 star rating out of 5

An essential for the true otaku.


This is not a set or series for the casual, but for the true otaku. Aniplex of America is expensive, but then they also market anime in America more closely to how it's marketed in Japan, and for a seven movie set from them the price is not all that bad. I imported this from another place back when Right-Stuf didn't have it, and it was well worth the price. This is (so to speak) the continuation of Kino Nasu's Tsukihime visual novel. For the uninitiated that's the guy who created the Fate franchise. The animation is outstanding. The story is complex and requires true attention to follow it clearly. The box is very nice. If you're looking to step up from the casual shonen anime of your youth and take a bite of real fandom, then Garden of Sinners is a good first choice.

5 star rating out of 5

A Modern Classic Anime That Still Holds Its Own

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The first time I had heard about this anime was from a friend of mine who introduced me to the computer fighting game Melty Blood, after that it was the interactive eroge visual novel Tsukihime of which there was a short anime series based on the first story arc of the game. Kara no Kyoukai or as it is known to fans as the Garden of Sinners was more or less of a type of spin-off in which Tsukihime has a similar universe and yet there are references to certain characters fans of the "Nasu verse" as some people put it would pick up.

The art is amazing, the storytelling fascinating and the music is superb (nothing less from the amazing composer Yuki Kajiura and the trio known as Kalafina). One of the things that really caught my attention that occurred to me would require multiple viewings was the various sayings that Touko Aozaki kept bringing up in each chapter (the anime also had me look at things in a philosophical manner, if you're into that type of thinking).

5 star rating out of 5

Overshadowed by Fate, a rare masterpiece of the medium

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When I started my journey with the Fate series last year, I never imagined I would end up discovering this as well. The Garden of Sinners is a "sister" series to Fate, which was also created by Type-Moon. They exist in the same universe, but it has been completely overshadowed by the ginormous Fate franchise. I feel that anyone that considers themselves a fan of Type-Moon's work, heck, even just a fan of the medium, should give The Garden of Sinners a chance. I will say this: it is very much less accessible than the Fate series. As such, it will require multiple viewings to make full sense of it, but believe me, it's worth it. Next time you play FGO and see Shiki, it will be hard not to get a smile in your face. This is a true masterpiece, and another superb work from ufotable... which also animated the Fate series! Do yourself a favor and watch this.