Is Hiko Seijuro stronger than Kenshin?
Hiko is the most powerful fighter in the series, vastly superior to all other characters. During Kenshin’s second training, while Kenshin seemingly was on par in sheer speed to his master, Hiko in fact greatly suppresses his true capacities beneath his 90-kilogram cloak.
Who is Kenshin himura teacher?
History. The thirteenth successor to the sword art of Hiten Mitsurugi-Ryū, Hiko serves as Kenshin’s teacher and surrogate parent.
Did Kenshin master Hiten Mitsurugi?
The Amakakeru Ryū no Hirameki is first seen being used by Kenshin against Hiko Seijūrō XIII, and his master is the only known master in the school’s history to have survived the final trial.
Can Kenshin beat Saito?
True, only Saito fought Kenshin when Kenshin was willing to kill. Thus, Aoshi also fought Kenshin at his peak, and he was defeated by Kenshin’s ultimate technique, a move Saito never had to face. Regardless, Saito and Aoshi are both undoubtedly quite skilled, and I can respect the viewpoint of Saito being stronger.
Is Saito stronger than Kenshin?
Saito also fights based on experience rather than tradition, and his physical strength is so huge that he blew up a huge metal door by piercing it with a sword. He is far above Kenshin in that regard (although Kenshin blew up a huge robot with ARNH (Amakakeru…) in the third part of the manga).
Who is Hiko Seijuro XIII in Rurouni Kenshin?
Hiko Seijūrō XIII (比古 清十郎 十三代, Hiko Seijūrō Jūsandai) is Himura Kenshin’s master in the anime/manga series Rurouni Kenshin. As a potter, he uses the assumed name of Ni’itsu Kakunoshin.
Why did Kenshin hit Hiko with Amakakeru?
Hiko Seijuro is the best swordsman in this universe by far, he is superman. He is stronger, faster, more skilled and more experienced than Kenshin. Kenshin hit him with Amakakeru because Seijuro forced him to in order to teach him how to do it. The only area where Kenshin measures up is heart, he may even surpass Hiko in this.
How did Hiko Seijuro die as a teacher?
Not much is known about him other than the fact that he met his end when his student mastered Hiten Mitsurugi-ryū’s final technique, Amakakeru Ryū no Hirameki, and in doing so, killed him (a tradition of Hiten Mitsurugi-ryū between teacher and student).
What’s the answer to Hiko Seijuro’s question?
Kenshin’s answer is battōjutsu; to land an attack before the Kuzuryūsen can hit. Hiko states that a battōjutsu of such incredible speed that it surpasses the god-speed is indeed the answer; the basic form of the Amakakeru Ryū no Hirameki.