Samurai Champloo Inspired Dog Names

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Samurai Champloo was a Japanese animated TV show from the mid-2000s. The show only ran for twenty-six episodes. Despite its short run, Samurai Champloo garnered much critical acclaim from fans all around the world. The series is set in Edo Period Japan and follows a fifteen-year-old girl named Fuu. Fuu is searching for her estranged father - a man that she's described as a "samurai who smells of sunflowers." Early on in her journey, Fuu encounters Jin and Mugen - two samurai with contrasting personalities and fighting styles. Fuu convinces Jin and Mugen to help her and three set off to find the legendary "Sunflower Samurai."

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Samurai Champloo was a very unique and stylized anime that stood apart from all of its peers. The show's success was due, in large part, to the incredibly talented and dedicated team of artists and technicians behind the series; the notorious Shinichiro Watanabe directed Samurai Champloo while Kazuto Nakazawa designed each of the show's characters. Mahiro Maeda served as Samurai Champloo's mechanical designer, drastically improving the show's overall production design. As a result of the team's efforts, Samurai Champloo looked and felt like a different sort of anime series. Even to this day, series stands out amongst many contemporary shows.

Samurai Champloo was also heavily inspired by Hip Hop music and Hip Hop culture; the show featured tons of Hip Hop, Chill Hop, and Trip Hop music in each of the series' twenty-six episodes. The late Japanese musician Nujabes served as one of Samurai Champloo's leading music producers alongside musicians Fat Jon and Force of Nature. Together, these three talented artists gave Samurai Champloo a soundtrack that's utterly perfect and inspiring. If you're a fan of Hip Hop music or any of its Sub-Genres, consider listening to Samurai Champloo's soundtrack as well as watching this short but sweet series whenever you get the chance. Both the music and the series can be inspiration for the ideal dog name!

Male Samurai Champloo Inspired Dog Names

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Sunny
After the word Sunflower
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Seizo
The Sunflower Samurai's first name
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Kasumi
The Sunflower Samurai's last name
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Christian
Seizo was a Christian Samurai
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Taro
A famous Sakhalin Husky
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Jin
Fuu's older bodyguard
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Ginpei
After Ginpei Sato
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Kirk
Based on Kirk Thornton
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Strempler
After Christian Strempler
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Jiro
Taro's brother
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Mugen
Fuu's hotheaded bodyguard
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Kazuya
Kazuya Nakai was Mugen's Japanese voice actor
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Steve
After the legendary Steve Blum
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Irwin
Referencing Irwin Daayán
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Champloo
Means mixed up in Japanese
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Kariya
Kariya Kagetoki was after the Sunflower Samurai
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Kagetoki
Kariya's surname
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Takayuki
After Takayuki Sugou
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César
Alluding to César Soto
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Champ
Based on Champloo
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Shoryu
One of Jin's rivals
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Mukuro
A gun-slinging villain
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Kiyoyuki
After Kiyoyuki Yanada
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Pete
Referring to Pistol Pete
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Spike
Alluding to Spike Spiegel
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Enshirou
Jin's Sensei
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Mariya
Enshirou's surname
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Yukimaru
Another of Mariya's students
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Ogura
A former student of Mariya's
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Shinichiro
After Shinichirō Watanabe

Female Samurai Champloo Inspired Dog Names

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Fuu
The leading lady of the show
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Ayako
After Ayako Kawasumi
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Kari
After the prolific Kari Wahlgren
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Mariana
After Mariana Ortiz
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Samantha
Shares a few characters with Samurai
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Momo
Fuu's pet squirrel
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Mo
A shorter version of Momo
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Kasumi
Based on Fuu's mom
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Cassie
A Westernized version of Kasumi
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Sammie
An alternate spelling of Samantha
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Rodriguez
Taken from Mugen's pet beetle
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Roxie
Referencing Rodriguez's special talent
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Kohza
Mukuro's younger sister
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Ai
After Ai Maeda
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Himawari
Japanese for Sunflower
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Yatsuha
A female ninja that Mugen encounters
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Noriko
After Noriko Hidaka
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Michelle
Based on Michelle Ruff
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Patricia
Referencing Patricia Hannidez
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Bushi
Japanese for Samurai
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Shino
A kind woman that Jin meets
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Hiromi
After Shino's Japanese voice actress
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Julie
Based on Julie Ann Taylor
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Diana
As in Diana Pérez
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Tomoe
Tomoe Gozen was a legendary female samurai
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Hotaru
A spy who poisoned Mugen
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Masako
After Masako Katsuki
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Wendee
As in the notorious Wendee Lee
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Wendy
Another way to spell Wendee's name
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Nakano
After Nakano Takeko

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