Follow Ryo Hazuki as he attempts to track down the man responsible for his father's death.




Credited cast:
Ryan Drees ...
Tom Johnson (voice)
Ruth Hollyman ...
Nozomi Harasaki (voice)
Robert Jefferson ...
Iwao Hazuki (voice)
Paul Lucas ...
Lan Di (voice)
Corey Marshall ...
Ryo Hazuki (voice)


The year is 1986, the place is Yokosuka, Japan. The life of Ryo Hazuki is suddenly and irrecoverably shattered by uninvited visitors. A man wearing dark green Chinese clothes appears at the Hazuki family home with two black-suited thugs. This man uses a powerful style of martial arts, the likes of which Ryo has never before seen, to engage his father Iwao in fierce battle. Ryo attempts to intervene and help his father, but the obvious disparity in power is too much. Ryo is beaten down and taken hostage as the man questions Iwao, "Where is the mirror?" Having no other recourse, Iwao reluctantly tells him. Once this mysterious object is in the man's possession, he again attacks Iwao. "Do you remember Zhao Sun Ming?" From these words Ryo learns of a shocking truth from the past. His father was responsible for killing someone long ago. And then, Iwao is knocked down in defeat. Ryo pulls his father close and feels him take his last breath. "Lan Di" The man with the ominous embroidery of a ... Written by ShenmueDojo

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Shenmue the movie was released Jan 20, 2001 in select theaters in Japan. It contains a ninety minute compilation of the major storytelling cut scenes from the game Shenmue played in chronological order along with battle scenes played by expert players. The movie was officially released in Japanese theaters and later was released in the West as a bonus DVD included with the Xbox version of Shenmue II. See more »


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