Your hand will be reunited with your shaft when you Meiko showing off her goodies.
In 1989 she portrayed Omasa, an informant, in the television drama the — version starring actor.
This movie was directed by Toshiya Fujita, known for another movie starring Meiko Kaji, Stray Cat Rock: Beat '71.
They go their separate ways, but run into each other at the nearest brothel.
While I'm glad that this teases a sequel which I can't wait to see, I also think it would've been a bit more poetic to have her die after she has fulfilled her quest and at the hands of another girl avenging her parents.
It's her piercing eyes that break through and negate the stereotypical trappings of genre film and wrangle agency away from the tropes that demand her to be sexy, badass and fetishized by a male audience with a taste for sadism.