A washed up director known for copying the very famous movie director. His works are all flops but he is famous for his raunchy scenes.
Master of a world-famous movie.
While making the only work that a film director cannot sell, He gets upset and cries when he realizes he's famous for sex scenes.
Fight him like you would Dark Emperor Nyandam. He can now kill Dragon Cats in one hit and has more range, so it might take longer.
If Kurosawah is 100%, and you have Awakened Bahamut then you're at a really obvious advantage: It has a really long attack animation (four entire seconds) and 3 knockbacks, meaning every time A. Bahamut attacks, it knocks it back.
Bring along the Battle Item Sniper the Cat (from Thursday Stage) to occasionally interrupt his long-cooldown attacks and get free hits on him.
Tin Cat is an easily obtainable Rare Cat that can constantly reset his attack. This works especially well if you can push Kurosawah into the enemy base, allowing your Tin Cats to keep him pinned down.
Bombercat can easily stunlock Kurosawah, making dispatching him trivial. this is particularly useful on stages where Kurosawah is supported by other Black enemies, which Bombercat can also neutralize.
One strategy that works for some players, if they don't have the cats above but more common cats is spamming Eraser Cats to keep him back and then putting out Jamiera Cat to move in and put out damage. This works for a while until his magnifaction get over 300%. Then after that your Jamiera Cat needs to be higher level.
Ring Girl Cat can heavily damage Director Kurosawah if she is high-leveled and Kurosawah isn't overly buffed.
For more buffed Kurosawahs, you could use Bombercat and Awakened bahamut Cat so that bomber cat could freeze and Awakened Bahamut will destroy Kurosawah. This is especially useful on stages like XP megablitz.
Director Kurosawah (Black)
Time between attacks
700 (area attack)
*In each stage, there is strength magnification, the value of health and attack power varies due to this value.
*Time between attacks is the time of the attack from the motion end until the next attack motion start
The filmmaker in his description is a reference to the legendary Japanese film director Akira Kurosawa.
If the BG is dark enough, he will be harder to kill because you can't really see if Kurosawah is going to attack due to everything being black.