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The hit manga was made into a movie

Many Japanese comics have been on the big screen and left a certain mark in the audience.

Death Note: This is the famous comic series written by Ohba Tsugumi and illustrated by Obata Takeshi. The manga revolves around a high school student who decides to eliminate evil from the world thanks to a mysterious notebook. This book can kill anyone whose name is on it.

As of May 2006, Death Note is the sixth best-selling manga in Shueisha’s history with over 15 million copies sold separately in Japan. In particular, Episode 7 alone sold about 1,2 million copies. Fans of Japanese comics voted Death Note as one of the 10 best manga of all time. Death Note movie version also became a hit film in Japan in 2006.

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Dragon Ball: Dragon Ball is no stranger to many people. This comic series is even attached to the childhood of many generations.

Throughout the journey, Son Goku meets many friends and fights against the villains who intend to use the wishes of the holy dragon to dominate the world. This comic series has made a name for author Akira Toriyama.

In 2009, 20th Century Fox studio bought the copyright of the work from Akira Toriyama and edited the film version of the series with the name Dragon Ball: Evolution. However, after its debut, this film was not appreciated by fans and quickly forgotten.

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Attack on Titan: The series began to be published on Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shonen Magazine on September 9, 2009. After that, Attack on Titan was aggregated into 15 episodes as of December 9, 2014. The story is about the world in which people live in cities surrounded by thick walls to hide the Titans – giant humanoid creatures that eat people without reason.

The original plot centers on Eren Yeager, adopted sister Mikasa Ackerman and childhood friend Armin Arlert. The three joined the army against the Titans after witnessing their home town being conquered. They also want revenge for Eren’s mother – the victim of a carnivorous Titan.

Top 2 popular romantic manga not to be missed

Romantic manga always occupies an important position in the story list of teenage girls.

Today, let’s take a look at these 2 romantic mangas.

1. Full moon wo sagashite

Full moon wo sagashite revolve around Kouyama Mitsuki – an orphaned 12-year-old girl who dreams of becoming a singer. But unfortunately, she has a terrible cancer of the throat, making her dream of becoming a singer almost hopeless. However, she unexpectedly met 2 death gods and knew that she only had 1 year to live. That urged Mitsuki to put aside all difficulties to realize her dream.

On the road full of thorny arts, she always received the protection and help from the souls of two boys. Sakurai Eichi, a childhood friend, was in an orphanage who entrusted her to Mitsuki and Mitsuki also gave him his love. And Takuto Kira, an apprentice shinigami, his body was in a coma at the hospital, who accepted to help Mitsuki become a singer.

Experiencing many difficult obstacles, in the end, the brave girl has conquered the peak of her career. Eichi appeared in the image of an angel, and though it was painful to see Mitsuki by Takuto’s side, Mitsuki smiled happily and vanished in contentment.

2. Hibi Chouchou

Hibi Chouchou is a romantic comedy comic series by author Morishita Suu. The story is about the daily life of teenage boys and girls with concerns about love and friendship.

The main character is Suiren Shibazeki, an innocent girl but has a charming beauty, becoming the attention center of the male students in the school. Being the only one who was not cut down by Shibazeki’s beauty, but through their encounters and interactions, they gradually developed feelings.

The love story of Shibazeki and Kouha keeps happening slowly, slowly, gently but without being boring. The content of the story is rated as quite meaningful and profound, along with many very cute funny situations.

One Piece: Revealing the shape of Brook’s Devil Fruit and Gecko Moria

Indeed, the shape of the Devil Fruit in One Piece always surprises us.

Devil Fruit is a special fruit that holds an important position in One Piece. The number of Devil Fruits that have appeared in One Piece is over 100 different types. They have all kinds of colors and all that, but the common point is that the people who eat them will have a lot of special abilities.

Recently, One Piece magazine episode 8 showed the shape of Brook’s Yomi Yomi no Mi and Gecko Moria’s Kage Kage no Mi. Specifically, please see below:

1. The Devil Fruit Yomi Yomi no Mi

In One Piece, Yomi Yomi no Mi is a Devil Fruit that allows the user to revive once and several other powers related to the soul. The possessor of the power of this badass devil is the Brooks King of the Straw Hat Pirates.

While still alive, Brook ate the Devil Fruit Yomi Yomi no Mi. The fruit’s ability will allow its owner to live again. And after Brook’s soul was unable to recover his body for a long time and caused his body to decompose. So after resurrection he was in the shape of a dry skeleton.

Yomi Yomi no Mi is the first Devil Fruit shown in One Piece Magazine episode 8. If you look around, the shape of this Devil Fruit is like a skull. This unique shape makes us think that this Devil Fruit was created for Brook, right? It is unclear if this is Oda’s intention or is there a certain reason so the Yomi Yomi no Mi Devil Fruit has a skull-like shape?

2. The Devil Fruit Kage Kage no Mi

The next Devil Fruit to be revealed in One Piece Magazine Episode 8 is the Kage Kage no Mi of Gecko Moria – one of the former Shichibukai. This fruit is the source of the problems that happened to Luffy and his friends at Thriller Bark. From losing their own shadows to racing against the rising sun, Luffy and the others were on the verge of death.

It’s hard to describe the form of the Devil Fruit that Moriah ate, but it seemed to have a skin. You know, there are many shelled fruits outside of the real world, but the writer has yet to think of anything. If you think of it, share it with everyone!

3. The shape of the other Devil Fruit will be revealed

The habit of revealing the shape of the Devil Fruit on One Piece Magazine has been done many times. Earlier, Choper’s Devil Fruit Hito Hito no Mi and Robin’s Hana Hana no Mi were also revealed in One Piece Magazine. So the fruits of the other demons will be like that, only ever. So, we just have to wait until Oda reveals them.

3 manga that fascinated from the first episode

For whatever reason, the first volumes of the manga below will draw viewers right into the plot

Mysterious manga is always attractive to readers, but one thing to admit, reading this type of manga but not full is like torture. So today I will introduce 3 manga movies that are intriguing to you right from the first chapters that are already full.

King’s Game

All 32 students in one class received a strange text message on the phone the same night. It “invites” them to play a game called “Ousama Game”, when participating, they must perform separate tasks within 24 hours. Who also thinks it is a joke, the first task is simply this student kisses learn born there. Gradually, the missions become serious depending on what they dare to do, the cost of failure is death. Would they find a way out of that game before more people died, and the living people gradually lost their humanity?

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Dengeki Daisy

Before she died, her brother Kurebayashi Teru gave her a cell phone, saying to contact “Daisy” if she needed someone to talk to. Later, though living alone, without relatives, Teru never felt lonely because Daisy was always there when Teru needed and always supported her. In order to repay the debt, Teru had to work for an employee for someone to tell Guards – Kurosaki Tasuku – very rude (but quite handsome). Teru always thinks that Daisy and Tasuku are two representatives of her two separate lives. But maybe, these two lives are not as separate as you think?

Bloody Monday

The story begins with a remote village in Russia, a small church where people gather to pray. A beautiful, strange woman named Maya entered the church with a charming smile on her lips. She came and went, but the people in that peaceful little church could never continue to pray. They died of a mysterious virus called “Bloody Monday”.

Then came to a remote city – Japan, the genius hacker Fujimaru Takagi soon dragged Takagi into the fight between the government and terrorists when the mysterious Maya woman suddenly became a teacher in Takagi school. This is when the lives of the people you love are threatened with the mysterious virus that caused the tragedy in Russia.

Different levels of ecchi in Anime and Manga

The charming, hot, sexy in Japanese is called Ecchi. And one more means to do it if you use verbs. Sometimes Ecchi is also used to refer to the acts of goats … for those who are not decent, the dark mind.

In English, the word Ecchi is used to describe a skimpy scene on a woman’s body. But the Ecchi used in the Manga or Anime is for 16+ subjects so most will not have adult scenes. Characters in these two categories have a common feature: body-tight clothing. It is shown clearly attractive curves such as chest, waist, buttocks, thighs … In order to bring a sexy body…

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Ecchi consists of 3 different levels. That is:

The first level is considered the lightest, with the skirt a little shorter than usual, the collar can also be a bit wider. Sometimes it can happen one or more unintended accidents or clothes like swimsuit …

The second level is average, with bolder scenes like showing off underwear, semi-nude, or full nude. But the sensitive areas are not exposed and are well shielded.

The third level is the heaviest, extremely revealing with nude scenes of the whole body, the bust is 100% exposed, only the lower part is shielded.

After referring to the above article, you must have understood more about what Ecchi is, right? If you have any useful information, please comment below for us to discuss.

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In English, it is often used as a term in manga and anime. Manga or anime labeled as ecchi are usually sexually suggestive, but don’t have sex scenes. However, ecchi was used to mean the equivalent of hentai, possibly due to the confusion between the two, and so it took a different meaning from the original Japanese word. In recent years, it has been used in English extensively with a more correct meaning than the Japanese root – although hentai is separated into a separate concept and embraces it all.

What do Japanese people think when they hear the word “Otaku”

Otaku is a slang term in Japanese that uses a type of person, weird, makes friends like them or refers to someone who is too passionate about something, especially anime, manga, or game. This word in the world is generally understood as those who read comics and watch cartoons.

Nowadays, “otaku” is for lovers, anime and manga fans in general. People who are crazy about vocaloid or anime, manga claiming to be “otaku” and proud of it. Even now the events on this topic are very interested and enthusiastic among young people all over the world. It has become a trend.

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Moreover, each person has a unique way of living, nothing called abnormal. Just like words: there are no two words that are completely synonymous, substituting for each other in all circumstances. If so, 1 in 2 will be annihilated. So no one can be like anyone.

This is a survey from the website of a Japanese company called DIP which is a company specializing in job introduction. They conducted a survey on the Otaku theme and received feedback from Japanese men and women from the age of 10 to 49.

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In it, only 37.4% identified themselves as Otaku. And more surprisingly, nearly two-thirds of the rest – those who have no or very little experience with Otaku’s life or passion spend time answering all questions. In the poll, there is an interesting question that today’s article wants to focus on. That is: “When you hear from OTAKU, what do you think?”.

The Otaku often shop for their headscarves with prints, names or things related to their favorite idols, singers, voice actors …. The original goal was for hair to not obstruct their eyes while “studying” the subject. Later became a popular style of Otaku.

Kyoto International Manga Museum: “All manga stories are in here!”

I think there are a lot of people who have experienced different emotions when exposed to manga, which can be nervous, sometimes touched, emotional surges, … So let me ask one more question: have you ever enjoyed other things besides “reading” manga? If you’re a painting lover, you’ve probably tried drawing already?

In fact, manga is not just for reading, you can enjoy from many different angles. In this article I would like to introduce you to a great space where you can enjoy, experience the unknown of manga from beginners to manga enthusiasts.

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The place I want to introduce is “Kyoto International Manga Museum“. Space with all kinds of manga will definitely attract you to this enchanting world. “Kyoto International Manga Museum” opened in November 2006 to serve manga culture research and research work around the world. The number of manga titles from foreign genres to foreign manga amounts to more than 300,000. The bookshelves of manga are lined up together.

Currently, an average of 260,000 people come here every year, so far more than 2,000,000 people have come here. Of which more than 10% are foreign visitors, this is one of the famous attractions that attract manga and anime enthusiasts both at home and abroad. Visitors come here regardless of young, male and female, from “never reading manga” people to people who are doing research on manga.

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When crossing the entrance, the main area is the souvenir shop. There are limited types of books that you can only buy here. “Kyoto International Manga Museum” organizes special exhibitions every year for 2 ~ 3 times every year. When we did this article, there was an Seiki Tsuchida exhibition – 18,000 books.

The large phoenix “Hi no Tori – fire bird” – the manga of Osamu Tezuka. This work is made from wood! The phoenix body is carved by a special wood carving method used when carving the Great Buddha Statue, the phoenix eyes using the engraving technique called “Gyokugan” make the eyes more sparkling.

Manga captain Tsubasa and Japanese football

If anyone follows football for the past 20 years or so, they will definitely agree that Japan is Asia’s leading football game: 4 times to win Asia, 3 times to reach the 16th round of the WC, Urawa Red Diamonds is the current defending champion. And there are also many players who have played in Europe: formerly Hideyoshi Nakata, Shunshuke Nakamura. Currently there are Shinji Kagawa, Makoto Hasebe, …. Most Japanese teams in the 2018 WC kicked in Europe, especially in Germany.

Now that is the case, but once upon a time, Japanese football was just a sport that no one cared about. New baseball is the top sport in Japan. And for decades, even though there are certain successes, Japanese football is still considered as an adopted child by fans. Until one person changed everything, bringing Japanese football to the public and making Japan pay attention to football, since then, football has been focused on investment and investment Then he reached out to become The second sport is of interest. That person is Yōichi Takahashi. And he is not a player, the coach, officials of the Japanese Football Federation, he is a mangaka, the author of Captain Tsubasa.

Most players only consider football to be a left-handed profession, and many players have to go abroad to pursue football wholeheartedly. In 1978, the Argentine World Cup was live on TV, the first time Takahashi knew about football and he declared that it was when he realized how wonderful football was and wanted to introduce it to Japanese people through manga.

And the story of Captain Tsubasa was born in 1981, about a young player named Tsubasa leading Japan to U16 and U18 World Cup. Tsubasa then went to Spain and joined Barcelona, ​​the Super Class, and at the end will help Japan win the World Cup.

The series has become a global phenomenon, producing a generation of players for Japan. Every child wants to become Tsubasa, Hyuga, … and the characters of these characters sell better than any real player at that time. Hideyoshi Nakata, the Japanese football legend who spent a scudetto with Roma, said he was not a football fan, and then read Captain Tsubasa and tried out the skills in the story. Although the unrivaled men’s soccer team like Takahashi wanted it only until the eighth round, the Japanese Women’s Football Team won the World Cup.

Why Japanese people like to read Manga

Perhaps this is the question of anyone who has been in Japan or knows about Japanese Manga. So what are the reasons why Japanese people read such a variety of Manga? The simplest reason is a very interesting and interesting Manga. It appeals to all ages with extremely rich content and closeness to everyday life.

The language used in Japanese Manga is always the latest words, the latest way of speaking of modern Japanese. Therefore, it is said that if you want to understand Japanese in your daily life and understand what modern Japanese people think read the Manga.

Manga gathers all kinds of stories, from fantasy stories to myths that show the dreams of children to stories of hot times, helping readers to forget the daily tiredness, relieve stresses in the company.

It may be the story of a high school student who returned to ancient times with magic and martial arts in order to eliminate evil and kill ghosts. It may also be simply the story of a stylized and demoralized salaryman, different from a real officer in real life. Comic books help people do things that they don’t dare to do everyday or can’t do.

If you’ve ever read comics from Europe and America and compared to Japanese comics, you’ll find quite a few interesting differences. European and American comics have a fairly lengthy dialogue on a page of a book. Pictures are drawn in great detail and carefully. Readers of comic books spend a long time watching all the pages.

They just read the lines, looked at every detail of the picture and imagined. Meanwhile, also depicting a similar scene, Japanese comics can use up to 10 pages of books and only a few lines. The pages of the book are very plentiful, simple and accompanied by a lot of onomatopoeia and figurative words to create an effect for the story.

 

Anime and Manga – Representatives of Japanese popular culture

Manga is a word used to refer to genres of comics originating from Japan, Anime is an animated film, can be adapted from Manga or has its own Japanese-style plot. Anime and Manga generally refer to a typical artistic style originating from Japan, used in many areas but often used to refer to the above two genres.

Anime cartoons and manga is an industry that brings Japan billions of dollars annually and is an important part of contemporary Japanese culture. They brought the image of Japan around the world through Songoku, Doraemon, Pokemon or more recently Luffy and Naruto.

Every week in Japan there are dozens of comic magazines that’s published, including Shounen Jump or Magazine Special, and the anime is broadcast all over the airwaves with higher ratings than regular dramas. Some of Studio Ghibli’s films also brought in more than $ 100 million in movie theaters and won many prestigious awards.

In Japan, you can see 2D drawing style of manga and anime everywhere: from introductory leaflets to banners hanging on electric trains or videos advertised on television; The manga is also placed in the waiting chair of the clinic or barber shop. You’ll also find it easy to see pictures of manga and anime characters dressed in otaku in Akihabara, Shinjuku, Harajuku or other streets across Japan.

Mangaka that’s manga painters are also respected by Japanese and called Sensei like writers, teachers or doctors. In addition, a large museum is built in Kyoto just to exhibit about Japan’s unique manga culture. Manga is considered as the heart of Japanese popular culture including: adaptation, game, cosplay, …

One of the unique features of manga and anime is the rich and diverse knowledge. The content of the manga and anime is considered to be more important than the visual part, so the artists have to read a lot of materials to be able to build reasonable and attractive stories.

Each manga is often associated with a specific theme or career, so readers can gain more specialized knowledge from manga and anime in a way that is easier to understand and lively than passive listening in schools. For example, detective comics like Conan or Kindaichi provide a lot of scientific and criminal knowledge. The series of Adachi Mitsuru describe in detail the sports knowledge such as baseball, boxing or swimming.