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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.

 

Changes when Japanese anime is shown in other countries

A lot of Japanese anime films when being broadcast in other countries have to undergo shading corrections to suit children. In the conception and thinking of the people of most countries in the world, the film animation is still the only genre dedicated to children. Meanwhile, in Japan, animation is a form of entertainment aimed at all subjects, all ages with sensitive content, mature images of mature adults.

Therefore, when being exported to foreign countries, Japanese cartoons have had to undergo a lot of strict censors when radios have to make sure they are suitable for children. In many cases, the change is so great that it no longer recognizes the original work.

Even countries with open-mindedness like the United States, homosexual love is still a particularly sensitive topic, not suitable for children. So the Western station changed the relationship of Uranus and Neptune in the Sailor Moon into cousins, where there was also a transsexual of either male.

Japanese feature films are quite open to sexy things, so going abroad will definitely result in a cut off effect. There are blurred movies like this. Whenever you are watching a movie you suddenly see strange light trails, blurry dots or black dots, please understand that the movie has been edited.

The editing stage also includes the level of image rendering, removing blood stains, changing the color tone of the scene to support more bloody violence. Redrawing, painting or deleting is a common thing when editing cartoons. Negative violence images such as firearms, fire, cigarettes, and alcohol will all be interfered to suit children who are considered children.

Even a small piece like a seat belt is intervened by the editorial department, which avoids children from having a bad habit of wearing a seat belt. Where movies are shown must match the culture of that place. From changing voice voices, Japanese letters are also removed from the movie.

 

Manga and anime series associate with the childhood of every young girl

These are classic Japanese manga, almost every girl has read through they. Hana Yori Dango is the best selling shoujo manga of all time in Japan and is popular in many countries. This manga has been put on screen many times, making the name of many Taiwanese, Japanese, and Korean actors.

Hana Yori Dango

The story revolves around the little girl Makino Tsukushi. She is the poorest at Eitoku Academy and the F4 group consists of 4 handsome, richest boys in the school. Tsukushi confronts F4 several times and then falls in love with leader Tsukasa. Still the tip of the prince – the familiar cork but Hana Yori Dango created an unprecedented high fever, making her Tsukushi beautiful, personality and handsome guys of F4 becoming idols of many girlfriends.

Glass Mask

Glass Mask is a touching story about poor girl Kitajima Maya who always dreamed of acting as a drama actress. Because she was too poor, she left home to teach a drama teacher to Tokyo to fulfill her dream, and proved to her mother not to be useless. The Maya images with passion for burning drama left a deep impression on fans and motivated girls to pursue their dreams.

Egyptian queen

Because of the curse of Egypt descended on the family, Carol Rido – an archeology student was brought back to Egypt in ancient times. With her beauty and talent more than the one who had an affair with the Memphis emperor, Carol became a royal admirer.

The Queen of Egypt attracts a large number of fans thanks to beautiful drawings, romance, intrigue, drama, timeless elements and many historical events. The powerful and imperial Memphis emperor did not take Carol talented, leaving a deep impression on the girls.

Sailor Moon

Sailor Moon is an adventure story, myth, revolves around the journey to destroy the evil that protects the Earth, more broadly to protect the solar system, the galaxy and the universe of the solar system warrior group. Handsome, talented sailors and princes Tuxedo have loved many young women, becoming the childhood memories of a generation.