Takarakuji de 40-oku Atattanda kedo Isekai ni Ijuusuru
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Takarakuji de 40-oku Atattanda kedo Isekai ni Ijuusuru

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Synonyms: I Won 4 Billion in a Lottery But I Went to Another World
Japanese: 宝くじで40億当たったんだけど異世界に移住する


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Nov 19, 2016 to ?
Genres: FantasyFantasy
Authors: Suzunoki, Kuro (Story), Imai, Mujii (Art)
Serialization: ComicWalker


Score: 7.031 (scored by 19641,964 users)
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Ranked: #73472
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Popularity: #1890
Members: 6,990
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Kazura bought a lottery on a whim and won 4 billion yen.

To evade the hyenas that smelled the scent of his money, Kazura took refuge on an old residence that had been handed down from generation to generation.

When Kazura was investigating the place that would become his shelter, he stumbled on a certain room where it was possible to go into and back from another world.

The culture and technology level of that world was relatively low. The protagonist sometimes brought goods, sometimes brought technological knowledge.

At that world, he would find his true value as a person.

(Source: MU)


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Jun 3, 2020
Kaedrik (All reviews)
While Isekai's are all but overdone in the manga/anime community, I too am a big sucker of them.

However, instead of being reincarnated or transported to a fantasy world, this one takes a different approach; one very similar to "GATE." However, it takes more of a slice-of-life approach to traveling between worlds and slowly breaks down just how vastly different our modern society is in comparison to these "medieval fantasy worlds." This take on it is interesting, fairly educational, and rather refreshing for the genre. The characters themselves aren't SUPER remarkable, but amusing and have enough depth (and a little romance) to drive the story read more

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