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Sakura Namiki

Sakura Namiki

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Synonyms: The Rows of Cherry Trees
Japanese: さくら並木

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 4
Status: Finished
Published: 1957
Authors: Takahashi, Macoto (Story & Art)
Serialization: None

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Score: 6.791 (scored by 231 users)
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Ranked: #115012
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Popularity: #12668
Members: 473
Favorites: 3
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Synopsis

Takahashi Makoto's The Rows of Cherry Trees is quite old—it's from 1957. It centers around three members of the table tennis club at an all-girl school. The story begins with the school tournament, where Yukiko faces off against first her rival, then her crush.

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More reviewsReviews

Jul 18, 2011
Anomalous (All reviews)
The Rows of Cherry Trees is best described as "delicate". It's a small volume, one filled with an emotional yet elegant love story. In the ping-pong team of one all-girls' school, sweet Yukiko nurse admiration for her "onee-sama" Chikage even when their relationship is threatened. Like many early girls love (and boys love) titles, this isn't a story of romance as we tend to think of it -- full of confessions and dating and sex -- but rather the tale of a passionate love, one that may never bloom into an official relationship but stays strong just the same. Unfortunately, it doesn't have much in read more
Apr 12, 2018
M1ke_89 (All reviews)
Popular belief states that Ribbon no Kishi (1954) by Osamu Tezuka was the first shōjo manga in history. The truth is that being strict this statement is flatly erroneous, and proclaiming it leaves in the forgetfulness the work of some artists who worked in the genre during the pre-war, being the best known Katsuji Matsumoto author of The Mysterious Clover (1934) and the very popular Kurukuru Kurumi-chan, which was in circulation from 1938 to 1940 in the magazine Shōjo no Tomo. And without forgetting Shosuke Kurakane, who during the first years of the postwar period published Anmitsu Hime (1949 - 1955).

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