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Hana no Keiji: Kumo no Kanata ni

Hana no Keiji: Kumo no Kanata ni

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Synonyms: Flowers of Keiji, Keiji's Flowers
Japanese: 花の慶次 ―雲のかなたに―


Type: Manga
Volumes: 18
Chapters: 167
Status: Finished
Published: Nov 14, 1989 to Jul 20, 1993
Authors: Hara, Tetsuo (Art), Ryu, Keiichiro (Story)
Serialization: Shounen Jump (Weekly)


Score: 7.531 (scored by 126 users)
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Ranked: #33452
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During the closing years of the civil war period and uneasy reign of Toyotomi Hideyoshi, when men high and low scramble to follow conventional propriety so that they don't attract undue notice (or death) to themselves, there is one very bizarre individual who is known for his legendarily outlandish and wild personality, physical appearance and behavior. This series traces the dramatic adventures of Keiji Maeda from personal conflicts with his adopted Maeda family, brave combat exploits, travels to the capital, and relationships with famous existing figures such as Iyeyasu Tokugawa, Rikyuu the tea master, and Hideyoshi himself, to experiences with the foreign and Japanese Christian faithful.


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Such an underrated manga. To be honest, I'm not actually fond of samurais or even knew anything about the Warring Kingdoms era (Sengoku era) in Japan. However, this manga actually taught me many things about how the Sengoku Era in Japan was, plus, it has good comedy and manliness!

The story focuses on the life of the legendary Maeda Keiji, our main protagonist. He's a tall, handsome and muscular man with a carefreeing and sometimes childish attitude. However, he is a respected warrior as his strength and mastery in swordsmanship is unequaled. This is the story about the Sengoku Period where factions from all read more


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