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Akatsuki no Fumi

Akatsuki no Fumi

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Synonyms: Daybreak Letters, Inui Miku Tanpenshuu, Shinjitsu no Catharsis, Moero! Otousan, Rasen no Kioku, Asa to Yoru no Tenohira ni, Kimi ni Okuru, Hi no Matoi
Japanese: 暁の文―乾みく短編集


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 7
Status: Finished
Published: Nov 25, 2011
Genres: Drama, Sci-Fi, Josei
Authors: Inui, Miku (Story & Art)
Serialization: Zero-Sum WARD


Score: 7.581 (scored by 1179 users)
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Ranked: #27892
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Popularity: #3330
Members: 1,954
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Volumes: /1
Chapters: /7


1. Akatsuki no Fumi (Daybreak Letters)
2. Shinjitsu no Catharsis (The Catharsis of Truth)
3. Moero! Otousan
4. Rasen no Kioku (Spiral Memories)
5. Asa to Yoru no Tenohira ni
6. Kimi ni Okuru
7. Hi no Matoi (pilot)


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Nov 22, 2009
Living in the shadow of one of our sibling and feeling lonely because of it, is really hard. And this is what this one shot is mostly about.

Akira is an adolescent who suffers from living in the shadow of his father and this, since his childhood.
His father, Takatsuki Minori, is a well-known inventor and people want to get close to Akira only because of his father's popularity. Akira's relation with others only ends up being superficial and there's nobody he could consider as a real friend.

But one day a machine created by his father gone haywire and summons the 16th century samurai, read more
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Nov 29, 2012
Finding a true friend after a lifetime of friendlessness is truly an emotional occurrence, especially if it spans generations.

Unwitting time-traveler and Japanese historical figure Mori Ranmaru forges an unlikely friendship with Akira, who is almost completely friendless (with the exception of his cute robot V-suke!)

The contrast between Akira's sullen, angst-ridden character and Mori's modest elegance shows how friendship can bloom even when you're literally hundreds of years apart.

Most of the story is funny in a cute and enjoyable way. The rising drama near the end of the story is very moving, and it definitely brought me to tears.

It's a good, concise read. The story read more
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