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Yakumotatsu

Yakumotatsu

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Eight Clouds Rising, Hidari no Kei, Yakumo Tatsu
Japanese: 八雲立つ

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 19
Chapters: 80
Status: Finished
Published: May 23, 1992 to Jul 24, 2002
Authors: Itsuki, Natsumi (Story & Art)
Serialization: LaLa

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Score: 7.431 (scored by 84 users)
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Ranked: #43092
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Popularity: #13863
Members: 405
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Synopsis

Kuraki Fuzuchi is a quiet young man who has immense psychic powers and sword skills. He later meets Takeo Nanachi, a college student with similar latent powers. The story opens with Nanachi traveling to a small shrine in the mountains for a festival that only occurs every 49 years, in order to purify his (now deceased) grandfather's sword. There he meets Kuraki and later accidentally stumbles upon Kuraki's initiation ritual as a Shaman. From there on, their lives are inexplicitly intertwined as they encounter various ghosts, spirits, demons, and other characters with supernatural powers while the author also provides a parallel running story depicting their previous life.

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Volume 7: Hidari no Kei

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Yakumo Tatsu follows Nanachi, a 21 year-old university student, who goes on a trip with his seniors to Izumo village. Why Izumo? Well, because the leader of this expedition wants to gather info for his new play with the theme of ancient Japan. But what they find there are suspicious villagers who want to kick them out, a teenager with hormonal mood-swings, closed-door witchcraft and-
RITUAL MURDER! Dumdumdah!

First of all, the art was mainstream. No details, a little lack of consistency and disproportionate mumbo-jumbo. It wasn't the shoujo sparkly-sparkle, big round lava-lamp eyes with omnipresent flower backgrounds, type of mainstream; it was the I’m-too-lazy-and-inartistic-to-have-stylised-illustrations type. Not read more

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