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


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


Score: 1 (scored by - users)
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Ranked: #130772
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Popularity: #15308
Members: 450
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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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