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Voynich Hotel

Voynich Hotel

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Voinichi Hoteru, The Voynich Hotel, Vovnich Hotel
Japanese: ヴォイニッチホテル

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 68
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 17, 2006 to Mar 17, 2015
Authors: Dowman, Sayman (Story & Art)
Serialization: Young Champion Retsu

Statistics

Score: 8.241 (scored by 4328 users)
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Ranked: #4342
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Popularity: #580
Members: 10,764
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Volumes: /3
Chapters: /68
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Synopsis

Welcome to the Voynich Hotel, a rundown resort located on an all but deserted island in the South Pacific. Owned by former Mexican wrestler Kandre Umeda, the hotel is maintained by two mysterious maids, Elena and Beluna, as well as a homicidal chef named Amelia.

Kuzuki Taizou, a Japanese tourist, comes to stay at the hotel to escape from his dark past. Soon he discovers that the strange occupants and happenings of the island are even more abnormal than what he is used to. Taizou quickly becomes embroiled in the spiderweb of affairs on the island, growing close to many of the residents and helping them out, though often causing even more problems for himself. But when Taizou's past comes to the island to haunt him, his new friends jump to his aid.

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Characters

Snark
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Alice
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Umeda, Kandre
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More reviewsReviews

May 24, 2015
XanWasting (All reviews)
What an unappealing synopsis.
here you were browsing through the MAL, looking for something fun to read, and by accident you opened this title.
plot based on several characters? story about an island? what the heck, why would anybody read this?
I won't argue, this is indeed what this manga is about. but by no means is it bad.
I could write about the art so great it looks like it was created solely for the purpose of this story.
I could tell you that the characters are so vibrant and charismatic you can't decide who's the main cast, and frankly, you don't care because all of read more
Jan 12, 2017
czxcjx (All reviews)
Sayman Dowman is an extremely interesting creator for two reasons. Firstly is his distinct art style which reminds one of Kouji Kumeta in its poppy sorta-minimalism. Secondly is his story-telling method of stringing together 'short-short' chapters and making sure each chapter resolves as its own small joke although still telling an over-arching story.

And also there's that whole 'quirky humor' aspect.

This storytelling tradition isn't really new in Japan though. Hoshi Shinichi and Yasutaka Tsuitsui are examples of writers who focused on making short stories that told an interesting set-up and bizarre twist in a few short pages. There's also Kawabata's famous 'palm of the hand stories'. read more
May 6, 2013
Foxmeister (All reviews)
Preliminary
Ahh the world of Voynich Hotel, Or Vovnich Hotel depending on your spelling (now referred to as VH).
This is probably one of my favorite manga currently running at the time of writing and the other one is the esteemed Kaichou Wa Maid Sama, but this isn't a Maid Sama review...
This is a VOYNICH HOTEL review, as emphasised by the capital letters and the fact that this indeed resides in the review section for that manga

So let us begin the review in generic format of each category, because that doesn't happen enough nowadays



As you can see i wasn't kidding with the format, so if my inherent read more
Apr 9, 2011
Salsk (All reviews)
Preliminary
Hotel Voynich is a story about the titular hotel, the island it's located on and its inhabitants. The story follows a bunch of different characters, ranging from a trio of female drug dealers, competing assassins, a suicidal chef and the hotel manager who supposedly bested Chuck Norris in combat. The main focus rests on a Japanese guy named Taizou though, a man with a past. As you may have noticed, the cast is pretty colorful, and combined with the varying points of view it conveys the basic set-up for a slice-of-life. At least I thought it was a slice-of-life at first, albeit a quirky one. read more

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