Mugen Densetsu Takamagahara
Dream Saga
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Mugen Densetsu Takamagahara

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English: Dream Saga
Synonyms: Fairy Tale Legend of Takamagahara
Japanese: 夢幻伝説 タカマガハラ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 27
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 28, 1996 to Apr 30, 1999
Genres: AdventureAdventure, ComedyComedy, FantasyFantasy, ShoujoShoujo
Authors: Tachikawa, Megumi (Story & Art)
Serialization: Nakayoshi


Score: 7.101 (scored by 10321,032 users)
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Ranked: #65022
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Popularity: #5491
Members: 2,056
Favorites: 47
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Yuuki Wakasa may be short-tempered when it comes to other people, especially her troublemaking younger brothers, but she is otherwise a normal fifth-grade student at Kamishiro Elementary School. One day, a small, red bean known as a magatama falls from the dark sky and into her hands. Though tempted to throw it away out of fear, she decides to keep the stone after recalling that it is a bad omen to do such an act, and so she confronts a vision of a strange woman in a magical mirror known as the Shinjyukyou later that night.

The woman warns Yuuki that her world is in danger and explains that recent occurrences of strange, dark weather came forth due to the disappearance of Amaterasu, the sun goddess. Chosen as the "Horizon Girl," Yuuki must now travel to the dream world with her new magatama and find the four other magatama bearers—the Amatsukami. Will Yuuki and the Amatsukami be able to save Amaterasu before the sun in both the spiritual world and their own disappears forever?

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Mugen Densetsu Takamagahara was published in English as Dream Saga by Tokyopop from August 1, 2004 to August 1, 2005.


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Mar 7, 2020
intotheheart (All reviews)
This was a pretty intense manga. I liked it enough to write a review and believe it to be underrated (~1000 reads by the time of this, no reviews? Come on, MAL!).

It's got the standard shoujo manga of the '90s art style which I won't go into detail too much about. Characters are all kinda fun and likeable. They even have relationships that are entertaining, and change with time.

The shell of the plot is that our protagonist can move between two worlds and needs to find a way to save both. Fairly standard, yes, but the execution is what makes it fulfilling. It's not read more

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