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Asamiya-san no Imouto

Asamiya-san no Imouto

Alternative Titles

English: Sister of Ms. Asamiya
Japanese: 麻宮さんの妹

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 22
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 24, 2010 to Nov 24, 2012
Authors: Asano (Story & Art)

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Score: 6.451 (scored by 401 users)
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Ranked: #142922
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Popularity: #6915
Members: 1,215
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Synopsis

Asamiya Aoi is a mysterious, innocent-seeming young girl who is traveling through a futuristic land with the help of her father's sketchbook. While she may seem naive, she can be surprisingly tough and resourceful. One day, Aoi encounters a young woman named Kyoko. She shares her travel plans with Kyoko and shows her the sketchbook. Kyoko can't believe her eyes! The sketchbook is more like research notes than casual sketches, and it is full of accurate maps and information that she could use to make loads of money. With the original plan of finding a chance to steal the sketchbook, Kyoko feigns concern over Aoi and joins her on her travels. As the two girls encounter and affect the lives of various people on their journey, will Kyoko be able to learn more about this unusual young girl?

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Feb 21, 2018
Haikaka (All reviews)
Somewhat underrated.

IN A FEW WORDS
Travel, post-apocalyptic, soft mecha, optimistic, and a plot that encompass the Earth.
A good start, but a last volume that feels rushed.


REAL REVIEW (please do not think that a few words are enough for you, you deserve better, so read it!)

After reading this, I came to think that Science Fiction might really be my favourite genre. I have yet to be disappointed by a work whose setting is a futuristic or post-apocalyptic world.


This manga in particular has many upsides. First, it is based on a post-apocalyptic civilisation, and yet optimism in mankind is shown all along. There isn't much devastation, so some read more

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