Ten: Tenhou-doori no Kaidanji
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Ten: Tenhou-doori no Kaidanji

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Japanese: 天 天和通りの快男児

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 18
Chapters: 164
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 1989 to Apr 2002
Genres: DramaDrama, GameGame
Authors: Fukumoto, Nobuyuki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Kindai Mahjong Gold

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Score: 8.251 (scored by 10531,053 users)
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Ranked: #3142
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Popularity: #3603
Members: 3,417
Favorites: 178
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Synopsis

It is 23 years after Akagi Shigeru's deadly battle with Washizu Iwao. Ten Takashi is living his life as a rep mahjong player. A kind person at heart, he also possesses a ingenious talent in mahjong. One day Ten meets Igawa Hiroyuki, a student player who 'plays by logic.' Hiroyuki is overwhelmed at Ten's playing style which involves anything besides logic, and soon becomes one of his close friends.

Being the rep player he is, Ten had to play against some Yakuza. The chance of victory seemed to be on Ten's side, then the yakuza decides to call their secret weapon, a legendary rep player called...

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Jan 3, 2012
kingw0rm (All reviews)
It's hard to write a review of this that isn't biased by the sheer awesomeness of the last 3 volumes. So, part 1 of this review is going to solely cover the first 15 volumes, because realistically, that's the bulk of this manga. Part 2 will talk about the last 3 volumes and the impact they left. (No spoilers) Also, this review is from the perspective of someone who had only a little mahjong knowledge before starting.

Part 1: Review of volumes 1-15 -
Story - 7
The story begins slow. We see a few mahjong matches involving Ten and Hiro that only count as casual encounters compared read more
Jul 14, 2017
Clotion (All reviews)
First off, do NOT read Ten if you know nothing of Mahjong! The rules are almost never explained, and they constantly use Mahjong terms. So either watch a quick 101 video on Mahjong or have Google at the ready to look up some terms.

I would also recommend reading Akagi before reading this, since some characters make a return, tho it's not a necessity.

On to the review then:

The art is probably the first thing you'll notice, it's not the best and gets pretty strange in some parts. For example characters having very strange proportions and the backgrounds being pretty basic to flat out just being white. read more
Aug 13, 2020
Sarron (All reviews)
One of the things you realize when you start playing mahjong in real life is that there is a huge deal of psychology mixed into it. Poker is a tiny mosquito beside the giant that is mahjong in the psychological department. Every call tells something about the player, every way they touch their tiles tells comething about the player, every detail about how they declare riichi tells something about the player. In my opinion, mahjong is a game where personality shines through and those with courage take the reins of the battle and either win or die. This is how this manga, with a very read more

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