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Sidooh

Alternative Titles

Japanese: SIDOOH―士道―


Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 25
Chapters: 267
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 6, 2005 to Oct 28, 2010
Genre: Action Action
Themes: Historical Historical, Martial Arts Martial Arts, Samurai Samurai
Demographic: Seinen Seinen
Serialization: Young Jump
Authors: Takahashi, Tsutomu (Story & Art)

Statistics

Score: 7.551 (scored by 26552,655 users)
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Ranked: #25702
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Popularity: #1512
Members: 13,415
Favorites: 115

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Volumes: /25
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Synopsis

During the political upheavals and social strife at the end of the Tokugawa Shogunate in Japan (1855), two parent-less brothers — Yukimura Shoutarou and Yukimura Gentarou — struggle to survive in these turbulent times. The brothers' only possession is their deceased father's sword and they cling onto the wisdom of their mother's final words as they seek to embark on the Path of the Warrior: Sidooh.

(Source: MU)

Characters

Shinsaku, Takasugi
Supporting
Matsudaira, Katamori
Supporting
Iemochi
Supporting
Rugi
Supporting
Inou, Kennosuke
Supporting

Reviews

Jul 22, 2023
Sidooh is a manga I've been waiting to finish, as it's a masterpiece in the work of Tsutomu Takahashi, one of my favorite authors. The plot appealed to me enormously, as I appreciate samurai works, and also everything that makes up the author's bibliography. His very raw style, the way he tells stories and the ideas he uses in his manga ... He's really one of the authors who helped me deepen my knowledge of manga. So I had high expectations of Sidooh, and I might as well tell you that they were truly met. Before even starting the review: you've got to give this ...
Jul 11, 2023
Sidooh at times may seem like a story about the history of Japan and how the samurai age came to end but at it's heart it's just a story about 2 brothers growing up and finding their path in life. It may bore some people with the historical text vomit but it shines everywhere else.

I'm not a fan of huge mucho texto reviews, so just read this if:

a) You love samurai manga
b) You love Takahashi Tsutomu (and his manga too i guess)
c) You like to read a beautiful story with amazing art, characters that you will root for and a fitting ending


Jun 22, 2024
This manga was a blast of a read and I genuinely recommend it to anyone who enjoys seinen samurai manga! Sidooh is your average 'rags to riches' tale of two Yukimura brothers navigating the winding world of 1800s Japan in wake of America's intrusion in to the country. This story was packed with heavy and fluid action and quieter more intimate moments, this series' art carries itself to insane heights and the writing although nothing too special is captivating and tugs at your heart strings, especially in the end. Beautifully illustrated in a unique art style similar to Vagabond, Sidooh is a thrilling read.

I really ...

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