Kyuudou Shikon: Kyoto Sanjuusangen-dou Tooshiya Monogatari
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Kyuudou Shikon: Kyoto Sanjuusangen-dou Tooshiya Monogatari

Alternative Titles

Japanese: 弓道士魂 ~京都三十三間堂通し矢物語~


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Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 5
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 1969 to Apr 1970
Themes: Historical Historical, Martial Arts Martial Arts
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Serialization: Shounen King
Authors: Hirata, Hiroshi (Story & Art)

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Ranked: #159632
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Popularity: #29703
Members: 158
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Synopsis

1606. The city of Kyoto becomes the center of attention when a samurai sets up a peculiar record: making fifty arrows pass through the gallery of a temple. As the record is beaten again and again by talented archers and this challenge becomes the event known as Tooshiya, the feudal lords of the country become desirous to boast with having formed the one archer who will set an unreachable record and hold once and for all the title of the "First under the Sky." When avenging the accidental death of his father, Kanza, a low-rank samurai, becomes sucked into this battle of will, honor and pride, and devotes himself completely to the training for the Tooshiya...

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May 15, 2019
Robinne (All reviews)
Respecting the practice of a noble martial art, surpassing the limits of human being, glorifying your warrior ancestry and honoring your fiefdom, those were all values that the contestants to the toshiya trial at the Sanjusangendo temple had to respect, but what of them in reality? Even if one, by training day and night for years on managed to become “first under the heaven”, he would only gain a meager salary and a short termed glory, and if he didn’t, the only option out was seppuku. Why were so many lives destroyed by this practice and why was so much money wasted only for the read more

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