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Magi no Okurimono

Magi no Okurimono

Alternative Titles

English: The Gift of the Magi
Japanese: マギの贈り物


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 6
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 23, 2014 to Dec 24, 2014
Authors: Yoshizuki, Kumichi (Story & Art)
Serialization: Grand Jump Premium


Score: 7.661 (scored by 2275 users)
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Ranked: #24742
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #2203
Members: 4,588
Favorites: 59
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The story revolves around Daichi, a 24-year-old man whose girlfriend has died, and Akari, his girlfriend who is now in heaven. Akari wants Daichi to forget her, but Daichi doesn't want to forget.

(Source: ANN)


Magi no Okurimono was published in Polish as Dar trzech króli by Waneko on June 26, 2017.


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Aug 4, 2015
SNaG21 (All reviews)
*There are no spoilers in this review. Any plot I describe will be laid out in the first chapter. This can also be used to convince you to read the manga.*

Often, when people think of a somber romance stories in anime or manga, they would turn to the critically acclaimed Watashitachi no Shiawase na Jikan and the popular but divisive Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso. These stories may not have touched the hearts of you specifically, but they wrenched the emotions of many, with great success. To my esteemed pleasure, I must say that Magi no Okurimono is of the same quality, and practically perfect. read more
Nov 3, 2017
jorgetalaga (All reviews)
This is my first review from a manga...

Magi no Okurimono is one of the shortest mangas i've read but it's not necessarily bad, in such a short time I felt in love with the story and all the feelings shared by the protagonists. The idea of ​​a couple separated by fate works quite well, also the history presents different flashbacks about how Daichi and Akari met, allowing each episode to feel more empathy for both protagonists.

The art is pretty good in the most dramatic scenes


Akari is passionate about the stars while Daichi does it for the rocks, and between them a fairly uneven relationship is read more
Dec 1, 2016
Bombdiggitylodon (All reviews)
This is a spoiler free review of Magi no Okurimono.
In short this manga is about someone who lost the person that they loved. That premise alone is nothing new but it adds a very interesting take on that by giving you not only the perspective of the main character but also the woman he lost watching over him from heaven. The author does a good job of peppering in a bit of symbolism as well as making the story interesting in a very short amount of chapters.

The art is well done. It is not the greatest art I've ever seen in a manga but it read more
Jul 4, 2018
LukeyP123 (All reviews)
"Magi no Okurimono is heartbreaking, to put it simply. Heartbreak is the most appropriate word to describe my experience. Its highs were bitter sweet, while its lows were soul sucking. This manga made its readers bleed with empathy through its effective creation of genuine characters. However, the story structure and some plot points held Magi no Okurimono back from being truly exceptional."

"Magi no Okurimono is an example of how great storytelling will always trump length. You don’t need a 300+ manga to feel engrossed, captivated, invested. All you need are simple characters, whose inherent humanness captivates you alone. They don’t have all the answers to read more


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