Okitegami Kyouko no Bibouroku
The Memorandum of Kyoko Okitegami
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Okitegami Kyouko no Bibouroku

Alternative Titles

English: The Memorandum of Kyoko Okitegami
Synonyms: The Notebook of Kyouko Okitegami
Japanese: 掟上今日子の備忘録


Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 19
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 6, 2015 to Mar 6, 2017
Genre: Mystery Mystery
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Authors: NISIO, ISIN (Story), Asami, You (Art)


Score: 7.531 (scored by 17871,787 users)
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Ranked: #23912
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Popularity: #2065
Members: 7,099
Favorites: 89

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Twenty-five-year-old Kakushidate Yakusuke suffers from the fate of constantly stumbling into various crime scenes and ending up being the main suspect.

His last resort: Okitegami Kyouko the "Quickest Detective." However, Kyouko suffers from a strange case of amnesia; whenever she falls asleep, she forgets everything that happened the previous day, making her solve the mysteries within one day.


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Sep 20, 2018
kaaos (All reviews)
Okitegami is a wonderful, yet quite short manga that captivated my interest quickly with its intelligent writing and evocative art. It gives a fresh spin to the classical private detective genre with Kyouko's memory-resetting disability, as we uncover the details of her past though the eyes of the protagonist - her unlucky yet gentle assistant Yakusuke. The highlight of the comic is obviously Kyouko, who drives forward the investigations with her sharp intellect, graceful mannerism and commanding aura. The interaction between the two main characters and the progress of their relationship is written really well and complemented with adorable yet very realistic artstyle. Overall, I read more
Jan 24, 2018
Draconix814 (All reviews)
I feel like I didn't give the manga as much credit as I should have the first time I started reading this. Granted, some of it was a misunderstanding, for which I can't entirely wrap my head around, but I feel I should vindicate most previous statements I had said about it.

Though, at the very least, I still maintain that the manga is a watered-down version of its source material, but that doesn't mean you should skip it. I feel the manga is a very nice starting point to the Forgetful Detective series if you just want to feel out what it is.

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