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Kiseki no Ringo: "Zettai Fukanou" wo Kutsugaeshita Nouka Kimura Akinori no Kiroku

Kiseki no Ringo:

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Japanese: 奇跡のリンゴ 「絶対不可能」を覆した農家 木村秋則の記録

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Finished
Published: May 24, 2013
Authors: Fujikawa, Tsutomu (Art), Ishikawa, Takuji (Story)
Serialization: None

Statistics

Score: 6.801 (scored by 5 users)
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Ranked: #249452
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Popularity: #39751
Members: 9
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Synopsis

Even though he grew up in a farm, Akinori Kimura never wanted to become a farmer. But after his wedding, he ended up taking over his father's lands. His daily life will be turned upside down when he discovers that his wife is allergic to pesticides. Akinori decides to do the impossible at the time: grow his apples naturally. During ten years of his life Akinori will never give up.

(Source: Translated from French sypnosis)

Background

Kiseki no Ringo is based on the book about the true story of Akinori Akimura written by Takuji Ishikawa. Kimura is now considered as one of the pioneers in biological agriculture and participated to TED conferences in the end of 2013. His life was also declined in a film by the same title.

This manga was published in French as Les pommes miracles by Akata editions.

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Dayka5
Feb 7, 2016
Kiseki no ringo is one of these mangas that when you finish reading, you feel refreshed, and an urge to eat apples.

Story: 9

The story was quite memorable; mangas about anti-pesticide agriculture aren't all that common. But the subject of the story isn't the only thing that feels unique: it also feels real and nostalgic, as it was based on a real story. The transaction from biography to manga was done really well, although there are some unexplained time skips, and that is why I didn't give it a ten.

Art: 9

The way the characters are drawn in this story is very simplish, which makes it more read more
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