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  • Title: Yukarism, Vol. 1
  • Author: Chika Shiomi
  • ISBN: 9781421575902
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Paperback
  • Yukari Kobayakawa, an accomplished author at the age of 17, writes with amazingly accurate details about historical Japan It turns out he has the ability to travel back in time his past life as a renowned courtesan in the Edo period As he goes back and forth between the past and present, he unravels the karmic relationship he has with his beautiful classmate MahoroYukari Kobayakawa, an accomplished author at the age of 17, writes with amazingly accurate details about historical Japan It turns out he has the ability to travel back in time his past life as a renowned courtesan in the Edo period As he goes back and forth between the past and present, he unravels the karmic relationship he has with his beautiful classmate Mahoro Tachibana

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    1. The concept is sooooo interesting! I really didn't expect that it would be rendered so amazingly (is that even a word?) by the mangaka. Yukari is a 17 year old write of historical novels. Everyone thinks he is a genius but he is only writing about his previous life. Enter Mahoro. A total fan-girl of Yukari's novels. They both land up in the same school and Yukari feels he has met this girl before! Now it shouldn't take much to guess the rest of the plot, except (view spoiler)[ that in his previo [...]

    2. Все-таки прекрасная вещь эта реинкарнация. Люблю читать литературу где поднимается подобная тема, да вот она не всегда годная получается. А тут просто шикоз. Я вдоволь насмеялась, погрустила и полюбовалась рисовкой. Все было на высоте: что драма, что юмор что качество прори [...]

    3. This was very fun to read! Lots of mystery and kept me interested the whole time. Loved how it intertwined two timelines. It was fun to guess who was who and how each character acted in the modern world.

    4. I was asked by my friend to read this graphic novel Fly through read quite funny and was interesting how the character is a male author in modern world one minute then in his sleep he crosses over to old world Japan and wakes up a woman Recommended to all graphic novel/manga fans

    5. It's a cute story and definitely different than the average manga but its has a typical 'time travel' motif. I love the characters and can't wait to read more. I especially like the cross over from present day to Edo period when Yukari is sent back to his past as a courtesan. Shiomi did a good job to make it non-sexist and developed the character to be respectful and emphasize the strength and grace of a Courtesan.

    6. I enjoy it so farThis is only the first volume so I don't have too much to say regarding outlines and character development. But I'm thoroughly enjoying what I've read so far! I'm interested in seeing where the manga artist is going with her characters. Looking forward to Volume 2!

    7. This manga is certainly fascinating. I'm not sold on the characters just yet, but I do like the idea of seeing your past life and being able to interact with it. It does beg the question, though Does what Yukari changes in the past affect the future? Or was the past already accounting for this? Or is this just a dream thing and none of it matters?

    8. At his birth, Yukari was declared to have retained memories of his past life. In the series' present, seventeen-year-old Yukari is a prolific author of books set in the Edo period. He doesn't particularly like writing and he never does any research, but his memories of his past life compel him to write. His lackluster attitude towards writing dismays Mahoro, a student at Yukari's school who happens to be a huge fan of his work. Yukari feels a connection to Mahoro, which he immediately realizes i [...]

    9. This is kind of a weird concept. A seventeen year old kid named Yukari writes historical fiction books set in the Edo period of Japan, and he's super famous, and is of course an orphaned rich kid. One day he meets his biggest fan at school, an overly exciteable beautiful girl named Mahoro. So the twist is that they are both re-incarnated versions of their Edo selves, Yukari being a famous female courtesan and Maharo is her male bodyguard. As soon as Yukari touches Maharo's arm for the first time [...]

    10. This is an interesting first volume for a series I’d never heard of before today. It makes me think of the podcast Another Kingdom where you find yourself split between two worlds.

    11. The setup is fascinating - a modern-day kid is a reincarnation of an Edo-period Oiran. Oh, and he has vague memories of that past life, which he's used to become quite the historical novelist!Then he meets a classmate who suddenly triggers his consciousness to not just have fuzzy dreams of this past life, but to literally move into the past & be in the Oiran's body for short burstsThe art is a bit weak sometimes (the patterns & scene dressing are great, the people look a bit too thin &am [...]

    12. I like the plot of this manga so far but I don't really care about the characters very much. I think the male protagonist might be too cool headed to really sell this story to me.

    13. In SummaryIf you enjoyed the film Memoirs of a Geisha, Yukarism might be up your alley. The mangaka’s done her research, and watching Yukari struggle through Yumurasaki’s motions does illustrate the skill required of a courtesan 200 years ago. The plot is a bit weak in that Yukari acts more like a spectator than a main character, but for now, his curiosity about his past life is enough to maintain my interest in the story.The ReviewYukarism is part time travel story and part historical but d [...]

    14. Teen author Yukari Kobayakawa was born with a birthmark that resembles a sword wound. His books set in the Edo period of Japan are best-sellers; but curiously he never does any research for them. It’s as though that knowledge is his birthright. Yukari’s life goes from odd but low-key to outright bizarre when he meets classmate Mahoro Tachibana, who also has a strange birthmark. Yukari finds himself apparently reliving a previous life as Yumurasaki, a beautiful oiran (high-class courtesan.)Hi [...]

    15. I honestly found this on my recommended pile on my Kindle and so I decided to give it a try but I have no idea what to say about this manga. The artwork is totally different than I'm used to, it almost seems sloppy in comparison to recent manga that's coming out right now. The characters all look bland and not at all appealing, not something that would garner all the attention and hype that's it's supposedly getting. I guess maybe the artwork gets better as the story progresses. I hardly doubt t [...]

    16. More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog surrealtalvi.wordpress/Yukarism is sort of a different animal - not a romance so much as a karmic type of story in which a boy is born remembering a past life. It'll be interesting to see where this goes since our main character is fairly detached from his modern life and so he has been pretty much a cipher through the entire first volume.Story: 17 year old Yukari retains his memories from a past life and has written about life in the Edo period quite exte [...]

    17. It's been a long time since I've read a gender bending romance. It's been a long time since I've read a gender bending romance that it took me backtracking to make sure I have everyone's present and past self accounted for. I truly enjoyed the premise though. It opens as Yukari is this amazing author that has an almost fradulent label due to such an authentic portrayal of the Edo period. Fortunately, for him, he has really lived that period as he discovers Moharo is his jump start to time travel [...]

    18. ~3.5/5I’m already a fan of Shiomi from Rasetsu, so I’m already ready to love this series.Mostly right now, though, I’m intrigued.The entire reincarnation aspect I like, and I enjoy how the characters get a sense when they meet someone. It might seem a bit sudden, but I don’t mind that. Plus, since we get to see both times, I think it works out fine.Yukari is a bit stuck inside his head, oblivious to everyone and thing around him. He’s just now learning about his past as a courtesan, an [...]

    19. I haven't hated a manga this much since Gravitation. The art is ugly, the plot illogical, and the historical accuracy rather iffy as there wasn't much period detail besides "look! It's the Ēdo Period! We have pretty clothes and also spells! And katanas! Everything's better with katanas!" I picked up Yukarism since I am a complete Ēdo Period geek and read anything even tangentially related to the Yoshiwara that crosses my path, but this was just awful and kind of really boringly predictable. Al [...]

    20. Yukari is a famous novelist that writes about the Edo period and was born with a connection to his previous life which also happens to be from the Edo period. When he tries to remember his past life he becomes woozy and feels very nostalgic when he meets certain people because he believes that his past self has a connection to their past lives as well. One day Yukari collapses and is transported back to the Edo period inside the body of his past self, an Oiran named Yuumurasaki.This is a great s [...]

    21. Great start to a series! It's hard to find manga that really feels original anymore, and while the idea of characters recalling and reliving past lives isn't exactly new, Yukarism presents it in an interesting and entertaining way. Although this first volume is a little light-hearted, it seems like it's going to get heavy soon. It's been a long time since I've picked up a new series, but I'm excited to see where this one goes!The art is very beautiful, crossing between modern times and Edo perio [...]

    22. awww yiss, it has been way too long since i got to read a good gender bending storygod bless writers with the sense to think 'if reincarnation is truly a thing why in the name of god would you be limited to the same gender each time'good. you are my friend chika shiomi, i don't care what they say about you and your bizarre choices of romantic conflict in yuraraalso i super hella approve of yukari and his nonchalant approach to gender identity. my comrade! if somehow flung into the body of a prev [...]

    23. This series is amazing so far! I have always enjoyed time traveling stories and manga, but they art work and story line is well done thus far. Rather than going back to the past and remaining there, or coming to the future, the two end up intertwined. The way it goes back and forth reminds me of "Inuyasha" or even" Shinobi Life." Yukari is a man in his present life, but in his past life during the Edo period he is an Oiran (prostitute). It's extremely different than other time traveling manga I [...]

    24. This is a delightful manga about a 17-year-old author who writes convincingly about Japan's Edo period. When he meets the new girl at school, though, he falls asleep and wakes up in Edo--as a female oiran, a celebrated class of prostitute. The new girl is in Edo too, as the oiran's male bodyguard.Love triangles (quadrangles?) ensue, both in Edo and in modern Japan. There's a nice dose of comedy along with the budding romances.

    25. Chika Shiomi's art has changed somewhat from Rasetsu and Yurara, and I don't know if I like the new style yet. The plot twist for Yukarism is interesting, though not entirely new for shoujo. I mean, females reincarnated as males -- Please Save My Earth, anybody? She's one of my favorite manga creators though, so will give future volumes a chance.

    26. I checked out all four volumes of the series of the series and read them back to back. It's nice to read a manga that doesn't get drawn out for 20+ volumes with lots of filler and side-trips from the main plot. And "nice" pretty much sums up this series. It's no great shakes, but it has an engaging protagonist and a few interesting turns in the story. It is slight but satisfying.

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