1 edition of Ōoku found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Ōoku :|
|Statement||by Fumi Yoshinaga ; [translation & adaptation, Akemi Wegmüller ; touch-up art & lettering, Monlisa De Asis]|
|Contributions||Wegmüller, Akemi, Asis, Monalisa J. de|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
Ōoku: The Inner Chambers and it feels like I'm reading a dramatized version of a history book. There are SO many different characters with names I cannot remember that I have become lost in this manga. There's Mizuno, O-tama, O-man?, Fuke-u? (lol for real), and bunch of random names!!! What's worse is that many of these people have. By Fumi Yoshinaga pages, black and white Published by Viz. If you’re like me, a book called Ōoku: The Inner Chambers might make you think that perhaps an Ōoku is some huge slavering monster that lives in the depths of a cave. And like me, you would be utterly wrong. In Japan’s Edo Castle, the Ōoku was where the women who were attached to the current Shogun lived; aside from the.
Fumi Yoshinaga 's Ōoku: The Inner Chambers presents an alternative version of Japan ’s history. In the s, a strange disease, called the Redface Pox, begins to kill young men and boys and causes the male population to fall to about one-fourth of the female eventually become protected as precious “seed bearers,” and women take on the roles traditionally held by men. Tokugawa Kaiten Meikyū - Ōoku/Exploration Quest/Level 4.
Directed by Tôru Hayashi. With Yukie Nakama, Hidetoshi Nishijima, Yûko Asano, Yumi Asô. Nothings more tragically mesmerizing than scandal behind castle walls amongst power-hungry, back-stabbing, sex-starved wives and concubines. Ooku also known as Oh-Oku: The Women of the Inner Palace is set during the short reign of the popular historical Japanese child-shogun, Tokugawa /10(). The Limited Time Event ｢Tokugawa Kaiten Labyrinth: Ooku｣ will be held! In order to deal with the unknown attacks from the outside, the Master immediately rayshifts to the singularity causing it. The stage is set in the great interior of the Edo Castle which was .
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Ōoku: The Inner Chambers (大奥, Ōoku) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Fumi plot follows an alternate history of early modern Japan in which an unknown disease kills most of the male population, leading to a matriarchal society in which the Ōoku becomes a harem of men serving the now female shōgun.
The manga has been serialized in Hakusensha's josei English publisher: ᴺᴀ Viz Media. Buy a cheap copy of Ōoku: The Inner Chambers, Volume 2 book by Fumi Yoshinaga. In this 17th Century Japan the Shogun is a woman and the harem is full of men. R to L (Japanese Style).
Curious about why female lords must take on male names, Free shipping over $/5(2). 21 rows Ōoku book Ōoku was built inside the Honmaru enceinte of Edo Castle in by Tokugawa.
The Ōoku: The Inner Chambers / 大奥 book series by multiple authors includes books Ōoku: The Inner Chambers, Volume Ōoku book, Ōoku: The Inner Chambers, Volume 2, Ōoku: The Inner Chambers, Volume 3, and several more. See the complete Ōoku: The Inner Chambers / 大奥 series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles.
Get this from a library. Ōoku. [Fumi Yoshinaga] ISBN: X. Ōoku Vol. the Inner Chambers (Book): Yoshinaga, Fumi: "In Edo period Japan, a strange new disease called the Redface Pox has begun to prey on the country's men.
Within eighty years of the first outbreak, the male population has fallen by seventy-five percent. Women have taken on all the roles traditionally granted to men, even that of the shogun.
The book’s main contribution to the scholarly literature is the wealth of information it reveals about the distinctive nature of the Ōoku, the changes in the structure and role of these quarters over time, and the details it offers [End Page ] about the lives of many of the notable and occasionally infamous women who comprised the Ōoku.
Click to read more about Ōoku: The Inner Chambers, Vol. 1 by Fumi Yoshinaga. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers4/5(24). Ōoku Vol. the Inner Chambers (Book): Yoshinaga, Fumi: "With the death of her monstrous father, Iesada is finally assured that she can have a consort who will survive life in the Inner Chambers.
And she is delighted that the new spouse chosen for her is intelligent, kind and considerate of her past trauma. But the consort taneatsu comes to the court with a past of his own-- and an.
Ōoku Ōoku, Book The Inner Chambers. Vol. 16 by Yoshinaga, Fumi. 5 out of 5 stars. Book - | Viz signature edition. YOS V Available. Ōoku: The Inner Chambers. likes. Ōoku: The Inner Chambers is an ongoing Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Fumi Yoshinaga. The plot. Ōoku is a work of alt-history.
It posits a Japan that never happened** and traverses eighty years of would-bes. It posits a Japan that never happened** and traverses eighty years of would-bes. Taking a page from Y: The Last Man, author Fumi Yoshinaga oppresses 17th-century Japan with a plague, called the redface pox, that decimates the male.
Ōoku is an ongoing series that Yoshinaga first stared publishing in So far, two of the series’ five volumes have been released in America, and Viz Media has put an extraordinary deal of effort into their publication of the title, making sure that the books themselves are as elegant as their subject matter.
"One of the least understood and often maligned aspects of the Tokugawa Shogunate is the Ooku, or 'Great Interior,' the institution within the shogun's palace, administered by and for the upper-class shogunal women and their attendants who resided there.
Long the object of titillation and a favorite subject for off-the-wall fantasy in historical TV and film dramas, the actual daily life. Get this from a library.
Ōoku: the inner chambers. Vol. [Fumi Yoshinaga; Akemi Wegmüller; Monalisa J de Asis] -- In Eisner-nominated Fumi Yoshinagas alternative history of Edo-era Japan, the men of Japan are dying out, and the women have taken up the reigns of power.
Archaic Picture Book Lvl 31, HP: Archaic Textbook Lvl 32, HP Battle 2/3 Archaic Picture Book Lvl 37, HP: Lady Kasuga's Ōoku. Ōoku: The Inner Chambers Graphic Novel Volume 16 is as good as Vol. 15, which was a fantastic entry in this series.
Vol. 16 offers a heart-breaking and galling tale of a girl basically banished from her family for the same “imperfection” her younger brother would later have, although he was not at all marginalized for it.
It’s a good gateway book, too, so if you haven’t yet tried any manga, here’s a great place to start. And fortunately, it really is just the beginning. There are currently seven volumes of Ōoku available in the U.S., with more to come. If they all live up to the promise of the first, it should be quite the enthralling epic.Ōoku: The Secret World of the Shogun's Women This thoroughly researched book provides an intimate look at the lives of the elite female residents of the shogun's elaborate compound.
Drawing information from contemporary diaries and other private memoirs, as well as official records, the book’s detailed descriptions enable us to visualize.The Sudoku Book for Kids, Author: Sam Griffiths-Jones, Published by: Harriman House Publishing, Sudoku puzzles: The Giant Book of Sudoku Presented by Will Shortz, Author: Will Shortz, Published by: St.
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