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Reincarnated Into a Vending Machine (Novel)  
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Description
He, who was an authentic Vending Machine maniac, died from a traffic accident while protecting a vending machine. He, who had expected that his life was finished, woke up in a lake shore surrounded by abundant nature. He didn’t understand what had happened to himself. He only knew that he had become a vending machine. Alone in the labyrinth of another world… As he wanders alone, he meets a lone girl who causes the story to change.

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Novel

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Associated Names
自動販売機に生まれ変わった俺は迷宮を彷徨う
I was Reborn as a Vending Machine, Wandering in the Dungeon (Novel)
Jidou Hanbaiki ni Umarekawatta Ore wa Meikyuu wo Samayou (Novel)

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Latest Release(s)
c.50 by Hon'yaku (112d ago)
c.49 by Hon'yaku (147d ago)
c.48 by Hon'yaku (185d ago)
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Status in Country of Origin
3 Volumes (Ongoing)

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Average: 8.5 / 10.0 (9 votes)
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September 23rd 2017, 2:20pm PST


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Year
2016

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Weekly Pos #726 increased(+183)
Monthly Pos #1507 increased(+391)
3 Month Pos #2630 decreased(-2344)
6 Month Pos #451 increased(+308)

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On 44 reading lists
On 34 wish lists
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Sets out to do one thing, and does that thing competently and resolutely   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by naeddyr
December 30th, 2016, 12:12pm
Don't let the title fool you: it describes what happens in the story perfectly! This is a story about a vending machine reincarnation set in a dungeon-fantasy world, and it keeps to its promise whole-heartedly and steadfastly, holding onto the title of greatest vending machine reincarnation fantasy of all time like a jealous and unmerciful king.

Reading this story has left me in awe and not a tiny amount of disbelief regarding vending machines in Japan. I can't tell what might be just made up for this story, and what is real anymore. If true, Japan's vending machines are a culture of their own, an alien existence somehow transplanted into the technoscape of Earth by some kind of mischievous alien box deity.

The writing is competent, the characters are there, there is plenty of humour and the elevator pitch twist reincarnation is present every step of the way. Our MC faces adversity, adventure, fun times and dangerous times, all with some kind of actual pacing going on. I wouldn't be surprised if the author was an LN veteran doing a fun little parody side-project for a while. The vending machine can't even offer potions! That is just unimaginable!

Only a few places feel a bit boring, but the story moves on and changes all the time. No grinding, no repetition, no quests and very few stats, all competently written for an LN and readable. If you're looking for a light palate cleanser to remind you that isekai still has hope, check it out.

This is the story of the most OP vending machine in the history of vending machines. And that's a promise.
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