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Associated Names
7 Mầm Sống
7 Семян
Sebun Shiizu
البذور السبع
セブン シーズ

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Rain Over Paradise
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Latest Release(s)
v.35 c.178 (end) by Yanbang & True Love Translations over 3 years ago
v.35 c.177 by Yanbang & True Love Translations over 3 years ago
v.34 c.176 by Yanbang & True Love Translations over 3 years ago
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35 Volumes (Complete)

Completely Scanlated?

Anime Start/End Chapter
Starts at Vol 1, Chap 1
Ends at Vol 21, Chap 108 (S2)

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7 Seeds by tsubasa22

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User Rating
Average: 8.8 / 10.0 (936 votes)
Bayesian Average: 8.73 / 10.0

Last Updated
July 4th 2022, 1:07am



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Flowers (Shogakukan)
Betsucomi (Shogakukan)

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Greatest manga ever  
by whitespade
July 22nd, 2022, 2:38am
Rating: 9.9  / 10.0
Well, it is very hyperbolic but I'm just so pumped throughout the whole reading, I read this in around 2 days. If you like romance, you will love this, if you like survival, you will love this, if you like adventure, you will love this, if you like well rounded strong characters, you will love this. This manga is perfect for me. But it might not be another person's cup of tea because of the art. How do I say....its a bit hazy and sketchy. It invoke a lot of 'emotions' but not 'reality'.

As I said, the characters are all well rounded and strong. ALL of them. And they are not the same at all in what is their strength or their base character, it's their strength in doing their best to survive. Don't look at our MC initial blunders, she forge head on and that's why I love her.
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It's still an entertaining read!  
by Meauxrgan
June 12th, 2021, 11:29pm
Rating: 8.0  / 10.0
It's good for the most part, except for the the last few chapters where the manga becomes sappy (You get a life lesson! You get a life lesson! Life lessons for everyone!!). Characters that were seemingly more complex at the start, become more generic in the manga's conclusion. In spite of this, the plot, and character dynamics, are still a bold attempt by the mangaka, that succeeds.
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thought provoking aside from the end  
by pier4r
July 31st, 2020, 5:36am
Rating: 8.0  / 10.0
Really nice world settings and moral and philosophical questions through the chapters. Aside from the last 10 or 20, where all it becomes a "oh no, we have more problems of the same type of before" and every time is a rush against the clock that becomes a bit tedious and repetitive.

Charachters that didn't amount to much during the previous 100+ chapters - aside from Natsu that takes like 20 pages to reflect on the fact that now she is improved and finally discovered that her hands have fingers, or that she can breathe or that she can open her eyes and such trivial stuff (in comparison to other characters) - and now they want to preach something important but they way they preach it keeps being pathetic, as they speak from a high horse (like I am doing) without being even able to ride an horse.

If one takes those 10-20 chapters as a side story, the rest is really nice, with a lot of open questions like: what happened to the rest of the shelters? What happened to team winter? How much time passed from the disaster? And so on.
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reading all chapter in two days  
by thinkaboutyou
June 9th, 2020, 9:56pm
Rating: N/A
i'm glad i found this manga after completly translate.. i can't imagine too much cliffhanger just to wait for next chapter.. i hope this manga have sequel..
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One of many masterpieces authored by Tamura Yumi  
by arashi273
April 2nd, 2020, 11:18pm
Rating: 10.0  / 10.0
If you haven't read it, read it until the end of volume 5. If you don't like it, maybe it's not for you.

For many readers, it may be difficult to get the appeal of this manga due to the slow setup and unusual art style. But, once you understand the appeal, you will get hooked.

While the plot is great, the main appeal of this manga is the character development. The author really knows how to portray such a deep emotion of her characters. The emotions range from love, hatred, spite, guilt, fear of inadequacy, loneliness, etc.
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Have Faith in My Review  
by YuriNyanChan
June 19th, 2019, 1:03am
Rating: N/A
7 Seeds is a masterpiece. You might think that this is just another manga about apocalypse and action, but this manga is more than that. This manga is about humanity through and through.

The characters are magnificently portrayed by Tamura Yumi that I dare say they were real people and she wrote this manga based on them. Each of the character has their own equally interesting story, thus the narrative is told from multiple characters' point of view. Some of the characters may be not into your liking, however they will grow as you read, eventually you will find yourself sharing the same sentiment as the characters and you will understand why they behave the way they are. They are relatable. I have to say that the character development is exceptional. However, there is no set main character which might be confusing to some.

About the storyline, I am still in awe by how the mangaka managed to wrote something so complex but at the same time is so simple like this. Everything about this manga is well-planned, as if you were reading a historical book or a documentation of real event. Since this manga is a science-fiction, there is a lot of unbelievable stuff at first, but do not drop the book yet, it will all make perfect sense in the end.

I had hoped the mangaka would speed up the story, yet when I reread the manga I realized that there is no part that could be omitted. Many people complained about the art style, but personally, I do not mind it.

I highly recommend 7 Seeds. This manga is deep but not hard to comprehend, perfect for young adult looking for something to read after work.
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7 Seeds Review  
by BeAsOne
April 10th, 2019, 12:26pm
Rating: N/A
Stupid dialogue (and translation), ugly art (and scans), boring characters, no end in sight.

I've read about 2 volumes of this trash and it does not get any better. If you can stomach all of the above this is a manga that will keep you busy for a while.

Here's a quote to sum up my feelings:
"Why do I need to do this?"
"Shut up and just do it"

This whole ordeal feels rather uninspired and if what is set-up in the second volume true there's nowhere to advance the story to.
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Best Manga I Have Ever Read  
by ArishaSmile
March 31st, 2019, 11:21am
Rating: 10.0  / 10.0
I recommend it highly. The more you read, the more it grips you. It will make you laugh and cry and become more invested in it's characters and their survival than you would have thought possible. Genuinely, this is my favorite series of all time, and the Manga I find myself thinking about the most. I can't wait for the Netflix adaptation of this series coming out in a month from the time of me writing this!
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by firewolf19
October 13th, 2017, 7:30am
Rating: 10.0  / 10.0
I was hesitant to pick this up for a few reasons. I wasn't crazy about Tamura Yumi's art style, I thought it may be too much into the realm of sci-fi for my tastes and I wasn't sure I'd like multiple POVs. Little did I know all the things I thought I wouldn't like about it turned out completely wrong. Firstly, if you're put-off by the artwork, just hang in there. I think Yumi's art gets waaaay better as the series goes on, and I'd some a lot of the men are just downright pretty now!

Secondly, this series has a wonderful blend of action, romance, sci-fi, drama, etc. It's got something for everyone, men and women alike. Romances are usually what draw me into a series, but in this case I'm heavily invested in the plot and the labyrinth of stories that Yumi has magically weaved together. Each character, even minor ones, have some sort of growth or feel fleshed out enough to where you actually care about them (even if you don't necessarily like them). This series wonderfully explores the depth of human relationships and how people grow through experiences.

Lastly, if you pick it up and are immediately put-off by the supposed main character, Natsu, don't be! Natsu is a weak and timid girl who can't think for herself...or at least she starts off that way. Like every other character in this story Natsu grows and now I find her rather endearing. Also, in the second volume you'll find that Natsu isn't the main character at all, she's one of many. Then you'll meet Hana, a feisty tom-boy who is skillful albeit a bit rash in navigating the foreign lands. I've really enjoyed reading multiple POVs in this series and I feel it only adds to the depth and relations of the characters. There are no wasted scenes either. The author does a fantastic job of planning ahead in her story; seemingly meaningless concepts and events that happen early on almost always come back later with great significance.

This is a phenomenal story and I'm sad that it's not completely scanlated yet! There's nothing black and white in 7 Seeds, everyone has the strong points and faults. But you can't help but want them all to survive and succeed in this new world. This series has made me cry several times, but I still love it to pieces. Definitely give it a shot - there's a reason this is an award winning work!
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As expected from the author of Basara  
by XileDragon
July 21st, 2017, 10:04pm
Rating: 10.0  / 10.0
Another masterpiece by the same author as Basara.

Yumi Tamura has a natural talent to bring the audience into her characters, and the multiple protagonist structure of 7 Seeds helps her explore characterization more than ever before. Her stories are never perfect, and there are times where it drops off in terms of quality, but time and time again she is able to create impact moments that truly make us feel the emotions of the characters. Just want to take a moment to say that the team Winter section was one of the most emotionally captivating parts that I have read in any manga... I still have trouble thinking straight when I recall that part.

Just like Basara, 7 Seeds starts out a bit slow, and it took time for me to get into it (perhaps because I am not part of the targeted audience of Josei genre?). But once again, it managed to draw me in after a few volumes and needless to say, it has been quite an adventure. I will refrain from putting this above Basara before we get to the ending, but given the author's track record, I don't expect to be disappointed.

A highly recommended read for all manga fans. For male readers, look past the Josei artwork and tagline, or the shoujo/female centric point of views, and you will be captivated by a storytelling and characterization masterpiece.

... Last updated on July 22nd, 2017, 11:39pm
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