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Mekakushi no Kuni is the story of high school student Outsuka Kanade who can sometimes see a person's future with a touch, and transfer student Naitou Arou, whose ESP is limited to past events. When Kanade glimpses an unfortunate incident coming, can she change it? She soon befriends Arou, who's no novice. While Kanade’s power is limited to the near future and is somewhat incontrollable, Arou’s is permanent and he can even use it to see an object’s “memories”. Are these teenaged seers of the past and future made for each other? And who's right: Arou with his "hands off" policy about meddling in people's lives, or Kanade whose more proactive stance has already had unhappy consequences?
當現在遇到未來 目隠しの国 Beyond the Blindfold Land of the Blindfolded Vương quốc của những dải băng bịt mắt
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Such a wonderful supernatural romance
I absolutely loved every character, well except Namiki, that douche. Though I will say...
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I felt really bad for him the way his family treated him. He didn't deserve that and then they had the audacity to think that he hated them. If he did, I wouldn't be surprised considering how they treated him and then they were the ones trying to play the victims. At least his mother told him she knew she was a terrible mother. I kinda wish it had shown him get together with that president girl. It was pretty clear they liked each other in the end.
Not enough plot for 9 volumes
Somehow this manga doesn't seem to be character-driven. They are just not memorable enough. And the plot only shines in last volumes. It has it moments but it should be shorter.
A perfect shoujo manga
Mekakushi no Kuni is, in my opinion, the masterpiece of Tsukuba Sakura. It manages to be inspiring and heartwarming and real despite its ESP premise. The characters are moving and experience tragedy and growth, inviting a non-superficial experience for the reader. This manga is one of the few that I can re-read time and time again, and I do--every couple of years since I was 13. It just doesn't get old. It is utterly sweet, utterly heartbreaking, and utterly perfect.
I LOVE IT!~
arou and kanade just make my heart skip a beat I love this series, and I reread it too. The art is adorable and gorgeous. I just can't help but love TSUBAKA SAKURA's art work. This series just makes a smile appear, and i would recommend anyone to read it unless you're a smut fan, haha sorry theres nothing like that in here... It's a very innocent manga and you really feel for the characters. Give it a chance! I'm sure you'll grow to love it
Like *some* of the people out there, I find this manga... well... boring. It has nice people on it and the ESP thing is interesting, but, meh, it's just BORING nevertheless. Maybe, it's not for me lol
If your in the right mindset...then good
Hmmm, I really don't have anything bad to say about this, I reeeallly didn't want to read this manga and have been putting it off for about a year, but after struggling for 2months as to whether I should read this, I gave in.This mangas good buut...I'm just not in the mood for this atm...its tooo slow and I just want something interesting and fastly paced...so imma read this later ....I think :L
Penguin revolution was way better (despite it's ending). This manga was just so boring. Yes, it's "supposedly" touching and what not, but it's just so slow and...well...boring. I could not bring myself to finish this manga. The characters were pretty bland too. There was nothing in particular that drew me into this manga. If you really have nothing else to read, then read this manga, but otherwise I wouldn't recommend it.
Sweet and Plenty Interesting
I love the romantic fantasies, and this is definitely one of the better ones. Occasionally a little slow at first, but it makes up for it by carefully developing the characters and plot in a realistic and interesting way. The romance is sweet but not contrived, sincere and pure without being ridiculous, and it occasionally makes you want to really cry for the characters-but doesn't hit you in the face with overly tragic past after tragic past. And while the main characters have powers, they choose to use and develop them in their own ways, much the way real people would use them or choose not to use them. They don't all have hero complexes and try to save the world; they do the best they can with their own lives and problems, and sometimes we the readers are rewarded with a bit of suspense and a surprising twist or two in the use of the power. Toward the ending it really had me eagerly turning pages, and while I wish there was more after the climax, I was satisfied enough I didn't feel like storming the author's house and giving her an earful in English, like I would like to do with some series authors. The art is also very beautiful and there is a delicate sense of detail in the character's faces and hands.
This manga has its own line of different stories interluded with the main motif of the head story. Even though there are three protagonists, leaving us in a confusion as of which one to get fond of, but anyway it's impossible, they're all wonderful, each of them is carefully continuously being described as the chapters go. As their stories flow, and as they are getting connected with one another, the protagonists come to deal and understand many things about people and their facades and weaknesses, but not only they, us too The art is really witty and also lovely. Recommended !
Also, ch 24 made me weep like a baby, I almost lost all salt from my body. Beautiful and sad at the same time.
... Last updated on April 25th, 2012, 3:39pm
Nothing but "perfect" can describe this manga. I loved everything about it. It was beautiful, unique, and everything I could ever want in a high-school based romance manga. Perfect. And I want to name my son Arou, now. It's such a light, airy, flowy name. Aroou. Too bad it might sound weird with parents named Amanda and Ben. ........... Maybe not though! =D