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ザダイアリーオブオチビThe Diary of Ochibi

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The Diary of Ochibi


  • 495円/450pts
    “Perhaps I'm smaller than I think as well" The Diary of Ochibi portrays the natural beauties of Japan through the four seasons, delicately drawn by manga creator Moyoco Anno using both pochoir and watercolor techniques. In addition to the main story, this volume contains one bonus episode of Monochrome Ochibi.
  • 495円/450pts
    “Perhaps I'm smaller than I think as well" Volume 8 of The Diary of Ochibi is full of good cheer. For the first time, Ochibi ventures out of his hometown Kamakura and meets new friends! The Diary of Ochibi portrays the natural beauties of Japan through the four seasons, delicately drawn by manga creator Moyoco Anno using both pochoir and watercolor techniques. In addition to the main story, this volume contains two bonus episodes of Monochrome Ochibi.
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    Ochibi and his friends are back in the seventh installation of The Diary of Ochibi! Volume 7 continues to follow Ochibi and his friends throughout the four seasons as they stumble upon tiny encounters in their daily lives. What color does snow turn when it is covered with shadow? Have you ever tried to count how many raindrops there are? Everyday is filled with new unknowns, and by changing your perspective ever so slightly you can make new discoveries. Artist Moyoco Anno's simplistic, yet colorful style immerses the reader in the childhood innocence of Ochibi and his friends. Volume 7 also contains four bonus mangas, “Akame, Who Came From the Moon", “Shiroppoi and the Mushroom Forest", “Pankui's Battle", and “Grandpa and Jack".
  • 330円/300pts
    From Moyoco Anno, the artist of Hataraki-Man, Sugar Sugar Rune, Sakuran, and other works, comes The Diary of Ochibi. Drawn in gorgeous full color by way of a poichoir-like process, this volume includes episodes serialized in Asahi Shimbun's morning edition, three newly-written stories, and the illustration collection Ochibi-san's Tarot. Enjoying the scent of early fall in the sunflowers on a late-summer night, listening to the “ploink" of a raindrop falling on one's head, heading out with one's friends to play in a typhoon - friendships are formed out of fleeting experiences. In Kamakura's Mametsubu-cho, Ochibi-san, Nazeni, and Pankui watch the changing of the seasons, listening for the small, extraordinary moments in ordinary, everyday life.
  • 330円/300pts
    “Even if I could get him to laugh, I couldn't erase the tears he shed." Ochibi and his friends know how to enjoy small, everyday phenomena - the blooming of the first spring flower, or the falling of the first maple leaf. Even though sad, lonely times come and go, they know that their friends will always be there to help them along. The Diary of Ochibi reveals the important moments that hide around every turn in our lives. Vol. 5 introduces the first arc-length stories featuring Ochibi-san and his friends: Pankui's Kindness , Bagworm Ochibi's Diary, and Christmas in Mametsubu-cho.
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    "No matter what time you go, it's never really too late. When you don't know what to do, you just need to head out." In the historic Kamakura's cozy and quirky Mametsubu-cho, Ochibi-san and his friends float through the year with the seasons. The turn of each page brings a new surprise, happy or thoughtful. No matter where you start reading from - the first page of the first volume, or right in the middle - a captivating and heartwarming story awaits.
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    In the same drowsy Mametsubu-cho where Ochibi learns how to sleep in a peapod and Gramps learns how to enjoy Children's Day again, fervor abounds! Is Ochibi preparing to run away from home? Is Pankui in danger of hydrangea poisoning?! Moyoco Anno illustrates the dramas, delights, and surprises of each of Japan's four seasons with a soft touch and vivid color that will dazzle any reader.
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    The daily lives of Ochibi and his friends are filled with delight, but are not without sadness and contemplation. With a soft touch and sense of dazzling emotional color, Moyoco Anno's work reminds us to think of and be thankful for the small things in our lives.
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    【オチビサン1巻、英語版】 "Even if I can make you smile, I can't erase the tears you've cried." In Mametsubu-cho, a little town somewhere in Japan's ancient capital of Kamakura, the cheerful Ochibi lives a free and easy life. Together with his friends - the dog Nazeni, the mischievous cat Jack, and the ever-hungry pooch Pankui - he welcomes new discoveries and acquaintances that come with the changing seasons. The spring brings flowers and greenery; the summer, chances to swim in the cool sea. With autumn come the fiery red maples, and winter brings hot and hearty meals. These events and shifts of season are drawn with a soft and tender touch, bringing out the warmth in the details of everyday life.