This is a beautiful manga by Arinacchi. It tells the story of a young princess named Sakura, whose grandmother was the mysterious Princess Kaguya, a fighter sent down from the moon to defeat the Youko — a man-eating demon.
Sakura, who is the betrothed to the handsome and skilled prince Oura, has to now fight the Youko, with the legendary sword, “Chizakura”. The sword is only supposed to be wielded by Kaguya herself, so how in the world will it adapt to Sakura?
Our favorite Mangakas! Yay! I will be listing from most fave to least (these pictures don’t belong to me, I linked them to where I got them from on the internet):
1. Arina Tanemura
Just signed up for Twitter (don’t blame me, it’s sealed off in China, and I only signed up for Arinacchi). Decided to dedicate one post about Arinacchi’s cats. ^__^
Anyway, here are some awesome pictures Arina posted on twitter.
This might sound like a strange post, but I hope you understand what I’m getting at by the time you’ve finished reading it. ^__^
Basically, this is imagining that all Arina’s characters are a part of your life and what would you want them to be. E.g. sibling, spouse, etc.
Disclaimer: I do not own these characters or the mangas they come from, and these pictures don’t belong to me either, I got them from the internet and linked them to where I got them from.
Maron Kusakabe from Kamikaze Kaitou Jeanne
When school starts, it’ll be really busy for me and I’ll need a co-author for Shoujo anime/manga to help me keep up with my blog. I refuse to put it down entirely for the school year, who knows what’ll happen if I do that so…
She is a LEGEND.
I dare you to disagree.
Are you a fan of Arinacchi?
Then let’s get quizzing——– about the best mangaka ever!!!!! :D
Btw, I did not create these quizzes, and they do not belong to me. I just happened to stumble upon them. On purpose. o.O
After a 3 hour flight (which I slept through) in the morning and a one hour bus ride from Haneda Airport to Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku, the lady at the reception couldn’t find our reservation and wasted some time before just giving us the room anyway. Then we threw out luggage in the room and left to go to Mandarake (Shibuya).
I am going to quote text from my journal, which I was writing in whenever I had the chance:
“We’re off the plane now, and I’m finding it absolutely hilarious watching them speak such fast Japanese to my completely clueless mother. It’s so cute! It’s so fun to be in a country where you don’t understand the language. I love Tokyo :)” – Maria at Haneda Airport