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  • Author:
    Fumi Yoshinaga
  • ISBN:
    156970824X
  • ISBN13:
    978-1569708248
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  • Publisher:
    Digital Manga Publishing (March 13, 2007)
  • Pages:
    218 pages
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    Manga
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Fumi Yoshinaga (よしなが ふみ Yoshinaga Fumi, born 1971) is a Japanese manga artist known for her shōjo and . She debuted in 1994 with The Moon and the Sandals, serialized in Hanaoto magazine, but was previously a participant in comic markets.

Fumi Yoshinaga (よしなが ふみ Yoshinaga Fumi, born 1971) is a Japanese manga artist known for her shōjo and shōnen-ai works. Fumi Yoshinaga was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1971. She attended the prestigious Keio University in Tokyo. Of Yoshinaga's many works, several have been licensed internationally. She was also selected and exhibited as one of the "Twenty Major Manga artist Who Contributed to the World of Shōjo Manga (World War II to Present)" for Professor Masami Toku's exhibition, "Shōjo Manga: Girl Power!" at CSU-Chico.

10. the moon and sandals volume 1 (y. Yoshinaga, Fumi. ISBN 10: 156970824X ISBN 13: 9781569708248.

As a newly appointed high school teacher, Ida has yet to gain confidence in his abilities. 10.

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With the schoolyard as a backdrop, Fumi Yoshinaga, creator of "Antique Bakery", "Flower of Life and Solfege", presents "Moon and Sandals" - a feel-good boy's love story and a long awaited manga series! show more. Format Paperback 218 pages.

The Moon and the Sandals (月とサンダル, Tsuki to Sandal) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Fumi Yoshinaga, her debut work. Originally serialized in Hanaoto magazine, the individual chapters were collected and published in two tankōbon volumes by Houbunsha in March 1996 and February 2000, respectively.

The loveable characters of the Moon and Sandals saga begin a new chapter in their lives. Kobayashi and Toyo have both successfully started their careers, Hashizume now heads his own restaurant, and Rikuko is studying to be a doctor. But amidst all this seeming success, old issues still lurk below the surface, waiting to be resolved.

The Moon And Sandals Volume 1 (Yaoi) (v. 1). Fumi Yoshinaga. The book itself was well done, the translation smooth and easy to read and the pages crisp. The artwork is the norm for Fumi Yoshinaga, very expressive faces and a rather sensitive touch

The Moon And Sandals Volume 1 (Yaoi) (v. The artwork is the norm for Fumi Yoshinaga, very expressive faces and a rather sensitive touch. Our couple is Tamiya: the hard working, studious main character, a man of average income amongst wealth and privilege and Tohdou: the son of a politician, flighty and yet steady where Tamiya is concerned. Normally I would find Tohdou, a spoiled, rich kid (used to getting what he wants) annoying, and yet instead I found him to be very likable.

After enjoying the new books by Fumi Yoshinaga, Ooku: The Inner Chambers and All My Darling Daughters . I knew from the imprint that this would involve boys’ love stories, but it’s not at all explicit, more schoolboy romance than yaoi.

After enjoying the new books by Fumi Yoshinaga, Ooku: The Inner Chambers and All My Darling Daughters, I decided to try some of her earlier works. This Juné manga seemed a good place to start. The Moon and the Sandals is a series of six short stories about falling in love, each revolving around a different member of the cast. The book begins with Kobayashi, who has a crush on his young teacher Ida, only the teacher misinterprets Kobayashi’s stares as glaring.

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As a newly appointed high school teacher, Ida has yet to gain confidence in his abilities. His insecurity grows worse when he feels someone intensely staring at him during class. The piercing eyes belong to a tall, intimidating student — Koichi Kobayashi. What exactly should Ida do about it? Is it discontent that fuels Kobayashi's sultry gaze... or could it be something else? With the schoolyard as a backdrop, Fumi Yoshinaga, creator of Antique Bakery, Flower of Life and Solfege, presents Moon and Sandals — a feel-good boy's love story and a long awaited manga series!

Browelali
This was one of my more favorite Yoshinaga works. Even though it may have been her earlier work, it was very well written; it enveloped me in a warm blanket and once I picked it up, I could not stop reading the series until I was finished. I liked it better than her other works which sometimes has semi-rape scenes in it. Anyhow, this is a wonderful series. Anyone would be very happy to read it!
Boyn
I admit to be a Yoshinaga fan and this debut BL story is a great start. I like her art style and excellent storytelling skills.
The description on the cover is deceiving, there is no teacher/student relationship. After the first chapter, the teacher's true love comes back. The teacher is a gentle uke and his lover is a bashful seme. They are a cute couple and we visit them in between stories about the main couple.
The main couple is Narumi who is called "giant" by his lover who is taller then him; and Kobayashi, a boy who doesn't deny he's gay when asked. It is refreshing to read a story about boys and men who are comfortable being gay. Both couples deal with relationship issues unique to being gay. What ever the issue, there is little angst. Yoshinaga's writes slice of life stories that are true to life and funny.
The only sad part is Narumi's sister who was in love with Kobayashi. in the second volume we learn of their fates.
Anayanis
The summary at the back of this manga is totally off key. It describes the start of the story and hints at a teacher student romance but the relationship between Ida (teacher) and Kobayashi (student) never develop to that extent. The story itself is much more captivating.
The storyline is engrossing, the mangaka's thought process amazingly smooth as she does a marvellous job developing both plot and characters. Two couples here. We have Ida and his lover since junior high. This couple has been together for eight years. Theirs is one sweet and warm romance as they take the final step in their relationship and I thought this is so well expressed and pretty touching. Wish their story could have been longer.
The second relationship is that between Kobayashi, who readily acknowledges he is gay, and a self absorbed senior. Theirs is an engaging story, at times humorous, and one just have to love Kobayashi's openness and perseverance as he pursues his senior.
Sex scenes appear towards the last chapter. No explicit graphics but tastefully expressed in simple but effective words. And of course Fumi Yoshinaga's artwork is a distinct class by itself. Looking forward to the continuation of their love in Vol 2.
Уou ll never walk alone
This is one of the author's earlier works and as a result, is less polished than her other books. It's quite evident that her style is still evolving, as there's noticeable differences between the first and final chapters. Moreover, while the characters all display Yoshinaga's trademark wit and wryness, they're not as well defined as in more recent stories. Even Gerard and Jacques, which is straight-out yaoi ( Moon and Sandals is a very tame romance with only mild kissing and implied sex) had more distinctive characterization. Check out Antique Bakery before buying this, if you haven't alreday done so. Note: Antique Bakery , while an excellent sitcom, is NOT YAOI. Check out Gerard and Jacques for boy/boy smex. Buy Moon and Sandals only when you're totally hooked on Yoshinaga's work and want everything she's got ;)

The good thing about this volume is that--like Antique-- it's published by DMP, which has excellent production values (clear art on crisp, bright and thick paper stock) and good translations ( the dialogue is a bit stilted, but still manages to flow naturally)- The same can't be said for G and J, which is published by Blu.