Review of: Kino No Tabi

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Kino No Tabi

Anime Informationen. Anime: Kino's Journey. Japanisch Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World. キノの旅 -The. Kino's Journey [Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World] - Top 50 Anime Blog. Kino no Tabi Volume 1: Book one of THE BEAUTIFUL WORLD (Pop Fiction) | Keiichi Sigsawa, Kouhaku Kuroboshi | ISBN: | Kostenloser.

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Nov 6, - View and download this x Kino (Kino no Tabi) image with 17 favorites, or browse the gallery. - Kino [Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World] & Chito [Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou]. Kinos Reise ist eine Light-Novel-Reihe des japanischen Autors Keiichi Sigsawa und dem Illustrator Kōhaku Kuroboshi. Die Reihe wurde auch als Anime-Fernsehserie, Kinofilm, Hörspielserie und Videospiel umgesetzt.

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Interessante Idee, jedoch nicht völlig gelungen umgesetzt. Hexenbrett Wie dem auch sei, trotz der eher schlechten Hauptcharakter Vorstellung, fasziniert die Serie ungemein durch die "Wie Sister Fucking es wenn" Geschichten um die verschiedenen Länder und deren Still, so das man sich meist am Ende jeder Episode sich seine Rambo 5 drüber macht. How funny it is that the one thing everyone strives for is perfection, yet we all agree that a perfect world is impossible. Kino selber sieht sich in einer beobachtenden Rolle, aus welcher sie aber auch Sich Nicht Alles Gefallen Lassen Beziehung rausgeht.

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Obwohl eher wenig auf ihren Charakter eingegangen wird, trägt ihre Persönlichkeit viel zum Anime bei. Kinos Reise ist eine Light-Novel-Reihe des japanischen Autors Keiichi Sigsawa und dem Illustrator Kōhaku Kuroboshi. Die Reihe wurde auch als Anime-Fernsehserie, Kinofilm, Hörspielserie und Videospiel umgesetzt. Kinos Reise (japanisch キノの旅 Kino no Tabi) ist eine Light-Novel-Reihe des japanischen Autors Keiichi Sigsawa und dem Illustrator Kōhaku Kuroboshi. Anime Informationen. Anime: Kino's Journey. Japanisch Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World. キノの旅 -The. Kino no Tabi Volume 1: Book one of THE BEAUTIFUL WORLD (Pop Fiction) | Keiichi Sigsawa, Kouhaku Kuroboshi | ISBN: | Kostenloser. 10/19/ · Synopsis. Waking up from a nap, Kino is relieved to see that a certain tower from afar is still proudly standing. Located in the heart of the Tower Country, the immensely tall tower stretches high into the sky, reaching seemingly infinite heights. The tower looks like something out of a dream, but the breathtaking construction is unmistakably real/10(K). 7/10/ · When I first watched Tabi no Kino the anime, I was moved to tears more than once. It is a poignant series that while disjointed on some level, still conveys a great depth of feeling and an insatiable need to know on the part of the protagonist/5. Destination is a state of mind. A tale of a person and a bike and the road ahead. Kino wanders around the world on the back of Hermes - an unusual, talking, anthropomorphic motorcycle - only staying in each country for three days. During their adventures, they find happiness, sadness, pain, decadence, violence, beauty, and wisdom. But through it all, they never lose their sense of freedom.
Kino No Tabi Kino is the main character of Kino no Tabi (Kino's Journey). Kino standing guard over Hermes. Kino is an excellent marksman with amazing speed, agility, and accuracy. They initially traveled with a revolver persuader "Canon" which takes six caliber bullets that they used solely for the execution or maiming of other humans or hunting. Kino no Tabi (キノの旅 -the Beautiful World- Kino's Journey) is a Japanese light novel series written by Keiichi Sigsawa, with illustrations by Kōhaku Kuroboshi. The series originally started serialization in volume five of MediaWorks' now-defunct light novel magazine Dengeki hp on March 17, With Aoi Yûki, Sôma Saitô, Lindsay Seidel, Derick Snow. Destination is a state of mind. A tale of one girl and her bike and the road ahead. Kino wanders around the world on the back of Hermes, her unusual, anthropomorphic motorcycle, only staying in each country for three days. Kino's Journey is my all-time favourite piece of writing and what got me into light novels and web novels in the first place. It has a very similar atmosphere to Mushishi, exploring a beautifully created, fantastical world and its residents in an episodic format, with a somewhat detached protagonist who acts like a temporary observer rather than a resident of every place they visit.
Kino No Tabi

The one disadvantage to this being in written format over a visual one is that a certain trait about the main character that is revealed in one of the stories Said story being the first one in the book but the third episode of the anime couldn't really be 'revealed.

It's an enjoyable read that is light I've read this maybe two or three times now and somehow I never added this to my 'read' shelf before now.

It's an enjoyable read that is light--you could read this in one weekend, easily, and it's at maybe an 8th grade reading level--yet still intense and thought provoking.

Re-reading it now is pleasantly nostalgic, even if I know how the stories go for the most part--I forgot a certain twist in the ending of the last story in the book.

Now, if only we could get the rest of the novels officially released in English. A girl can dream, right? Apr 06, Giang Nguyen rated it it was amazing Shelves: adventure , ebook , fantasy , japanese-literature , philosophy , light-novel , short-stories.

TokyoPop's translation messes up a lot; however, Kino no Tabi is my all time favorite, my bias so I don't want to downrate it.

I don't remember how many times I've watched the anime series version, not the "downgraded" version and I can't realize Kino, Hermes, and other characters in the book.

The translator's note cleared everything. They changed many things. All the countries become villages. The countries are not Japanese specific, but they have to make up some Japanese names for TokyoPop's translation messes up a lot; however, Kino no Tabi is my all time favorite, my bias so I don't want to downrate it.

The countries are not Japanese specific, but they have to make up some Japanese names for originally no-name characters.

They add sentences, trying to make the stories easier to understand I guess but create stupid dialogues instead. The worst is that Kino is no longer my beloved Kino.

Kino in translation is too involved, to the point of being a hypocrite, especially in 'Land of Peace'.

They are bad, I look down on them, I despise their wars but I can't do anything. He attacked me first, I didn't plan to kill him, let's give him my silver cup as a gift.

Who is it? Not Keiichi-san's Kino though. Luckily, we have fan translation for other volumes. Fan translators are the best!

Feb 04, Melly Correa rated it really liked it Shelves: ya-lit-eng I've heard about this book a lot, and recently had the opportunity to read it.

I always wanted to read it because I love the idea of a female protagonist who is very independent and strong willed.

From the beginning, there was a strong theme of freedom, which I personally really enjoyed. The theme of the book is one that I know my cousin would enjoy, so I am recommending it to her.

In a middle or high school classroom, this book would teach not only the young women, but also young men, that inde I've heard about this book a lot, and recently had the opportunity to read it.

In a middle or high school classroom, this book would teach not only the young women, but also young men, that independence is not only something that they should aim for, but also enjoy.

The adventure and knowledge that the characters gain from being independent and curious is something that all students should want.

This book is perfect to teach students to be driven and want to learn more than what is placed before them in their towns. This also helps young women to develop a desire to be independent and strong, rather than the common traits we see in female protagonists, such as submissive and weak.

Feb 05, Jon Smart rated it really liked it Shelves: young-adult Both fun and philosophical, the novel was a great read. Instead of the standard graphic novel artistry that is part of manga, this has all of the elements of that style without the comics.

Content warni Both fun and philosophical, the novel was a great read. It would work well as a piece to analyze for literary elements and ideas, but I would recommend only doing so after already introducing other books as prep.

Feb 14, Lydia Pedersen rated it it was amazing Shelves: eng I enjoy reading manga and getting a glimpse into Japanese culture with it.

Upon finding this book as a written out version of the manga, I was very interested in how it would turn out and I was not disappointed. I would recommend this book to people who enjoy philosophies and are information gatherers.

People who, like the main character, are quiet and tend to just absorb information and concepts because it intrigues them. Each of the places Kino visits I am sure is based on real places or the extremes of certain aspects of society.

I would have my students pick one of the places Kino visits and figure out what real-world place or aspect it is reflecting. Warnings: Mild Violence Aug 19, Brandi Kutz rated it it was amazing Shelves: personal-favs.

This book was so influential to my life at a young age. I was gifted it around middle school and after reading it and seeing its powerful image of Kino's world, it made me kinder to others.

As crazy as it sounds, Kino's world is filled with strange places, each having their own unique and questionable issue.

However, each of these issues are related to our own society. Kino is a bystander, but she sees so much more and feels so much more than anyone else.

Truly a great book with interesting char This book was so influential to my life at a young age. Truly a great book with interesting characters let's not forget our funny, talking motorcycle, Hermes.

Oct 02, Pal rated it liked it. I read this in Japanese, which I am not confident in, so take my rating with a grain of salt.

I couldn't appreciate the prose much, but enough of it shone through that even constantly looking up what half of it meant didn't completely ruin it.

The atmosphere is more enjoyable than the plot s , with characters ranging from fairytale simplicity to obnoxious strawmen.

Still, they do ask interesting philosophical questions. Jun 20, My Nguyen rated it it was amazing. Neither motorbikes nor human were made to fly.

Feels like every sayings in Kino's journey can framed up to be a quote. Highly recommend. Dec 31, Danielle rated it it was amazing.

It will incite wanderlust, but also give you food for thought about people, places and how the world works - in less than pages.

May 24, Nick rated it it was amazing. The language used throughout is evocative and clever, with the spare dialogue being offered like pearls in a pristine sea.

The eponymous Kino is a rational and steady protagonist, perfect for experiencing the unusual and sometimes heartbreaking events that The Beautiful World has on offer.

Jan 19, Elian rated it it was ok. I struggle with graphic novels and comics - I don't know why. And once I understood the concepts, I found no real point to this except for a disturbing look at fictional cultures.

I felt they were very fictional and so their disturbing-ness seemed to serve no point to me. But maybe I just don't get it. Beautiful art, interesting premise, but it went over my head.

Apr 17, Ericka rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy , sci-fi , fiction , light-novels. Thought-provoking, sometimes funny, sad, or horrifying.

Wish the whole series had gotten a U. Jul 28, Nicole West rated it it was amazing. May 16, Rozu Shi rated it really liked it. I'll recommend this to my friends.

Really enjoyed reading this, however it was a rather hard read because of the level of Japanese required.

It was hard to put down at some points though. I want to read the second one now. Aug 29, David rated it liked it. It was OK. A little depressing.

Beautiful short chapters with completely different stories. Made me think every time. Worth reading! Two manga adaptations were produced, and a new anime series aired 12 episodes between October and December Academy Kino began with the first volume published on July 10, by ASCII Media Works; four volumes have been released as of July In Kino's Journey , the protagonist, Kino, accompanied by a talking motorcycle named Hermes, travels through a mystical world of many different countries and forests, each unique in its customs and people.

She only spends three days and two nights in every town, without exception, on the principle that three days is enough time to learn almost everything important about a place, while leaving time to explore new lands.

Kino says in The Land of Visible Pain that this principle is probably a lie, specifically noting "if I stay any longer, I'm afraid I will settle down.

For protection and hunting, Kino carries a. Later in Kino's adventures in the novels, Kino also uses a pump action shotgun based on a Winchester M and a semi-automatic sniper rifle called "the Flute", based on an M14 rifle , along with a variety of other tools, including knives.

In the anime, Kino is shown to carry no fewer than five knives, including one which can fire. Kino is an unusually quick draw and practices every day before dawn.

Technology in this world exists, sometimes to the level of science fiction , although anachronisms are common for example, the same land that has talking robots also appears to have phonographs , yet simultaneously the world has only begun to develop heavier-than-air flight.

The level of technology also varies from country to country. The world is not heavily magical the only "magical" elements include land that moves, talking vehicles, and a talking dog , although it has a certain fairy-tale quality.

Kino's Journey began as a series of light novels written by Keiichi Sigsawa , and illustrated by Kouhaku Kuroboshi. The series originally started serialization in MediaWorks ' now-defunct light novel magazine Dengeki hp with the release of volume six on March 17, As of July 10, , 22 volumes have been published.

The eighth volume of Kino's Journey , originally published in October , was Dengeki Bunko' s th published novel.

In commemoration of Dengeki Bunko's 20th anniversary, Kino's Journey was serialized weekly from April to September in several Japanese regional newspapers.

The previous 16 volumes were released with new cover artwork also in commemoration of the anniversary.

The light novel series has also been translated into Chinese, Korean, and German. Tokyopop licensed the novels under the original title Kino no Tabi for release in North America, and the first volume was published on October 3, The chapter order of Tokyopop's English release of the first volume differed from the original Japanese release.

According to Tokyopop representatives, there are issues with the licensor that have left them unable to release further volumes of the series.

Tokyopop used an image from the sixth chapter-title page from the original novel for use as the English novel cover.

The first volume of a spin-off of the regular series titled Gakuen Kino was published on July 10, under Dengeki Bunko; as of October 10, , six volumes have been released.

The series is a collection of parodies originally published in three spin-off magazines of Dengeki hp : Dengeki p , Dengeki h , and Dengeki hpa.

The spin-off features Kino as a magical girl in a school setting. Gakuen Kino was translated into Chinese and Korean.

A page art book containing illustrations by Kouhaku Kuroboshi was released by ASCII Media Works in March The book contained illustrations from Kino's Journey and the Allison series of light novels, which is created by the same people as Kino's Journey.

Also included in the art book are original illustrations never released in the novel volumes, and an original Kino's Journey short story by Keiichi Sigsawa.

These artbooks include illustrations from Kino's Journey up to the 18th volume, Gakuen Kino , all of the Allison light novels, and other novels by Keiichi Sigsawa, as well as artwork by Kouhaku Kuroboshi as Takeshi Iizuka.

Three picture books were also released by ASCII Media Works under their Dengeki Bunko Visual Novel label.

It began serialization in volume 10 of ASCII Media Works ' Dengeki G's Festival! Comic released on February 23, Comic published on October 26, It was transferred to ASCII Media Works' Dengeki G's Magazine with the December issue and ran until the June issue.

It was compiled in three volumes. A manga adaptation of Kino's Journey , drawn by Iruka Shiomiya, began serialization in the April issue of Kodansha 's Shonen Magazine Edge released on March 17, An anime adaptation produced by A.

The episodes were released on six DVD compilations released between June 18 and November 19, ; the first volume contained three episodes, while each of the subsequent volumes contained two episodes.

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UUFBI Syarat Dan Ketentuan DMCA Donate Credits Us Advertisement. Tidak banyak petunjuk yang diketahui tentang Kino yang asli, hanya saja dia adalah pemuda berkacamata yang berkepribadian tenang dan bepergian dengan menggunakan aturan tiga hari sama seperti sang tokoh utama Kino.

Dia sampai di Land of Adults dan inilah kemungkinan terbesar alasan mengapa sang tokoh utama melakukan perjalanan setelah Kino yang asli mati demi melindungi Kino dari adat atau kebiasaan negara asalnya.

Kino sering membuat pernyataan yang mirip dengan Kino asli dan bahkan Kino sering menyebutnya dalam beberapa kesempatan. Di dalam novel, dijelaskan bahwa Kino asli menjual ramuan obat-obatan dan barang-barang tidak biasa yang dia temukan saat dalam perjalanan.

Shizu adalah sorang pemuda yang memiliki bakat dalam ilmu pedang. Sama seperti Kino, Shizu juga gemar bepergian ditemani oleh Riku, anjingnya yang dapat berbicara.

Di anime, dia hanya muncul dalam dua episode, tapi dia muncul dalam banyak cerita tentang dirinya dan Riku di novel. Kemudian di dalam novel, Kino dan Hermes bertemu lagi dengan Shizu dan Riku, tapi Kino hanya mengingat nama Riku.

Riku adalah anjing berbicara yang melakukan perjalanan bersama Shizu. Dia bertubuh besar, putih, dan raut wajahnya terlihat bahagia. Di anime, Riku juga berbicara pada Hermes, namun Kino tidak percaya bahwa Riku bisa bicara, walaupun Kino telah mendengar cerita tentang percakapan Riku dan Hermes.

Dalam versi anime orisinal, Riku juga berbicara pada Shizu, namun dalam versi bahasa Inggris, dia hanya menggonggong dan merintih padanya.

Namun di dalam versi novel, Riku berbicara pada Hermes dan Kino. Sakura adalah seorang gadis dari negara yang Kino kunjungi di episode terakhir dalam versi anime.

Dia memiliki banyak kesamaan dengan Kino, seperti orangtuanya yang memiliki sebuah penginapan dan sebagainya.

September 1, Maybe instead of a fairy tale, it'd be better to say that Kino no Tabi is a morality play. Kino's Journey 1. Etc, etc. After one memorable chapter, she sat back and told me that she really liked that story. Splash Live This was a very entertaining book. The basic plot: This girl lives in a town where, on your 12th birthday, you have an operation that makes you into an adult, which basically means you are able to tolerate doing things you do not like or want to do all day, every day. The other problem I found, and this may just be in my head, is the lack Adam Wylie art. Watching Completed On-Hold Dropped Plan to Watch. Archived from the original on March 15,
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Kino No Tabi Kino and Hermes meet a young man on their travels. The countries are not Japanese specific, but they have to make up some Japanese names for originally no-name characters. Email Bestätigen great to travel along with Kino and Hermes again.

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