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Name in Japanese Tanemura Arina Western Zodiac PiscesArina Tanemura was born on March 12, 1978 She s the author of Full Moon O Sagashite, Time Stranger Kyoko, Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne, The Gentlemen s Alliance Cross, Sakura Hime Kaden, and .Her favorite hobby is Karaoke One song that she sings is Smile, originally by Myco She has two cats, named Riku and Kai She has one elder and one

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  • Paperback
  • 147 pages
  • 桜姫華伝 1
  • Arina Tanemura
  • Japanese
  • 09 July 2018
  • 9784088568737

10 thoughts on “桜姫華伝 1

  1. says:

    A mix of Sailor Moon and Fushigi Yuugi, Sakura Hime has demons from the moon, a princess in a short skirt fighting them and a conflicted love story, all wrapped in a gorgeous Heian Era fantasy. Arina Tanemura is a favorite for fans of shojo manga and she does not disappoint. The artwork is amazing and detailed. Although I wasn't captured by Sakura immediately, I definitely felt for her by the end of the volume. She's annoying in an early series Usagi sort of way and I want to give her a few more volumes to grow. The cliffhanger at the end guarantees that I'll be reading future volumes.

  2. says:

    Quick Review:

    This is an epic, female lead fantasy that will be loved by readers if they enjoy books like Sailor Moon, Vampire Knight and Wedding Peach.

    Girls kicking butt with an epic love story, what more can a girl want from a cute manga? Especially one with a Princess! The outfits are cool, the plot lines are cooler!

    Three out of five stars.

  3. says:

    This story takes place in the Heian period in Japan. It is about a princess named Sakura who is about to be married to the Imperial Prince Oura. An emissionary is sent to escort her to the capital, and Sakura who doesn't want to go and marry the prince decides to run away in the woods with her magical friend Asagiri. Sakura looks at the full moon, forgetting the fact that she is forbidden to look up at the full moon. Suddenly, a demon appears, and Sakura is forced to fight, discovering thanks to the priestess Byakuya that she is Princess Kaguya's granddaughter, and that she must fight the demon with the legendary sword Chizakura.
    I would recommend this book to anyone that likes Arina Tanemura's series. Though I find lots of similarities between The Gentlemen's Alliance Cross and this book, but if you like Arina Tanemura's art, then you should read it.

  4. says:

    In my words, I think Sakura Hime Kaden is the best manga book I have EVER read! Its very funny, adventurous, and sometimes disturbing. But I LOVE this book. Its about this princess(her name is Princess Sakura) who is actually from the moon and is immortal. She has been bethrothed since birth by her future fiance' Prince Oura. Not wanting to get married, she runs away. Then she gazes up at the full moon and a Youko appeared. (Youko, is a immortal man-eating beast) As suspected, Prince Oura comes save the day I guess along with a priestess she knows. Then Sakura finds out that she is the granddaughter of the legendary Princess Kaguya, the princess that defeated Youko, along with the mystic Cherry Blossom Sword, CHIZAKURA. And also she finds out that her soul symbol is "Destroy"(soul symbol is a way of predicting your fate). So Princess Sakura I guess transforms into her battle form and summons Chizakura. And then and there she defeated the Youko.

    The End

  5. says:

    Sakura is a princess; and she is engaged to a prince whom she has hated.

    As I read this, I became interested in how Sakura must deal with everything. Such a burden... the person whom she learned to love and said that he loved her, trying to kill her. But then later on, they make up; and they are deeply in love.
    It is a very sad story, but then an unexpected person(presumed to be dead) shows up and tries to tear them apart. He kidnaps Sakura; But Sakura finds out that he is actually her brother that died years ago.

  6. says:

    I honestly know nothing about Heian era Japan, the setting of Sakura Hime, so I can't say if she did the era justice or not. But I did like the art (the kimono are so pretty) and I was a lot more interested in the characters and the story than I had been in Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne. Sakura herself has a pretty good set up, and there's a really surprising twist halfway through the first volume. I'm actually really interested to see where this goes.

  7. says:

    The art in this series is absolutely breathtaking. Here's an example for your viewing pleasure.


    Even though I could rave about Arina Tanemura's drawing for days, let's talk more about the manga. It's definitely an interesting start to a historical fantasy series, with romance (a complicated one, though), action, and of course, a magical heroine who undergoes some nice development. Let's see how this goes!

  8. says:

    First let me say that Arina Tanemura's art style is incredible. The artwork in this Manga is really really pretty. But I had a really good time reading this manga, I don't know anything about the Heian period but I really liked that this manga takes place in it. I loved Sakura's character as well. Also Arina's notes were adorable. If you like shojo manga, I highly recommend this one. I really wish there was an anime of it.

  9. says:

    Fun start to the series! :D Looveeee the artwork (of course ^__^)

  10. says:

    Maybe 2.5/5 stars... I don't know. I started reading this at ~5am because I couldn't sleep, and picked it up at the library in the first place because I LOVE the author's other series: Full Moon. The artwork and the characters... ah :DD However, this book didn't compare at all. The art was good, but the story lacking. Aside from the adorable Asagiri, I disliked many of the characters. Sakura is a little annoying -__- (view spoiler)

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