Natsume Yuujinchou San (season 3)

Main Title:  Natsume Yuujinchou San
Official Title: 夏目友人帳 参
Synonym: Natsume2, ناتسومي وكتاب الأصدقاء مستمر
Type: TV Series, 13 episodes
Year: 05.07.2011 – 27.09.2011
Categories: Producers NAS, Brains Base

Natsume Takashi has been able to see youkai since his early days. His grandmother, Reiko, possessed the Yuujinchou, a list of names of youkai sworn to fealty. Ever since Takashi inherited the list, he has been constantly attacked by yokai. Takashi, however, has decided to return to the youkai their names. Together with his self-proclaimed bodyguard Nyanko, Takashi has met and come to know many youkai.

(Summaries provided by ANN and AniDB)


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Anime Zoku Natsume Yuujinchou (season 2)

Main Title:  Zoku Natsume Yuujinchou
Official Title: 続 夏目友人帳
Synonym: Natsume2, ناتسومي وكتاب الأصدقاء مستمر
Type: TV Series, 13 episodes
Year: 06.01.2009 till ?
Categories: Producers NAS, Brains Base

Natsume Takashi, with the help of Nyanko-sensei, continues his adventures to free spirits contracted by his grandmother Natsume Reiko in the “Book of Friends”. 



Anime Natsume Yuujinchou (season 1)

Main Title: Natsume Yuujinchou
Official Title: 夏目友人帳
Synonym: Natsume 夏目友人帐
Type: TV Series, 13 episodes
Year: 08.07.2008 till ?
Categories: Shoujo – similar
Producers: Brains Base
Resources Official page: ANN, AnimeNFO, Allcinema
Tmp. Rating 7.70 (30)

Natsume Takashi has the ability to see spirits, which he has long kept secret. However, once he inherits a strange book that belonged to his deceased grandmother, Reiko, he discovers the reason why spirits surround him. Containing the names of these spirits, a binding contract was formed between the spirits and the owner of the book. Now, Natsume is determined to free the spirits and dissolve the contracts. With the help of a spirit cat, his days are filled trying to return the names to these spirits. 



Natsume Yuujinchou

Associated Names:
나츠메 우인장
Le Pacte des yôkai (French)
Heave a Sigh in Summer
Natsume Yūjin-Chō
Natsume Yujin-Cho
Natsume Yuujin-chou
Natsume’s Book of Friends
The Natsume Book of Friends

Author: Midorikawa Yuki

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Shoujo, Slice of Life, Supernatural

Status in Country of Origin: 12 Volumes (Ongoing)
Year: 2005

Description: Natsume’s just an ordinary kid, except he can see spirits, just like his grandma Reiko could. Reiko, though, used to bully the spirits, and bound them to her will in the “Book of Friends”. Now that Natsume has inherited this book, a never-ending stream of spirits is coming after him. With the help of a spirit “cat” (who really just wants Natsume to die so he can have the book), Natsume spends his days dissolving the contracts that bind the spirits and trying not to get killed.

Contains an extra in vol. 7 called Natsu ni wa Tameiki wo Tsuku (Heave a Sigh in Summer).

i love this manga. the story is good and so the art! i love natsume and nyanko-sensei….. the art isn’t very complicated and very interesting. the anime is even better…. i remembered i cried watching it. anyway, both the anime and the manga is a must to read and watch!


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Yuki Midorikawa (緑川ゆき Midorikawa Yuki, born May 23, 1976) is a Japanese manga artist.
Birth Place: Kumamoto, Japan
Zodiac: Gemini 🙂
The surname of her pen name was chosen by her sister, and is the name of a river in Kumamoto. It means ‘Green River’(* 1). Midorikawa-sensei loves her home town, and she often takes inspiration for the names of her characters from places around where she lives(* 2). You can see clearly that she was influenced by the landscapes of Kumamoto when drawing the scenery we have come to love in Natsume Yuuijinchou, and the anime staff used Kumamoto as a reference for the landscapes we see in the anime. So some of these beautiful places are closely based on real locations! As a result, fans have travelled to the area in order to see these places in person, to feel their favourite series come to life. This sort of travel is known as ‘Seichi Junrei’, or just ‘Junrei’ – it means ‘pilgrimage to holy places’.
She is primarily known for her shōjo manga works on the magazines LaLa and LaLa DX, published by Hakusensha.

She began to seriously pursue her manga career starting in middle school. Her most successful work has been Natsume Yūjinchō, which has been made into three anime series in 2008, 2009, and 2011. The manga sold over 5 million volume copies by the sale of volume 12.


  • In 1998, she won the 18th LMG Fresh Debut award for her debut work Coffee Hirari.
  • In 2000, she won an award by Hakusensha (白泉社アテナ新人大賞デビュー優秀者賞) for Akaku Saku Koe

Manga works

  • Short works
  1. 1998 Kohi Hirari (珈琲ひらり, published in Akaku Saku Koe vol.2)
  2. 1998 Hana Dorobou (花泥棒, published in Akaku Saku Koe vol.2)
  3. 1999 Namae no Nai Kyaku (名前のない客, published in Atsui Hibi)
  4. 2000 Natsu niwa Tameiki wo Tsuku (夏にはため息をつく, published in Natsume Yuujinchou Vol.7)
  5. 2001 Atsui Hibi (アツイヒビ, published in Atsui Hibi)
  6. 2001 Hana no Ato (花の跡, published in Atsui Hibi)
  7. 2002 Samui Hi mo (寒い日も。, published in Atsui Hibi)
  8. 2002 Hotarubi no Mori e (蛍火の杜へ, published in Hotarubi no Mori e)
  9. 2002 Kurukuru Ochiba (くるくる落ち葉, published in Hotarubi no Mori e)
  10. 2003 Hibi Fukaku (ひび、深く, published in Hotarubi no Mori e)
  11. 2003 Hanauta Nagaruru (花唄流るる, published in Hotarubi no Mori e)
  12. 2003 Taion no Kakera (体温のかけら)
  13. 2004 Manabiya no Sumi (まなびやの隅, published in Natsume Yuujinchou Vol.6)
  14. 2004 Akatsuki no Majutsushi (暁の魔術師)
  15. 2005 Hoshi mo Mienai (星も見えない)

Some of her works haven’t yet been collected in volumes, but it’s possible that they will be in the future.

  • Series
  1. Akaku Saku Koe (あかく咲く声) (1999-2001)
  2. Hana Oi Bito (花追い人) (2001)
  3. Hiiro no Isu (緋色の椅子) (2002-2004)
  4. Natsume Yuujinchou (夏目友人帳) (2003, 2005-ongoing)


  • Natsume Yujin-cho Official Fan Book – Natsume to Yujintachi (“Natsume and his friends”) (夏目友人帳公式ファンブック−夏目と友人たち−) (Jan. 2009)
  • Natsume Yujin-cho Official Nyan Book – Nyanko-sensei Yujincho – (夏目友人帳公式ニャンブック−ニャンコ先生友人帳−) (Jul. 2009)
  • TV anime Natsume Yujin-cho Tsuiso-roku – Atatakai Jikan – (TVアニメ「夏目友人帳」追想録−あたたかい時間−) (Sept. 2009)


Note: Zoku means “following” or “continuation” and San means “Third” or “Three”.

Writing letters to Midorikawa sensei
It’s possible to send letters to Midorikawa sensei to this address:

Ms. Yuki Midorikawa
Editional Office of Monthly LaLa
Hakusensha Inc.
2-2-2 Awaji-chou Kanda Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

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Honey and Clover

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Associated Names
허니와 클로버
Honey & Clover
Hachimitsu to Clover
Honey and Clover
Comedy Drama Josei Romance Slice of Life Tragedy
Status in Country of Origin
10 Volumes (Complete)
Takemoto lives in a run-down student apartment, where his greatest worry is when he’ll next be able to afford to eat meat and whether he’ll get to class on time. Although he’s away from home and living on his own, Takemoto is far from finished growing up. Along with his crazy cast of friends, Morita, Mayama, Yamada, and Hagumi, Takemoto sets out to discover life and his true self.

DOWNLOAD (mediafire)
Vol 01-06
Vol 07-10 (End)

Vietnamese (read online + download)


We are – Watanabe Taeko

Title : We are

Mangaka : Watanabe Taeko
Language : Japanese
Source :
Genre : Drama, Shounen Ai, Slice of Life
Rating : 16+
Status : oneshot

Summary: “We are” is the story about Wada and Akira’s childhood before “Hajimechan ga ichiban” story


Raw Japanese

Vietnamese (4 chaps)

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