Fumi Yoshinaga’s Tamaki to Amane Manga Comes to an End

The last episode of the Tamaki to Amane (Tamaki and Amane) manga by Fumi Yoshinaga was released on Friday in the September edition of Shueisha’s Cocohana magazine. The publication hinted that Yoshinaga will begin serializing a new manga in 2024.

With an omnibus serialization, the manga about the “different shapes that love takes” debuted in Cocohana in November 2022. On October 23, Shueisha will release a volume of the manga’s collected works.

Ōoku: The Inner Chambers manga by Yoshinaga (Antique Bakery, All My Darling Daughters) debuted in Hakusensha’s Melody magazine in 2004 and ran through December 2020. Hakusensha released the manga’s 19th and final volume in February 2021, while Viz Media released the last volume’s English translation in March 2022.

The manga was awarded the Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize in 2009 and the James Tiptree, Jr. Award in 2009. The 56th Shogakukan Manga Prize in the shjo category, the 5th Sense of Gender Prize’s Special Award, and most recently, the Grand Prize at the 42nd Nihon SF Taisha Awards in February 2022, are among its numerous distinctions.

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The manga was adapted into a live-action movie in 2010, a live-action TV show called “Ōoku: Arikoto” Iemitsu Hen in October 2012, and a second live-action movie called “Ōoku: Eien – Emonnosuke” Tsunayoshi Hen in December of that same year. The second season of a new live-action manga series adaption will debut this fall on NHK, with the first episode airing on January 10.

The manga-influenced an animation that debuted on Netflix on June 29.

The What Did You Eat Yesterday? (Kin Nani Tabeta?) manga was first published by Yoshinaga in Kodansha’s Morning magazine in 2007, and on May 23 Kodansha published the 21st collected book volume. On July 25, Kodansha USA Publishing issued the 20th volume of a compilation book in English.

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The series won a jury recommendation for the 13th Japan Media Arts Festival Awards in 2009 and was nominated for the first Manga Taisho Awards (Cartoon Grand Prize) in 2008. The manga was also included in the 2014 and 2016 “Book of the Year” lists published by Kadokawa Media Factory’s Da Vinci magazine for books and manga. The manga was nominated in the General Manga category in the 2019 Kodansha Manga Awards’ 43rd Annual Kodansha Manga Awards.

A live-action television series based on the manga debuted in April 2019 and ran for 12 episodes. During the 57th annual Galaxy Awards in March 2020, it took home the My Best TV Award. The second season of the live-action adaption will debut in October.

A live-action movie based on the manga had its Japanese premiere in November 2021.

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