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恵比寿を救うために黄泉へと赴いた夜トが深奥で出会ったのは、国生みの母心にして黄泉の女王・イザナミ。その面差しは、なぜかひよりに似て・・・!?TVアニメ2014年1月放送開始!!住所不定無職・自分は神だと言うジャージの人[夜ト]、メジャー神化計画ますます拡大中!!


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恵比寿を救うために黄泉へと赴いた夜トが深奥で出会ったのは、国生みの母心にして黄泉の女王・イザナミ。その面差しは、なぜかひよりに似て・・・!?TVアニメ2014年1月放送開始!!住所不定無職・自分は神だと言うジャージの人[夜ト]、メジャー神化計画ますます拡大中!!

30 review for ノラガミ 9

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mir

    Ebisu and Yato have adventures and character growth together in Yomi (which, amusingly, is listed in the regional tourist guide). This episode references the myth of Izanami, which seemed pretty interesting. I plan to read more about it later. Ebisu and Yato have adventures and character growth together in Yomi (which, amusingly, is listed in the regional tourist guide). This episode references the myth of Izanami, which seemed pretty interesting. I plan to read more about it later.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Phoenix2

    This volume is the most tragic, action packed, mystery thrilled, one yet.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    Ebisu: a god loved by all, who would offer up his life for the sake of others. Yato: a god forgotten by all, who would grant any wish to save himself. What a GREAT dynamic. This was powerful, and heartbreaking, and beautiful. I LOVE Ebisu.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Liza

    So this just about ends the current arc(the next volume will probably finish it off). What can I say about it? I'm not that impressed. Sure, I'm slowly recovering from that disaster chapter in volume 7 that made me hate Yato as a character but overall I felt the volume was lackluster? Why is Ebisu doing the stuff he is? How is Yato's dad involved? I'm assuming those will be answered later but my main annoyance was Hiyori. She suffers what many female leads suffer from in the shonen genre. She's onl So this just about ends the current arc(the next volume will probably finish it off). What can I say about it? I'm not that impressed. Sure, I'm slowly recovering from that disaster chapter in volume 7 that made me hate Yato as a character but overall I felt the volume was lackluster? Why is Ebisu doing the stuff he is? How is Yato's dad involved? I'm assuming those will be answered later but my main annoyance was Hiyori. She suffers what many female leads suffer from in the shonen genre. She's only good for morale support. I was glaring at her as she decides to go after Yato. What in the world could she do? Nothing. She gives Yukine a peptalk to increase his power. Oh yay. If Yukine wasn't there she would be dead or something. -_- Just stuff like that annoys me. Also, the fact that Izanami took the form of Hiyori? I felt like it was the authors trying to give us fanservice of Hiyori rather than it being Izanami being devious.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Robin

    Noragami is such an interesting manga. The story-line isn't anything that hasn't been done before, but it's done in a unique and fun way -- and the characters are engaging and entertaining. As far as shounen manga go, which I don't usually stick with if only because all the endless MUST BATTLE, MUST GET STRONGER gets boring for me, this one does a great job of focusing on interpersonal relationships in addition to the plot, plus add a great level of mystery. Love it and can't wait to read more! Noragami is such an interesting manga. The story-line isn't anything that hasn't been done before, but it's done in a unique and fun way -- and the characters are engaging and entertaining. As far as shounen manga go, which I don't usually stick with if only because all the endless MUST BATTLE, MUST GET STRONGER gets boring for me, this one does a great job of focusing on interpersonal relationships in addition to the plot, plus add a great level of mystery. Love it and can't wait to read more!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    Wow, so much shit went down in this volume it's not even funny. I definitely feel like this arc has been more dense than previous arcs, but this volume did pick up the pace more. It was nice seeing Yato encourage Ebisu and now that I know his motivations, I have to say I side with him. Also, his backstory was quietly heartbreaking, if that makes any sense. And yeah, Izanami's fucking terrifying and could stand to chill the fuck out, but what can you do when you're the queen of the underworld who w Wow, so much shit went down in this volume it's not even funny. I definitely feel like this arc has been more dense than previous arcs, but this volume did pick up the pace more. It was nice seeing Yato encourage Ebisu and now that I know his motivations, I have to say I side with him. Also, his backstory was quietly heartbreaking, if that makes any sense. And yeah, Izanami's fucking terrifying and could stand to chill the fuck out, but what can you do when you're the queen of the underworld who was abandoned by your lover because you were deemed too ugly? I have a feeling the next volume's going to close out this arc, so I'm looking forward to seeing what becomes of everyone involved in this mess.

  7. 4 out of 5

    beth f.

    Yato’s my one of my favorite characters because he’s such a deep character. With each new volume you get to know more about him. The character development of this series is soooo well done. But that’s just one aspect of this story! So much happens in each volume. The pacing is wonderfully done. I’m really impressed! The quality of everything hasn’t gone down with time, like with some other mangas.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    If there is a downside to this volume, it's the fact that some of the significance of what happens in Yomi might be a bit lost if the reader is not already familiar with the concept. The translation notes at the end help somewhat, but most readers will not read them until after the fact (and I would normally suggest reading the translation notes only after the fact, then possibly re-reading the manga if the reader desires). It's difficult to recommend reading before or after in this case, becaus If there is a downside to this volume, it's the fact that some of the significance of what happens in Yomi might be a bit lost if the reader is not already familiar with the concept. The translation notes at the end help somewhat, but most readers will not read them until after the fact (and I would normally suggest reading the translation notes only after the fact, then possibly re-reading the manga if the reader desires). It's difficult to recommend reading before or after in this case, because I think there's potential for the native English speaker to get some extra enjoyment of discovery of plot points without already knowing some of the details of the story's cultural context in advance, but in this particular volume the Yomi material might be particularly opaque without that cultural familiarity. Unfortunately, I think even the translation notes -- excellent, informative, and very interesting, as they always are for this series -- do not convey the full depth of meaning in the events surrounding Yomi. I've been watching anime and reading manga for close to three decades (longer if you count the few things that made it to US television in the early '80s) and have studied Japanese language and culture somewhat, and have a little better feel for the Yomi context in this volume than conveyed by the , but I still feel like I missed something. This volume of the Noragami series upholds the high standard of quality writing and art I've come to expect. There is a lot of depth to the world, relationships, and backstories in this series, especially relative to the standard of other manga and even bestseller novels in the US. Sometimes, I wish some of the foreshadowing might have found its way into the story a little earlier than it shows up, so that it might feel more natural and less like the author just came up with an idea a couple short chapters before bringing its subplot to climax, but the manga medium tends toward very fast-paced story development, so I suppose there is only so much to be done about that. As always, Noragami is a fun read, engaging and absorbing, and its development of character, plot, and story is nuanced and interesting.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ken Yuen

    Finally towards the end of this storyarc things start to get interesting. It's good to see some characterization with Ebisu and Sekine and Hiyori are back in the picture! I kind of wish there were an abbreviated shinto myths thing that appeared before stuff showed up in this series. I guess there's so much that even the through translator notes can't cover it all, but it took me up to this volume to look up Nakatsukuni to see that's the name for the world of the living. Really like the stuff with Finally towards the end of this storyarc things start to get interesting. It's good to see some characterization with Ebisu and Sekine and Hiyori are back in the picture! I kind of wish there were an abbreviated shinto myths thing that appeared before stuff showed up in this series. I guess there's so much that even the through translator notes can't cover it all, but it took me up to this volume to look up Nakatsukuni to see that's the name for the world of the living. Really like the stuff with Yomi and how similar it is to the Greek myths about the underworld. Funny how things are cross cultural like that.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Sedai ☆of the Brown Ajah☆

    Still as fun as always. The story is interesting and the artwork is brilliant; I also really love the covers for this series and how they're a little different from many manga bound editions. The colored pencil-style graphics and lack of lamination can be very charming amidst a highly stylized and glossy sea of manga volumes. Still as fun as always. The story is interesting and the artwork is brilliant; I also really love the covers for this series and how they're a little different from many manga bound editions. The colored pencil-style graphics and lack of lamination can be very charming amidst a highly stylized and glossy sea of manga volumes.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Aran Johnson

    What concerns me a bit with these books is that the authors keep adding more and more characters rather than going into deeper storytelling with the characters they already have created. My hope is that future volumes start going deeper with the main cohort of characters.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Aleksandra

    The art is stunning, but I feel a little disconnected from the story itself, it’s not my favorite arc. However I read the previous volumes a while ago and maybe I need more time to get back into the story.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Scott Whitney

    I am enjoying this arc, but there is so much more development which could be taking place. I wish Hiyori Iki would be able to take a more active role in what is going on. She is instrumental in the end of this volume, but there is a lot more she could be doing as someone who is on both shores. Yato is put in a bad situation by his father who may be even more of a crafter than Ebisu.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sarah✨

    This series is too good, I love it with my whole heart! 5/5 stars! ✨✨✨✨✨

  15. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    I think Yukine is my favorite character. I love him <3 He's such a brat. I think Yukine is my favorite character. I love him <3 He's such a brat.

  16. 4 out of 5

    River

    5 Stars I love this so much

  17. 4 out of 5

    نوبورو

    I really like Ebisu

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

    4.5 stars. SO MANY FEELINGS. SO. MANY. GAHHHHHHH.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Cornerofmadness

    This volume is very good and very Japanese lore heavy. There are translation notes (man I wish ALL manga publishers would include these) which helps to explain Yomi. I'd bookmark them and flip back and forth while reading or re-read the volume again after you get to the notes and read them). Anyhow, Yato and Ebisu are trapped by the queen of Yomi (and her real form is pretty darned gruesome) One of them may have to die to get free. Worse, Ebisu's head now has a bounty on it by the council of God This volume is very good and very Japanese lore heavy. There are translation notes (man I wish ALL manga publishers would include these) which helps to explain Yomi. I'd bookmark them and flip back and forth while reading or re-read the volume again after you get to the notes and read them). Anyhow, Yato and Ebisu are trapped by the queen of Yomi (and her real form is pretty darned gruesome) One of them may have to die to get free. Worse, Ebisu's head now has a bounty on it by the council of Gods but not every god is happy about this. Some of them are ready to revolt and save him. While the heavens are about to pull themselves apart, Hiyori and Yukine are searching for Yato (as he didn't tell Yukine where he was going) only to get waylaid by an old enemy who has the power to kill them both. So plenty of action in this, fairly well balanced with plot and story arc advancement. The art is lovely. Can't wait for more.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    I absolutely love Ebisu's character. He is so interesting and complex. I especially love how Yato and Ebisu's character's interact and what they are teaching each other, such as valuing one's own life. Things are still tense, a little sad, and definitely intriguing. I absolutely love Ebisu's character. He is so interesting and complex. I especially love how Yato and Ebisu's character's interact and what they are teaching each other, such as valuing one's own life. Things are still tense, a little sad, and definitely intriguing.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jana Denardo

    Action packed and very enjoyable

  22. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Please don’t tell me it just ended like that? After everything that just happened!? Hiyori investigates the mystery of Yato, Yukine goes up against Kugaha and conspiracy in the heavens pushes the gods of fortune to choose their side. I also want to note how epic the character design was for the creepy heavenly people sent after Ebisu. These are just some of the things that made this volume great, but my favourite part is what went on between Yato and Ebisu... We learn Ebisu’s motivation (view spoi Please don’t tell me it just ended like that? After everything that just happened!? Hiyori investigates the mystery of Yato, Yukine goes up against Kugaha and conspiracy in the heavens pushes the gods of fortune to choose their side. I also want to note how epic the character design was for the creepy heavenly people sent after Ebisu. These are just some of the things that made this volume great, but my favourite part is what went on between Yato and Ebisu... We learn Ebisu’s motivation (view spoiler)[ “If I could use this word to restrain the ayakashi- contain even a part of the disasters... then maybe I could make this world a slightly better place” (hide spoiler)] , which inspires Yato (view spoiler)[ “People like him actually exist... I was only thinking about myself. I’ve done whatever anyone wished of me. Just going with inertia. But now, I want to be someone people can accept. Someone who can make her proud.” (hide spoiler)] , who breaks Ebisu out of his own train of inertia (view spoiler)[ “There’s no point if you die. And that’s not just ‘cause my dad told me to save you. I want to help you... What about you? Is that really what you want?” (hide spoiler)] despite what he has always been told. (view spoiler)[ ”No... I don’t want to die.” (hide spoiler)] They really made a great team. But enough of my rambles, the relationship between Yato and Ebisu can be best summed up by the extra page at the end: Ebisu: A god loved by all, who would offer up his life for the sake of others Yato: A god forgotten by all, who would grant any wish to save himself. They envy each other.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Joti

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Soooo we meet Izanami, who appears as Hiyori to Yato. But she wants them to stay & is willing to give Ebisu the brush he requires to write the symbols to control Ayakashi if one of them stays. Ebisu agrees, & starts fighting Yato to decide who's gonna stay, but it's a trick & one of his ayakashi steal the brush & then he & Yato make a run for it. But Izanami gives chase. Meanwhile, the heavens have their evidence of Ebisu's sorcery & want to punish him for it, especially after one of his Shinkis Soooo we meet Izanami, who appears as Hiyori to Yato. But she wants them to stay & is willing to give Ebisu the brush he requires to write the symbols to control Ayakashi if one of them stays. Ebisu agrees, & starts fighting Yato to decide who's gonna stay, but it's a trick & one of his ayakashi steal the brush & then he & Yato make a run for it. But Izanami gives chase. Meanwhile, the heavens have their evidence of Ebisu's sorcery & want to punish him for it, especially after one of his Shinkis reveals he went down to yomi. So they're ready & waiting; Yato makes Ebisu want to live & helps him find his 'will' - as his current self, what does he want? And to not just count on the fact that he'll be reborn someday. So Bishamon goes to help him (her & the other seven gods of fortune are being held captive) & when Ebisu comes back out of Yomi (Yato got left behind because Izanami caught him), she's there to fight off the heavens but they still end up killing Ebisu. And the poor guy didn't want to die, & asks Bishamon to save Yato. And he was trying to control the ayakashi so he could lessen the danger in the world & use ayakashi for good - so he had good intentions. Hiyori & Yukine go to the entrance to the Underworld but run into that damn doctor Kugaha but escape him, luckily. And so we end with Ebisu being killed.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Paul Spence

    It’s hard being a God, especially one who’s often replaced, as we see with Ebisu. He’s replaced a lot, because of the mess he’s in with the masked yokai. He’s still working with Yato, in an effort to get the word, a utensil that allows him to control the yokai. But getting out just might kill him, and he’s forced to realize that he doesn’t want to be so easily replaceable. Meanwhile, Hiyori and Yukine are wondering where Yato has gone and want to go save him. Hiyori especially, as she worries abo It’s hard being a God, especially one who’s often replaced, as we see with Ebisu. He’s replaced a lot, because of the mess he’s in with the masked yokai. He’s still working with Yato, in an effort to get the word, a utensil that allows him to control the yokai. But getting out just might kill him, and he’s forced to realize that he doesn’t want to be so easily replaceable. Meanwhile, Hiyori and Yukine are wondering where Yato has gone and want to go save him. Hiyori especially, as she worries about forgetting Yato completely (Yato has the same worries, but he doesn’t realize how quickly it could happen). The other six gods of fortune, once they find out that Ebisu is the one behind the masks, want to help him, and Bishamonten takes the lead in saving him. Ebisu’s storyline so far is surprisingly sweet, and his history makes me sad for him. But I like the way that Bishamonten backs him up, going to protect him in his time of need. It just reasserts why I like Bishamon and Kazuma so much. There’s a cliffhanger at the end of the volume, and it makes me eager to see what happens next with Yato, as he’s in the most danger still.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Maé

    This volume was probably the most action packed and the most intense one since the beginning. It was incredible to read, and of course I finished it in under a few hours because of how intense it is. Seeing Yato at this really vulnerable state just breaks my heart, but at the same time it makes me love him so much. He's so unbelievably selfless, but he hides it entirely behind this goofy loser appearance. He's a badass god, and a very caring human. His scenes with Ebisu were so interesting to rea This volume was probably the most action packed and the most intense one since the beginning. It was incredible to read, and of course I finished it in under a few hours because of how intense it is. Seeing Yato at this really vulnerable state just breaks my heart, but at the same time it makes me love him so much. He's so unbelievably selfless, but he hides it entirely behind this goofy loser appearance. He's a badass god, and a very caring human. His scenes with Ebisu were so interesting to read about. We also deal with multiple side battles: Hiyori and Yukine (showing off his newly found skills) fighting again Kugaha, and then Bishamon and some of the other gods having a battle of wits against the other to try to defend Ebisu. All of this leads to an heartbreaking finale, always drawn in the most beautiful art that just works so well with this story. I can't wait to read the next volume and discover what will happen with Yato !

  26. 4 out of 5

    Elyse

    Ebisu & Yato are stuck in the underworld, doing god know what. The other gods are still in meeting and planning the perfect punishment for Ebisu. Hiyori, tired of waiting, decide to go get Yato herself (not sure what she is planning to accomplish since she is just a high school girl) but anyway, Yukine tag along. I am not a fan of this arc, it a little bit too dark for my taste and can’t wait for the trio to be reunited again.

  27. 5 out of 5

    isrhat

    The dichotomy between Ebisu and Yato... two gods who live in two entirely different ways One who must grant any and every wish in order to stay in people’s memories and the other who does not need to worry about his own life and hence worries about how to save others !! The dynamic!! Also Yukine 🥺 being a lil *{]^]*{> over not being as good as a shinki as he can be to Yato??? PLEASE THE DEVELOPMENT I LOVEHIM

  28. 5 out of 5

    Nərmin

    I have no knowledge about Japanese folklore and myths, so I feel like I lost some information while reading. All I can say is that I felt sorry for Ebisu, he seemed such a nice guy (god). And Yukine feels so inferior to Nora and it makes my heart hurt. Go and save them, Bishamon!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Elias Alexander

    This might be one of the greatest volume so far. It really puts the value on life. How important it is to live. Don’t wait until the furniture comes, live your life today and remember that there will always be a tomorrow.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jie

    Yato really grows in this one. Seeing the lengths to which his devotion to Hiyori takes him is moving. The friendships in this manga, and in this volume, are great. Bishamon and Kazuma, Bishamon and Ebisu, Yato and Ebisu, Yato and Yukine and Hiyori; they all give me the feels.

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