History Manga / AsagiriNoMiko

4th Sep '15 9:32:35 PM Willbyr
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29th May '14 5:40:15 PM TastySauce
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''Asagiri no Miko'' (朝霧の巫女) is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Hiroki Ugawa. The manga was serialized in Shōnen Gahōsha's Young King Ours. The manga is licensed in North America by Tokyopop and in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment. The manga was adapted into an anime series, directed by Yuji Moriyama. The anime was licensed in North America by Media Blasters.

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''Asagiri no Miko'' (朝霧の巫女) is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Hiroki Ugawa. The manga was serialized in Shōnen Gahōsha's Young King Ours. The manga is licensed in North America by Tokyopop and in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment. The manga was adapted into an anime series, directed by Yuji Moriyama. The anime was licensed in North America by Media Blasters.



* CallingYourAttacks - Something most (but not ''all'') of the mikos feel compelled to do for their flashy demon-killing attacks.

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* CallingYourAttacks - Something most (but not ''all'') of the mikos miko feel compelled to do for their flashy demon-killing attacks.



* TrainingFromHell - Yuzu's eldest sister Kurako puts all of the aspiring mikos through this.

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* TrainingFromHell - Yuzu's eldest sister Kurako puts all of the aspiring mikos miko through this.
11th Oct '13 5:35:54 PM Vasha
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Asagiri no Miko (朝霧の巫女) is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Hiroki Ugawa. The manga was serialized in Shōnen Gahōsha's Young King Ours. The manga is licensed in North America by Tokyopop and in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment. The manga was adapted into an anime series, directed by Yuji Moriyama. The anime was licensed in North America by Media Blasters.

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Asagiri ''Asagiri no Miko Miko'' (朝霧の巫女) is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Hiroki Ugawa. The manga was serialized in Shōnen Gahōsha's Young King Ours. The manga is licensed in North America by Tokyopop and in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment. The manga was adapted into an anime series, directed by Yuji Moriyama. The anime was licensed in North America by Media Blasters.
12th Jul '13 6:41:41 AM captainpat
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Yuzu Hieda is an [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent ordinary high school freshman]] who also happens to be a [[{{Miko}} shrine maiden]]. Her childhood friend and cousin, Tadahiro Amatsu, is coming to live with her and her family. As Yuzu has had a long-standing crush on the boy and is more than happy to see him again. Unfortunately he has recently become the target of Ayatachi, a mysterious masked sorcerer who wants him for some nefarious purpose. Tadahiro has the power to see the spirit world through his left eye, (which is [[MismatchedEyes colored differently from his right eye]],) but there isn't much he can do to defend himself from the demons Ayatachi throws at him. Fortunately, Yuzu is more than skilled when it comes to dispatching the nightmarish denizens of the spirit world, (and what she can't destroy with her ceremonial dagger, she will usually ''accidentally'' run over with her bicycle.)

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Yuzu Hieda is an [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent ordinary high school freshman]] who also happens to be a [[{{Miko}} shrine maiden]]. Her childhood friend and cousin, Tadahiro Amatsu, is coming to live with her and her family. As Yuzu has had a long-standing crush on the boy and is more than happy to see him again. Unfortunately he has recently become the target of Ayatachi, a mysterious masked sorcerer who wants him for some nefarious purpose. Tadahiro has the power to see the spirit world through his left eye, (which is [[MismatchedEyes [[MagicalEye colored differently from his right eye]],) but there isn't much he can do to defend himself from the demons Ayatachi throws at him. Fortunately, Yuzu is more than skilled when it comes to dispatching the nightmarish denizens of the spirit world, (and what she can't destroy with her ceremonial dagger, she will usually ''accidentally'' run over with her bicycle.)
9th Apr '13 4:59:46 AM Orihime
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When the demons become too much even for her to handle, she starts up the "Miko Council" at her local school, recruiting various members of her high school class and training them to become [[DemonSlaying demon hunters]]. They take to it surprisingly well and much character-driven hijinks ensue...

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When the demons become too much even for her to handle, she Yuzu starts up the "Miko Council" at her local school, recruiting various members of her high school class and training them to become [[DemonSlaying demon hunters]]. They take to it surprisingly well and much character-driven hijinks ensue...



* KissingCousins - Yuzu ikes Tadahiro, who is her cousin.



* TrainingFromHell - Yuzu's sister Kurako puts all of the aspiring mikos through this.

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* TrainingFromHell - Yuzu's eldest sister Kurako puts all of the aspiring mikos through this.



** Shizuka tries very hard to the epitome of Japanese femininity.
** Kurako is a shrine maiden who definitely ''looks'' like the trope, but puts the Council through regular TrainingFromHell so severe it borders sadism.

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** Played straight: Shizuka tries very hard to the epitome of Japanese femininity.
** Subverted: Kurako is a shrine maiden who definitely ''looks'' like the trope, but puts the Council through regular TrainingFromHell so severe it borders sadism.
8th Apr '13 10:55:21 AM Orihime
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Asagiri no Miko (朝霧の巫女) is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Hiroki Ugawa. The manga was serialized in Shōnen Gahōsha's Young King Ours. The manga is licensed in North America by Tokyopop and in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment. The manga was adapted into an anime series, directed by Yuji Moriyama. The anime was licensed in North America by Media Blasters.



* YamatoNadeshiko - Two

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* YamatoNadeshiko - TwoTwo... sorta.



** Kurako is a shrine maiden who definitely ''looks'' like the trope but puts the Council through regular TrainingFromHell so severe it borders sadism.

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** Kurako is a shrine maiden who definitely ''looks'' like the trope trope, but puts the Council through regular TrainingFromHell so severe it borders sadism.
7th Feb '13 3:12:23 PM MarkLungo
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* MarketBasedTitle - It's called ''Shrine of the Morning Mist'' in the English-speaking world.
6th Dec '12 9:36:04 AM Vilui
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* BigFancyHouse - Midoh's house is an extreme, played-for-laughs example

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* BigFancyHouse - Midoh's Shizuka's house is an extreme, played-for-laughs exampleexample.



* LittleMissSnarker (Yurikasa Chika)

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* LittleMissSnarker (Yurikasa Chika)- Chika



* LoveLetterLunacy - Seiko Rikiishi (who has had a long history of bad luck with boys) receives a love letter and thinks her days of loneliness are over. She obviously hasn't seen a lot of anime.

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* LoveLetterLunacy - Seiko Rikiishi (who has had a long history of bad luck with boys) receives a love letter and thinks her days of loneliness are over. She obviously hasn't seen a lot of anime.



* TransformationSequence - parodied in one episode when the miko's big flashy "transformation" turns out to be "mundanely rushing to the locker room to put on their priestess clothes."

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* TransformationSequence - parodied in one episode when the miko's mikos' big flashy "transformation" turns out to be "mundanely rushing to the locker room to put on their priestess clothes."



* YamatoNadeshiko -Two

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* YamatoNadeshiko -Two- Two
16th Sep '12 3:55:46 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* YamatoNadeshiko - Shizuka and Kurako

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* YamatoNadeshiko - Shizuka and Kurako-Two
**Shizuka tries very hard to the epitome of Japanese femininity.
**Kurako is a shrine maiden who definitely ''looks'' like the trope but puts the Council through regular TrainingFromHell so severe it borders sadism.
12th Sep '12 1:39:42 PM ChaoticNovelist
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Yuzu Hieda is an [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent ordinary high school freshman]] who also happens to be a [[{{Miko}} shrine maiden]]. Her childhood friend and cousin, Tadahiro Amatsu, is coming to live with her and her family. As Yuzu has had a long-standing crush on the boy, she is more than happy to see him again. Unfortunately he has recently become the target of Ayatachi, a mysterious masked sorcerer who wants him for some nefarious purpose. Tadahiro has the power to see the spirit world through his left eye, (which is [[MismatchedEyes colored differently from his right eye]],) but there isn't much he can do to defend himself from the demons Ayatachi throws at him. Fortunately, Yuzu is more than skilled when it comes to dispatching the nightmarish denizens of the spirit world, (and what she can't destroy with her ceremonial dagger, she will usually ''accidentally'' run over with her bicycle.)

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Yuzu Hieda is an [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent ordinary high school freshman]] who also happens to be a [[{{Miko}} shrine maiden]]. Her childhood friend and cousin, Tadahiro Amatsu, is coming to live with her and her family. As Yuzu has had a long-standing crush on the boy, she boy and is more than happy to see him again. Unfortunately he has recently become the target of Ayatachi, a mysterious masked sorcerer who wants him for some nefarious purpose. Tadahiro has the power to see the spirit world through his left eye, (which is [[MismatchedEyes colored differently from his right eye]],) but there isn't much he can do to defend himself from the demons Ayatachi throws at him. Fortunately, Yuzu is more than skilled when it comes to dispatching the nightmarish denizens of the spirit world, (and what she can't destroy with her ceremonial dagger, she will usually ''accidentally'' run over with her bicycle.)
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