GATE: Where the JSDF Fought

Alt title: Gate: Jietai Kare no Chi nite, Kaku Tatakeri

GATE: Where the JSDF Fought

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Nihonkoku Shoukan

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In the Great Orient, lies the continent called Rodenius. One day, an unidentified flying object arrived at Qua-Toyne Principality’s airspace. The unidentified flying object defied the Principality’s common sense. But that unidentified flying object was just a harbinger of something even more shocking. Far to the eastern sea, a group of islands suddenly appeared. The country of the islands called itself: Japan. According to them, their nation had been transported to another world.Now finding themselves separated from their old world and must survive in the new one, how will Japan interact with the native countries of this world? Will they greet her as a friend or as an enemy?

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Grizz Grizz says...

Both these manga feature the JSDF taking on foes in another world!                                   

somebodywhoreads somebodywhoreads says...

In GATE - its a gate so worldwide politics are in play [as in bad things will happen if they try to take over and occupy the whole dimension]

In Nihonkoku - Japan is transported, and they have to play more aggressively because they have to import most of their resources from external countries, so they need to play god to set balance.

drjoga drjoga says...

In Gate a gate to the fantasy world appears in Japan and in Japan Summons, the entire country of Japan is summoned into another world.

Both involve JSDF fightigh in another world, but in Gate it also involve modern Earth's politics in addition to another world's politics.

The ego of modern military power, modern weapons, patriot, morals, human rights, war, politics.

Overlord

Overlord

What do you do when your favorite game shuts down? Momonga decided to stay logged in right up until the very end. But when the servers go dark, he finds himself transported into the game world--and he's been transformed into his skeletal avatar from the game, awesome magical powers included! But what if he's the villain of his own story?

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If you liked Overlord or Gate: Jieitai Kanochi nite, Kaku Tatakaeri you'd also like the other one because both shows tell the story of a male protagonist from our world going to a fantasy universe with a twist that they're backed up by a military force much stronger than their potential rivals and both take part in the conquest of the fantasy worlds they are in.

Overlord and Gate have also strong focus on politics and diplomacy, dealing with both opponents and allies. The thing I find differing both shows is that Gate has much cuter girls, but they're also there in Overlord too.

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When the average Japanese salaryman is suddenly thrown into in a world wracked with warfare and hardship by a supernatural power, they might first think to hide or run away. But not Tanya Degurechaff. A calculating and utilitarian man has been reborn as a child soldier. This young girl will do anything to rise in rank and find a way to live a life of comfort, and woe to any king, country, or god who stands in her way.

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Nihonkoku Shoukan (Light Novel)

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In the Great Orient, lies the continent called Rodenius. One day, an unidentified flying object arrived at Qua-Toyne Principality’s airspace. The unidentified flying object defied the Principality’s common sense. But that unidentified flying object was just a harbinger of something even more shocking. Far to the eastern sea, a group of islands suddenly appeared. The country of the islands called itself: Japan. According to them, their nation had been transported to another world. Now finding themselves separated from their old world and must survive in the new one, how will Japan interact with the native countries of this world? Will they greet her as a friend or as an enemy? This is a story of the country called Japan as it was engulfed in the chaotic storm of the world.

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