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?
It shows disturbing images but it doesnt really F*ck with your mind and by every chapter i realize that it was going to be an all war-no-plot kind of manga so i kinda stalled it for a bit but it is gonna excite you when you read it tho
Nihonkoku Shoukan, also known as Japan Summons, is a masterpiece of a manga that is both thought-provoking and entertaining. The story follows the journey of Japan as it is transported to another world, where it must learn to survive and thrive in a new environment. The manga is well-written and engaging, with a complex plot that keeps the reader guessing. The characters are well-developed and relatable, and the world-building is top-notch. Nihonkoku Shoukan is not afraid to tackle difficult topics, such as the nature of government, war, and diplomacy. One of the things that makes Nihonkoku Shoukan so special is its realistic portrayal of international relations. The manga does not shy away from the fact that countries are often motivated by self-interest, and that conflict is often the result of misunderstanding and miscalculation. However, the manga also shows that it is possible for countries to cooperate and work together for the common good. Nihonkoku Shoukan is a must-read for fans of political intrigue, military strategy, and thought-provoking fiction. It is a manga that will stay with you long after you finish reading it. Here are some of the things that make Nihonkoku Shoukan a 10/10 masterpiece: The plot is complex and engaging, with plenty of twists and turns to keep the reader guessing. The characters are well-developed and relatable, with their own unique motivations and goals. The world-building is top-notch, with a detailed and realistic depiction of the other world that Japan is transported to. The manga tackles difficult topics in a mature and thought-provoking way. The manga is not afraid to challenge the reader's assumptions about government, war, and diplomacy. The manga is ultimately a hopeful story about the power of cooperation and the importance of working together for the common good. If you are looking for a manga that is both entertaining and thought-provoking, then Nihonkoku Shoukan is a must-read. It is a masterpiece of the genre that will stay with you long after you finish reading it.
Why send individual people into another world, if you can send the whole Japan islands? The closest series to this one is Gate, but this one manages to be different and dare I say more interesting. The settings of the new world seem in the beginning to be typical middle age fantasy with humans, elfs and other races, but that is not the case. It has pretty interesting world. It seems the whole world is mix of various nations, which were summoned at one point in the history. You have Napoleon era French Empire alike nation with muskets and cannons, middle eastern nations wielding scimitars, early twentieth century country and even kingdom being basically Japan at the time of shogunate. Twenty-first century Japan is thrown into the mix as it tries to establish its place in the new world. It has focus on diplomacy and war like the Gate series had, except it doesn’t downplay itself with obvious waifu characters or particular MC on the Japan’s side. It has the same glorification of the military vibes. In this world there is magic as well and the daemon lord  with his hordes of goblins, orcs and other vicious creatures. It does portray various heinous war atrocities on the part of less developed kingdoms or on the side of the daemon lord. Daemon lord and his hordes are treating humans as cattle. They eat them. Japan military aka self-defence forces are here to save the day. Speaking of story there is no particular single main character. It’s more like following episodes concerning certain events from the viewpoint of few characters. It has lot of military action. It has bit of mystery behind the history, because there are hints there was some advanced civilization in the past. The Japan has to get necessary resources as other try to align themselves with this new superpower. Visually the manga aims for more realistic art style. The military and overall technology is drawn in detail. Overall, I had fun going through the manga so far. If you like military battles in Gate series, you are going to enjoy this series as well. Just keep in mind there are some rather gruesome parts. Japanese difficulty 7/10 (see my profile for details about various difficulty scores) This series doesn’t have furigana. The text volume is around medium level. However, the sentences tend to use complicated words and made-up terminology. This series always felt to be on the harder side. I do not recommend the series for beginners. This review is written after reading 6 volumes (all existing at the time). Spoilers  They manage to destroy him rather too quickly, but is he truly dead? I don’t know.
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