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テルマエ・ロマエ 1 ❴PDF / Epub❵ ☆ テルマエ・ロマエ 1 Author Mari Yamazaki – Thomashillier.co.uk When Roman architect Lucius is criticized for his outdated thermae designs he retreats to the local bath to collect his thoughts All Lucius wants is to recapture the Rome of earlier days when one coul When Roman architect Lucius is criticized for his outdated thermae designs he retreats to the local bath to collect his thoughts All Lucius wants is to recapture the Rome of earlier days when one could enjoy a relaxing bath without the pressure of merchants and roughhousing patrons Slipping deeper into the warm water Lucius is suddenly caught in the suction and dragged through the drainage at the bottom of the bath He emerges coughing and sputtering amid a group of strange looking foreigners with the most peculiar bathhouse customsover years in the future in modern day Japan His contemporaries wanted him to modernize and so borrowing the customs of these mysterious bath loving people Lucius opens what uickly becomes the most popular new bathhouse in Rome Thermae Romae.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 368 pages
  • テルマエ・ロマエ 1
  • Mari Yamazaki
  • English
  • 23 December 2016

About the Author: Mari Yamazaki

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10 thoughts on “テルマエ・ロマエ 1

  1. Stewart Tame Stewart Tame says:

    Even by manga standards this title is wonderfully odd Lucius Modestus is an architect in the time of Emperor Hadrian specializing in public baths When submerged in a bath he somehow travels through time and space to emerge from a bath in modern day Japan He notes the features of Japanese baths and bathhouses and incorporates them into his own designs to great success upon returning to ancient Rome Really And it's fascinating The formula never seems to get old Mari Yamazaki's art is excellent and she's clearly done her homework There is a huge amount of attention to detail in this book part of what makes it so good The theme is unusual but presented with such love and skill that it's difficult to resist this book's charms

  2. Eva Eva says:

    Rating for the whole series IVVBath architect and engineer Lucius Modestus finds himself transported nearly 2000 years into the future after falling in a public bath and is inspired by modern Japan to solve the bath problems he faces in his Ancient Rome This becomes a recurring theme but given how each chapter approaches a different subject it never really gets stale In the end I learnt a lot about these 2 bathing cultures as well as about the Roman Empire in generalFor a comedy manga the art style is very good the semi realism reflects very well the different ethnicities of the characters and the backgrounds are also uite detailed Whether you want to learn about history bathing want to laugh or just look at underdressed people bathing I really recommend this seriesAh e a escritora viveu em Portugal durante uns anos e mostra fotos de ruínas cá nos livros

  3. Leticia Leticia says:

    Mirroring our lovely main character's thoughts I must say that the japanese are way too advanced In comics They have a popular series about an ancient roman architect stealing ideas for public baths' design from time slips into modern Japan which is actually a slightly erotic comedy seriesIt blew my mind and made me laugh then run to the store and buy the second volume so there Mission accomplished manga ka Now how could I possibly simulate this effect into brazilian comics?

  4. Noninuna Noninuna says:

    25 starsAn architect from the Roman empire got thru some random portal and come to the current day Japan He got inspired by what he saw in the Japanese modern day bathhouse and implement it to his time when he's back Well at first it was a kinda innovative type of story but then the story becomes repetitive and the book lost my interest

  5. Cherry Abittant Cherry Abittant says:

    375 stars

  6. Jenika Ioffreda Jenika Ioffreda says:

    A funny and original story very well drawn I enjoyed it and I look forward to read the rest of the series

  7. Ryan Ryan says:

    Great manga I'm not a big fan of manga in general but this is a blast It's about an ancient Roman bath designer who time slips into modern Japan Each chapter his visit to Japan helps him solve some bath related problem and become famous as a bath designer in Rome The twist he thinks he's just getting washed up into some sort of slaves' uarters and assumes the flat faced tribe he's meeting are contemporary slaves of the Roman Empire at first anyway The stories are interesting and have a good sense of humor It can be super patriotic for Japanese people at times but that was part of the humor for me The thesis is essentially The Japanese are so great at bathing that even the ancient Romans are impressed and they were famous for being good bathers It's silly but terrific The first four or five volumes at least of the Japanese editions are now available in 2 volumes in English in the US if anyone is interested

  8. Jason Bloom Jason Bloom says:

    Although I found the subject of this manga is uite uniue it certainly was not uniue in the wide world of Japanese comics which revel in niche subjects like Mah Jong and Sake brewing The connection between Japan and Ancient Rome through the shared love of bathing and bathing culture was an interesting take and one that I had given little thought before I read this volume Although it was a comedy the time travel trope and flat face comments grew a bit weary but still couldn't dim the overall experience I enjoyed it and loved the chapter breaks with actually experiences from the author herself who apparently is uite the world traveler and has many pictures to prove it All in all I would definitely recommend it

  9. Finlay Finlay says:

    I watched the movie version of this a few years ago a funny story where a Roman man time travels to modern Japan via hot springs The manga lives up to expectations although the vocabulary and kanji are still a little above my level at this point Good art and good historical research by the author She writes mini essays between each chapter which I kind of skimmed but were interesting tidbits about Roman culture and modern Italy and the difference with JapanVery interested to see that only the English version of this book censors the penis on the cover Come on guys we can do better than this 🙄

  10. Lauren Lauren says:

    Completely fabulous I can't imagine how this story came to be but it's wonderful Lucius Modestus saves the Empire one bath or toilet at a time falling through a drain to voyage through time and space to modern day Japan He is in constant anguish about how this barbarian culture can eual or even surpass Rome at the same time ripping off their ideas for his commissions in the Roman Empire winning the favour of the Emperor and citizens

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