Japanese Alice

Alice in Wonderland: Japanese Manga Version, by Lewis Carroll/ Kinoshita Sakura.

Published by Comics Gentosha 2009.

Softback cartoon version of the Alice story, in Japanese.

Well, it looks like a pretty faithful telling of the Carroll story, but it’s hard to tell, as my Japanese is non-existent- even worse than Google’s translation system, and that’s amusing enough: for example the translation given of the product description:

The girl jumped to chase the White Rabbit that Alice was a strange and mysterious world full of nonsense “Alice” to the best of Love, full of all-color comics.

…and one of the reviews…

Alice is expressed as a painting medium variety is often is a solemn reminiscent of the 19th century Britain, but for many, it also, she’s in this book girl manga exactly. The man smelled kitsch, which has become very familiar feel. Alice is also available at such. Pretty hard to say which is better than none of Tta but not a lot of the stories are all reproduced, unexpectedness is unreasonable in some countries feel from the original dream which I think is well embodied.

Fantastic šŸ™‚

I do like the way Alice’s outfit changes in each section of the book- that’s both dreamlike and really rather pretty.

This was sent via Amazon Japan as a thank-you to my mum for putting up a Japanese visitor. She’s working hard for me… šŸ˜‰


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