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The final chapter of Satoru Noda’s incomparible historical / adventure / gag / gourmet manga, Golden Kamuy, was published today in Japan in Shueisha’s Weekly Young Jump seinen manga magazine, and to celebrate the series’ eight year run, an enormous installation entitled “THE SNOW COMIC” was crafted in the snows of Hokkaido with the help of local snow artist Tomohiro Kajiyama.

 

 

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“THE SNOW COMIC” measures approximately 100 meters (about 328 feet) in width and 70 meters (about 230 feet) in height, and after it was completed, it was photographed from above via drone. Images of “THE SNOW COMIC” are being displayed in Shinagawa and Shinjuku in Tokyo and in Sapporo and Obihiro in Hokkaido. The ads feature a tag-line that translates to: “The footprints of the pair are engraved in the land of the north.”

 

 

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Golden Kamuy began serialization in Weekly Young Jump in August of 2014, and the 31st and final volume of the manga is scheduled to be released in Japan on July 19, 2022. An English language version of Golden Kamuy is also available from Viz Manga. Crunchyroll streams the Golden Kamuy TV anime, and describes the story of the series as follows:

 

The story takes place in the mighty Northern field of Hokkaido, the time is in the turbulent late Meiji Era. A post war soldier Sugimoto, aka, “Immortal Sugimoto” was in need of large sums of money for a particular purpose…. What awaited Sugimoto, who stepped into Hokkaido’s Gold Rush with dreams of making a fortune, was a tattoo map leading to a hidden treasure based on hints inscribed on the bodies of convicts in Abashiri Prison?! The magnificent nature of Hokkaido vs vicious convicts and the meeting with a pure Ainu girl, Asirpa!! A survival battle for a hidden treasure hunt begins!

 

Source: Comic Natalie

 

Copyright notice: © Satoru Noda / Shueisha

 

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