A seminal history of Date Masamune. Yokoyama has a plain and matter of fact style for history without really trying to dramatize it. More.
A wounded soldier with a disturbed mind kidnaps the priest who tries to help him. He then has the brilliant idea of going AWOL with the priest. He's in the middle of the African desert in WWII, with supplies running low and his sanity (or is it his morality?) long gone. All that's left is sex and agony. And maybe, eventually, death. More.
"A beautiful wolf with silver hair and silver eyes -- surely I'll be captured..." More.
Among the warrior class, those who mock the honor of others and stain their own are hated. The newly-wed Udagawa Gosuke and Shino are two people trying to live in this rigid society as husband and wife. Moved by Shino’s honest and sincere personality, Gosuke becomes determined to live freely! His goal? To establish the world’s best swordsmanship dojo!! Let’s raise the curtain on this pure samurai More.
A highly satisfying collection of shorts featuring both lovely art and good writing. As is usually the case with this author, the historical tales are more appealing than the ones in modern settings. 1) Romance Hidden In The Leaves 2) The Road Through Dreams 3) Sign of A World's Love 4) Dacing Foam on Jade Skin 5) Gentle Darkness 6) A Snow White Chest More.
A series of short stories. The main one is about a grandmother telling a child, Hana, the story of the princess of the moon, Kaguya. The second one explores further into the story after grandmother's story is told. More.
- Gender bender
- Martial arts
- One shot
- School life
- Sci fi
- Shoujo ai
- Shounen ai
- Slice of life