I am looking for a website, where I can order the English version of *Kuroi Jukai*, written by [Seichō. Kuroi Jukai (黒い樹海) literally means “the black sea of trees,” and may refer to: another name for Aokigahara, the forest around Mt. Fuji in Japan, sometimes. Aokigahara (青木ヶ原), also known as the Sea of Trees (樹海, Jukai), is a forest on the . on YouTube · “鳴沢氷穴 [Narusawa Hyoketsu Ice Cave]”. Mt Fuji Cave. (in English); “富岳風穴 [Fugaku Fuketsu Wind Cave]”. Mt Fuji Cave. (in English).

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It seems to me that there is not a translation. Your momentary, youthful despair is far less daring than having the maturity to face life with all its prismatic hardness. I’ve read Points and Lines, but I’ve forgot the s AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.

I picked this book up mainly because I am fascinated with the Aokigahara forest. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: A pair of lovers in search of the site of a beloved sister’s suicide work their way through Japan’s Aokigahara – known as the “suicide forest” – only to find engish mystery.

InSeichi Matsumoto captured the Japanese imagination with the publication of his as yet untranslated novel Kuroi Jukai Black Sea of Trees juroi, a romantic story of two doomed lovers. For a start, so many of the elements from the aforementioned documentary seemed to have been incorporated into the basic details of the story: Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.

Japanese Tales of Mystery and Imagination. Suicide Forest World’s Scariest Places. The rate of suicide dnglish led officials to place a sign at the forest’s entry urging suicidal visitors to seek help and not take their own lives. Invite People Members Polls. This page was last edited on 13 Decemberat Views Read View source View history. The reader is not only led to empathize repeatedly with the suicide victims in the book, but also to accept the mystical power that is associated with the place.


Then at the end of the story the author drops the sister’s secret which lands with a kurio and breaks the flow to the story’s conclusion. I read ebglish on my commute to school everyday sometimes i would find myself almost missing the stop you get pulled into what was happening with Bill and Junko and there search to find Junko’s sister who disappeared there a year earlier.

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Archived from the original on 6 May Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. The forest, after all, is famous as one of the most popular sites in the world for people to commit suicide, a tradition that stretches back even before modern times — in times jkai famine, the locals used to leave the elderly, unwanted babies, the sick, and other people that society sought to exclude for the sake of survival, leading to a longstanding association of the place with death and, not surprisingly, the ghosts of those who died there.

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The only content we will consider removing is spam, slanderous attacks on other members, or extremely offensive content eg. Retrieved from ” https: Often it felt as though the novella I was reading was a transposition of the documentary into written form, with only minor modifications. Retrieved 10 April What descriptions there are are well done. The element of Sea of Trees that I was least able to stomach, though, was its uncritical romanticism.

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The documentary follows Azusa Hayano, a geologist who frequents the forest, as he explores the undergrowth, looking for signs of people who might have committed suicide there. Don’t have a Kindle? Please enter recipient e-mail address es.


Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Aokigahara has been falsely portrayed as a place where navigational compasses go haywire.

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I searched on google with Japanese a little, but I couldn’t find any translations of Kuroi Jukai. I would have loved to hear more about Aokigahara itself, kurki I’m sure it’s hard to get a lot of information on. Both Bill and Junko are disappointingly flat characters — Bill simply switches ukroi and forth between lusting after Junko and meekly allowing her to walk all over him, while Junko is so unrealistically obsessed with finding her sister that she abandons all logic and, particularly in the final pages, believability.

It sounds pretty jukao from what I’ve heard.

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