Thermae Romae, Vol. 1 MOBI Ä Thermae Romae, PDF/EPUB

Thermae Romae, Vol. 1 MOBI Ä Thermae Romae,  PDF/EPUB When Roman architect Lucius is criticized for his outdated thermae designs, he retreats to the local bath to collect his thoughts All Lucius wants is to recapture the Rome of earlier days, when one could enjoy a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 quickly becomes the most popular new bathhouse in Rome Thermae Romae


10 thoughts on “Thermae Romae, Vol. 1

  1. Soobie& Soobie& says:

    Beh, visto che il film uscir a giugno per quelli della Tucker Film Friulians do it betteril caso di mettersi finalmente a leggere tutta la serie Avevo anche cominciato ma poi, con la scusa che i volumetti uscivano ogni morte di papa mi ero anche dimenticata di quello che stava succedendo Cos Anche se di solito leggo solo unicamente shojo, ogni tanto mi metto a leggere qua


  2. 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 r


  3. ROSE ROSE says:

    Je ne suis pas fana de mangas, en r gle g n rale, mais celui ci m a vraiment s duite par l originalit de son sujet En plus de nous faire passer un bon et dr le moment, l auteure nous offre aussi quelques le ons sur le th me des bains de l Antiquit nos jours.Beaucoup d l ments s duise l historienne de l art que j ai t , tudiante, et j ai enfin trouv un manga que je ne trouve pas nia


  4. Veronica Minucci Veronica Minucci says:

    Lo ho semplicemente amato.


  5. Luana Luana says:

    Roma, 128 d.C., Lucio un architetto che si vede respingere un progetto per la costruzione di uno stabilimento termale, visto che la sua idea viene bollata come fin troppo antiquata per poter essere apprezzata a Roma, una citt in costante evoluzione Deluso da questo giudizio e rimasto senza un lavoro, Lucio decide di seguire il consiglio di un amico e di andare a rilassarsi proprio alle terme


  6. 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 series.It blew my mind and made me laugh, then run to the store and buy the second volume, so there Mission accomp


  7. Gwenn Desliens Gwenn Desliens says:

    cette critique est pour la s rie compl te en 6 tomes Thermae Romae est un des mangas les plus brillants que vous lirez C est un tr sor d humour donc chaque dessin est remarquablement soign Les dialogues nous font passer de la fascination au fou rire en quelques secondes Lucius devient un ami dont on reconnait les mimiques par c ur Et quand on pense qu il ne peut plus nous surprendre, il se r invente L


  8. Sergio Arroyo Sergio Arroyo says:

    El arquitecto romano Lucius Modestus se ba a en una terma p blica del siglo II y, accidentalmente, descubre un portal que lo transporta en el tiempo al siglo XXI japon s , casualmente, a un Sent o ba o p blico Maravillado por las cosas que ve y los avances en los ba os p blicos, regresa al pasado y abre sus propios ba os p blicos Lamentablemente, la interesante idea se repite una y otra vez en cada cap tul


  9. Noninuna Noninuna says:

    2.5 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.


  10. Miguel Gosselin Dionne Miguel Gosselin Dionne says:

    Bien document et original On aurait cependant appr ci une histoire qui ne soit pas limit e aux hommes, puisque les femmes aussi sont utilisatrices de bains


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