Japan Sinks: ist eine Animeserie aus dem Hause Netflix und wurde von Devilman Crybaby-Regisseur Masaaki Yuasa kreiert. Die Serie basiert auf e. Japan Sinkt: ist ein Anime des Studios»Science SARU Inc.«mit dem Hauptgenre Drama. Beschreibung: Eine Serie verheerender Erdbeben erschüttert. Finde hier alle News und Videos der Serie Japan sinkt: Zusammenfassung: Im Jahr wird Japan von mehreren verheerenden Erdbeben erschüttert.
Japan sinkt: 2020Japan Sinkt: ist ein Anime des Studios»Science SARU Inc.«mit dem Hauptgenre Drama. Beschreibung: Eine Serie verheerender Erdbeben erschüttert. Finde hier alle News und Videos der Serie Japan sinkt: Zusammenfassung: Im Jahr wird Japan von mehreren verheerenden Erdbeben erschüttert. Japan sinkt. Wissenschaftlich-phantastischer Roman, auch bekannt als Wenn Japan versinkt (Originaltitel: Nippon Chimbotsu) ist ein Science-Fiction-Roman.
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Mar 06, E. Map --Japan Sinks. View 1 comment. Average read. The Netflix series is average as well. Both the first story in the book and the first episode of the adaptation made me want to DNF both.
Nov 20, Karen rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I have no idea where I got the idea to read this book.
Its Japanese sci-fi, in translation, from Its not on any lists that I might have encountered, and I cant think of what else I might have been reading reviews of that would have had someone mention this; people at Amazon often refer to other books that I fairly often investigate to some degree.
But I went searching for this book, and requested it from Central Storage at the library. It was waiting for me. I dont know how many I have no idea where I got the idea to read this book.
I read it in a few days but kept it for six whole weeks, and not once did anyone appear on any kind of wait list for it. My interest in plate tectonics iis probably why I went so far as to get and read this book.
The premise of the book is actually quite interesting: Geological processes are effecting a giant rift in the sea bed that topples the Japanese archipelago right into the chasms below.
Everything is going to go. One lone scientist has predicted it. Who will listen? Is it even possible to evacuate everyone in time?
There are also no women in it, except for two, both of whom are brought into the story for the sole purpose of giving the main character someone to have sex with not at the same time.
Not having women in a novel really limits what the novel can do. The two women end up having sex with Sub Pilot. This is the first Japanese science fiction book I have read in a while, so I am not sure what uniquely Japanese science fiction conventions are at play that I am not recognizing.
But basically no one believes the scientist until it is really too late to save everyone. In real life, I like to believe that with earthquakes killing people here and volcanoes killing millions of people there, at a frequency of about every couple of weeks, people would believe him and take action long before they do.
More than the first half of the book is about the scientist gathering data and being frustrated and not being listened to, or being heard but no one in the government doing anything.
They are afraid to ask other nations to house their refugees. There is this striking several pages where officials are reporting on their discreet enquiries to Australia asking if it would be OK if five million or so people set up shop in the Outback if they promised not to be any trouble.
The world is portrayed in the novel as generally hospitable and concerned, and countries step up with real estate and airplanes and ships to start evacuating, once the evacuation plans are in place, but it was so sad to see the Japanese characters worry about asking for help.
No way would that happen in an American book. Japan has had a very unusual century, and it is even now struggling with balancing its past reputation with its present one.
Watch all you want. More Details. This show is More Originals. The family takes a photo to celebrate the reunion, but the celebration is interrupted by a burning helicopter passing overhead; the butchered bodies of its passengers fall from the sky, while the helicopter spirals downward and crashes in a firestorm.
The survivors on the hilltop receive news that water levels around them are suddenly rising, that the Okinawa Islands have sunk, and the Ibaraki region is being flooded.
The next day, the survivors decide to leave their refuge, and the Mutous, alongside Nanami and former runner Haruo, decide to separate from the rest of the group after one of Go's foreign gamer friends communicates that the west side of the country still has electricity.
They enter a forest, where they find plentiful water and Koichiro hunts a boar, but Ayumu, sickened by the sight of the boar being cut, refuses to eat it.
The next day, while digging for Japanese yams , Koichiro strikes an unexploded WWII bomb with his shovel and is killed instantly when it explodes.
With the death of her father weighing on her conscience, Ayumu struggles to keep pace with the group and sparks an argument with her mother.
A passing survivor gives the group a ride in his vehicle, only to attempt to rape Nanami when they attempt to stop and refuel. Nanami and Mari fight and defeat the man and take his vehicle; Nanami also takes the man's glasses and gives them to Haruo replacing his old cracked up ones , an act which stirs feeling of jealousy in Ayumu.
After having to abandon the vehicle at an impasse, the group travels up a mountainside, coming into view of Mount Fuji. When Ayumu asks Nanami to accompany her into a nearby gully to urinate and talk about Haruo, Nanami inhales toxic gas seeping into the gully from under the ground and dies instantly.
When he offers to take someone with him to safety and offers Go an Estonian chocolate bar, Ayumu, now racked with even more regret, lashes out at KITE.
They stop at an empty supermarket to scavenge for supplies, where Ayumu briefly opens up to Haruo about hoping to see him run again, but an unseen assailant inside the store abruptly begins shooting arrows at the family.
An arrow strikes Go in the chest as the episode concludes. The arrow that hits Go is stopped by the portable game system he had stored in his travel pack, saving his life.
The attacker and store owner, Kunio, comes out to help Go and to apologize; the elderly man allows the group to stay the night in his store and fixes Go's game system as a storm rages outside.
KITE informs the group that a nearby nuclear plant has failed and its fallout is contaminating the rain; the next day, he informs the group that the ground around them is unstable and that they need to leave.
As the group is preparing to leave, another earthquake strikes, and Kunio offers them the use of his truck. They escape the collapsing mountainside and head toward Shan City, only to discover as they drive that the topography has changed dramatically and their maps have become unusable.
Along the route, Mari picks up an eccentric English hitchhiker, Daniel; when Kunio, who holds resentment towards foreigners, objects to Daniel's joining them, Mari reveals that she is Filipino.
The group arrives at Shan City, where they are welcomed warmly and allowed to bathe and eat at the cafeteria, leading Haruo to disclose to the group that he watched his mother be crushed to death in their home during the earthquake.
Kunio is revealed to be a morphine addict suffering from withdrawal. Ayumu notices that the cut on her shin has become infected.
The Mutoh family tries to adapt to life in Shan City, with Go and Ayumu trying out the local school and Mari and Haruo working in the city's marijuana plantation.
Ayumu is later sent to care for a wounded mute man at the community hospital. They soon find that the settlement is built around Kanae Murota, whom the community calls "Mother"; the leader of the community, she is a medium who speaks with the dead using objects formerly used by the deceased.
Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Episodes Seasons. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Ryan Bartley Go 10 episodes, Billy Kametz Ayumu 10 episodes, Grace Lynn Kung Mari 9 episodes, Aleks Le Additional voices 7 episodes, Katelyn Gault Koichiro 5 episodes, Kim Strauss Edit Storyline An ordinary family is put to the test as a series of massive earthquakes throw Japan into total mayhem.
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