Although the memory of the magazine that published this work is uncertain, I think it was a format like a read-only series in which all the manga artists who are closely related to Tokiwaso relay their memories of Tokiwaso. Surely, everyone was alive, including Professor Tezuka, so it was really an all-star competition for a manga artist from Tokiwaso. As an elementary school or junior high school student, I remember reading it with excitement. Each manga artist's thoughts about Tokiwa-so are drawn out, and the story of one place is drawn from various viewpoints, so it is a very valuable project if you think about it. I was always excited to see how each manga artist felt like this, and even if it was the same thing, it would look like this when the viewpoint changed. Most of the manga artists were drawn in my novel style, but only Ishimori has no lines, so I try to connect with the image I tried in "Fantasy World Jun". It was drawn with the technique. Even in the mind of a child, I remember having a reverence that this person is a different man painter.
Exactly Ishimori ism. I was overwhelmed by the greatness, talent and experimentability of a single Manga artist in a good way. When the author himself opens the door to enter the room from the hallway of Tokiwa-so, the locomotive that came to Tokyo is up. Even if you don't say anything, the frames so far will give you the recollection from the time you moved to Tokyo. The author of the school uniform, in front of his baggage, took a shot in the room, went out into the hallway, boiled the hot water in the communal kitchen, brought it home, and saw the brilliant sun this time It is a cut that helps the author who is writing the manuscript together. After experiencing the heat of summer and the damage of bedbugs, members of the doujinshi "Sumijiru Drop", members of Tokiwa-so, and the cold winter blizzard, the residents of Tokiwa-so who had been there turn their back to the corridor. I will put a cut to go. The loneliness of the author who remained at Tokiwa-so until the end was handed down. The author at that time ends with a picture of Tokiwa-so, which has become ruins.
It is a work that connects the rise and fall of Tokiwa-so on a short page with only the image of the image, but it conveys all the joy, fun, pain and loneliness. When I felt that this did not describe the ups and downs of Tokiwa-so, but the beginning and end of the youth of the author, tears fell naturally.