Anime, manga, and other lovely otaku things are enjoyed not just in Japan, but around the world. Here at MANGA.TOKYO we want to share Japanese otaku culture with everyone and that is why we want to introduce you to amateur creators from around the world! We hope that they’ll inspire you to create something yourself!
The first amateur work we are going to introduce you to is the adult-oriented manga Tsumi Yo (Japanese for ‘World of Sins’) written by Michal-Sky AKA Jodminster from Germany and Prajak Janpetch of Si-O from Thailand.
This manga is more than just an erohon (erotic manga) as it has an intriguing story along with interesting characters. We are looking forward to seeing where this manga will go in the future.
In a godforsaken world 7 races exist, each representing one of the deadly sins.
While some formed a working society, others live in isolation and wage war against each other.
A prophecy tells of a child between angels and demons that will bring a great change.
Qaji is a berserker who left his clan in fear of his own power. One day he saves an unusual
succubus girl named Nea. Despite being from rivalling races they slowly start growing closer.
But no one could image the great scheme that led to their fateful encounter, not the events
that will follow.
The characters are beautifully designed. The first two characters we meet are the cute succubus Nea and the cool Berserker Qaji.
The story shows how the two meet, and how they may slowly learn to trust each other.
The Tsumi Yo Patreon is updated with character introductions and concept art of the characters that inhabit the world. One of our personal favorite designs is the half-sucubus, half-beserker Tajo. Who says muscular women can’t be sexy?
Supporters of the Patreon can see exclusive scenes (including scenes of an adult nature ♥).
If you would like to see more of Tsumi Yo then you can read the first chapter on the ‘manga’ tab of the Tsumi Yo website.
*Tsumi Yo itself contains adult scenes of a highly adult nature. Please avoid if you are under 18.
Other than the manga itself, all other pages can be enjoyed by people of all ages.