Tenohira Kaitaku Mura de Isekai Kenkokuki: Fueteku Yome-tachi to Nonbiri Mujintou Life

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    Tenohira Kaitaku Mura de Isekai Kenkokuki: Fueteku Yome-tachi to Nonbiri Mujintou Life
    てのひら開拓村で異世界建国記 ~増えてく嫁たちとのんびり無人島ライフ~

    Publisher: Media Factory
    Author: Kon Hoshizaki
    Illustrator: Aruya (GJ-bu)


    Kai was reincarnated into another world. Picked up by a priest with his sister, they're raised learning about the Gods and Blessings. When he discovers his own blessing, he finds that he can go to a pocket world in which he can satisfy his hobby farming.

    At the Coming of Age ceremony, it is revealed that Kai's Blessing comes from a God not accepted by the Church. So he's dragged away and abandoned on an island. With his game like pocket dimension ability, he now works to not only survive, but thrive on the monster infested island.


    For anyone that knows games like Stardew Valley, Animal Crossing, and other farm management games, the protagonist's ability is essentially the ability to play that with his own body. It's a pretty fun management series as he does different things to level up his Blessing. Leveling up his blessing gives him more versatility like being able to recruit humans (like manifest in his world NPCs rather than sentient characters), create teleport points, expand his area, and even grow little fairy like creatures to act as warriors.

    The romance in the series is on the lighter side where MC is young so most of the characters tend to be young as well. The girls are cute though and fun to read about with their quirks like a gluttonous elf, needy magic cyborg, and gullible knight.

    The series is complete with 7 volumes which makes it a nice short completed series and I think it would be a good addition for those of us that like management style series.

    Volume 1 Cover

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    I've been keeping tabs on the manga for this and I have to say I've been quite enjoying it.

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    I love reading this manga. I would add this to my reading list hands down