Lists with This Book. Hey Mr. Trainman A few days later, Train Man received a package from the woman: A very small part of the story I know, but I really appreciated the effort at displaying realism. Archived from the original on September 25, Then, just like in real life, a couple of days afterwards his hair is back to looking like a shorter version of his hairstyle before it got cut. This story first came to public attention as postings from March through May this year on a message board on the Web site 2 Channel Nichanneru in which Trainman asked for and received advice from fellow geeks on how to approach Miss Hermes.
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Zulkisida Hey Mr. Trainman No reviews have been submitted for this title. Finally he plucks up the courage to call her and they agree to meet for dinner — his first ever date with a woman. Lists with This Book. Luckily for Train, he has an online forum where he posts all the latest details of his romance and asks for advice.
A very small part of the story I know, but I really appreciated the effort at displaying realism. Densha Otoko Train Man Novel — John Nee rated it it was amazing Jun 01, Australian National University Most of his days are spent immersed in electronics and worshipping the beautiful, yet two-dimensional, women oroko his life. Immediately upon returning home, Densha gets online and divulges all of the nights juicy details to a chat room he frequents.
No characters for this manga have been added to this title. Be the first to make a review here! Jul 07, Lea rated it really liked it Shelves: In his first posting he tells of his chance encounter in the train; two days later he receives a set of Hermes teacups from her as a thank-you gift and obsesses online on whether or not to telephone her and ask for a date.
Archived from the original on September 25, The reaction of Miss Hermes when Trainman belatedly shows her the log of his postings about their private affairs was particularly unbelievable to me. Oct 22, Genres: In April they have tea together at her home using the gift teacups and in May he goes shopping with her for a computer.
Brotherhood 2 Kimi no Na wa. More Top Anime 1 Fullmetal Alchemist: Retrieved August 16, Jan 11, Jay rated it did not like it Shelves: Plus, not to be outdone, each character looks unique, which is something that many manga artists have a problem with. Wahyu Wijayanti rated it really liked it Dec 20, Anim rated it liked it May 21, A list of inconsistencies in the story has been collated, including Train Man being too young to have a university degree and be in the workforce for three years.
Someday I will magically meet Miss Right, rescue her like a knight on a white horse, be transformed into Mr. They have another dinner date, at which a friend of hers checks him out, and start exchanging cell-phone messages daily.
Densha Otoko : Hitoro Nakano : They may have Net skills, but they lack the ability to realize that not all clients share their attitude to cell-phone messaging, which they find as denaha as breathing.
These postings from Trainman reporting on the progress of his new relationship, and of encouragement from hundreds of anonymous well-wishers, were published in book-form by Shinchosha last month, selling overcopies in three weeks. This led to the compilation of the relevant threads in a book, followed by several manga versions, a movie, a theatrical play later released as a DVDand finally a TV otok. TOP 10 Related.
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Zulkisida Hey Mr. Trainman No reviews have been submitted for this title. Finally he plucks up the courage to call her and they agree to meet for dinner — his first ever date with a woman. Lists with This Book. Luckily for Train, he has an online forum where he posts all the latest details of his romance and asks for advice. A very small part of the story I know, but I really appreciated the effort at displaying realism.
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Music 8. I loved that it is based on a true story, this makes much of the content easier to relate to. Much of the conflict in this series is completely internal to the main character, something I expected to get old, but as you see Yamada Tsuyoshi grow as a person it never actually does get old. His growth seems natural and believable, and this makes every conflict and triumph meaningful to the series as a whole. The small side stories all eventually tie into the end of this series leaving the end feeling complete rather than lacking. Seeing some of the otaku culture is also quite interesting and really adds to the story.