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佐為が消え、自分の力だけを頼りに棋士の高みへと歩き出したヒカル。一方、その傑出した強さで、歴戦の棋士達を脅かす存在となったアキラ。日本囲碁界の新時代を背負うであろうその二人が、遂に真の初対局を迎える!!


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佐為が消え、自分の力だけを頼りに棋士の高みへと歩き出したヒカル。一方、その傑出した強さで、歴戦の棋士達を脅かす存在となったアキラ。日本囲碁界の新時代を背負うであろうその二人が、遂に真の初対局を迎える!!

30 review for ヒカルの碁 17、なつかしい笑顔

  1. 4 out of 5

    Nicolo

    Hikaru is playing go again and he managed to get a semblance of closure with Sai. This volume marked a return to what made it great. This would have been a good ending point.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dorin

    This could've been indeed a good ending point for the series. Finally, a match between Akira and Hikaru. Things are settling down, there's talk about the „young wave”, Isumi is passing the pro test, Toya Sensei is signing with a Chinese team, and Hikaru... well, Hikaru understands that Sai's time was up. The finale feels nicely done, and for once, the story feels complete. But the story doesn't end here. So I'm looking forward to what's next. This could've been indeed a good ending point for the series. Finally, a match between Akira and Hikaru. Things are settling down, there's talk about the „young wave”, Isumi is passing the pro test, Toya Sensei is signing with a Chinese team, and Hikaru... well, Hikaru understands that Sai's time was up. The finale feels nicely done, and for once, the story feels complete. But the story doesn't end here. So I'm looking forward to what's next.

  3. 4 out of 5

    David

    The only really important thing that happens in this volume is.. Hikaru finally plays Akira, in a professional match. It's their first real game since they first became obsessed with one another, their first game since Hikaru truly set out on the path of go, and their first real game ever, really, since it was actually Sai playing for most of their first game. Surrounding this match, there is a lot of fillerchatter from the journalists of Go Weekly talking about the "rising tide" of new go player The only really important thing that happens in this volume is.. Hikaru finally plays Akira, in a professional match. It's their first real game since they first became obsessed with one another, their first game since Hikaru truly set out on the path of go, and their first real game ever, really, since it was actually Sai playing for most of their first game. Surrounding this match, there is a lot of fillerchatter from the journalists of Go Weekly talking about the "rising tide" of new go players, some catching up with older characters (Toyo Sensei signs a contract to play in the Chinese league, and Hong, the Korean go prodigy Hikaru played several volumes ago, is now a rising pro in Korea), and there's even a cute scene in which Hikaru almost sort of flirts with Akari. (He invites her back to his house to play a game of go. What a smooth ladies' man...) And the volume ends with a dream, in which Hikaru meets Sai one last time. If this were the end of the series, I'd say it was a pretty nice conclusion. In fact, it read as if Yumi Hotta actually planned to end the series here. But, I know there are actually six more volumes. So, will the rest be anti-climax? We'll see. 4.5 stars, because the filler was filler, and because the emotional build up to a final resolution seems kind of wasted when the series actually continues on.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Chris Aylott

    Hikaru returns to playing go as Hotta explores a theme: "one genius alone isn't enough for a truly great game." So much character development gets resolved here that I thought at first this was the end of the series. Checking the web, though, it looks like she's setting up one more major storyline before the end. The older go players standing around in wonderment at the new generation gets a little thick at times, but I'm looking forward to seeing where it's all going again. Hikaru returns to playing go as Hotta explores a theme: "one genius alone isn't enough for a truly great game." So much character development gets resolved here that I thought at first this was the end of the series. Checking the web, though, it looks like she's setting up one more major storyline before the end. The older go players standing around in wonderment at the new generation gets a little thick at times, but I'm looking forward to seeing where it's all going again.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ben Truong

    It was rather hilarious, but predictable, that when Hikaru Shindo discovered Sai in his Go and that it was okay for him to continue to play Go, the first thing he does was to leave his house and rushes over to where Akira Toya is playing his match to tell him that he's back. His very first game back as a Professional was with the person that beat him in the Young Lions Tournament, but this time he won. Shindo keeps playing and winning as he chases Toya, while he himself keeps paving the way, taki It was rather hilarious, but predictable, that when Hikaru Shindo discovered Sai in his Go and that it was okay for him to continue to play Go, the first thing he does was to leave his house and rushes over to where Akira Toya is playing his match to tell him that he's back. His very first game back as a Professional was with the person that beat him in the Young Lions Tournament, but this time he won. Shindo keeps playing and winning as he chases Toya, while he himself keeps paving the way, taking each milestone with ease. They keep playing and winning and then the day comes – the match of Shindo vs. Toya. Oh, as a side note, Shinichiro Isumi passes the Pro Exam without any losses. Unlike the last time these two were going to play (tankobon #13), they both show up on time. Toya notes that it has been two years and four months since they last played and both were exited to play this game. The game spans over a few chapters and it was really intense, mainly because both players were eager to play with each other – in the end, Toya barely won. However, the most important thing happens that night. Shindo dreams – he dreams about Sai. In the dream, Sai doesn't speak, but he's smiling at Shindo. One last act before he disappears altogether is to pass his fan to Shindo – one that he's always holding. It was the symbolic passing of the torch as sorts – it was a good dream and a wonderful way to end the tankobon and the Sai arc. All in all, I really like reading this tankobon, it finally gives Shindo closure over losing Sai. While Fujiwara-no-Sai was my favorite character and I understood the reason why he needed to move on, I'm really going to miss him from here on out. I'm looking forward where this series would continue to from this point onward.

  6. 5 out of 5

    LG (A Library Girl's Familiar Diversions)

    Playing against Isumi helps Hikaru realize that Sai is now in his Go - if he wants to see Sai, even just a shadow of him, he must play. And so he does, and proceeds to win. There are rumors of a Japan-China-Korea Junior Cup, and players like Akira, Hikaru, and Ochi would be Japan's best chance. Meanwhile, Hikaru has his first match against Akira in two years and four months. (view spoiler)[Hikaru loses, but it's a good match, and Akira sees Sai in his game, leading Hikaru to say that he might te Playing against Isumi helps Hikaru realize that Sai is now in his Go - if he wants to see Sai, even just a shadow of him, he must play. And so he does, and proceeds to win. There are rumors of a Japan-China-Korea Junior Cup, and players like Akira, Hikaru, and Ochi would be Japan's best chance. Meanwhile, Hikaru has his first match against Akira in two years and four months. (view spoiler)[Hikaru loses, but it's a good match, and Akira sees Sai in his game, leading Hikaru to say that he might tell him the whole story about what happened to him one day. That night, Hikaru dreams of Sai. (hide spoiler)] Oof. This is technically a slow volume, and I got a bit tired of older dudes talking about the up-and-coming youngsters, but the beginning was great - seeing Hikaru cry and realize he must play in order to see Sai (if I were Isumi, the way Hikaru was acting would have made me assume there was a death in Hikaru's family). So was the ending, with Sai silently passing his fan on to Hikaru. I loved that Akira could see Sai in Hikaru's playing style but also appreciate Hikaru as his own player. He's no longer chasing after Hikaru because of the player he thinks he is (Sai) but truly seeing him as he is. If I remember right, this is where the anime ended (not counting the special), and it's a nice stopping point for those who liked Hikaru and Akira but also really liked (and really miss) Sai. (Original review posted on A Library Girl's Familiar Diversions.)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ally (AllyEmReads)

    Oof Hotta-Sensei is not pulling any punches in the last volumes. I feel so connected to these characters! I’m so proud of Hikaru for finding it in himself to begin playing again, and I’m happy that now everyone is recognizing him as Akira’s rival after all this time! Even though I’ve still got a bit to go, I can’t help but wonder how this manga will end.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Alex C.

    EVERY. SINGLE. WORD. IN. CHAPTER 148. MAKES. ME. CRY. キミの打つ碁が キミの全て それは変わらない それでもういい おまえには いつか話すかもしれない 消える時 どんな気持ちだった? 笑ってたら いいな QAQ I CAN'T SPEAK JAPANESE BUT U BET UR ASS I CAN RECITE HIKARU NO GO CHAPTER 148 TO YOU WORD FOR WORD EVERY. SINGLE. WORD. IN. CHAPTER 148. MAKES. ME. CRY. キミの打つ碁が キミの全て それは変わらない それでもういい おまえには いつか話すかもしれない 消える時 どんな気持ちだった? 笑ってたら いいな QAQ I CAN'T SPEAK JAPANESE BUT U BET UR ASS I CAN RECITE HIKARU NO GO CHAPTER 148 TO YOU WORD FOR WORD

  9. 4 out of 5

    Scott Lee

    Hikaru continues along the path out of his funk that he discovered while playing Izumi at the end of last volume. He returns to professional play and after winning several matches in a row faces Akira in the preliminaries of the Meijin Title championship.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kurtis Burkhardt

    Pretty great board game manga, Really liked the story and the art was really nice😁😻👌♟♟📖💕

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sherlai

    i'm living for this hikaru glow up. i do miss sai tho (╥︵╥) i'm living for this hikaru glow up. i do miss sai tho (╥︵╥)

  12. 5 out of 5

    Julie (Manga Maniac Cafe)

    4 stars

  13. 4 out of 5

    Khari

    さい!もう一度会えて良かった! 私の半分はさいがいつもヒカルと一緒にいるがいい。でもま、冷静で考えればヒカルはもうすぐ大人になるでしょう、もし彼女をつければすご気味悪いよね。ほかの人が全覗いているは誰でもいやだ。だからヒカルはまだ子供のうちにさいが成仏するの方がいい。

  14. 4 out of 5

    Patrick Hoecherl

    The ending almost made me cry.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Elaine

    The beginning and ending of this volume always get me. Hikaru's resolve to finally move forward is also great to read. The interaction between Hikaru and Akira has always been one of the central relationships of the series and so seeing them become front and center in this volume was satisfying. I also loved the little banter that Hotta inserts between the two at the end of the volume. They're always so serious about Go that is it easy to forget that they're only in middle school. The easy going The beginning and ending of this volume always get me. Hikaru's resolve to finally move forward is also great to read. The interaction between Hikaru and Akira has always been one of the central relationships of the series and so seeing them become front and center in this volume was satisfying. I also loved the little banter that Hotta inserts between the two at the end of the volume. They're always so serious about Go that is it easy to forget that they're only in middle school. The easy going part of their relationship helps to break to tension much like the child-like whining of Sai did. (Only in manga would I find the whining of a grown-up adorable. Anywhere else and I would probably want to smack someone.) But seeing Hikaru and Akira act their age for once is a breath of fresh air. The dynamic of the series definitely has changed with the departure of Sai, but the note of bittersweetness helps to move the series forward in an interesting way. Looking forward to watching Hikaru really come into his own, Go and art-wise! I think this is the volume when I realized just how much Hikaru has grown. He was such a little pip-squeak in volume 1!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ben Nealis

    The best book Ive read in a while in this series. A good start, an ok middle, and a FANTASTIC end!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Timothy

    This is probably the point in the series, where the phrase "Too bad it didn't end here" seems to be the most apt. It's here where all the major threads of this series seem to resolve itself nicely: Sai's disappearance, Shindo's maturity, and Shindo's rivalry with Toya. But I guess, in the end, if a series were to end at their natural potential, then publishers wouldn't be able to sell as many volumes as they'd like. Unfortunately, it's as if this volume was filled with unnecessary 'padding', that This is probably the point in the series, where the phrase "Too bad it didn't end here" seems to be the most apt. It's here where all the major threads of this series seem to resolve itself nicely: Sai's disappearance, Shindo's maturity, and Shindo's rivalry with Toya. But I guess, in the end, if a series were to end at their natural potential, then publishers wouldn't be able to sell as many volumes as they'd like. Unfortunately, it's as if this volume was filled with unnecessary 'padding', that really had nothing to do with the main plot of the series. Most were of the same theme of "the next generation" which segued to the buildup for the next (and final) arc of the series, the Junior Cup.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    どうしてアニメはこの巻の最終章までにあったかって、今分かりました。いい終わりと思います。もちろん、漫画はまだ6巻があります。楽しみ~ Anime-manga match-up: 2nd half of ep 70 = vol 17 up to pg 25 (第140~140.9局) ep 71 = vol 17 pgs 26-51 (第140.9~141局) ep 72 = vol 17 pgs 54-92 (第142~143局) ep 73 = vol 17 pgs 94-135 (第144~145局) ep 74 = vol 17 pgs 137-177 (第146~147.9局) ep 75 = vol 17 pgs 176 to end (第147.9~148局) Actually, the 2nd half of the final episode contains scenes from the first chapter of volume 19 followed by wrap-up/closure. And that ends the anime. A few more manga どうしてアニメはこの巻の最終章までにあったかって、今分かりました。いい終わりと思います。もちろん、漫画はまだ6巻があります。楽しみ~ Anime-manga match-up: 2nd half of ep 70 = vol 17 up to pg 25 (第140~140.9局) ep 71 = vol 17 pgs 26-51 (第140.9~141局) ep 72 = vol 17 pgs 54-92 (第142~143局) ep 73 = vol 17 pgs 94-135 (第144~145局) ep 74 = vol 17 pgs 137-177 (第146~147.9局) ep 75 = vol 17 pgs 176 to end (第147.9~148局) Actually, the 2nd half of the final episode contains scenes from the first chapter of volume 19 followed by wrap-up/closure. And that ends the anime. A few more manga volumes though...

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kirsten

    Couldn't find a record for the English language version -- sadly, I do not speak Japanese. I found this volume of the series genuinely moving, as Hikaru realizes that now that Sai is missing, the closest he can get to him is to play go, and to play go as well as he can. I'm still not sure how Yumi Hotta manages to get me tense over the outcome of a go match, but she's pretty damn good at it. Couldn't find a record for the English language version -- sadly, I do not speak Japanese. I found this volume of the series genuinely moving, as Hikaru realizes that now that Sai is missing, the closest he can get to him is to play go, and to play go as well as he can. I'm still not sure how Yumi Hotta manages to get me tense over the outcome of a go match, but she's pretty damn good at it.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Ben Nash

    This story is comfort food for me. I can't quite put my finger on what keeps me rereading/rewatching this and the anime, but my interest in Go certainly helps. I also like that it's a generally positive story about getting good at something This story is comfort food for me. I can't quite put my finger on what keeps me rereading/rewatching this and the anime, but my interest in Go certainly helps. I also like that it's a generally positive story about getting good at something

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sophie

    This is getting better and better. And it has everything I could ever want from a series. Gah, watching Hikaru and Akira play was intense, and for Akira to sense who Sai was gave me goosebumps. As did Hikaru's dream in the end. (Actually, that one almost made me cry.) Wonderful stuff. This is getting better and better. And it has everything I could ever want from a series. Gah, watching Hikaru and Akira play was intense, and for Akira to sense who Sai was gave me goosebumps. As did Hikaru's dream in the end. (Actually, that one almost made me cry.) Wonderful stuff.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Lucy

    ...read the english version

  23. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Andrikus

    Finally, the match we've been waiting for has arrived in this volume. It's not as exciting as expected, though...the denouement is somehow kinda lacking. Finally, the match we've been waiting for has arrived in this volume. It's not as exciting as expected, though...the denouement is somehow kinda lacking.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ellen

    filler filler filler and ongoing SAD but at least. we're looking up. motivation! in the distance! filler filler filler and ongoing SAD but at least. we're looking up. motivation! in the distance!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Indah Threez Lestari

    #Program BUBU

  26. 5 out of 5

    Moon

    Awesome!Can't wait for the next book! Awesome!Can't wait for the next book!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Josh

  28. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany Walker

  29. 5 out of 5

    Eve Terathaweedoun

  30. 5 out of 5

    wolfhunter

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