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The Life-Changing Manga of Tidying Up: A Magical Story

From the #1 New York Times best-selling author and lifestyle/cleaning guru Marie Kondo, this graphic novelization brings Kondo's life-changing tidying method to life with the fun, quirky story of a woman who transforms her home, work, and love life using Kondo's advice and inspiration.Marie Kondo presents the fictional story of Chiaki, a young woman in Tokyo who struggles with a cluttered apartment, messy love life, and lack of direction. After receiving a complaint from her attractive next-door neighbor about the sad state of her balcony, Chiaki gets Kondo to take her on as a client. Through a series of entertaining and insightful lessons, Kondo helps Chiaki get her home--and life--in order. This insightful, illustrated case study is perfect for people looking for a fun introduction to the KonMari Method of tidying up, as well as tried-and-true fans of Marie Kondo eager for a new way to think about what sparks joy. Featuring illustrations by award-winning manga artist Yuko Uramoto, this book also makes a great read for manga and graphic novel lovers of all ages....

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The Life-Changing Manga of Tidying Up: A Magical Story Reviews

  • Mehsi

    It is time to tidy up your life! Well, if you are such a terrible case as Chiaki is. :P

    I already knew about the normal book, and I even tried it, but it just wasn't for me. So when I saw there was a manga for the book, I was curious, but also hesitant. I read a sample online and well, I couldn't resist. The art was fun, the story seemed interesting, and I wanted to know if garbage-dump-living Chiaki could change her way.

    Chiaki is really terrible in cleaning/tidying up. I mean, I get that you get

  • Hana Bilqisthi

    Seru dan relatable..semoga bisa beberes kamar juga. Makasih google books untuk diskon 75%nya 😊

  • Lauren

    Konmari revolution - in manga! All the same concepts and categories, and the visual book format was fun to read. People read books like this for inspiration, and it worked! I am konmari-ing my bookshelves and office now. Spark joy!

  • Shanley

    I have an annual tradition of reading "the life changing magic of tidying up" (yeah i'm crazy), but this manga was a nice substitute this year to give me the organizing pick-me-up that I needed. I don't know what it is about KonMari but she has some kind of magic fairy dust strangle-hold over me. I can't get enough of her.

  • Milliebot

    2.5 stars

    This review and others posted over at my blog.

    I don’t normally read these type of lifestyle books and a manga edition was probably the only way I was ever going to pick up this book.

    It’s a cute comic (fyi: it’s not set up in traditional manga style, you read this from front to back and left to right, or it won’t make much sense lol) and I enjoyed the art style. Marie organizes the book by category of items – the way she believes you should be organizing your own items, rather than roo

  • Renégade ♥

    4 stars

    This was a cute, fun read.

    It piqued my curiosity, held my interest, and didn't take long to finish.

    Ms. Kondo put forth some interesting ideas and helpful suggestions re: tidying up.

    And, yes, she totally goes there regarding all the books I... I mean, Chiaki has.


    Which are still some of the hardest things in the world for me to let go of...

    (view spoiler)

    Shocking, I know.

  • Ilinalta

    As a hoarder and someone who stores things never to be seen again, a lot of these lessons and the things the main character was going through related to me. As I read through the book I would groan and say "ahhh, I have the same issue too,"

    It's definitely a book I would recommend to people since we all seem to have issues with materials and simple tidying up. The idea of spark joy is one I'll keep in mind as I go about my daily life now.

  • j e w e l s [Books Bejeweled]

    The KonMari Method of household organization has been bantered about amongst my friends for the last year, but I had not read the book until now. This graphic novel is a super cute, appealing way of presenting the valuable information to all ages. I read it fast, went back to reread sections and I love the illustrations. I have never even looked at a graphic novel before, and I was pleasantly surprised by how fun this one is. The techniques make sense immediately since it is all visual. I loved ...more