The reason why it is difficult to explain what kind of work "Golden Kamui" is, is because "Golden Kamui" can be said to be a work about "mixing" and "collage". Its main storyline - various factions (Sugimoto, Hijikata, Tsurumi three parties) search for fugitives from Abashiri prison, collect tattooed human skins, and assemble human skins to compete for information about the gold buried by the Ainu people. Its themes bounce back and forth between history, food, Ainu culture, hunting, and battles between men (both violent and philosophical).
The timeline of the story returns company banner design between the Russo-Japanese War, the Meiji Restoration, the Hakodate War, and the assassination of Tsar Alexander II, and the locations span across Liaodong in China, the Far East in Russia, and Hokkaido in Japan. The area is vast, the time jumps, and the topics to be discussed are so diverse, as if different ingredients need to be stewed in the same pot of soup. In the propaganda slogan of the serialization of "Golden Kamuy", the editorial department of Shueisha often calls it "Japanese-style dark pot western", which describes the Westernized Japanese Meiji society described in "Golden Kamuy", but retains the "Japanese" style of its own culture.
Mixed reality: history and gay club "I think it is only after a thorough investigation, and then deliberately deceiving, that it can be called an excellent manga work." ——An interview with Satoshi Noda in response to readers' questions in "Golden Shenwei Comic Book: The Records of Inquirers" We are often discouraged from looking back on history, a large number of names, ages, and events. However, "Golden God" can present the story in a way full of whimsy and detailed historical research, making it indistinguishable between true and false.