The manga and anime series Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan, (『岸辺露伴は動かない』 Kishibe Rohan wa Ugokanai in Japanese), by Hirohiko Araki, a spinoff from the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series, was released in a live-action adaptation in 2020, starring actor Issei Takahashi.

The main character, Rohan Kishibe, is a manga artist who travels the world searching for inspiration.

He has an ability called “Heaven's Door”, which allows him to read and rewrite people's memories like a book.

When “Heaven's Door” is used on a person, parts of the person's body peel off and become like the pages of a book.

The depiction of this fantastic ability in the TV drama version caused quite a stir among fans.

Real Life “Heaven’s Door”

Mr. Jōji Makurai (@Dad_McFly) is a writer, editor, husband, and father of two.

After watching Thus Spoke Kishibi Rohan with his family, they started acting out their own version of Rohan’s “Heaven’s Door” at home.

Looks like Mr. Makurai is using his special power to work magic on his children’s memories.

The many pages of their book is full of ideas and preferences like, “things I’m not good at,” and “things I’m great at,” all written down by his children.

SNS Reactions

  • This looks like so much fun. I want in on this!
  • The reproduction is first-class! What a great idea!
  • What a great idea! The kids’ expressions are so cute.

In the day and age of videogames and smartphones, it’s great to see a family getting so creative with how they play together!

By - Mujo.

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