There are so many memorable quotes from the anime Mushishi, but which ones stood out to you the most? Since it's just a great anime, let's rank the best quotes from Mushishi, with the help of your votes. These memorable Mushishi quotes can be from any character in the series, whether they are a main character like Ginko, or even a side character like Tama Minai or Suzu.
Based on Yuki Urushibara's fantasy manga series, Mushishi tells the story of the "Mushi," supernatural creatures that only a select few like Ginko can see. Ginko travels to learn more about the Mushi and to help. Produced by Artland, the 20-episode anime adaptation of Mushishi aired between April 5 to December 21, 2014.
Use your votes to let other fans of Mushishi know what your favorite quotes from the series are. You can also downvote any Mushishi quotes that you didn't like as much
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Farthest from the Heart
"On this hand, imagine that these four fingers represent the animals, and the thumb represents plants. Then let's say people are here... On the tip of the middle finger, farthest from the heart."
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Everything Is Only As It Is
"Don't let yourself be blinded by fear or anger. Everything is only as it is."
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Not the Flowers of Yesterday
"The sun rises today and sets again. A flower that bloomed in the morning, falls from its stem. The sun sets today and rises again. Flowers bloom to fill the land, but not the flowers of yesterday..."
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The More Fortunate
"If you could see everything but couldn't change any of it, or if you could live in freedom in darkness... Which do you think is more fortunate? I think it might not be that bad living in the dark, remembering the light."
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"He feared sleep. He'd say that his soul would slip down into nothing. They say that man never dreamt after the day he cut his pillow."
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People Derive Their Happiness
"People derive their happiness in a variety of ways, even though it might seem cruel."