Hirasaka Yomi manga

Occult Maiden - Hishou - Oni o Tsugu Shounen

Occult Maiden - Hishou - Oni o Tsugu Shounen

A boy loses his parents in a supernatural disaster known as a "Curse" and is then adopted by the Tsuchimikado family; a family that exorcises curses. Ten years later and the boy has become the head of the family and now goes about exorcising curses all the while trying to balance his job as an exorcist and his life as a student in high school.

Imouto Sae Ireba Ii. @ Comic

Imouto Sae Ireba Ii. @ Comic

This is the story about the daily life of a young siscon novelist, Itsuki Hashima with his perfect little sister Chihiro, the genius illustrator Nayuta Kani, his best friend Shirakawa Kyoto and some insane partners from his publishers. From the author that brought you 'Haganai', Hirasaka Yomi has drawn the curtains for the latest youth love-comedy series!

Boku Wa Tomodachi Ga Sukunai Plus

Boku Wa Tomodachi Ga Sukunai Plus

A "what if" alternative version of the original story, on which the cast gets acquainted in a different manner. The basic premise is that Kodaka, a rude looking and easily misunderstood transfer student catches a glimpse from a conversation between Sena (the most popular girl on school) and "her friend" Renka (a character from a visual novel); after a short discussion followed, Sena decides to give it a try and make some friends with Kodaka's help. This is a tweak from the original premise, on which Kodaka catches Yozora speaking to her "air friend", and is Yozora the one who decides to start practicing how to make friends with Kodaka's help.

Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai

Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai

Based on the light novel by Hirasaka Yomi & Buriki. Hasegawa Kodaka has transferred schools, and he's having a hard time making friends. It doesn't help that his blond hair tends to make people think he's a delinquent. One day, he runs into his bad-tempered solitary classmate Yozora while she's talking animatedly to her imaginary friend Tomo. Realizing that neither of them have any actual friends, they decide that the best way to alter this situation is to form a club and start recruiting. That is how "Rinjinbu" was formed, a club specifically designed for people who don't have very many friends. As other lonely classmates slowly join their little club, they'll try to learn how to build friendships through cooking together, playing games, and other group activities. But will this group of relationship-challenged misfits really be able to get along?