Kazuto Izumi manga
A bimonthly yuri anthology/magazine. (Only oneshots with no page of their own listed) Volume 1: • Love Fool, by Hattori Mitsuru An extremely short one-shot about two girls playing around in the water. • Camel, by Miyauchi Yuuka About addiction. • A Passing Story, by Ohtomo Megane A school doctor recounts a romance from her own school days Volume 2: • Heart Ablaze, by Miyauchi Yuuka Its about the pain and conflicting emotions of unrequited love Volume 3: • Unbalance, by Kigi Tatsumi Set in the same school as "Runner's High" from Tsubomi volume 1. It focuses on the interaction between the track team captain and the student council. Volume 4: • Michi, by Yoshida Mikiko About a girl who's worried that her girlfriend doesn't trust her. • Triangle of Love, by Ogawa Kidari Volume 5: • Roche Limit, by Sekiya Asami Volume 6: • Scissors and Fingers, by Inugami Sukune A girl tells a hairdresser about the feelings she has for a certain someone. • Massaging the Woman I Admire, by Amano Shiro Its about women who work in a salon. A trainee has to massage a senior employee as part of her work evaluation, so she picks the one she has a crush on. Volume 8: • God and the Rainbringer, by Yoshida Chiyu About a person that believes she can produce rain, a "Rain Woman". Volume 9: • Under, by Kazuto Izumi Volume 11: • Cotton Candy Love, by Tendou Kirin A woman steps in when she sees a girl being bullied. Volume 12: • My Beloved Kawano-san, by Acutta Fumie About a woman who's in love with a co-worker. • The Ocean Meets the Sky, by Koume Keito Volume 13: • Monologue Love, by Shimano Yae A girl is insecure about her relationship. Volume 14: * First Love, by Suga Atsushi A girl in the calligraphy club received a love letter. * Another Kiss, by Yurihara Aki April is a vampire and she's currently freeloading at Hikari's home. Volume 16: * Aoi Honoo Kaoru Tsuchi, by Naruko Hanaharu A girl joins the pottery club to find out who made a vase she saw.
- Chap 1 (4 years ago)
From SCX-Scans: Chiyoko is a 4th grader who loves chocolate! Along with her mother and father (who run a patisserie), the daughter of a japanese sweets shop who sees Chiyoko as her rival, Azuki-chan, and Azuki’s mature little sister Kanoko-chan, she lives everyday happily with a bit of silliness.
The gambling father racked up a huge debt and disappeared. The mother has passed away. The sisters, Kyo and Asu, are the main characters. The two of them are all alone in this world and are very poor; they live in a 40-year-old apartment (no bath, one room plus kitchen, 26000 yen rent). With dreams, hope, and economizing, they live in harmony. Indeed, today as well as tomorrow. Notes: • Their names mean "today" and "tommorrow" respectively. • 26000 yen is about 220 dollars.