Ninomiya Hikaru manga
Hatanaka Keiko's an odd girl with odd aspirations(I mean, REALLY weird), but she tries her best to fit in with the other girls in her class... she still sucks at it, though. One day, she meets Asami, a girl who's even more of an outcast than she is... but unlike Keiko, Asami's own "outsider" status doesn't seem to bother her in the slightest. As they grow closer, what's going to happen to Keiko's standing among the other girls? And what about Asami's own issues? Note: Animexis describe it: Keiko is a lonely girl who doesn’t know herself or what she wants in her life. However, she has an strange desire: she wants to become a prostitute. She writes this in her cellular phone’s blog and in a matter of minutes she receives hundreds of messages arguing about this strange desire!
- Chap 11 Vol 02 (4 years ago)
- Chap 10 Vol 02The space between delusion and passion (4 years ago)
- Chap 9 Vol 02Slow Starter (4 years ago)
- Chap 8 Vol 02The "maiden's" (?) day off (4 years ago)
- Chap 7 Vol 02Reset (4 years ago)
His ex-workers keep calling for help; his memory of his first love is traumatic to say the least, he hates his father so much that he�ll never go back home, a stranger blames him for pushing her down the stairs� no wonder being pissed is a daily routine for Natsukawa Minori. Then enters one, no two women in his life that will make him too busy to be pissed.
In future Japan, bigamy is legalized! Specifically, each person may legally marry two spouses, a simple legal change that brings up a lot of questions about serious romantic relationships. What would long-term relationships be like if they didn't remove you from the dating pool? Would people be more willing to commit if they knew they could also pick someone else later? Would society really jump to accept this as a new social norm, even if it had become legal?
- Chap 1 (4 years ago)
The prequel to Honeymoon Salad. This manga tells the story of Minori and Youko's high school relationship. The final chapter is a story about Ichika in her high school days.