Ichiko Usami is a fifteen-year-old runaway girl. One day, while she’s loitering around the riverbed with nowhere to go, a masked boy named Kohaku suddenly appears in front of her! Ichiko faints and Kohaku takes her to the mansion he shares with several others. Even while lost in wonderment at the individualistic residents, Ichiko gradually opens up to them. But why is she somehow frightened by the fallen children shoes?
いっしょにねようよ 一起睡覺嘛 같이 자자 Issho ni Neyouyo Isshoni Neyouyo Let's Sleep Together
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Read It You'll Love It
I don't understand how most people say that they can't understand the story itself but for me it was a well pace story with each chapter flowing smoothly into the next. There are also no unresolved issues or concerns, which was also very refreshing. It has my full votes for also being a nice length, as stories like this are usually too short and anymore chapters would have been tedious. In conclusion, I LOVED IT!!!
like flashes of dreams...?
Besides the main point intended in the story, I can't understand most of the other interactions between characters and the flow of the story is quite messy. I felt like watching the drawings of someone's dreams or forgotten memories.... it's fleeting.. maybe its good? but it's a waste for a story when its not portrayed well enough.
Quite confusing, but it's good.
I don't know if it is the original script, or the scanlation itself, but is it kinda hard to understand the dialogue? Like, for chapter 1-2, I have to reread it to really understand that Ichiko cannot "see" children because of her guilt.I guess there are more confusing dialogues as the story goes on.
Nevertheless, the story is really interesting, and I really love all the characters and their relationship! I believe it isn't easy to draw a character who wears mask all of this time, hiding his eyes and can only show his expression through the mouth and body language. I don't expect any romance for this manga. Which also means that, even IF there's no romance, the "fluffiness" in this manga is enough to get me to keep reading! Of course, I'd like the characters to be together, but seeing their "family-like" relationship is already good enough. That is why it is such a good manga <3
Ah, but now that I think about it, I kind of disappointed with the change of art style. I prefer the old art style of the artist :c Kohaku's and Haruka's hair got curly in the last volumes of the series. And then the story also changes into something more shoujo-typical plots. Kohaku had a slight (or maybe it is big?) change of personality too. If Ichiko has what people called "character growth", I don't see the same case with Kohaku. He becomes someone who does lots of stupid stuffs and freaking too much, and that is not the same with being a comic relief. Although I kinda like his first appearances when he appears mysterious.....
I really like this manga and decides to stay up until the end, although I feel less eager to read the story now.
... Last updated on February 23rd, 2015, 11:42am
A solid 7.
It started off well enough but as the story progressed it got more and more convoluted. The manga-ka starts sub-plots and hints at things that don't properly get addressed or clarified (the half-siblings, the divorcee's ex-wife, and Ichiko's grandma, especially). Most chapters are vague, to say the least. Also, because of this vagueness, the quasi-nonlinear story line ended up becoming a hinderance. It's not the scanlators fault that this manga was hard to understand.
That being said, I actually enjoyed the manga. The art was cute, the concept was interesting (although it's comical at times, in an incredulous way), and the characters were likeable and memorable. Maybe not in the best ways (looking at you, Kidou family), but memorable. The ending was a wreck though, gotta warn everyone. However, it's a short read so it's worth taking a look.
... Last updated on September 13th, 2014, 7:44pm
Is it just me, or..?
It's hard to understand anything after vol 5 onward. Well, actually not really that bad, I still can understand the storyline, but I can only grasp half of what the characters were saying. It's... the translation, all right. It's confusing. I'm thankful for the scanlators, but I don't think it means any good if people can't understand your work when you worked it for other people.
... Last updated on February 7th, 2015, 11:36am
It used to be good.
In the beginning this manga was actually rather cool and pretty good. Somewhere around the last volume it just slipped and went down a steep incline. The last few chapters didn't make sense, there were alot of akward panels and actions, Kohaku acted like a freaking five year old. It just grated on my nerves and made me regret even looking at it.
There were alot of problems in the beginning too, but I was able to overlook it because it was interesting, but by the end I couldn't. Kohaku was awesome. Was... He went from being adorable and weird to being creepy as hell and super freaking out there. I just wanted to stab my eyes out. Like seriously... It was good... I can not stress that enough. By the end it was just a sad mess of un-intellilagable gurbage.
Althought supernatural its so freaking realistic. Its the kind of manga that you wish pure happiness to every single one of the characters! It reminds me so much the feeling that i had when i was reading Fruits Basket. I wish for a sequel but that just a silly fungirls wish!!
WOW this one definitely blew me away! Everthing about it is so different and refreshing to me! First of all the characters are so real and the mangaka did a great job showing their different sides, their weaknesses and strengths and hidden parts in them. The character development is so clear here that it makes you feel like you grew up with them. All thr struggles they faced and overcame is so precious and golden. The plot itself is so different that it hooks you right from the beginning and you find yourself thinking "what...the heck..... I definitely have never read a manga like this" The romance is perfect just in case youre wondering if theres any romance at all, there definitely is. Its not cliche and its not "kya kya youre so hot I love you" kind of typical shoujo so brace yourself for this rare jem. The art is good, no problems there!
All in all, if youre like me and are in desperate need to read something different, looking for a manga to fall in love with then this one would be the perfect choice. You wont regret it.
A solid 10/10
Love this sensei!!! ♥♥
I love the feeling this story gives off. The characters are soo loveable I can't get enough of it! I will totally buy this series as soon as it is available. It is a deff must read and I feel like it will one of the stories that I will reread countless of times ♥
It is really funny and light. I love Psychological shoujo! This is one of my top manga! I REALLY think you should read this! It was the best ever! Anyways, the main female character isnt bad at all. Sure she has her weak moments, but she is kinda like the motherly type. She is very caring and kind. The main male lead is so child-like, not looks wise but he acts like a kid, and I find that very cute! But dont worry he doesnt ALWAYS act like a kid, he has he manly moments. xD I will forever love this manga, I hope you will too!