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Mizu Numuru  
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Description
From Deux:

Yusuke Onishi easily gets crushes on everybody and anybody, but never succeeds in love. That is, until the day he meets and falls in love with his new neighbor - a mature single parent. Yusuke has finally met his match. But his match just happens to be a guy! This is a classic oyaji-uke of an unexpected love between two people, one younger, one older.

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The chronological order of Suzuki Naoki's story, which is told through two three-chapter oneshots and an extra:--

- Chiisana Garasu no Sora from Chiisana Garasu no Sora
The story of Nao and his classmate, Yada.

- Wildman Blues from Mizu Nurumu
Nao meets his former childhood friend, Namaku Ayu, who still hasn't forgotten what Yada did to Nao and what Nao did to Ayu afterwards.

(Souhei and Chika from Taiyou no Shita de Warae make a guest appearance)

- Never Cry, an extra from Chiisana Garasu no Sora
Nao realises he finally can let go of a demon that haunts him for years and be with the one he loves.

(Souhei and Chika from Taiyou no Shita de Warae and Namaku Ayu from Wildman Blues make guest appearances.)

Type
Manga

Related Series

Associated Names
水温む
爱情的温度
Mizu Nurumu
Spring Fever

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Latest Release(s)

Status in Country of Origin
1 Volume (Complete)

Completely Scanlated?
Yes

Anime Start/End Chapter
N/A

User Reviews
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User Rating
Average: 7.8 / 10.0 (136 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.64 / 10.0
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Last Updated
June 14th 2014, 1:49pm PST


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Year
2001

Original Publisher

Serialized In (magazine)
Hanaoto (Houbunsha)

Licensed (in English)
Yes

English Publisher
Deux (1 Volume - Complete)

Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #901 increased(+399)
Monthly Pos #1851 increased(+501)
3 Month Pos #3193 increased(+377)
6 Month Pos #3903 increased(+420)

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On 76 reading lists
On 89 wish lists
On 688 completed lists
On 6 unfinished lists
On 124 custom lists

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what's horrifying about the art?   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by kapuppy
January 2nd, 2008, 11:44pm
I thought the art was rather cute! Although I suppose it's not for those who want all their men to look like underaged girls. I guess it depends on what kind of art you like.
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I LOVE THE ART   
Rating: N/A
by Equilibrium
March 15th, 2008, 1:48pm
It is very different from usual yaoi art but that's the beauty of it. Like even if her books came in a blank cover without her name, if I just look at the art, I KNOW that its her work.

Her stories are always so cute and different too. The characters actually have personalities that differ from usual yaoi characters. The plots are always consistent and can make you cry.

I really like the continuation of Nao's and Ayu's story very much :3

... Last updated on March 15th, 2008, 2:07pm
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Not my favorite, but definitely good.   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by sofistree
October 6th, 2012, 12:00pm
First of all, the art is NOT horrifying - I really like the sketchy-ish style. I just like Yamada Yugi's art in general, though.

The stories were good, though not my favorites of the author's works. They were a little too sad for me. And in the main story, if someone threatened my kid like that, I wouldn't slap him and forget it, I'd rain hell down on him until there was nothing left. That's what really threw me off the first story.

The second one turned out well, and the ending was really cute (I love Ayu's mom's reaction to him telling her about Naoki). It was a little sad, though.
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a must read   
Rating: N/A
by liontaraki
August 20th, 2012, 8:51pm
i'm giving this a 10 because I like sensei's art, realistic -on a certain degree- plot, romantic and original stories, sense of humor, the agonizing moments that makes you fear that the main couple won't get together in the end, pretty much everything. in both stories the theme is kind of dark, in the first one there was a gay couple in which one guy was married with child and the other one was the wife's uncle and in the second story the uke was raped by a classmate for some years but even though these things are too much to take for the average yaoi reader (*cough,cough* talking about myself *cough,cough*), yamada-sensei did her best to tone them down a lot and leave the reader with a sweet taste in the end. and knowing how much japanese people hate happy endings, I'm really glad sensei didn't choose to leave us with bitter memories from this book (*cough* like Shisei no Otoko for example *cough*)

... Last updated on August 20th, 2012, 8:53pm
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such beautiful art   
Rating: 8.7 / 10.0
by whitespade
May 13th, 2011, 5:46am
i love the art, it bring more....oomph to the story. how do i say it? if its the usual generic art like others it wont be as good. it somehow convey a certain...sadness, transient feeling. hmm, idk how to convey my feeling, only this series is good!
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WAH! NAOKIIII~~   
Rating: 9.5 / 10.0
by strangledwords
April 15th, 2012, 12:19am
I seriously just commented yesterday on Chiisana and complained about wanting to know more about Naoki. Now I'm glad to see that his relationship was that of mutual love and not just a crutch. And his man is just too cute! I don't think I want to read about Yada's point of view because... well, I harbor too much hate for him to even enjoy that. But knowing Yamada sensei, she will end up winning me over somehow... Ah, it's a very pushy relationship I have with her work, and I always give in, ahaha.

The main story was alright, and I like the bit of actually allowing a character to go away and come back when he was ready to be fully committed to his relationship. But I still enjoyed Naoki's bit more than anything. Ah, my love for him is just too big, really.

... Last updated on April 15th, 2012, 12:21am
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Yamada-sensei does it again   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by elenaluz
December 4th, 2008, 6:13am
As usual, I love her work. Her work is laugh-out-loud funny every time I've read it. Her art is different, so I can see why people might not like it, but as I've said in another comment, it suits her comedic style. xD I loved Naoki and Ayu's story. I'm going to have to go and read "Chiisana Garasu no Sora" and "Taiyou no Shita de Warae" now. xD
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:)   
Rating: N/A
by _silent_
January 22nd, 2008, 6:32pm
As always, it was another good manga by YAMADA Yugi. My favorite was the continuation of Naoki's story from Chiisana Garasu no Sora (which you should read first). However, it was a bit lacking. I felt that she should have made at least a chapter with Yada's point of view because I really want to understand what went through his head. This isn't one of her greatest works, but nonetheless it is still worth reading.

p.s. I don't see how her art is bad. I would say she has a unique style different from others and not in a bad way. I don't like reading manga with bad art too, but this is definitly not the worst that would make you stray away from reading it. Even if it makes you stray just a bit, you'll grow to like it as you continue reading.
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Scary   
Rating: N/A
by booyaka
March 6th, 2007, 1:04pm
I can't get past the horrifying art and faces the characters make to actually read the manga.

Edit by mod: Then you are missing out something gorgeous. It may not be her best manga but don't get scared off just by the artwork - you'll eventually come to like it I hope smile
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Yugi Yamada's art is good!   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by henna
February 28th, 2008, 3:06am
Yugi Yamada's style is quite different from typical Yaoi, but I like it. There's no question that she draws well and she's very skilled. Her characters tend to be extroverted and get scary faces a lot, though. But it's more storytelling/personality than badness of art.

The Spring Fever story was a nice read and was self-contained, although not too deep or emotionally moving.

The "coming out" part of Wildman Blues was sweet. I didn't realize that Naoki and Yada were characters from other manga when I read this book.

The book came with a thick cover and was printed on thick paper. It didn't feel cheap like some other publisher's works.

... Last updated on February 28th, 2008, 3:07am
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