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From Day of the River:

Our crybaby protagonist Hirahara Tsukasa hasn't always been a crybaby. Due to the death of her older sister Chihiro, Tsukasa hasn't been able to dam up the flood of tears ever since - even about little things.

She is further disheartened after moving to Tokyo from Hiroshima, especially after a series of incidents cause her and her four classmates to miss the bus and be late for the entrance ceremony on the very first day of the school term. However, it is precisely this event that ends up drawing her closer to maturity and fueling her determination to stop her crybaby tendencies. And perhaps, she may even find an unexpected love on the way...


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Associated Names
لا تبكي بعد الآن!
Crybaby, Don't Cry!
Don't Cry Anymore!

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c.13-16 (end) by Dazzling Scans (1547d ago)
v.3 c.11-12 by Dazzling Scans (1556d ago)
v.3 c.9-10 by Dazzling Scans (1584d ago)
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4 Volumes (Complete)

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User Rating
Average: 8 / 10.0 (224 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.82 / 10.0
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April 3rd 2016, 5:46pm PST



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Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by shoujoheroines
April 25th, 2017, 10:55am
Honestly I only read this when I was bored and too tired to read a very long manga.
Wow, I was not diasappointed a little bit.
I love this. And it is short. But I wish I could see the other characters' development
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So refreshing and sweet!   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by Kurarara
May 25th, 2016, 2:10am
The manga was very well done. The female lead is VERY strong. She embarrassed herself AND she had done stupid things, but she still got up. The other two males were interesting. I liked how the girl wasn't a damsel in distress. True, she got made fun of by the guy, but she also made fun of him.
She is very cheerful and naive, but she is SMART, and relatable.
The cast of characters was also realistic. I liked their real life problems, too. It wasn't a heavy manga, but you could still feel for the characters.

YES, there were few cliches, but they were very well done and believably done that you wouldn't feel like it ruined the story, but it actually made it more interesting, since it satisfied our imaginations.
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What a manga   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Snowytimes
November 26th, 2015, 4:57am
Ive never read a more relatable manga to my life than this one. Hell even a book, movie, show you name it. My sister also passed away a few years ago and so reading this was like me cheering on a friend who was in a similar situation. I wished for her happiness so much and I'm glad that in the end she was happy. Actually the way the mangaka wrote this was so realistic to the character's thought process it made me wonder if she had also lost someone.

I especially appreciate the determined attitude of the protagonist. She really didn't let anything get her down and no matter how tough it got she cried and then moved forward like a normal person.

I can honestly go on and on about this manga and what I like about it and why. It's hilarious, endearing, relatable with realistic inner monologues and character reactions. But that'd probably be too much to write x)

... Last updated on November 26th, 2015, 4:59am
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A Nice, Simple Read!   
Rating: 7.5 / 10.0
by laigar
January 11th, 2015, 3:34pm
The story is a lighthearted read, great for a relaxed afternoon. It's not too long, and the artwork is appealing.

The characters are likeable and the protagonist's/ Tsukasa's tendency to cry is a funny characteristic that I don't see too often. Although the plot isn't all that original, what I found interesting about this manga is their treatment of change and character development. It seems like everyone, including secondary and side characters, have a desire to be someone more, and it's quite uplifting to watch!

However, the ending was disappointing, there was so much that could have been explored and some issues that were left unresolved.

TL;DR I'd read it! It's not a big commitment, nice to read, with plenty of humour, and I finished it feeling good about myself.
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liked it   
Rating: N/A
by theabbster1
October 5th, 2014, 1:49pm
The hero of this manga doesn't have everything together and he's awkward and not great at expressing himself, which makes him a lot more real and lovable. I like the main couple's chemistry throughout.
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I kept waiting for Chisa and Miya to get together but nope! I think they belong together somehow.
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"You're my bestfriend"   
Rating: 8.5 / 10.0
by iciahgem007
May 4th, 2014, 5:10am
As a girl, playing this card in a Shoujo manga is what makes the lead characters' love for each other much more deeper especially for such a predictable and typical story. And Nozomi's personality, given that he's supposed to be the sorta "evil" other guy, is actually likable and not even the least bit pathetic. Nice characters' presentation. biggrin

Can't say much for the little drama plot though.

P.S. Chisai and Misa though...
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Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
by justasideshow
November 30th, 2013, 5:51pm
The artwork was good and I liked the plot. I was pretty sure I was going to like this one at the first pages hahah I thought the character's presentation was interesting and rather fresh for a manga.
And I was specially fond of
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how Nozomi falled for Tsukasa because of who she was. The mangaka could have used the he-got-jealous-card when Nozomi realised Tsukasa was starting to feel something for Himeno, but she didn't. Instead, Nozomi actually gets to see who Tsukasa (even if him bumping into her and the other girls at the cafe is a little bit too much of a coincidence).
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Rating: N/A
by Sphear
October 30th, 2013, 7:51am
Apply some cute, contemporary art, and some light humour to a regular shoujo work and you get this. Honestly ten is such an overstatement. If anything, at best, this is above average. I admit the plot is not even that bad for shoujo. It's still ridiculous but all in all it's interesting. A few good ideas the mangaka had here and there- but it still wasn't astonishing work nor was it that much of a surprise.
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Really cute light-hearted shoujo   
Rating: 9.5 / 10.0
July 30th, 2013, 3:08am
Tsukasa x Himeno are the cutest otp ever! Like seriously. They are really really adorable. Of course, it's not the most original plotline and what not but I felt that the progress was good and there was some character development. It was a cute romance that I enjoyed immensely. Unfortunately, it ended when they just got together... I want to see more of them!
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Way to go.   
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
by Yankee-chan
July 29th, 2013, 2:45am
Well, this is a cute and lighthearted read at first glance. The drawings are appealing and match the high school and first love theme. Especially the male counterparts (Himeno's) facial expressions made me smile a few times, which kept going till the end. Kkk.

As the story goes on the plot also deepens somewhat and you can see some character growth, when the main character realizes her flaws and starts wanting to move on. However, she still has a way to go and in my eyes there is some space for improvement in this area left. E.g. ...

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Comparing the feelings for the passed away sister of the main character with those of the lost cat seemed somewhat awkward to me. Also - Bringing up the love rival in the end once again to confuse the main character or let him struggle under the pain again, before finally clearing the situation was maybe(!) not necessary in that form (letting the MC play sick, let him drag her away overly dramatic...).

Aside from this, reading this was fun and the jokes have been pulled of well. The characters design was interesting and made me even want to know more of the side characters (Yes, I like those manipulative types wearing glasses. Lol.), right away after a nice first encounter of them.
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