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Yume Miru Taiyou  
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While loitering in the park, Shimana Kameko, who intended to run away from home and skipped school, meets a suspicious man in a kimono. This man, who had been locked out of his house, offers Shimana a place to stay. However, he requests she fulfill three conditions in exchange for her tenancy?!


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Associated Names
الشمس الحالمة
꿈꾸는 태양
Dreamin' Sun
DREAMIN' SUN พระอาทิตย์ช่างฝัน (THAI)
Dreaming Sun
Yumemiru Taiyou

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10 Volumes (Complete)

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User Rating
Average: 8.1 / 10.0 (376 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.98 / 10.0
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July 1st 2016, 8:44pm PST



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Bessatsu Margaret (Shueisha)

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English Publisher
Seven Seas (May 2017)

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Rating: N/A
by felleccha
April 27th, 2016, 10:41am
To be honest I got irritated at the early part of the story. The heroine was childish and annoying. But there were love scenes that were different from other shoujo mangas, so that made me want to stay for a while. Then since
Spoiler (mouse over to view)
Zen told Shimana he'd move on
it started to get interesting, and it got better and better from half part of the story. Everyone overcame their problems, they changed and matured. It felt so real. Without realizing I got attached to the characters. Especially Zen, he is a strong character, I liked and could relate to his monologues, and I admire him for what he did. I felt like going back to high school and matured all over again as the story went. Overall it was a great journey and I'm glad I completed reading the whole thing.

... Last updated on April 27th, 2016, 10:42am
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Nasty Protagonist   
Rating: 5.0 / 10.0
by Divina=^.^=
February 24th, 2016, 9:07am
If you're looking for a major flaw, well it's right at the center of the story: The protagonist is a rotten spoiled brat. The premise of the story hinges on that, in fact. She runs away from home and ends up living in a house with 3 guys (reverse harem), but in reality there is no reason for her to run away from home as everyone loves her and wants her back. But no, the protagonist is an egotistical brat that will have her way no matter what.

Speaking of having her way, she meets a girl who she admires and the girl immediately becomes friends with her, is very kind to her, gives her a makeover and pays for all the clothes etc.... What does our heroine do? Go for the guy that the other girl loves of course! Forget about the fact that this girl has explicitly told her she's loved this guy forever.

There is a guy who is in love with the protagonist but keeps getting rejected. When he finally says enough is enough and tries to get over her, the protagonist is seriously displeased and sad at this, despite the fact that she is in love with someone else and has no feelings for this person. Yup, the protagonist is the kind of girl that wants to keep these guys bound to her. In general, every character in this manga is serving as a "courtier" to the main girl. It's as if they have none of their own lives, wants or desires, it is all about her her her, and everyone else is a cardboard cutout.

The only positive thing I can say about this story is that it reads relatively quickly and it is not boring. I am not exactly sure how the mangaka managed to turn an annoying storyline with idiotic characters and no justice at all, just a puffed up female lead into something other than boring, but somehow she did. That's some talent right there. Still, I do not recommend you read this. It might not be particularly boring, but it sure is very annoying and completely unrealistic.
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Awkward and cute   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by mispelling
July 22nd, 2015, 6:23pm
Some of the parts in this definitely felt forced; but I like all the characters (despite how flat Asahi became as the story progress) the main love-triangle managed to grow during the entire run.

It was definitely interesting to see Shimana and Landlord's relationship grow, and I think the awkwardness between the both made it realistic for me (despite its shoujo cliches)

It's a quick read on one of those days and definitely recommended for fans of Taiyou no Ie
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Give it a second read.   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by Green Mylle
April 21st, 2015, 6:00pm
Try reading it a second go.

I gave it a second and admittedly loved it. The first time I read this was way back in high school. I pretty much have the exact reaction with you guys, Shimana is weak, Zen is cute, Taiga is weird haha. Then I gave it a second read.

What I love the most is the bond with the characters. They all seem like a real family. There's no small drag out emotion. HONESTY, is what makes this awesome.

Zen's pushiness can be annoying at times but he gave it his best.
Shimana's weakness is also her strength and I love how she is honest and fully rejected Zen the first time.
Asahi is the probably the coolest of them all.
Miura is GODDAMN FUNNY!!! One of my faves.
Saeko is perfect.
others etc etc....

LASTLY, Taiyou Fujiwara a.k.a LANDLORD
He's a young adult but has a childish thinking when it comes to love. Again throughout the series you could witness how he becomes open and admitted to liking Shimana and how he was pathetic and all. My favorite character.

All in all After reading it again, I had a different view. Like Taiga I grew up and see some of the other details of the stories and how it was portrayed.....
There was no mushiness and those usual Shoujo shitty fluffs just pure flow sweetness.
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The female lead   
Rating: 4.0 / 10.0
by duaa87852
December 30th, 2013, 12:44pm
The female lead is way too shallow, the art was somewhat fine but after reading about 5 to7 chapters I couldn't take it and I dropped it without a second thought
I can't even say the storyline is that good! honestly, If I can't even sympathize with the lead characters then what's the point of wasting my time my reading such a thing.
You know what I absolutely can't stand? a stupid wishy washy girl who has nothing to do in her life but think about the guy she likes and expects him to do the stupid sh*t that she imagines in her useless brain(sorry I know I sound like I'm over-reacting but the manga was too disappointing for me, seeing the rating I expected something better) like, really? going out and then it rains so you sit there like an idiot and imagines wither the cool handsome guy you like very much will run for you with an umbrella in his hands.... just get your friggin ass back into the house and take a friggin shower, then go to sleep and never wake up
and really? helping the guy she likes to get together with the girl he likes? didn't that get old already? I wonder if that part was meant to make the readers touched or something? with all honesty this part was so tiring to read because of the amount of boredom it contains!
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Rating: N/A
by soop
August 3rd, 2013, 11:01am
I get the feeling that the mangaka was trying really hard for a meaningful type of feeling with this story, the kind of feeling you get from reading mangas like Cat Street or Fruit's Basket or something, but it just doesn't work!!! The characters are so unappealing! The only character I like is Zen!!! If the manga was about Zen I would love it!! I don't like the main character and her love interest because it just keeps going around in circles!! It's getting so boring! I managed to slog through to Vol 8 hoping it will get more interesting but I'm just about ready to drop it!!! Uggghh~!!

Zen is absolutely adorable but his obsession with pandas is kinda...weird EVERYTHING is pandas?? lol!
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Embarassing female lead   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by unnes
March 21st, 2013, 9:31pm
The main character is so wishy washy and noncommital that it's hard to take it seriously. She acts like a child yet seems to fall deeply in love with any older male that looks at her kindly.
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Rating: N/A
by Aoi-Tenshi
March 10th, 2013, 7:32pm
...Well...what can I say? I'm kinda half way into it and the most problematic thing that irks me to a large degree is the strange pacing. It's like a rocket with no sense of anyone manning it. The falling in love part is so quick. It would actually be okay if it didn't include falling in and out and then in again in a span of like 3? volumes. Like first love is fast but then after Asahi, it was into another love like that. Too quick for me to wrap my mind around the sudden shifts in this. Not to mention the shifts in scenes or talking. OHGOSH. Sometimes it feels like the author is slightly drunk because the pacing is not tied together well enough. Almost like she cut off scenes and pasted other cut ones together *Updating after finishing*

... Last updated on July 13th, 2013, 4:33pm
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Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
by YukikoKudo
October 24th, 2012, 8:41pm
This is your average shoujo, stock characters for the most part: try-hard female, tsundere male, bishounen, etc... The art is nice on the eyes though, which is its main selling point over the truly average shoujo story. But if just want to read a simple shoujo, then it's perfect. There's nothing really extraordinary about it (not that there really needs to be).
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This grew on me until I loved it.   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by awavingflag
July 12th, 2012, 12:14pm
The first couple of chapters struck me as humorous and the tone was different than the usual shoujo fare. The premise is nothing new (girl going to live in potential love interests' house) but the execution made it forgivable so I was interested in reading. This may be a typical shoujo set-up, but the way the story is told is anything but. The characters have personality and there are funny moments galore (in my opinion, anyway). The more I read, the more I loved it and I was dreading the 34th chapter because I didn't want it to end. I wish more people would enjoy this series, the mangaka is excellent at her red herring romances and the way she developed the main love interest was just pure joy to read.

The drawing style and tone evolved; the former into more tight lines and overall attractiveness (and wonderful facial expressions!), the latter into more familiar romance-y will-they-won't-they waters. But I've grown to love the characters (and I was ecstatic that my intuition as to the true pairing was spot on) so I don't condemn this series for it.

I agree with reviewer PansyWansyLinsy in that this shoujo is shoujo done the right way. Part of the reason I read through the practical set-up of the beginning (the predictable love interest, Asahi) is that I had a sneaking suspicion that the story WASN'T going to continue that thread... and I was right - Takano Ichigo has a magical way with the story and the characters and the way she lets them interact and grow. The heroine undergoes a maturation and her evolving love interests represent that:
Spoiler (mouse over to view)
Asahi is the typical shoujo love, the first crush of youth, and Shimana getting rejected by him and getting over him is a necessary part of her growth; Zen is more of a wild card, the guy who unexpectedly falls for her and chases her - here, Shimana is the one who is chased, not the chaser, as she was with Asahi, and her understanding that she didn't love Zen shows that she knows herself enough to not fall for a guy she didn't love simply because he likes her; and finally, Taiga is the mature love - she enters this mindset having experienced the other two loves; it's perfect because in retrospect, it's like this is set up from the beginning - of course Shimana wouldn't fall for Taiga in chapter 1, since she wasn't mature enough and she didn't have the experience she gained after Asahi and Zen.
I could go on and on about why I love Shimana and Taiga..

... Last updated on August 20th, 2012, 10:33am
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