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In the Taishou era, there was a girl named Kinako who loved to sing. However, her parents forbid her to sing, and forced her into an engagement! While running away from her engagement, she fainted. During the time she was unconscious, she traveled through time. She wakes up and finds herself in the modern age, where she is confronted by a group of rising idols?!


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Average: 7.2 / 10.0 (17 votes)
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February 22nd 2011, 10:57pm PST


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Ribon (Shueisha)

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Dropped really quickly   
Rating: 4.0 / 10.0
by FeyPhantom
November 27th, 2014, 4:01pm
I wasn't expecting much of this one from the get-go. The art is what I was expecting it to be (nothing to read it for) and the characters are pretty straightforward and 2-Dimensional. Even as an idol group they don't differ much from one another and reading it quickly got a little confusing as to who was who (most idol groups purposely showcase different personalities in their idols but this one had a bunch of members who acted fairly similarly down to their large smiles on stage and during photo shoots). But what stopped me completely on this one was when they took a girl who has no home, no sense of the world in which she's found herself, but who loves to sing (and apparently is quite good at it too) and decided to make this thirteen-year-old a manager of an idol group..... Um, what?

Why does she need to understand their business? Why would a successful idol group suddenly drop their manager and make this girl their new one? Why wouldn't she end up taken in by an orphanage or something because as far as I know, she has nowhere to live and should still be at the age of mandatory schooling in Japan (until the end of middle school). Also (my biggest complaint), wouldn't it make more sense for her to be an idol since she loves to sing and is good at it? Being an idol and being a manager are two completely different jobs with different skill sets. Why would someone who hopes to sing in front of a crowd become a manager who does all their work behind the scenes and needs to be good at organizing instead of needing any musical ability whatsoever. Quite frankly, you don't become a manager to work your way up to being an idol. Hierarchy in showbiz doesn't work that way.

I understand comedy and lighthearted storytelling, but this was just plain messy. Can't stand it and totally dropping it after only a couple chapters.

... Last updated on November 27th, 2014, 4:03pm
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