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Himegoto - Juukyuusai no Seifuku   
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HIME-GOTO: uniforms at the age of nineteen
Himegoto - 19sai no Seifuku
Himegoto: Juukyuusai no Seifuku
Secrets - Uniforms at the age of nineteen
ヒメゴト ~十九歳の制服~

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v.8 c.100 by Megchan's Scanlations over 7 years ago
v.8 c.99 by Megchan's Scanlations over 7 years ago
v.8 c.97-98 by Megchan's Scanlations over 7 years ago
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8 Volumes (Complete)

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Average: 7.9 / 10.0 (436 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.8 / 10.0

Last Updated
December 22nd 2023, 4:40am



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Mobaman (Shogakukan Label)

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10/10 Traumatized me but wouldn't mind reading this again  
by Lokin
March 1st, 2024, 11:41pm
Rating: 10.0  / 10.0
Really really loved the characters and their interactions, first time (while reading it at the time---which was a decade ago) I've read characters in a manga and thought "Finally characters that feel real" to me and it intrigued me on a level of how the author did it on not just a surface level. Big respect to the author.

Would read it gain for the crazy ride even if makes my brain feel weird, because I enjoyed the trainwreck and how the author manages to all wrap it up in a satisfying ending.

... Last updated on March 1st, 2024, 11:45pm
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Bit of a soap  
by Nib
November 28th, 2022, 8:50pm
Rating: N/A
I know most long-running josei are basically just manga soap operas, I think it fits in this case. I'm a big fan of psychological drama smut josei, specifically those with femdom (plus crossdressing? I thought this manga was tailor-made for me when I read the description!), and the psychological drama is standard fare for the genre. I mean, sexual assault is thrown around without regard for nuance and seems shoehorned into some characters' backstories for extra drama, but again, the standard for the genre. The femdom is definitely different than what I was used to, but the mangaka makes it work!
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Would've liked to see our two mains happy and sexy for more than, like, 2 chapters, though

I have to echo 801crazed's review; this thing needed to be at least 2 volumes shorter. Honestly, the line I related most to was (during the drawn-out drama in the middle of the series) when Rina tells An that they should probably cut ties with the three main characters because they're kind of freaks caught up in their own world. There's a certain point where you just wanna shake Yuki and Aiba and tell them that they're literally playing themselves, though each person's tolerance for this kind of relationship dysfunction varies.

While the beginning is a lot more engaging than what it becomes, I was fairly satisfied with the ending,
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even if the whole thing resolves a bit too well for everyone. Seriously Sho should've gone to jail or, at the very least, never been in contact with Yuki again
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by NerevarineVivec
September 27th, 2018, 8:26pm
Rating: N/A
This manga does some things good. It has excellent pacing and every chapter leaves the reader wanting more.

But oh man, does the author rely on rape and sexual assault to move the story along. In the first couple chapters, literally every character has sexually assaulted and attempted rape of the main character. And even later on in the story, characters being raped, character were raped, happens waaay too much.

The main romance feels way too force. So the main character has some masochistic tendencies, shown at the start. So when when the first character sexually assaults her its shown as something she wants, and even starts being attracted to the person who did it. But when the childhood friend character does it, then o shit its a big deal. And then the childhood friend characters is just thrust into the background and never thought of again until its convenient to the plot.
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Better in the beginning  
by 801crazed
January 16th, 2018, 8:28am
Rating: 8.5  / 10.0
This was a lot better in the beginning but then it out stretched out a bit too much. Some of thr drama in the middle was kinda pointless. I still enjoyed this, but it should have been at least 2 volumes shorter.
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by aroptua
September 4th, 2017, 4:12pm
Rating: N/A
I think part of the appeal were the short chapters initially.
The story ends abruptly, kind of, but it's so rewarding and each chapter ends in a cliffhanger, naturally. But these kids, man, after every single page you just want them to figure things out for themselves and have a happy life.
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Also, one of the oddest love-triangles I have ever seen.

This was just wow.

... Last updated on September 5th, 2017, 12:17am
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by Dr. Love
August 15th, 2017, 5:12pm
Rating: N/A
Following the lives of dysfunctional teenagers/early-twentiers coming to grips with love and sexuality has always been a weak spot for me. I really like the cast, and every one of them feels fleshed out and their complexes/insecurities thoughtfully examined. Definitely recommended
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so unique and interesting  
by countingwounds
June 25th, 2017, 5:57pm
Rating: 8.0  / 10.0
full of twists and unique-ness, one of the more interesting manga series I have read in a while! Had it's downsides, but it gets you reading it until the end. The characters have a good back story and real side to them a lot of series don't explore. Very nice!
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Wow this is awesome  
by Trimutius
June 6th, 2017, 5:12am
Rating: 10.0  / 10.0
It was very nice going through the manga and then even the ending was exactly what i hoped for... I definitely recommend this. Though if you don't like cross dressing or prostitution theme you have been warned, there is a bit of that right from the start...
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Train wreck with nice clothes  
by CCheshire
February 8th, 2017, 10:39pm
Rating: N/A
So far I've read up to the last vol and checked out the raws so I have good idea how the story ends.

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Nothing is resolved. The entire manga series would have had a decent ending where Yoshiki finds out about Kaito and Mikako at the hotel and says CYA. Also, she returns to being friends with Sho (WHy) at the last chapter. How do you even justify even wanting to know such a person?

It's frustrating since ever step forward there's 10 steps backwards in their relationship and I'm so tired of love triangles in manga. The best ending would be a retcon where the MCs just never meet each other at college and get on with their broken lives. It's a shame since the manga-ka had a decent idea but just never managed to make it work with the pointless loldrama scenes.

Skip it unless you like endless drama and cute outfits. Also everyone except Yoshiki has a terrible personality from beginning to end.
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I just want these kids to be alright  
by transbikes
February 7th, 2017, 1:24am
Rating: 10.0  / 10.0
As I'm writing this the last volume is being translated. And. I. Am. So. Nervous !!! Ive grown so attached to these kids and I just want them to all be okay and to finally come to understand and know and love each other as I know they all can.

The characters are all very three-dimensional and they each have their own sets of unique, intense baggage. Throughout the story we get to see how they are slowly working to overcome their issues, with many steps backwards before they go forwards, etc. The characters are all fairly self-centered and become inter-dependent upon each other to reflect their own self-worth - and while this narrative can be stiffing at times, it is what makes the characters believable and compelling. Like most humans, they are inherently flawed. And while their actions are often misguided, it is with good intent. The story & writing overall feels very realistic and I know that this manga can be A LOT for some people, but I really do recommend it.

It has prevalent themes of identity exploration and each character goes through their own personal journey of trying to discover who they really are after having hidden behind a "mask" personality for so long. Gender and sexual exploration are central themes, and while I might otherwise be turned off by the amount of explicit content in this manga, it is used with purpose and is necessary for the story, honestly.

I wouldn't recommend going into this lightly, but if you're up for a terrible torrent of emotions, then get ready, cause its a wild ride.

... Last updated on February 7th, 2017, 1:43am
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