Tag Archives: childhood friends

Hatsukoi no Itazura


this is an amazingly cute shoujo by Ichikawa Shou which means that it’s incredible 😉

it’s about a girl who can’t forget a promise she made with her first love that they would meet on a hill on her 16th birthday. When the day comes, there is a boy there waiting for her but he seems a little bit different from what she remembers

this is a gorgeous shoujo that people should definitely read!!!

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Renai Demo Classic


this is another amazing manga about the taisho era that is so adorable!

it’s about Aoi whose family used to be a merchant family but became wealthy because their business was successful. unfortunately, she is nowhere near a lady yet and so for six years reiichirou, a fallen noble,  has been teaching her the skills she needs. the story follows her daily life so it’s funny and cute

anyone who likes shoujos with a historical twist should definitely read this!

Renai Demo Classic Manga Vol.1 Ch.1 Page 8

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Teki wa Ousama


this is new shoujo that just came out today that is pretty good far! 

it starts off as your typical shoujo with the heroine, nobara, entering the school in order to find the prince she met with a kid. once she meets him, his attitude and his reaction to her are nothing like what she expected.

it sounds pretty typical but it’s by Ishihara Keiko so you know that the art is gorgeous and that there will be some sort of amazing twists coming up soon so all shoujo lovers should definitely check this out!


Venus Capriccio


this is one of my all time favorite shoujo mangas ever! the art is absolutely gorgeous and the story is adorable.

it’s about these two childhood friends named Takami, a girl who’s a tomboy, and Akira, a guy who looks kinda like a girl. they met at their piano school and ever since then takami has been looking at him as a younger brother. fortunately, akira’s not as dull.

if you love cute childhood love stories, this is perfect for you

look forward to all of nishikata mai’s works that i’ll be posting throughout the week! 😉