English: Paradise of Innocence
Published: Mar 5, 2011 to ?
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SynopsisShouta, a 25-year-old NEET, is mocked by his former female classmates who've all become successes, at their class reunion. A mysterious incident at the school pool throws him back in time and lets him deal with those same classmates back when they were fifth grade girls.
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I couldn’t help to bring myself to review this manga, when I read this manga sometimes I need to ask myself “did I just become pedophile?” or “have I lost my sanity?”. Well, I am not wrong if I thinking that while reading this manga since Mujaki no Rakuen is basically about a bunch of innocence grade schoolers showing their body and do “naughty” things but what makes it worse is this manga is just so interesting in many ways. What a guilty pleasure.
Mujaki no Rakuen story begin when Shouta Handa, a 25-years-old NEET goes to his reunion with his former classmates but suddenly he tripped at the school pool and somehow it throws him back to go back when he was fifth grade. Since he didn’t want to ended up as NEET again in the future, Shouta trying to change his life from now on.
Based on the premise, This manga is really fun, however at the same time there is such feel of guilty too when reading this. If you’re okay with seeing naked body of fifth grade then I think you would have no problem reading Mujaki no Rakuen since that is the main show. Exposing an “unripe fruit” is one of the main interests, in this manga you would be served by so many fanservices that probably would awaken your lolicon spirit.
Another interesting parts of this manga is the innocence. Besides Shouta who is already adult in his mind, all the characters in this manga are still kids. Like when they have to change their clothes surely they didn’t mind about changing in front of their opposite sex since their mind is still “pure” though its different case with Shouta or like when they think kissing could make baby. Its pretty fun to see all of them and remind us when we’re still kids.
Another part of innocence that makes this manga interesting is the romance. Its really fun to see all the innocence kids fallin in love. In this case, our protagonist Shouta is being liked by many girls in his classroom. The way how they reacts despite not knowing their true feelings toward the protagonist is really cute.
For manga that released in 2011, Mujaki no Rakuen art is quite top notch. The background is really beautiful and quite detailed, it really giving us the vibe of surreal environment. The characters design is also a eyecandy for readers, they’re all really cute and really likeable. I think there isn’t any problem within the art itself.
In the end, this manga is quite good for those who’re looking for “refreshing” manga that didn’t need to much thinking. For myself, i really liking this since i found the enjoyment when reading this manga However, do not expect some plot in this manga since this manga is mainly focussing on ”arousing” you rather than giving you stories. read more
I'm going to start it with this: LOLIS EVERYWHERE. If you enjoyed all the flashing in Kodomo no Jikan, you won't be disappointed in Mujaki no Rakuen. If you enjoyed Kodomo No Jikan, you'll like Mujaki no Rakuen since it offers you lolis who get into above age appropriate situations. But instead of an adult, like in Kodomo no JIkan, Mujaki no Rakuen features a 25 year old getting transported back in time to his elementary days.
If you liked the Loli panty shots and other fan service that Kodomo no Jikan has, then you'll like Mujaki no Rakuen.
When you cut all the drama/trauma/psychology of Kodomo no Jikan, you end up with only the fanservice = Mujaki no Rakuen.
Kodomo no Jikan switches between lighthearted and serious moments quite quickly. Mujaki pretty much only has all lighthearted moments.
Both series can be called lolicon fanservice series.
Both manga involve the male characters trying to change his future by not being alone.
Both manga are romance comedy and it has a little of drama I recommend both manga its fun to read and the different are that they are reverse Wagatsuma goes the the future for a slip moment while in Mujaki goes to the past
They have a similar plot of the males being turned into something they're not. In Ichinensei ni Nacchatara the male protagonist turns into a little girl, while in Mujaki no Rakuen, the male protagonist turns into his younger self. Lets just say this leads to them being surrounded by lolis, and the situation becomes uncomfortably awesome. Both reads are incredibly funny! Be careful when reading Mujaki no Rakuen though, as it is way more mature than Ichinenshi ni Nacchattara.
Have fun reading!
Both manga are ecchi-comedies about a class of fifth-graders, as one particular perverted boy gets into all sorts of hilarious hijinks together with his classmates.
Kyou no Go no Ni is more innocent comedy, while Mujaki no Rakuen is borderline-h.
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