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Bokura wa Itsumo (Manga)

Bokura wa Itsumo

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Synonyms: We Are Always, Himitsu no H-kun
Japanese: 僕らはいつも


Type: Manga
Volumes: 11
Chapters: 63
Status: Finished
Published: Nov 5, 2007 to Feb 5, 2013
Authors: Fujimiya, Ayu (Story & Art)
Serialization: Margaret


Score: 7.661 (scored by 2229 users)
Ranked: #25282
Popularity: #655
Members: 6,037
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Nori Sakurada is riding her bike one day, when she meets up with a boy she used to know when she was little. He has grown, but doesn't look very happy...

(Source: Osuwari Team)

Included one-shot:
Volume 1: Himitsu no H-kun


Mishima, Saeka
Murakami, Kyousuke
Sakurada, Nori
Sekikawa, Haruna

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Feb 23, 2009
Bokura starts out with a cozy small town atmosphere, and you don't realise the potaganist is a 16 year old girl until she tells us so herself, because the artwork makes all the characters look rather agelessly middle schooled.

So Nori is on her way to the train station to pick up a boy who is coming to live with his uncle now, due to unknown familial circumstances, only this boy has stayed in this town 8 years ago as well. On her way, she meets up with her friend Kyousuke but his girlfriend seems bent on glaring at Nori until she hastily departs. Hmm, suspcious. read more
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Sep 5, 2010
The plot is a slice-of-life focusing on the day-to-day experiences of four teenagers: the energetic and childish Nori; the sad but mysterious Haruna; "Prince" Kyousuke, the popular one; and the mature and beautiful Saeka.

Bokura wa Itsumo begins with Haruna's return to their small but comfortable town and unravels from there, introducing the trials each character must face. It's a sweet story that never once feels forced; there's no pointless drama but at the same time it's moving forwards consistently.

It's not unique - familiar themes are covered in this manga, after all - but the ultimate result is endearing and fresh; perhaps, in part, due to read more
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Jul 1, 2011
There are 4 protagonists in this Manga. It shows their point of view with the current situations.

Nori- A very childlike girl. (do not mistake, she isnt like those stupid girls who are shy and cant do anything right) who's childhood friends with Haruna, Saeka, and kyouske. She's more of a happy go lucky girl.

Haruna- A more reserved guy who doesnt want to show his feelings. He came back to the town recently. he was very close to nori when he was a child.

Saeka- A beautiful matured girl who had known kyouske and nori the most when she was a child. she thinks of nori read more
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- childhood friends;
- gather again in the small town;
- find out what changed and what remains the same;
- and deal with the experiences of adolescence.
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somehow the charactersetting in chihayafuru really reminded me of bokura wa itsumo - with chihaya's personality being similar to nori, arata to haruna and taichi to kyosuke. the stories are totally different though, but definitely worth reading
The male lead are similar in a way - for example, they are both in their own worlds, or something like that; mysterious/weird. Basically, you wouldn't know what they're really thinking. The female protagonists are also a bit weird - they do unordinary things, so in the end, both of the male and female characters are hard to relate to ourselves(?) . To explain, if i were to describe them as blood types, then both of the female and male protagonists would be AB. <-- (it's just an example) Also, because both of the stories have a girl that act as a love rival, such as like an ex-girlfriend, etc. In addition, the stories both have a 'love triangle' kind of thing :-)
Sweet romance between childhood friends. Bokura wa Itsumo has multiple protagonists who are childhood friends and the story revolves around their relationship. Both mangas involve a childhood friend returning back to their hometown.
both twisted story, love triangles, a remote countryside city
Though the stories are quite different, they both have a childhood friend that returns that likes the main girl. And plus, the both evolve around romance and comedy, so you might enjoy both.

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