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Nagasarete Airantou (Manga)

Nagasarete Airantou

Alternative Titles

English: Cast Away... Airan Island
Japanese: ながされて藍蘭島

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Jan 2002 to ?
Authors: Fujishiro, Takeshi (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Gangan

Statistics

Score: 7.771 (scored by 2187 users)
Ranked: #18692
Popularity: #841
Members: 5,029
Favorites: 147
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top manga page.

Popular Tags

comedy ecchi romance

Synopsis

Ikuto Tōhōin is a 14-year-old boy. One day, Ikuto had a fight with his father and ran away from home. He later boarded a ship to oversea, but a huge strom hits in and he fell to the ocean. After spending a week drifting in the ocean, he arrives in an island. However, this island is weird, because Meiji era people is living there. No one could escape due to whirlpool is surrounded the island. More important is that only females living there, who really desperate to marry due to no male exist on the island. (Source: ANN)

Related Manga

Adaptation: Nagasarete Airantou


Characters

 Tohno
Tohno
Main
 Rin
Rin
Main
 Suzu
Suzu
Main
 Michiru
Michiru
Main
 Yukino
Yukino
Main
 Ayane
Ayane
Main
 Chikage
Chikage
Main


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Jan 19, 2009
MrNeutral
Alright basically the hero Ikuto gets into a fight with his dad and decides to run away the result of it is his ship sinks and he drifts to an island that is impossible to get off but at least he's surrounded by girls right? Well except for the fact that he sucks with them either way its a great manga so far the story line is there but you can still miss it
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User Recommendations

Both are Harems that take place on an island. Nagasarete Airantou is more of a comedy type where as Umi no Misaki is more of a romance.
Both are manga about a guy in a typical harem situation. Both Ikuto and Junpei are incredibly dense, and are often put in situations dealing with the supernatural that they don't really want to accept or deal with. Both manga are incredibly funny and have a kind of slice-of-life feel to them. It's also very obvious that the protagonist and the main girl like each other, but are too embarrassed/dense to confess to each other.
This manga is similar in terms of atmosphere, but the story is complete different (in a sense). When I first read this, there was this feeling like "this artwork and character personality is so similar to one that I have read before."
The characters may look loli, but it's ecchi and funny to some degree.
A guy finds himself in a place filled with girls, all wanting to have his kids.
These two romance titles revolve around male protagonists and the many female characters they come across. Each female character encountered usually adopts a couple of stereotypes, and many of them fall in love or become interested in the male protagonist.

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