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Hari no Hana (Manga)

Hari no Hana

Alternative Titles

English: Quartz Flower


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Aug 2009 to ?
Authors: Inariya, Fusanosuke (Story & Art)
Serialization: HertZ


Score: 7.181 (scored by 217 users)
Ranked: N/A2
Popularity: #7726
Members: 603
Favorites: 1
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With the seal of the beast carved into his skin, the story of rogue monk Ashiya Douman begins!

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May 7, 2014
Inariya Fusanosuke has the ability to give you a history lesson with some breathtaking art, defined characters and above all: amazing forbidden romance.

Hari no Hana (Quartz Flower) is based in the Japanese Chowa Era (1015 A.D.) where a junior priest, Ashiya Douman, and his companions have been employed to abolish a curse afflicting the Emperor's eyes. That's basically the make-up of the plot, however, the story is centered around two people: Douman, a priest with red hair, golden eyes and a seal of the beast tattooed on his forearm, and Suikei Ajari, a priest who saved Douman as a child and is bound by his read more
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Manga: Ouchou Haru no Yoi no Romance
The only similarities between these two are the Historic/Yaoi tags. I find the art are both on different levels. I personally like Inariya's art a lot more, as it is more refined and detailed.

As for the History: i feel that this genre dominates the plot for both mangas. You find less fan-service and more dialogue in both. 'Hari no Hana' is a lot more serious and less appealing to the younger audience, than 'Ouchou Haru Romance'. I also found both confusing because i don't really understand Japanese history.

Both are more about the historic story line, than being a Yaoi. They  read more 
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