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Chocotto Sister (Manga)

Chocotto Sister

Alternative Titles

English: Chocotto Sister
Synonyms: Chokotto Sister, Chocosis
Japanese: ちょこッとSister


Type: Manga
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 71
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 19, 2003 to Apr 27, 2007
Authors: Zappa, Gou (Story), Takeuchi, Sakura (Art)
Serialization: Young Animal


Score: 7.321 (scored by 1004 users)
Ranked: #48562
Popularity: #2747
Members: 2,001
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Haruma Kawagoe is an only child. A long time ago, at Christmastime, his mother miscarried the child that was to have been his baby sister. That night, young Haruma knelt down and offered up an earnest prayer: "Please make my mother well again, and please give me a little sister." Years have passed, and Haruma has nearly forgotten his prayer. But Santa hasn't.... one Christmas, when Haruma is least expecting it, he gets an unusual present - his sister. (Source:ANN)


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Oct 22, 2011
I've read a fair number of manga with some rather odd set-ups but I rarely come across one as jarring as Chokotto Sister, which requires the reader to suspend all sense of disbelief just to get into it. But once you've passed that initial barrier you’ll discover that Chokotto Sister is just a light-hearted Slice of Life, with a fair amount of Romance and really not much else.

Haruma Kawagoe is a university student living independently, then one day out of the blue; his decade old wish is granted in the most unusual of fashions. Now he has a cute little sister, haply named Choko that read more
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Aug 23, 2013
This was quite a cute and entertaining story. The only thing, which I didn't quite understand and could have been approached differently, was the whole santa thing. Nonetheless, I guess it wasn't such a bad idea and actually a bit original in order to make sense the whole getting a little sister out of nowhere.

The characters where really enjoyable, from which Choko's and Chitose's being my favorites. I really enjoyed the interactions between Choko and her oniichan, and I couldn't stop laughting at Choko's innocence, and Chitose's daydreams. It was quite interesting to see how Haruma, Choko's Oniichan, matured during the series, becoming read more
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Both are incredibly heartwarming stories where the male protagonist has a little girl appear out of seemingly nowhere and he alone is responsible for taking care of her as her new big brother. The stories are told amazingly well where the characters experience many valuable life lessons like love and heartbreak, dysfunctional families and the importance of being together with loved ones, and the significance of responsibilities and keeping promises. Both little girls, Choco and Yuzuyu are blindingly cute, and they will make you want to keep reading right from start to finish. 
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Chocotto Sister and Countrouble are both romantic comedies that have similar styles in humor and slice-of-life. Both manga have a nonsensical premise in which a little girl is suddenly introduced into the protagonists' lives. Also, in both manga, this event eventually leads into romance. 
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Manga: Chobits
They have almost the same boy-meets-girl ordeal except in Chocotto Sister, of course, she takes the role of the main's younger sister. The story also kinda follows the daily life and experiences of Choko like Chobits does with Chii. If you want a manga with the same feel as Chobits then Chocotto Sister comes very close.  
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In both, the male protagonist's life changes when a young girl(s) starts to live with him. Both titles are mostly light-hearted in nature, though romance and drama is also apparent. 
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Comedy, slice-of-life, romance, and some drama highlight similarities between these two series. Both are light-hearted, and often do not dwelve into heavily dramatic situations many would expect in seinen series with a romance focus. 
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The premise of both titles revolve around a male protagonist and the sudden appearance of a younger girl in his life (a sister in Chocotto Sister and a daughter in Otaku no Musume-san). Both titles also showcase apartment life through the frequent appearance of neighbours. 
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