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Yasashii Sekai no Tsukurikata (Manga)

Yasashii Sekai no Tsukurikata

Alternative Titles

English: A Method to Make the Gentle World
Synonyms: How to Make the World Gentle
Japanese: やさしいセカイのつくりかた


Type: Manga
Volumes: 6
Chapters: 36
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 9, 2010 to Dec 27, 2014
Authors: Takeba, Kumiko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Dengeki Daioh Genesis


Score: 7.811 (scored by 2434 users)
Ranked: #14522
Popularity: #655
Members: 7,044
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Yuu Tomonoga is a genius who was accepted to an American university at the young age of 13 and later accepted into the university's graduate program. Unfortunately, he loses funding for his research, but decides to drop out and continue the research on his own. He travels back to Japan in hopes of getting funding, but he quickly runs out of money for daily living. Luckily, he gets a call from an old friend and accepts his offer to teach at an all-girls school.

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Hirose, Aoi
Hirose, Aoi
Tomonoga, Yuu
Tomonoga, Yuu
Kusakabe, Haruka
Kusakabe, Haruka
Tohno, Touko
Tohno, Touko

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Oct 20, 2011
I'm hesitant to write the very first review for a new series. An obscure one (for now) to boot. So, without any further ado, here's my take -- and do forgive me for any misconceptions I may make since this is still a very new manga.

The summary is exactly what MAL's very own synopsis says. While there certainly are /some/ panty shots, this manga isn't exclusively ecchi. Rather, I feel, it is a very slow school romance. What's very interesting is that despite the common "guy teaches at an all-girls school" trope, the story doesn't read like a harem. Indeed, the mangaka chooses to read more
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Nov 18, 2011
NOTE: I based this review on the five chapters that have been scanlated and uploaded. Sadly, there isn't much to base this review on, but I'll try my best to suffice.

I was looking for some romance manga to read, and a fellow user suggested some series named Yasashii Sekai no Tsukurikata. I checked it out, and saw that it was of the notorious "guy-teacher-at-all-girls-school" plot device. Given that and the romance theme, I was led to assume that this would be another ecchi-here-ecchi-there kind of school romance, with the male teacher character led into conspicuously "troubling" situations with the female students. I checked the volume read more
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