Synonyms: Cupid's Prank II: Cherry Syndrome, Nijidama Punch, Psychic Duo, Nijidama Bonbon
Japanese: さくらんぼシンドローム クピドの悪戯II
Published: Dec 5, 2006 to Mar 4, 2009
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Synopsis"Progressive Rejuvenation Syndrome." This is an extremely rare disease causing the inflicted person to gradually become younger. The main character of this story, Munenori Agawa, is the only person that could save Rena Amami from this odd disease. Agawa's saliva is the only thing that can halt the disease from making Rena younger, so they must kiss everyday in order for her to survive. This causes an immense amount of conflict and drama between Agawa and his new girlfriend, Sayako Asou. This triangle relationship story tests the capabilities and limitations of human love.
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Volume 9: Nijidama Punch
Volume 10: Psychic Duo
Volume 11: Nijidama Bonbon
Related MangaPrequel: Cupid no Itazura: Nijidama
Sequel: Ore x Yome: Cupid no Itazura, Kono S wo, Mi yo!: Cupid no Itazura
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What links these two is what separates them from everything else I've read: three people living together under the same roof (one guy and two women) and the guy managing to have an intimate relationship with the two of them, without war breaking out. The respective trios in the two come to share a close bond, in spite of the obvious jealousy issues that come with one guy doing two girls.
There are countless harem series where multiple girls go after one guy and sod all ever happens. There are also many where the lead and his harem live together. But series with adult, 20+ characters, with relationship complexities and LOTS of wank-worthy sex?... Nah.
In Sakuranbo the girlfriend of the lead doesn't just go, "You need to snog my man to avoid aging backwards, every day?... Ok, no problem!" - she starts out incredibly hostile and jealous, as you'd expect. But once the two women get to know each other and it's clear there aren't any romantic feelings between the snog-needer and the man in the middle, they start living together and act like a happy family.
In Honeymoon Salad it's FAR weirder. The ex the lead has dreamt about for half of his life turns up on his doorstep. At the same time, he starts having sex with another woman. One thing leads to another and all three start living together. You'd expect lots of jealousy, but Ichika (the lead's girlfriend) runs away from men once they start loving her back and actually wants Youko (the ex) to stay, where as Youko gets on with Ichika - despite having the opposite personality - and doesn't mind about the other two getting it on.
Same type mature, romantic, slice of life, seinen manga.
Male employee has a relationship with his boss.
The difference is that Virgin Na Kankei focuses more on 'soft porn'.
While Sakuranbo Syndrome focuses on different things (and a loli-ish problem).
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