Synonyms: AteYa No Tsubaki, Ate Ya no Tsubaki, Tsubaki the Hope Seller, Count on ya Camellia
Published: 2008 to ?
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SynopsisHousen is a painter of erotic art in the Edo period, who stumbles into a murder mystery involving women who have hooked up with one of his patrons. With the help of Tsubaki, a girl he runs into on the street who seems to know more about him than he does and is an artist herself, they start unraveling mysteries involving sex, murder, and occasionally the occult...
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Both titles are set during ancient Japan when Samurai and Ninja are plenty.
Both titles have gorgeous artwork and ecchiness.
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