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Hana-kun to Koisuru Watashi (Manga)

Hana-kun to Koisuru Watashi

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Synonyms: Hanakimi to Koi suru Watashi, Hanagimi to Koisuru Watashi
Japanese: 花君と恋する私


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Apr 13, 2011 to ?
Authors: Kumaoka, Fuyu (Story & Art)
Serialization: Bessatsu Friend


Score: 7.941 (scored by 2415 users)
Ranked: #11432
Popularity: #484
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Nanase Sakashita is good at playing the role of Model Student but that doesn't stop her from taking an interest in Hana-kun, the schools delinquent. Hana-kun accidentally drops a small box while sneaking around on the school grounds. When Nanase tries to return the box, Hana-kun tells her to keep it for its already too late to give it to the person he likes, who is this person?

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Hana, Daikou
Sakashita, Nanase

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Oct 15, 2013
Where do I even start with this exceptional and wonderful manga? Before we really begin, let me ask you this. How many shoujo manga have you read, where the heroine is terribly clumsy, indecisive, isn't smart, doesn't have friends, and the dark-haired boy is the one she falls for in the end, the boy is the most handsome and/or popular, a girl or girls plays dirty against the heroine, coincidental encounters, etcetera? Oh, don't forget the (ugh) "I'll protect you," saying. Those are only some of the overused and cringe worthy, shoujo manga cliches. Well, this manga is NONE of those things. In fact, it read more
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Jan 23, 2015
Before I begin, I would like to apologise for any mistakes that may occur due to the fact that English is not my native language. Nonetheless, I could not fight the need to write this review.

'Hana-kun to Koisuru Watashi' was a surprise. Shoujo mangas are my guilty pleasure and most of the time when I feel like reading one, I am not expecting much form it. With this manga, I once again came to the conclusion that finding something precious when you are not looking for it is great pleasure.

Story is quite simple, nothing extraordinary but it has kind of fresh sensation to it. Emphasis read more
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Oct 24, 2013
Hana-kun to Koisuru Watashi is a refreshing take on the otherwise over-saturated and dull genre that is shoujo romance.

The story incorporates a very sweet, honest and hardworking heroine who's set her eyes on a seemingly rough, violent and delinquent type of boy. What makes this manga truly special is how it uses a familiar plotline in a new and interesting way. The storyline itself has been explored many times before, however it diverges from the usual by providing a couple we can really cheer for.

Nanase (our protaganist) stand up for herself but isn't a crybaby or a pushover. For once, she's genuinely just a nice read more
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Jul 12, 2014
Just finished the latest chapter (as of now) and thought of making a review. I tried my best to not show spoilers so most of it are opinions and not exactly facts. Here it goes:

At first, the story seems like just an ordinary one- about two students who barely know each other but starts to get to know one another after an incident. But in this manga, it's time to unfold the untold story of a class rep. The one who's always a side character and has an unrequited love. I find the development of the story interesting and it's not exaggerated like other read more
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both the heroines are 'role model students' and has taking an interest to the schools known delinquent.
Both male protagonists are considered delinquents, despite their personalities. While Hana-kun to Koisuru Watashi is more gentle, Kimi ni Koishite Ii desu ka shows the comedic side of romance and love in high school.
Romance comedy slice of life with a female delinquent in Yandere Kanojo is and male in Hana-kun is male. School settings and both could be labeled "Fast Romance" with Yandere focusing slightly more on the comedy and its seinen and Hana-Kun mostly on the romance and its shoujo.
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Although the theme unrequited love plays out much longer in Strobe Edge... In Hana-kun its short lived....but the feeling of the story still remains. I think if you liked Strobe Edge's slow pace and anticipation for when realizations will form, and almost a sort of realistic feel to the characters emotions, they sort of collide in that aspect. You may or may not like one or the other but either way these two bring out the great feelings of hurt and true happiness that love brings.

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