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Hirunaka no Ryuusei (Manga)

Hirunaka no Ryuusei

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Hirunaka no Ryusei, Daytime Shooting Star, Cookie Girl, Cream Boy, Tsuyu Kaoru, A Love Story in Moist Rainy Days, Heroine no Ryuusei
Japanese: ひるなかの流星

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: May 20, 2011 to ?
Authors: Yamamori, Mika (Story & Art)
Serialization: Margaret

Statistics

Score: 8.601 (scored by 4133 users)
Ranked: #852
Popularity: #208
Members: 11,424
Favorites: 1,041
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top manga page.

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About high school girls in love with an adult.
Teacher - student relationship in both Kinkyori Renai and Hirunaka no Ryuusei. Plus, the sensei from Hirunaka no Ryuusei is quite similar to the sensei from Kinkyori Renai! Both are adorable and heart-warming stories :)
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The art styles are both really different and gorgeous.

The characters are lovable.

The writing is clever and the plot isn't cheesy.
Both the girls in the manga come from the country side and moves into Tokyo. Basically has same plot of moving to Tokyo then falling in love.
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The heroines of both series are from countryside and soft hearted. But in Hirunaka no Ryuusei, she moves to Tokyo in the beginning of the manga. Their teachers help them in some ways and both stories become about how the definition of love changes for the two heroines.
The feel of the stories and the art are pretty similar. both are very enjoyable
Age gap romance manga between a high school girl/early 20's man who have similar personalities. The girls are quiet, thoughtful, and determined while the guys are kind, yet personally struggle to maintain a "proper" distance between himself the girl.
Both are high school romances where the main protagonist is stuck in a love triangle between one guy who she loves but can't quite have and another guy who she doesn't notice until he confesses, and both love interests are so damn likable that you can't help but root for both of them. If you seek the guilty pleasure of shoujo rom-com cliches, Hirunaka no Ryuusei and Ao Haru Ride are chock-full of adorable moments that will make your heart squeal.
After I read chapter 3 of Hirunaka no Ryuusei I think Kimi ni todoke and Hirunaka no Ryuusei are similar ... A cute girl came to the main character to be her friend just to stay close to the guy who she like . And this cute girl hate the main character .
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Both heroines are in love with their teachers, but Kiss Yori mo Hayaku is a lighter read, and it starts with the student and teacher already together.
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