Published: Mar 1, 2011 to Jun 13, 2014
Score: 7.711 (scored by 294 users)
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SynopsisIt's the middle of the Meiji Era and our heroine, the little Suzu, is sold to the red lights district. However, the rich heir of a dry-goods store Tsugaru buys her freedom for no apparent reason. She is deeply grateful for being saved, but she doesn't understand why he paid so much money for her and the only explanation he offers is "we have a bond." She tries to unravel the mystery of his feelings and gradually grows from a little girl to a young woman, always by his side. A gentle and slow-paced love story set in the Meiji Era.
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Taiyou no Ie and Meiji Hiiro Kitan are both heartwarming stories with well considered and deep characters. They both tell the story of a younger, lost girl who is taken into the home of a considerably older male love interest.
The main difference is probably in the level of realism. Taiyou no Ie is set in the present day and is more plausible. Meiji Hiiro Kitan is set in a romanticized Meiji era and the female protagonist's drawn age is too young to suit her personality or to allow the romance to be at all feasible.
Both manga portray a form of partnership between the male and female protagonists. The girls were once saved by the guys in the past and decide to help them in their line of work as a form of repayment while harbouring unrequited love towards them. Meiji Hiiro Kitan features a the story in a historical setting, while Yashio to Mikumo features the story with supernatural aspects.
Both mangas have a younger girl in love with a older guy.
Both the main male characters have a best friend.
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