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Onii-chan to Issho (Manga)

Onii-chan to Issho

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English: Me & My Brothers
Synonyms: Me & My Brothers, Me and My Brothers, Oniichan to issho, Oniichan to issyo, Together with My Brothers, Parallel to the World, How To Use Magic, How to go Through a Secret Door
Japanese: お兄ちゃんと一緒


Type: Manga
Volumes: 11
Chapters: 58
Status: Finished
Published: 2003 to Mar 23, 2009
Genres: Comedy, Shoujo
Authors: Tokeino, Hari (Story & Art)
Serialization: LaLa


Score: 7.921 (scored by 1074 users)
Ranked: #12382
Popularity: #1519
Members: 2,980
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Sakura had lived with her grandma ever since her parents died in a car accident when she was three. When she turned fourteen, her grandma also passed away, leaving her alone. Just when she was about to give up hope having a family, out of nowhere, four guys claim to be her older step-brothers. (Source: Esthétique)

Includes six one-shots: see more info


Miyashita, Takashi
Miyashita, Tsuyoshi
Miyashita, Takeshi
Miyashita, Sakura
Miyashita, Masashi
Fukasawa, Taizo
Miyashita, Shunsuke

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Feb 3, 2008
I love Me and My Brothers, or Onii-chan to Issho! It's a really kawaii manga desu~! I really enjoyed the storyline and the characters. This manga might be a bit the "typical" kind of manga, but it is really good and I really recommended to those that haven't read it yet. It's such a cute family, aka 4 older brothers and one younger sister, where the 4 brothers tries to get along with the sister. The manga is not completely out yet, but it's worth the try! ^o^
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Nov 14, 2009
I think Onii-chan to Issho is a great manga. It has comedy, drama and romance combined and together that makes one great story. One thing I must point out is the fact that Masashi is always dressed like a girl and that bugs me because I can't see him as a boy. But overall its a great manga.
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Jul 6, 2011
For a while there, I was very hesitant about reading this manga. It didn't look all too interesting and I wasn't sure how well I'd like it. But I got to say, when I finally gave it a chance, it was quick to become one of my favorite mangas! It was a very cute story about a fourteen-year-old girl living with four older brothers. (This might be a spoiler, so don't say I didn't warn you!!) Though none of them are related by blood, they all act like brothers to her. However, for her and one of the guys, things are about to change...
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Both share the same type of story - a girl being brought in by a group of guys due to family complications - and the life that ensues from that turn of events. In the case of Me & My Brothers, the protagonist is taken in by her step-brothers (that she only knew as a very young toddler) who all have their own quirks, while in Fruits Basket there is a deeper background to the family (and they are unrelated to her) she gets taken in by. Both have the same feel, the main female in both is practically the same person personality wise, and both have a lot of slice-of-life in the same style as one another. A large part of both is also the quirks of each of the characters involved in the story, learning about the characters, and simple day-by-day happenings. Actually, the characters in both are so similar it is very easy to mix them up, not only their personalities are very alike but even the looks of some are extremely close.
Reverse harems, anyone? Me and My Brothers is a bit less romance centric, in that the girl is their step sister, but it is var var cute and pokes fun at all the male sterotypes like Ouran tends to. It has chara like Tamaki, Mori, Kyouya, and one similar to Hikaru. If you enjoyed Ouran, please give Me and My Brothers a try!
Involves unraveling the truths about the main character's family relations. there's romantic comedy and revolves around the main protagonists' family.
Both cute. Both funny. Both all-around amazing.
These mangas both have a main male lead with a real bad case of a "sister complex", (those of you who don't like incest--worry not, in both these mangas the girl and boy aren't related!) and they're both jam-packed with comedy and and romance. They also have the whole "age gap" factor in common, too.
Girl lives with stepbrothers, each that love her very much. Harem, etc. Both have very similar cutesy themes.
Sakura is the same size as uru. They are both tiny and they don't look like they are in high school. Uru and Sakura both have crushes on guys who are older then they are. Their crushes are in denial that they have any feelings toward them, but they are actually in love with the main character. Both of these mangas are top funny. I guarantee that if you love this manga you'll also love shiawase kissa sanchoume. (a.k.a. Happy cafe)

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