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Otaku no Musume-san (Manga)

Otaku no Musume-san

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Otaku's Daughter,Otaki no Musume-san
Japanese: おたくの娘さん


Type: Manga
Volumes: 11
Chapters: 63
Status: Finished
Published: 2006 to 2011
Authors: Sutahiro (Story & Art)
Serialization: Dragon Age


Score: 7.881 (scored by 3294 users)
Ranked: #13722
Popularity: #605
Members: 6,611
Favorites: 163
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comedy slice of life


Kanau Yukimura is nine years old, and she's meeting her father for the first time. However, he turns out to be an otaku! The two of them start living together in the same apartment, next to a lot of interesting neighbors. Unsurprisingly, things don't always go smoothly for these two...

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Arisaka, Haruka
Morisaki, Kouta
Yukimura, Kanau
Morita, Taeko
Nitta, Chihiro
Tamura, Tomomi

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Oct 31, 2011
It may be pretentious to give this manga a 10 out of 10..

At first you think well Otaku and a sudden daughter appearance would make for a wacky fun time! It's much more than that. I wanted to read this manga mostly because I was looking for something like Bunny Drop. It has a bit more of a Love Hina feel to it though. The ending was also not what I expected from this type of story line either it's actually a pretty harsh realization for the main character Kouta. So no more semi spoilers.

The story is pretty innocent as a normal everyday girl is read more
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Jul 20, 2013
Responsibility, when thrust upon you as sudden as lightning, could be at times life-changing indeed, and reflects how much you have to improve yourself for the sake of accomplishing a goal, or in the case of Otaku no Musume, sacrificing your desires in exchange of a lifetime commitment, that is, taking care of a child of your own blood. Given the success of Usagi Drop, many manga with child upbringing themes followed suit (e.g. Papakiki, Aishiteruze Baby), considering the many situations that'll happen when your responsibility as an adult takes precedence over others, and what do you know, they became popular too, and so is read more
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User Recommendations

A "normal" person slowly discovers the secrets of otaku.
Slice-of-life titles that depict what it is like living in a Japanese apartment. Both titles frequently show interactions between, and meddling amongst, neighbours.
In both of these titles, the male protagonist suddenly finds himself taking care of a young girl. Both titles explore not only the difficulties involved in being a single parent, but also the happiness it can bring to one's life.
- slice of life
- deals with otaku culture
- a young girl enters the main character's life which changes their lifestyle
- a good balance between comedy and drama
Dad comes home and finds a girl he must all of a sudden take care of. That girl turns out to be his daughter. The difference between the two: Otaku no Musume-san is more light-hearted and comedy-driven while My Girl is more serious and drama-driven.
Slice-of-life titles that follow the lives of a number of characters living in the same setting.

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