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Yumemiru Taiyou

Yumemiru Taiyou

Alternative Titles

English: Dreamin' Sun
Synonyms: Bambi no Tegami, Heart no Tomato
Japanese: 夢みる太陽

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 10
Chapters: 53
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 13, 2007 to Aug 11, 2011
Genres: Romance, Shoujo
Authors: Takano, Ichigo (Story & Art)
Serialization: Bessatsu Margaret

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Score: 7.951 (scored by 3964 users)
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Ranked: #10212
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Popularity: #425
Members: 10,621
Favorites: 227
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Volumes: /10
Chapters: /53

Synopsis

While loitering in the park, Shimana Kameko, who intended to run away from home and skip school, meets a suspicious man in a kimono. This man, who had been locked out of his house, offers Shimana a place to stay. However, he requests she fulfill three conditions in exchange for her tenancy!?

(Source: MU)

Included one-shot:
Volume 1: Heart no Tomato

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Characters

Nakajou, Zen
Nakajou, Zen
Main
Fujiwara, Taiga
Fujiwara, Taiga
Main
Kameko, Shimana
Kameko, Shimana
Main
Tatsugae, Asahi
Tatsugae, Asahi
Main
Miura, Naoki
Miura, Naoki
Supporting

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Moon_Light
Mar 28, 2011
At some point or another, we’ve all wanted to run away. Be it because life isn‘t how we imagined it to be or some things are just too hard to deal with. To not have to worry about what we leave behind or maybe that’s the reason we want to leave so badly.

On very few rare occasions, you might actually do it, leave your fears and move on. When that unusual phenomenon happens, sometimes it could be the biggest mistake of your life, others times it turns out to be exactly what you needed. Even if that road is as bumpy as it is read more
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Jeka-K
Jul 31, 2015
"My third condition is: have a dream."

Now, as many of you can guess from the synopsis of the story, the very beginning is pretty cliché for a shoujo manga, which has turned many readers to drop it or just toss it away because of the overused story. But, don't do that and give this manga the second try. :)

Story: 8
Like I said, Yumemiru Taiyou starts off as many other mangas of the same genre - meeting a guy by accident and going to live with him. Now, I was hesitant at first whether to continue it or not, but I decided to do it because read more
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AyaSeiran
Jul 6, 2010
Story/Characters:
Since there is already a synopsis of this story....
The one thing that really sets this story apart from others are the characters' personality and how they interact/view each other. If it weren't for that, the plot would seem a bit over done (but of course, I'd want to read it to find out the ending ^_^). In this story there is a girl who ends up living with a few guys- none of which are truly cliché. There is Taiga that reminds me of Shigure from Fruits Basket and Asahi that is actually cool "at home", but a "nerd" at school. Finally, Zen who read more
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NandS2
Aug 22, 2013
Story: 7
The story here is standard shoujo fare, girl finds herself in the unpredictable situation where she must stay in a house full of boys. She finds herself falling in love with one of the boys, and the manga primarily deals with her relationships, and about them finding and following their respective dreams in the face of opposition. All very generic stuff.


The characters are all interconnected, and if you've read enough shoujo manga, there is truly nothing that will surprise you here. Some moments are positively cringeworthy, but these are few and far between what is a pretty heartwarming story despite it's unoriginality thanks to read more
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