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Synonyms: Shoujo Kansen Ritsu, Senjou ni te, Kotoba Nakushite
Japanese: 白磁


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 8
Status: Finished
Published: May 20, 2008 to Apr 27, 2010
Authors: Morie, Satoshi (Story & Art)
Serialization: The Hana to Yume


Score: 7.501 (scored by 1946 users)
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Ranked: #34432
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Popularity: #1709
Members: 3,730
Favorites: 21
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Volumes: /2
Chapters: /8


The beautiful, white skin of high school student Ichijou Seika stole the heart of the young genius painter Manabe Akiharu. However, in order for him to paint, Akiharu must touch that "something" or else his image won't expand. While desiring to touch her, he worries that his thoughts will dirty her...?!

(Source: Intercross)

Included one-shots:
Volume 1: Shoujo Kansen Ritsu
Volume 2: Senjou ni te, Kotoba Nakushite


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Akiharu., Manabe
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Ichijo, Seika
Ichijo, Seika

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Jan 22, 2012
Story: 9
This is a very dark and gritty manga that some may have a hard time enjoying. Ifound the story very interesting but some may find it hard to understand as it has a heavy emphisis on some very complicated feelings. But it is always suspensfull and keeps up the pace throughout the manga.

Art: 5
This is the downfall of this manga for I believe it could have been MUCH better if it had just had some better art that way the author could have shown characters feelings in a much more. But the artist managed to create some very interesting paintings that were read more
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May 15, 2015
Story: 9

Hakuji focuses on the dark and desperate love of Akiharu, a genius painter, and Seika, a high school girl who becomes a model for Akiharu’s works. While the beginning of Hakuji seems light and fluffy, there’s definitely a dark undertone quietly taking its place in the story within the very first chapter. Though a shoujo, the manga is also psychological, and honestly, most readers will not be able to zoom through this manga and completely understand everything that is going on. You have to read every word, and even then, you’d have to read in between the lines to empathize with the characters’ emotions. read more
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Mar 25, 2013
I thought it would be an interesting story given the premise, but instead I found it too slow-paced and repetitive. In terms of the art, I felt like I was reading a rough draft. I expected grittier, faster moving and more psychologically thrilling. I stopped after the second chapter.
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