Sachi-iro no One Room
One Room of Happiness
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Sachi-iro no One Room

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Japanese: 幸色のワンルーム
English: One Room of Happiness
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Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Sep 30, 2016 to ?
Genre: Drama Drama
Serialization: None
Authors: Hakuri (Story & Art)

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Score: 7.821 (scored by 69396,939 users)
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Ranked: #10762
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Popularity: #548
Members: 23,817
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Synopsis

One day, a girl was kidnapped.

However, that girl started to desire a life living with her captor, and swears that she will marry him. In return, her captor provides her with happiness that she had always longed for.

How could a story between a girl and her captor be so heart warming?

(Source: AOC Translations)

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Sachi
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Oniisan
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More reviewsReviews

Nov 25, 2018
ShionAster (All reviews)
The true value of this series lies within the complexity of the characters. It is a very psychological work.

First I would like to address two issues. First, people have an issue with the age gap between the two main characters, but I feel like this case deserves a special, unbiased outlook. Second, this is not a depiction of Stockholm Syndrome: this isn't really a kidnapping. It's more like she ran away from home and he is taking care of her. Additionally, I would not even consider it to be romantic. The idea of them even "liking" each other is very questionable. As of chapter 27, read more
Jan 3, 2018
Emotional_Seal (All reviews)
Basically...every manga where we have a stalker trying to get his 'girl' turns out to be total s*it. I wanted to read this manga with the same mentality..." Oh hell yea, found a manga which I know is gonna be s*it. WOHOO...IMMA write a s*it review for this..." Well...I was wrong as hell...the manga centers around the girl who was being stalked...not the stalker. The kidnapped girl living happily with her kidnapper...not seen that much? Although it is really cliched manga...it feels like you are pretty much living your own life with them. After the first few chapters...one can be like, "Oh, this manga looks read more
May 5, 2018
Shuc49 (All reviews)
This manga does not really depict a case of the Stockholm Syndrome.

Below contains some spoilers to explain why this manga isn't depicting a case of the Stockholm Syndrome, which would understandably put many people off. If you don't want to see any spoilers go to TLDR.

The girls life has been bad; So bad that she get's abused by her parents at home, her teacher and her fellow students at school. She doesn't even have a lot common sense, such as the knowledge on the existence of a pause function on videos online due to her circumstances. Being "Kidnapped" meant she is more happy than read more
Oct 6, 2020
S0meWhere (All reviews)
“I want to define what my own idea of happiness is”

At first I was reluctant to read this manga because I assumed it was horror, and it was pretty obvious that there was a romantic relationship between the victim and her abductor, which I thought was pretty messed up. However, 5 months later (sushhhh) I decided to give it a try. BOTH of those assumptions were completely wrong, this is not a horror or romance and it’s probably one of the best stories which revolves around a plot or theme of kidnapping. (It’s more of a psychological if you’re into that)

Sachi, 14 year old girl. read more

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