Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kun
Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun
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Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kun

Alternative Titles

English: Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun
Japanese: 地縛少年 花子くん

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Dec 18, 2014 to ?
Genres: SchoolSchool, ShounenShounen, SupernaturalSupernatural
Authors: Aida, Iro (Story & Art)
Serialization: GFantasy

Statistics

Score: 8.611 (scored by 2209022,090 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #732
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #157
Members: 63,998
Favorites: 6,761
8.61
Ranked #73Popularity #157Members 63,998
MangaGFantasyAida, Iro (Story & Art)
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Synopsis

Rumors of the supernatural overrun Kamome Academy, namely the "Seven Mysteries." One of these mysteries is the legend of Hanako-san, the ghost of a young girl residing in the girl's bathroom on the third floor of the old school building, who is said to grant any wish her summoner desires. First-year high school student Nene Yashiro daringly summons Hanako-san in desperate need of love, but the Hanako that appears before her is a boy!

After Hanako-kun claims that he has no magical items of use, Nene tries various ways to get noticed by her crush. With her desperation reaching its peak, she gets into trouble after consuming a mermaid scale, which turns her into a fish. Hanako-kun rescues her, binding their fates together in the process; in return for this aid, Nene must become his assistant. Now entangled in the supernatural realm, Nene soon discovers that there's much more to the school's Seven Mysteries than basic rumors.

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Background

Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kun has been published digitally in English as Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun by Yen Press since August 29, 2017.

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More reviewsReviews

Dec 31, 2018
OtakuGoneWild (All reviews)
WOAHWOAHWOAH!

Want a fun, compelling story to binge on? Want to enjoy eye pleasing art you can stare at all day? Want to see a good mix of character development and relatability? Want to enjoy every frame and panel in this manga? Well, if so, I recommend taking a peek at this manga because personally, all of this criteria has fulfilled me.

STORY: 10
To me, this story is original in my opinion. Although the idea of having a supernatural partner is an old concept, the way the author molds that cliche into her own special thing in a school setting with little adventures involving supernatural school read more
Dec 2, 2019
animejas (All reviews)
Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun is a manga that is beloved by a bunch of my friends in real life and online, so when I heard it was getting an anime in 2020, I let my curiosity get the better of me by reading it before seeing the adaptation itself.

Excuse me if the review is poorly written compared to my other ones, I just wrote this on the fly without preparing well like the others (since I wanted to avoid spoiling much detail to the story). These are just brief thoughts.

Story/Writing (2/10)

It is a very uninteresting story that felt shoddy in terms of consistency. There were a few read more
Jan 2, 2020
Sodap0ps (All reviews)
Jibaku Shonen Hanako-kun is an enjoyable read, with fun characters, new twists on urban legends and tropes, and beautiful art.

Story - At the beginning of the manga, it might seem like the story will be somewhat episodic or nonlinear. Rest assured, though, a plot does come in to play. Yashiro Nene, a human girl, meets Hanako, a ghost, and the two wind up supernaturally linked to one another and must figure out the mysteries of the school the manga takes place in together. It's not a terribly unusual premise, but the writing makes it fun and interesting nonetheless. As the story progresses, there are read more
Oct 20, 2019
smoso (All reviews)
There are three reasons to read this manga.
1. The art style is unique. It has a cute, surreal, and sometimes creepy vibe to it.
2. It has some very cute and very good boys. Let me re-emphasize: EVERYONE IS EXTREMELY CUTE.
3. The story involves the fleeting, melancholic nature of relationships between ghosts and humans. Also, the ghosts are your classic "I was unhappy during life and am now trying to find fulfillment by remaining here after death" kind of thing. There's a pervading feeling of sadness behind all of the cute character designs and strange supernatural occurrences.

If this sounds like your thing, it probably is.
But I read more

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