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Tokyo Boys & Girls

Tokyo Boys & Girls

Alternative Titles

English: Tokyo Boys & Girls
Synonyms: Tokyo Shounen Shoujo, Tokyo Boys and Girls, Toukyou Shounenshoujo
Japanese: 東京少年少女

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 18
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 5, 2005 to Jul 4, 2006
Genres: Romance, Shoujo
Authors: Aihara, Miki (Story & Art)
Serialization: None

Statistics

Score: 6.901 (scored by 720 users)
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Ranked: #96352
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #4339
Members: 1,519
Favorites: 14
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Ranked #9635Popularity #4339Members 1,519
MangaAihara, Miki (Story & Art)
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Volumes: /5
Chapters: /18

Synopsis

Kosaka Mimori prays to God to help her get into her dream school, Meidai Attached High School, and wear their ultra cute uniform. She also wants to become cute and find a handsome boyfriend. She's accepted, and excited! But life is not so easy; she makes a friend who is in love with school player, Kuniyasu Kazukita, who's interested in Mimori. And more problems are on the way: a boy from elementary school wants revenge on Mimori for something!

Background

Tokyo Boys & Girls was published in English by VIZ Media under the Shojo Beat imprint from July 5, 2005 to July 5, 2006.

Characters

Shingyogi, Ran
Shingyogi, Ran
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Takaichi, Nana
Takaichi, Nana
Main
Atsushi, Haruta
Atsushi, Haruta
Main
Kosaka, Mimori
Kosaka, Mimori
Main
Kuniyasu, Kazukita
Kuniyasu, Kazukita
Main


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Maechi
Aug 13, 2008
I'm a sucker for complicated high school romances & this definitely hits the spot. This is a realistic high school series and the kids' feelings & behaviours are quite genuine. I don't want to spoil the ending but I will say that it's the perfect conclusion to this story, considering the characters, their ages, & their love stories.
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usagilovedollie
Feb 13, 2012
Great Manga! I finished it years ago and still remember it's awesome goodness!

Much UNlike Aihara's other work, Hot Gimmick, the drama and scenarios here are decently believable and not overplayed.

Mimori is a much stronger character, and is immediately embracing due to her opening scene in the first volume. She has such simple, relatable desires. She just wants to be pretty and wear the cutest uniform available to her. What girl can't see her on that? I mean, when I was Mimori's age, I definitely wanted to be pretty and wear cute clothes.

Even the dramatic things that happen are relatively realistic. I mean, there are read more
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