Koi wo Shiranai Bokutachi wa
We Don't Know Love Yet.
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Koi wo Shiranai Bokutachi wa

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Japanese: 恋を知らない僕たちは
English: We Don't Know Love Yet.
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 11
Chapters: 45
Status: Finished
Published: Jun 13, 2017 to May 13, 2021
Genres: Romance Romance, Slice of Life Slice of Life
Theme: School School
Demographic: Shoujo Shoujo
Serialization: Bessatsu Margaret
Authors: Mizuno, Minami (Story & Art)


Score: 7.521 (scored by 999999 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #24042
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #3410
Members: 4,376
Favorites: 61

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High school is a time to find oneself, a period of uncertainty and growth. For most, it's a time to experience love for the first time. For six certain high school students, love is a mystery that threatens to bring them together yet tear them apart at the same time.

Realistic yet outwardly playful Eiji Aihara is close friends with the serious Naohiko Bessho, who is in a long-distance relationship with Izumi Shiosaki, Eiji's childhood friend. Eiji's daily activities put him in contact with Mizuho Ikezawa and Taichi Senami, who has a crush on Ikezawa. Meanwhile, Koharu Fujimura is a girl experiencing her first relationship, yet she is unsure whether this is truly love. After an encounter with Naohiko, her eyes begin to open.

Inexperienced and innocent, the lives of these six students begin to intertwine as they come to terms with themselves and grow to discover the true meaning of "love."

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Nov 22, 2021
duylinhsss (All reviews)
Shoujo, school, romance, drama are as cookie cutter as they get. These tags dominate the shoujo comic sphere. It has been done over and over again, with almost the same set up, plotline, only deviation is in the quality of the drama and the message of the comic. For Koi wo Shiranai Bokutachi wa, or We don't know love, it started really well.

I didn't quite emphasise how overdone the setup is, of all the shoujo comics on the top list, at least 60% of them have this premise. It can't be helped, it is the target audience, young girls. That being said, Koi wo Shiranai read more
Jan 6, 2018
Major_Gilbert (All reviews)
Written by the same author who wrote Nijiiro Days, "We Don't Know Love Yet" is set in the same world and has similar themes. But this is slightly more serious.

Story: 9
The story revolves around 6 boys and girls. This is just the start but really it looks pretty promising as each chapter never bores you.

Eiji seems more like someone who doesn't really care about true love as his interests change all the time during middle school but his development is really interesting as starts to think back. Naohiko, a friend of his, has not experienced love but soon gets to like Izumi, a childhood read more
Jan 9, 2021
tetsuya2 (All reviews)
I couldn’t recommend this manga enough! Since around a year I’ve found it pretty hard to get into reading any new shoujo, mainly cause most shoujo are very much centered around high school and that’s just not as relatable to me anymore. I’ve had this shoujo sitting in my reading list for a while and seeing as it had a good number of chapters I thought I’d give it a go. To my surprise I got really hooked on the story and couldn’t stop reading it!

Unusual for shoujo it is set from a guys perspective and usually I don’t find those stories as entertaining, but read more
Jan 15, 2018
episode18 (All reviews)
If you loved Minami sensei's previous work, Nijiiro Days, or any of her previous works for that matter, then you'll love this one. It has everything that made Nijiiro Days so great. A sharp and beautiful art style, love-able characters, interesting premise, and a wonderful sense of immersion in the world.

However, unlike Nijiiro Days', this new story has a more meloncholy feel to it. It's not as sunny all the time and it looks like we will be dealing with more serious issues this time around. This manga is still very new so there isn't much to say, however, it has started very strong.

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