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Oka no Ue no Rakuen

Oka no Ue no Rakuen

Alternative Titles

English: The Paradise on the Hill
Japanese: 丘の上の楽園

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 6
Status: Finished
Published: May 2007 to ?
Genres: Shounen Ai
Authors: Tenzen, Momoko (Story & Art)
Serialization: None

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Score: 7.381 (scored by 497 users)
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Ranked: #46932
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Popularity: #7797
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Synopsis

Kijima teaches at an all girl’s school. While all his friends think his job is pretty “sweet,” dealing with the daily confessions of his adoring students is actually rather annoying. Luckily the new P.E teacher, Ono, has taken the brunt of the girl’s attention away. The poor guy gets attacked by the scheming debutants on a daily basis! When Ono approaches Kijima for advice on how to deal with the bold advances and confessions from his students, Kijima finds himself intrigued by the shy, timid teacher.

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Background

Oka no Ue no Rakuen was published in English as The Paradise on the Hill by Digital Manga Publishing on May 30, 2007, and later digitally on June 24, 2009.

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Aug 18, 2008
NanashiMoriko (All reviews)
Notes: Also contains Summer Rain, a bonus story.

This was a fun little read but fairly stand alone.

The character interaction was good and well written, but there wasn't much else to them apart from that. The relationship progressed well. though there could have been more male loving, but I'll always say that! There also could have been more flirting and tension as they are both always fun.

But it still made me laugh out loud in places and I enjoyed it. It was a little confusing in places as to whose thoughts you were reading. That annoyed me a bit, but over all it was a read more

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