Rumspringa no Joukei
The Scene of My Rumspringa
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Rumspringa no Joukei

Alternative Titles

English: The Scene of My Rumspringa
Japanese: ラムスプリンガの情景


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 5
Status: Finished
Published: Feb 25, 2017 to Nov 30, 2017
Genres: DramaDrama, HistoricalHistorical, YaoiYaoi, Slice of LifeSlice of Life
Authors: Azuma, Kaya (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Chocolat


Score: 8.121 (scored by 567567 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #10200
Members: 1,056
Favorites: 33
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The story of an Amish boy named Theo living in America in the 1980s. Theo has travelled to a bar for Rumspringa, a traditional coming-of-age period for members of the Amish community where the adolescent leaves the enclosed religious community to take part in the outside world. There, Theo meets Oz, a man working as a waiter after abandoning his dream to be a Broadway performer.

(Source: ANN)


Rumspringa no Joukei placed first in the Kono BL ga Yabai! rankings for 2019.

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Dec 29, 2019
_Minnie (All reviews)
I personally believe that there is a very small chance that you will read a shounen-ai/yaoi manga quite as unique as this one. The creativity of the plot and characters was outstanding and the lack of sex to fill the void and plot holes was greatly appreciated.

Let's start with the story:
The story is about an Amish boy- let's stop there. Who said "Lets make a shounen-ai manga about an Amish boy."? Like who takes two VASTLY different subjects and make not only a good manga but a heartfelt, beautiful, and touching manga? Kaya Azuma that's who. Now the story is about an Amish boy who read more
Jun 9, 2020
Krankastel (All reviews)
Different individuals have predisposition to different genres due to a plethora of factors, also mood or life phases play their own part. Ultimately though I believe, it boils down to ideas and execution and as such, to creators' sensibility, talent, studious attitude and/or ability to connect disparate points.

Which is why I get ecstatic when samples of genres I would not prioritise tear down my walls and/or expand my understanding apart from being enjoyable, obviously. I'm rarely overly fond of romance fiction, moreso of homosexual romance but Rumspringa was one of these special exceptions.

(1.) Starting with an introduction on the characters...

Theodore Sullivan is innocent, read more
Oct 2, 2020
gaybats1999 (All reviews)

Spoilers will be contained in their own section.

As a BL reader I have mixed feelings on Rumspringa no Joukei.
On the one hand, it offers a unique and memorable perspective and relationship dynamic. On the other, there are some concerning tropes common to the genre present in this manga that was for me a main detractor from the overall enjoyment.


The story is obviously unconventional, but can be quite enjoyable.
The conflict between the Amish world and the outside creates some unique plot points as well as a sense of direction to the manga that romance can lack. There is a clear question that read more

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