Aisubeki Musumetachi
All My Darling Daughters
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Aisubeki Musumetachi

Alternative Titles

Japanese: 愛すべき娘たち
English: All My Darling Daughters
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 6
Status: Finished
Published: May 28, 2002 to Aug 28, 2003
Genres: Drama Drama, Romance Romance, Slice of Life Slice of Life
Demographic: Shoujo Shoujo
Serialization: Melody
Authors: Yoshinaga, Fumi (Story & Art)

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Score: 7.191 (scored by 563563 users)
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Ranked: #57632
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Popularity: #9099
Members: 1,649
Favorites: 7
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Synopsis

Yukiko, a salarywoman in her thirties, still lives with her mother Mari. But their relationship suffers a sudden change when Mari announces that she's getting married—to an ex-host and aspiring actor who's younger than Yukiko. Yukiko, convinced he's out to fleece her mom, can't stand to stay in the house and decides to move in with her boyfriend.

(Source: VIZ Media)

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Aisubeki Musumetachi was published in English as All My Darling Daughters by VIZ Media under the VIZ Signature imprint on January 19, 2010.

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Mar 14, 2021
All My Darling Daughters was a surprising slice of life manga with a touch of feminism. The manga showcases imperfect women, mothers, and daughters in a collection of short stories. The stories explore the lives of each women and the choices that they have before them as they enter adulthood.

Each chapter features a different woman, related in some way to the main character, Yukiko. The story starts with Yukiko and her mother Mari, a widow for many years that suddenly marries a second time, this time to a younger man and former host. It’s a bittersweet story that sets the tone for the rest of ...
Sep 14, 2010
This book was awesome! I found it at the library and figured it would be some kind of sappy romance, but it's actually quite interesting. It weaves together the stories of several women all centered around one particular family. Each chapter focuses on a different relationship, either mother-daughter or someone's love life. We see how behaviors get passed from generation to generation and how peoples' pasts affect their presents. The character development is fantastic, especially for only being one volume. I wholeheartedly recommend this to anyone that likes to read slice-of-life stories with drama and humor with a definite ...
Sep 21, 2018
"Forgiving and Loving are all different things"

Despite only being six chapters long,this manga manages to weave a deceivingly complex story about family,aspiration and reevaluating ones self and their relationship after walking down forgotten memory lane.All six chapters contains different stories with recurring or related characters.

Each story is fascinatingly insightful about human lives.This Fumi Yoshinaga masterpiece delivers on every level.It balances the light humor with amazing social commentary and insightful interaction.Also this manga has one of the best closing interaction I've read in any manga.Out of the stories,the second one was a bit too weak and holds it off from being a 10/10 instead of ...

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the second story..
sunsetocean - Oct 1, 2014
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