Sennen no Yuki
Millennium Snow
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Sennen no Yuki

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Thousand Years of Snow, Isshunkan no Romance, A Romance of One Moment, One Second Romance
Japanese: 千年の雪
English: Millennium Snow
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Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 18
Status: Finished
Published: Nov 24, 2000 to Dec 10, 2013
Genres: Comedy Comedy, Drama Drama, Romance Romance, Supernatural Supernatural
Theme: Vampire Vampire
Demographic: Shoujo Shoujo
Serialization: LaLa
Authors: Hatori, Bisco (Story & Art)

Statistics

Score: 7.611 (scored by 75237,523 users)
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Ranked: #19302
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Popularity: #935
Members: 15,927
Favorites: 206

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Synopsis

Chiyuki Matsuoka's given name literally means "thousand snow," and it embodies her parents' wish for her to witness the first snowfall of the year perennially. This wish is exceedingly optimistic due to Chiyuki's heart condition, which increases the risk of seizures and decreases her life expectancy. The doctor who presided over her birth said she would be lucky to live 15 years.

Chiyuki is 17 years old when she meets the unlikely vampire Touya Kanou. He claims to hate blood, and he refuses to find a human partner with whom to share the rest of his life. Touya is 18 now, but if he took blood continually from a partner, then they both might live to be a thousand years old.

Chiyuki immediately volunteers to be Touya's partner, but he shoves her away in disgust, inadvertently learning of her poor health when she starts to spasm. Touya treats Chiyuki more kindly after that, but still refuses to drink her blood. She begins to suspect that there is a different reason why he keeps turning her down, but will she live long enough to discover the truth?

[Written by MAL Rewrite]


Included one-shot:
Volume 1: Isshunkan no Romance (A Romance of One Moment)

Background

Sennen no Yuki went on hiatus after chapter 9 was released in LaLa 2002-05 issue and a special chapter titled Chikai no Hi (誓いの日) was published in LaLa DX 2002-07 issue, which was later collected in volume 3 as chapter 10. The series resumed publication ten years later with chapter 11 in LaLa DX 2013-01 issue.

The series was published in English as Millenium Snow by VIZ Media under the Shojo Beat imprint from April 3, 2007 to December 2, 2014. A 2-in-1 omnibus edition was also released from June 3, 2014 to May 5, 2015.

Characters

Yamimaru
Supporting
Kanou, Souji
Supporting
Akira
Supporting
Johan
Supporting
Youji, Kaoru
Supporting

More reviewsReviews

Jul 17, 2016
Rasacera (All reviews)
Since I can only find reviews from almost 10 years ago, I will provide a fresher set of eyes on this manga series since it's finished. I'm no manga critic but I can say that this is probably one of the better short mangas that I have read in a while.

Hatori really did an excellent job executing the plot, and her character development was great considering she only had about 17 chapters to do it. Short stories don't have to be complicated or unique to be good. While the premise and the actual characters are very basic, Hatori is able to make it an read more
Sep 17, 2021
LtTawnyMadison (All reviews)
TL;DR: If you've got a little time to kill and really enjoy paranormal romance shojo, go ahead and read this. It's mostly cute and sweet. The first half does have some glaring story flaws, though. For more detail, keep reading!

I decided to read Ouran High School Host Club recently, and kept seeing ads for this in the back of those volumes, since it's by the same author. I'm really enjoying Ouran and the premise for this sounded interesting (I'm not "into" vampire fic, but have nothing against it) so I decided to try it. I almost stopped after the first volume, but then read more
Aug 8, 2017
LeaOotori (All reviews)
Well, first off, I can say that I cried. That's something that should be taken with a grain of salt, however, seeing that I've cried watching Winnie the Pooh before.

But I sure have a lot to say.

I usually never read any manga that doesn't have an anime (if I watch an anime and like it, I'll read the manga-- usually an effective strategy because the manga is better so it doesn't ruin the anime for me). However, Millennium Snow doesn't have an anime, yet I found myself here.

I am a massive fan of Ouran High School Host Club. After watching the anime (and being read more
Oct 9, 2015
Chinomi-san (All reviews)
At first glance, the plot did not seem so interesting to me because of the typical supernatural romance between a vampire and a human. The first chapter seemed like that, but everything after that was very interesting. There is one underlying point driving the plot, the romance between the main characters, but even the side stories and complications did not hinder it. They were skillfully sewed into the story and I enjoyed them all. I did feel that the very last conflict could have been explained a little better, but the manga did end on a good note for me.

The characters are wonderful. They are read more

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