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My Home Mirano

My Home Mirano

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Japanese: マイホームみらの

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 15
Chapters: 174
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 25, 1996 to Mar 30, 2000
Authors: Sakuragi, Yukiya (Story & Art)
Serialization: Young Jump

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Volumes: /15
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Synopsis

Mirano is a rare find among young women. Not because she is young and pretty, she happens to be both those things, but rather at only 20 years of age, she has the job she'd been dreaming of since childhood... she is a housekeeper. Not exactly the kind of job that "A Woman of the 90's" usually shoots for, but for Mirano it is what she always wanted. She absolutely loves cooking, cleaning, and pretty much anything else "domestic," so being a housekeeper is a natural career choice, short of getting married and starting a family for herself. She was so sure of her ultimate goal, she immediately began her training to be a housekeeper after graduating high school instead of going off to college.

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Dunkjoe
Apr 6, 2010
Only volume 1 is scanlated, 10 chapters. 15 volumes available. What a pity though. Though it's quite fantasy-like, it's actually enjoyable, with a housekeeper like Mirano.
Romance, housekeeping duties seem to be featured in volume 1.

Story:8
Original concept. Started off with impact as well, and up to chapter 10 we can see more of Furuda's likeable personality and skills. The story notes the trust and bonds that housekeepers and their clients share, and sometimes sparks are created as well.

However, the story seems to sometimes have problems solved too easily, or things unresolved. Plus, Furuda seems to experienced for her age so it's kind of eerie, and up read more
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