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Himitsu no Ai-chan

Himitsu no Ai-chan

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Ai-chan's Secret, Tenohira no..., 18 made ni Shitai xx na Koto!, Yadogiri no Shita de Bokura wa Kiss wo Suru, Koisuru Tantei
Japanese: ヒミツのアイちゃん


Type: Manga
Volumes: 15
Chapters: 73
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 24, 2009 to Sep 24, 2014
Authors: Kaori (Story & Art)
Serialization: Cheese!


Score: 7.761 (scored by 2630 users)
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Ranked: #19082
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Popularity: #1187
Members: 8,174
Favorites: 72


There's a love story that begins as a rivalry on the side of the girl. both involve maid :D both girls fight or deny their sentiments, and are strong willed. Kaichou wa maid-sama is better imho, because the story of himitsu no ai chan seems to have evolved from a one volume story to a serialization, so the first chapters are too quick and go over a lot of things that could have been better thought out a little slower for a few extra chapters :). 
reportRecommended by FtY
Both of the female main characters view the male main characters as their ultimate rival. Because both female main characters are too stubborn to notice the male main characters' feelings, the male main characters propose date resulting challenges which both the female main characters accept. 
reportRecommended by BrokenRainbow88
Both girls have their school rivals catch them working at a cosplay cafe and feel vulnerable about their secret being exposed. The relationship progresses a bit differently in each case, but the general level of hysteria around keeping the secret under wraps is very similar. 
reportRecommended by ishitagupta
The romance is kind of similar and they both have basketball in it :) 
reportRecommended by Itsjulie
both are 'fast romances' with strong lead characters 
reportRecommended by aziza
Both mangas are about a girl who wants to take revenge on the male main character. In Kimi no sei the female MC wants to take revenge over the boy who bullied her a long time ago, and in Himitsu no Ai-chan it's Ai who wants to finally win and take revenge over Leo 
reportRecommended by Nefaci
Guy fell in love with a gril [ she doesn't know about that - as always ], he is trying his best, but from the begining he don't really know if it is even possible to make her his. I am saying here abaout Andou [ in Strobe Edge ] and main couple in Himitsu no Ai-Chan 
reportRecommended by Shadake
The guy is first to fallen in love with the main femile character - so he try to make her feel the same. The girls is confident but at the same time shy and don't know how to behave in the relationship. The main goal is to found out what love is. 
reportRecommended by Shadake
From the start main characters don't really like each other ( I would even say hate ), but from some events they fall in love and try too keep do their best in the relationship. Also, the guy in both manga play basketball. 
reportRecommended by Shadake
There's a similar rivalry theme, and the guy falling for her a long time ago. There's a different mood to this manga, but they are both love stories that are incredibly cute! 
reportRecommended by Neonfun
In both manga girls are strong and stubborn - never give up. Don't really know what love is, never expirience any relationship and also - are behaving like a tomboy. The guys are fallen in love with them from the start but as well they like to tease the one they cherish. 
reportRecommended by Shadake
It's the same - love, when the guy is totally crazy about one girl and try to make her fall in love with him. Also, the passion of guys in both manga is basketball. The females don't really know how to behave next to their new boyfirends, this is their first time in holding hand / kissing / sex etc. 
reportRecommended by Shadake
They both have strong girls, they both have their competition with a guy and they both have a job when they have to act as another person 
reportRecommended by nanees
Both are for mature audiences. Both are focused around the main characters blossoming relationship & the hardships they have to overcome along the way. Both male main characters openly claim that the female main characters are their "toy". 
reportRecommended by BrokenRainbow88
Two mangas about a girl who dresses like a boy and both involve basketball , if you like one you will like the other one ºwº  
reportRecommended by AlfaCielx
In both, started off with the girl doesn't like the guy, the guy fall in love first. The girl dressed up and the guy asked her out, 'seemingly' not knowing that the girl is someone 'close' he know, and they started going on dates.The girl then fall in love with the guy. 
reportRecommended by hokaru
In both manga passion from girl and a guy is sport. In Himitsu and Beniiro girls are strong ans stubborn - hate to lose and give their everything in the matches. The guys also will do everything to win. From the start they don't really like each other, always teasing and try out who is better - but later on they fall in love. 
reportRecommended by Shadake
Tomboys who try with the most handome guy what it means to love somebody. Later on the girls are trying their best to look more feminine. 
reportRecommended by Shadake
In the start guy is in love with one girl - who's feeling are just begining. From the first sight it looks like they don't really like each other, but later on, they relised they are ment to be together. 
reportRecommended by Shadake