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Hanakage no Kioku

Hanakage no Kioku

Alternative Titles

English: Flower Shadow's Memory
Japanese: 花影の記憶

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 6
Status: Finished
Published: Not available
Authors: Mieno, Saori (Story & Art)
Serialization: HertZ

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Score: 7.251 (scored by 622 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #5899
Members: 1,078
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Synopsis

Arthur and Laurent were childhood friends that grew up together, but they had the difference of a noble and servant status. As they grew older, they came to understand the difference in their stations. Although both of them have affections for each other, such feelings could not be accepted...

(Source: Bliss & Nakama)

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Characters

Laurent
Laurent
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Arthur
Arthur
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Atikal
Feb 25, 2011
Hanakage no Kioku is the story of 2 childhood friends who love each other, but are of different social positions. Laurent, a young butler who loves plants and Arthur, the young nobleman. And then there's Ceral, Arthur's childhood classmate who has stumbled across the garden. Other than that, the name's and story are pretty confusing.
The manga is fast-paced with minor characters playing little to no-role that you don't even remember who is who. The art work is all right, it's a lot better than read more
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cocoyam
May 24, 2011
Hanakage is a pretty decent love story as far as yaoi goes. There's not a whole lot of smut; rather, it focuses on the development of the relationship between their characters as they deal with their emotions and societal repercussions.

It's not that long and it isn't mindblowing, but it's about love and sacrifice and the complexity of emotions. Set in an older time and using a plot device of the gap between nobility and servants, the drama seems more sincere and less theatrical than in a lot of modern-day yaoi angst you see often. I say it's decent.

The art is very pretty, as well. Nice, read more
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chasing99
Nov 5, 2013
Hanakage no Kioku has one of the best plots I've seen in a manga, but I was slightly unsatisfied with the artwork. I just personally didn't enjoy the style the mangaka drew the characters-it was just my opinion. I think she could've done without all the unnecessary contours and such.
The story itself was beautiful. The characters' development was progressive and not drastic at all-very realistic. After all, the hero can't suddenly turn evil and the villain can't suddenly turn good, right?
I was really happy with it overall, but I just feel like the art wasn't good enough for the plot.
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