Onanie Master Kurosawa: After the Juvenile
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Onanie Master Kurosawa: After the Juvenile

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Synonyms: Onani Master Kurosawa: After the Juvenile
Japanese: オナニーマスター黒沢「after the juvenile」


Volumes: 1
Chapters: 2
Status: Finished
Published: 2007
Genres: Drama Drama, Romance Romance
Themes: Doujinshi Doujinshi, Parody Parody, Psychological Psychological, School School
Serialization: None
Authors: Yokota, Takuma (Art), Ise, Katsura (Story)


Score: 7.681 (scored by 65256,525 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #1242
Members: 11,772
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Two years after his memorable school trip, Kakeru Kurosawa decides to visit Osaka once again with his former companions. Among this crew are the often-bullied Pizza-tan, the cheerful otaku Keiji Nagaoka, the energetic bookworm Magister Takigawa, and the timid Aya Kitahara—the main source of Kurosawa's troubles during their time in school.

The trip is off to a rocky start as Kurosawa is berated by his girlfriend for not inviting her along with the group. Coupled with drama between Keiji and Takigawa and a tense ferris wheel ride shared by Kitahara and Pizza-tan, the gathering quickly becomes more and more uneasy. Though these longtime friends reunited to rekindle their old bonds, the strains in their relationship threaten to end their meeting in total disaster.

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Jan 22, 2011
Shadesblade (All reviews)
Well, since there wasn't a review already written I decided to write one myself. I will keep this short.

If you're expecting a big continuation, a new plot, or really any big story then I'm sorry to say you will probably be disappointed: It's not very long. If anything, this is one of those "x amount of years later" segments that happens at the end of various different forms of media. Albeit this, it does help to show that everything that kurosawa worked for eventually resulted in a success.

Without giving away anything from the original, (if you haven't already read it, stop everything:eating, sleeping, homework etc. read more
Oct 14, 2013
Asfaria (All reviews)
Note: Do not read this if you have not finished Onani Master Kurosawa as it contains some spoilers for it.


"After the Juvenile" is a short epilogue to the OMK doujin that takes place about half a year after the class reunion (now in their 2nd year of high school). It shows Kurosawa and the other 3 members of his 8th grade field trip group (plus Takigawa) going back to Osaka to once again enjoy one of the happiest times of their lives just like Kurosawa had seen depicted in Takigawa's painting about her future. It also deals with Kurosawa's and Sugawa's awkward relationship that has read more
Feb 22, 2016
NigmaShady (All reviews)
I didn't even realize that there was something like this. I'd be honest, it made me want more of Sugawa and Kurosawa because the scenes that they're in where probably the best of the story. Part 1 is kind of ok although it was nice to see the group back together but Part 2 knocked it off the park.

I'll admit I love Kurosawa and Sugawa being together because they compliment each other and they're both fun to see argue and make up. I understand why people don't like them but you have to see that at least they have background and didn't just magically become read more
Nov 18, 2018
TheHentaiKing (All reviews)
Just personal scratch.
Advised, possible spoilers.
Opinion & Informal

Illustrations: N/A
No illustrations from what I could find.

Clarity and Flow: 6/10
This is the first time I'm reviewing a novel so I can't talk about animation or panel progression. Instead I decided to have an area on clarity and flow. Of course, the translation and translator play a part in this but I'm going to look more at how the dialogue is presented and how well the story paces itself. Overall though I thought it was fine. The clarity was fine and things weren't confusing. The flow was fine as well. Everything progressed logically and at a reasonable read more


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