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Kunisaki Izumo no Jijou

Kunisaki Izumo no Jijou

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Synonyms: An Untold Fact About Izumo Kunisaki
Japanese: 國崎出雲の事情


Type: Manga
Volumes: 19
Chapters: 188
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 29, 2010 to Mar 26, 2014
Authors: Hirakawa, Aya (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Sunday


Score: 7.581 (scored by 720 users)
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Ranked: #27912
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Popularity: #3521
Members: 1,832
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Volumes: /19
Chapters: /188


Izumo Kunisaki, a descendant of Izumo no Okuni, is often mistaken as a girl. It is the bane of his existence. His father and best-friend (i.e. the girl he likes) often laugh about it. To top it off, he plays the girl roles in his family's Kabuki troupe. In this short, he discovers that that curse is also his greatest source strength and will prove just how much of a man he is.

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Oct 30, 2011
The series is like a shonen ripoff from ouran, except it's more gay. Instead of a girl in reverse harem you get a girly guy in a 'reverse harem' yea.. guy being molested and supported by bunch of other guys. It started as a good gag but after 37 I'm starting to wonder if authors intended to make it fanservice for females and gay readers or did they just fuck up along the way.

There's bunch of shonen-ai like scenes, where main is being harassed by his pedo gay father or by a guy who thinks he's gay.. was funny in begining but now it's repeatable read more
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Jun 29, 2013
Kunisaki Izumo no Jijou is a manga with an interesting premise: it revolves around the traditional Japanese theatrical art of kabuki, which is rarely referenced in other anime or manga, much less being used as a central premise. Stylistically however, there is nothing really ground-breaking. The protagonist of the series is the typical talented-person-but-wants-to-lead-a-normal-life-character. Other characters have distinct but predictable characteristics, and the series runs on story arcs which can get pretty formulaic. Its classification as a shonen manga is also suspect in the presence of strong undertones of a reverse harem à la Ouran High School Host Club.

Nevertheless, those flaws are superficial as they read more
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