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Tsurukusa no Niwa

Tsurukusa no Niwa

Alternative Titles

English: The Garden Where the Ivy Plant Grows
Synonyms: The Garden Where the Climbing Plant Grows
Japanese: 蔓草の庭


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 7
Status: Finished
Published: 2008
Genres: Yaoi
Authors: Katou, Setsuko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Catalogue Series


Score: 6.941 (scored by 964 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #3799
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Summer vacation has started and Yoshiyuki and his cousin, Takaharu are being tutored by Kurushima, who works for Yoshiyuki's brother. Though reluctant at first about having a home tutor, Yoshiyuki starts developing an attraction towards Kurushima. However, there's more to Kurushima than meets the eye..

(Source: Bliss)


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Jan 28, 2012
This manga follows a fairly standard format, with some chapters standing alone and some connected to eachother.
Good luck figuring out which are which though, the character designs are really very similar in most of the stories. On top of that, the early chapters don't really set up the plot, they seem to throw you into the middle of something where you don't really know what's going on.
I personally found the first three chapters a bit confusing.

I must say that it improved later. Starting with chapter 4, the way the stories were set up was far more to my taste. I particularly enjoyed the read more
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Feb 20, 2013
I liked the first story and the second one was alright, but I could have done without the third story. The uncle was either not pathetic enough or too pathetic—I can’t call it—for me too care about him. So, since his apathy/hopelessness/ennui/whatever was supposed to be the catalyst for the nephew’s actions, his shenanigans didn’t have any weight either. Also, it bugs me when people allow themselves to be convinced uncontested to do something they don’t particularly want to do. I’d rather have seen more of the cousins or the siren from the first story. The last story was alright as well.
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