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Oiran Girl

Oiran Girl

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Synonyms: Ginrou no Sakura, The Silver Wolf's Sakura
Japanese: おいらんガール


Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 27
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 24, 2009 to Nov 24, 2012
Authors: Hibiki, Wataru (Story & Art)
Serialization: LaLa


Score: 7.651 (scored by 1663 users)
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Ranked: #25382
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #2702
Members: 3,677
Favorites: 18


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Oct 17, 2012
jojotjw (All reviews)
--This review is for the included one-shot: "Ginrou no Sakura"--

Wolves with silver eyes who can transform themselves from beasts to humans and from human to beasts. Only one has been said to be alive. The whole village is busy hunting it down and kill it for a reward. One of them is Sakura, her brother is ill so she needs the money. So what will happen when the wolf and Sakura meet?

The story is really amazing. It's very original and exciting to read. It's not a typical shoujo manga. While reading you want to kow more. Until the end of the story you don't know read more
Mar 13, 2016
Mako (All reviews)
I'm surprised to see Oiran Girl has never been reviewed on MAL. Although it's a regular historical shoujo in terms of story (heroine that lost all her fortune, forbidden love, the dashing hero who protects her and is obviously deeply in love but is bound by the shackles of their previous master/servant relationship, the obvious historical setting of Yoshiwara, yada yada, you know the drill), the delicious art and the most wonderful expressions of the characters turn it into a worthy read. Obviously, not the first and not the most original manga about Yoshiwara, it still manages to grab and hold your attention from the read more
Aug 20, 2016
Chinomi-san (All reviews)
I've always thought courtesan houses interesting, seeing the culture difference between Japan and America. In lower terms, people would describe such courtesans as "high-class prostitutes". But a deeper dive into the culture reveals more of what the courtesans offered before sexual services, such as entertainment in multiple arts like tea-serving, dancing, and more. Don't get me wrong; Oiran Girl isn't a super informative manga about Tsubaki's transition from mere girl to oiran. Though the manga is built on history, it's more dependent upon the new characters and conflicts introduced every chapter that could threaten Tsubaki's ascension to top courtesan or possibly reveal oiran Takao's greatest read more
Apr 1, 2017
AliasAlien (All reviews)
WOW, I can't believe this isn't a more popular read. That being said, I had low expectations when I started reading, and almost stopped reading 4 chapters in, but decided to stick it out for a few more just in case. I am so glad I did!

The main female character, Tsubaki, is a strong female lead without being over-the-top aggressive or so in charge that it's unrealistic. She has a mind of her own and saves people from situations, but also gets saved herself, which I find a lot more realistic than other female leads who are either one or the other. I found her read more
Aug 24, 2017
peachyalpaca20 (All reviews)
PERFECT 10 !!! MUST READ !!!!!!!!!!!!
This story is about a girl who belonged to a rich family but as fire broke out she was sold to yoshiwara, red light district * cough cough * and now she is determined to attain the top spot of all the courtesans so as to bring Takao ( shin , servant ) to his knees since he was her first love and he rejected her ... but unfortunately she became the apprentice of Takao ( shin , same servant ) , top Oiran at Yoshiwara n no one knows expct the owner that takao read more