Sore wa Totsuzen, Unmei no Aite ga
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Sore wa Totsuzen, Unmei no Aite ga

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Synonyms: And Then Suddenly, My Partner of Fate, Suddenly, the marriage partner showed up
Japanese: それは突然、運命の相手が


Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 26
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 27, 2010 to Aug 27, 2012
Genres: ComedyComedy, EcchiEcchi, RomanceRomance, SchoolSchool, ShounenShounen
Authors: Hiromoto, Hiroki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Dengeki Daioh


Score: 7.631 (scored by 53275,327 users)
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Ranked: #18642
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Popularity: #1039
Members: 11,503
Favorites: 112


First off, it's manga about a matchmaking system for the youth by the Japanese government - Koi to Uso explores the conflicts that can arise with such a system while Sore wa Totsuzen, Unmei no Aite ga is a lighter, more positive take on the subject. This is not a common plot in manga, so when I started reading Koi to Uso I immediately remembered Sore wa Totsuzen, Unmei no Aite ga - which I had read a long time ago. It's like two different sides of the same coin. Readers who like the topic would likely be interested in seeing the different takes these two  read more 
reportRecommended by SayakaMagica
Both of these romance titles revolve around the creation of relationships as a result of a government initiative. 
reportRecommended by radiantfire
Similar manga about short stories about romantic relationships forming through an unorthodox manner. 
reportRecommended by clazy
Almost the same premise, government controlling people's relationships and the like except not exactly. 
reportRecommended by Choclodous
Japan's population is declining, we need to do something to fix that! Countrouble takes the magical strategy, using the help of a witch to make your love prospect like you. Sore wa Totsuzen, Unmei no Aite ga takes a more technical approach to the issue, using DNA technology to find the best partner. 
reportRecommended by PkBuzios
Both manga tell stories about different couple and their romamce.  
reportRecommended by jack_stryder
Medium length manga about high school romance, friendship, and bond between various characters. They both have crisp, elegant art, and a very calm and relaxing pace of story telling, even if the story-telling format is a little bit different.  
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Government programs set up for the purpose of matchmaking and forming couples. 
reportRecommended by Jackster27
Tell stories about how different couples come to be together (multiple short stories of different couples in each manga). It is worth mentioning that all of these stories in both manga feature first loves between characters. The development of relationships is also cute and fluffy.  
reportRecommended by bunny1ov3r
both feature multiple couples although in KimiKiss there's one male protagonist with romance's spanning multiple time lines  
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