Omoi no Kakera
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Omoi no Kakera

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Synonyms: Fragments of Love, Love & Piece
Japanese: 想いの欠片


Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 32
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 29, 2009 to Jun 30, 2014
Genres: Drama Drama, Girls Love Girls Love
Theme: School School
Demographic: Josei Josei
Serialization: Rakuen Le Paradis
Authors: Takemiya, Jin (Story & Art)


Score: 7.331 (scored by 17641,764 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #38472
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #3572
Members: 4,246
Favorites: 43
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Mika, a high school student, has no doubts that she is a lesbian, few people around her know that though. She works at a cafe admiring the owner (she only has a thing for older women after all) and visits bars in the gay district. This story presents her life in pieces: from acquiring a surprising friend to helping a married woman discover herself and experiencing disheartening early love. All the while Mika is the confident young adult woman with an impressively mature mind.

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Sep 21, 2020
PushMePullYou (All reviews)
Omoi no Kakera is about love. And loss. And heartbreak. And learning to be intimate. And how to relate to others. And being gay.

A lot of people assume shoujo ai is niche, fluffy bullshit about girls making out. Sometimes, it is. A lot of manga production companies seem unable to make it about anything but that. Omoi no Kakera is not one of those manga. It follows a group of high school girls, some of whom are gay, and a gay guy, and a coffee shop owner.

I think what initially struck me hard about this manga is how real it was. If you've ever been read more
Apr 29, 2015
Rahkshilord (All reviews)
Continuing my habit of reviewing things I like that have only one or no reviews, we have Omoi no Kakera, a short romance Manga in the Shoujo Ai genre.

Now, I’ve you’re reading this review you’ll probably have an idea of what Shoujo Ai is, but for those that don’t I’ll give a short summery. Shoujo Ai roughly translates to “Girls Love”, and is exactly what it sounds like, romance between girls.

So why is a grown man reading Chinese comics about gay girls? Well I have no shame in admitting that I started reading Shoujo Ai as a dumb teenager who thought lesbians were read more
Apr 15, 2016
MangaGreat (All reviews)
Omoi no Kakera (OnK) is an interesting story.

Many stories in the ‘shoujo ai’ (lesbian love) genre tend to be ‘cutesy’ and focused on girls doing cute/sexy things with one another. Basically, they’re usually designed more titillate and/or be short, forgettable, feel good stories. OnK, however, tries to take a more serious path and it does well in that regard.

The story focuses around two girls: Mika Takaoka and Mayu Harada. Mika is the more primary character.

Mika is a very serious, very somber girl who had been hurt badly in the past by someone she thought loved her. As a result, she closed off to the world read more


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