Asu no Yoichi!
Samurai Harem: Asu no Yoichi
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Asu no Yoichi!

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Synonyms: Ashita no Yoichi!, Samurai Beauty★Quartet
Japanese: 明日のよいち!
English: Samurai Harem: Asu no Yoichi
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 15
Chapters: 65
Status: Finished
Published: May 2, 2006 to Feb 5, 2011
Genres: Action Action, Comedy Comedy, Romance Romance, Ecchi Ecchi
Themes: Harem Harem, Martial Arts Martial Arts, Samurai Samurai, School School
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Authors: Minamoto, Yuu (Story & Art)


Score: 7.161 (scored by 66496,649 users)
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Ranked: #55532
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Popularity: #938
Members: 14,780
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A boy trained by his father in the way of the "Ukiha Kamikaze" swordplay, Yoichi, has lived in the mountains, far from civilzation for all seventeen years of his life. His father finds nothing more to teach him, and sends him to the city to lodge at the Ikaruga dojo to further his mental and physical capabilities. Four sisters live in the dojo and Yoichi begins a new more severe "training" regimen.


Asu no Yoichi! was partially published in English by Tokyopop from June 2, 2009 to August 9, 2011 (9 volumes). The manga was also licensed in English by JManga but was never released. Kaze released the manga in French and Sharp Point Press in Taiwan.

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Oct 9, 2011
zaharat (All reviews)
Asu no Yoichi! Or also known as Samurai Harem is about Karasuma Yoichi, a boy whole has devoted his whole entire life training in the mountains to become a samurai. Until one day his father told him to go down the mountains and enter the city to begin his new training at a dojo that practice their style of fighting. At Ikaruga dojo he meets four sisters and that is where things just start to get exciting.

Story: The story is pretty decent in my opinion. Basically about a young innocent man going around to express his ideals of justice by bringing people that he knows read more
Aug 24, 2010
harrysoung (All reviews)
You would think that a samurai belongs medieval Japan. However, there can be some exceptions: a samurai in the mountains living the life of the "past" comes down to the city to live a life of the "future/ present (but only to us)." Here, we shall find many twists and turns as the journey of our hero advances.....

Story (7/10) Good
Its pretty typical of a harem type manga: Girls fighting over main character, but the main character is clueless. You guys might've expected some "uniqueness" because a samurai is living in the cities, but the manga hardly ever focuses on that small change. Another reason why read more
Apr 13, 2010
samseison (All reviews)
I won't say I am a fan of the harem genre,but i do like it when someone makes one with a difference. This,in my opinion,is not so different from others, in terms of the characters and their relationship with each other,but still entertains with its martial arts theme.

Story: A boy is trained in the hills of japan to be a samurai by his Powerful father. When he turns 17(or was it 18)the dad says he has nothing more to teach him there and sends the boy to the city to a fellow clan member for more training. This fellow clan member is Ibuki,the eldest of read more


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