Usagi Drop
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Usagi Drop

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Usagi Drop: Bangaihen
Japanese: うさぎドロップ
English: Bunny Drop
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Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 10
Chapters: 62
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 8, 2005 to Dec 8, 2011
Genres: Comedy Comedy, Drama Drama, Slice of Life Slice of Life
Demographic: Josei Josei
Serialization: Feel Young
Authors: Unita, Yumi (Story & Art)

Statistics

Score: 7.251 (scored by 2075320,753 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #46112
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #298
Members: 41,191
Favorites: 945

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Synopsis

When bachelor Daikichi Kawachi attends his grandfather's funeral, he is surprised to find a mysterious young girl alone in the garden. To his astonishment, the shy and reserved girl, named Rin Kaga, is believed to be the illegitimate child of his late grandfather.

Due to the shameful circumstances related to the little girl, no one in the family is willing to take her in following her father's death. Infuriated by the coldness extended to an innocent child, Daikichi announces that he will take care of Rin himself, despite his young age, single status, and lack of parental experience.

Usagi Drop follows the story of Daikichi and Rin as they try to find happiness and purpose to their fateful meeting.

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Background

Usagi Drop was published in English as Bunny Drop by Yen Press from March 23, 2010 to April 22, 2014, which became a candidate for the 2011 Eisner Award in the Best U.S. Edition of International Material-Asia category.

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Characters

Kawachi, Kazumi
Supporting
Maeda, Haruko
Supporting
Mi-chan
Supporting
Nabe-chin
Supporting
Nobu
Supporting

More reviewsReviews

May 16, 2014
dutchah (All reviews)
Warning: Massive ending spoilers ahead. I'm very sorry but that 6 up there can't be properly explained without delving deep into spoiler territory.

I wish Usagi Drop had 2 separate entries, one being the start and one everything after the time-skip, starting in chapter 26. It's for one very simple reason. Usagi Drop is a prime example of how a great concept can still run off the rails badly. It's a masterclass in turning what starts as a warm, cute and fuzzy story into a catastrophic failure of a 'romantic' drama.

The gist of the premise is that Daikichi (a man who couldn't more obviously be unhappy read more
Mar 26, 2016
Red_Fox09 (All reviews)
This story should have been a 9 or 10 overall. However its time skip destroyed everything that made this manga so enduring.

WARNING!! Spoilers ahead.
It isn't possible to discuss why this gets such a bad score without delving into spoilers.

The first 25 chapters were brilliant they were heartwarming and enduring. They brought out all of the good feelings you could possibly want from it and they were golden. A solid 9 even 10.
They were all focused on Rin and Daikichii becoming a family and the struggle of raising a child as a single "parent" and the finding the joy that a child could bring to your read more
May 6, 2016
SuRgEoN0fDeAtH (All reviews)
(Review Contains Spoilers,you have been warned)

I love the first half,easily a 10/10 for me when it comes to slice of life...Then the second happened and suddenly,this enjoyable series became painful to read. Everything turns depressing,relationships are messed up and honestly what kind of audience was author going for? Pedobears? Those are the only type of people I can imagine who would read the first half hoping for the ending that happened at the end.

The reason i give it a 6 is because despite the messed up second half, I still enjoyed the first half and giving it anything less than 5 would be a read more
Jan 23, 2014
rcazador (All reviews)
Usagi Drop is a example of how quickly things can go wrong. For the first 24 chapters - which the anime covers - it is as good as slice of life dramas get. For once the premature ending of an anime is actually a good thing. In the manga version, every relationship built in the first 24 chapters is systematically demolished. As the end approached, I found myself hoping against hope that the decline would stop. That Usagi Drop would return to its senses. However, the last chapter serves only to crush the cherished sentiments of what was a promising beginning.

Aside from the read more

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