Honeymoon Salad
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Honeymoon Salad

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Japanese: ハネムーンサラダ

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 41
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 8, 1999 to Dec 28, 2001
Genres: DramaDrama, RomanceRomance, Slice of LifeSlice of Life, SeinenSeinen
Authors: Ninomiya, Hikaru (Story & Art)
Serialization: Young Animal

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Score: 7.191 (scored by 21452,145 users)
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Ranked: #54402
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Popularity: #2610
Members: 4,362
Favorites: 31
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Synopsis

His ex-workers keep calling for help; his memory of his first love is traumatic to say the least, he hates his father so much that he'll never go back home, a stranger blames him for pushing her down the stairs... no wonder being pissed is a daily routine for Natsukawa Minori. Then enters one, no two women in his life that will make him too busy to be pissed.

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Apr 6, 2015
Jerakor (All reviews)
Honeymoon Salad is a Seinen romantic drama about three broken people finding friendship and love in each other, and using those relationships to prop themselves up. It's pretty unique, avoiding both the prolonged melodrama of some seinen romances (e.g. Suzuka), but also not indulging in the comic relief or "light-hearted moments" that punctuate many others (e.g. Ai Yori Aoshi or Toshiue no Hito).

The result is serious, sometimes heavy-handed, and mostly realistic portrayal of these three characters (realistic except for the general lack of jealousy that one would usually expect, and also for the ending... for reasons that I won't go into here):

Minori, a young read more
Aug 29, 2012
muntasir123 (All reviews)
Is it harder to be the one getting dumped? Or is it harder to be the one whos dumping the other person.

These are the words our male protagonist Minori thinks about, but wishes to get out his head. After ending a relationship 10 years ago with the girl whom he sincerely loved he is working an average job, randomly one day he meets a girl accidentally and the girl rips his suit. She apologizes and soon enough they end up having sex, and he learns a bit about her past and how she got dumped as well, Minori soon comes to love this girl read more
May 27, 2019
hexashadow13 (All reviews)
tl;dr: A manga about relationships that despite being serious doesn't really have much development, but is still casually enjoyable.

This manga has an interesting concept for a love triangle in theory, but the characters and their stories didn't mesh as well as they needed to for it to work well in execution. The chemistry felt off and the arc of each individual character felt somewhat shallow. It starts off moving at reasonable pace, though feeling quite dreary while doing so, but then transitions to a much slower pace where it feels more relaxed in a melancholy sort of way. That's not a bad thing though, because it does read more

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