Shiroi Heya no Futari
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Shiroi Heya no Futari

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Synonyms: Couple of the White Room, Our White Room
Japanese: 白い部屋のふたり


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 4
Status: Finished
Published: 1971
Genres: DramaDrama, HistoricalHistorical, SchoolSchool, ShoujoShoujo, Shoujo AiShoujo Ai
Authors: Yamagishi, Ryouko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Hana to Yume


Score: 6.921 (scored by 11181,118 users)
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Ranked: #84062
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Popularity: #5217
Members: 2,233
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Resine, a rich girl whose parents died in an accident, leaves her selfish relatives in order to attend the boarding school that her mother went to. Once there, she meets her roommate Simone, a blunt, rude troublemaker and the kind of girl Resine would rather do without knowing. However, she finds herself strangely drawn to Simone nonetheless, and the turns their relationship takes could be dangerous for them both.


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Jul 2, 2020
Tsubakiaka (All reviews)
1971, Japans first Yuri manga is published: Shiroi Heya no Futari.
Truly somethings that holds well on it's own, and started an entire genre of dramatic school lesbians in anime and manga. Couple of the white room is simple, short, and bittersweet. The dynamic between stereotypical blonde haired naive Resine and matured, sharp eyed Simone works perfectly for 80 pages.
Very representative of it's time with it's highly stylized 70's shoujo trademarks: sparkling eyes, clean thick lines, decorative side panels, and existential melodramatic narrative.
For something so short there is not much to nitpick other than it seeming inevitably weak to those used to read more
Jun 19, 2011
yurionly (All reviews)
I want to correct something a previous reviewer said. This story is *tragic,* not melodramatic. Tragedy is a portrayal of deep sorrow or despair which could have been avoided, melodrama is soap opera he-said-she-said. The mangaka clearly portrayed Simone, the out lesbian, as a mature character above drama. This is why, in one scene, Simone has to pull the tea cup away from her straight? girlfriend.

I blame American television for the problem some people have telling the difference between tragedy and melodrama.

Yes, it is indeed the first published yuri manga. I'm glad that it was, because the mangaka paved the way for yuri to read more

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