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Otoko ga Otoko wo Aisuru Toki Series

Otoko ga Otoko wo Aisuru Toki Series

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Synonyms: When a Man Loves a Man, Last Waltz, Nightcap, Irokoi, U:V
Japanese: 男が男を愛する時 シリーズ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 9
Chapters: 52
Status: Finished
Published: 1996 to 2005
Genres: Drama, Romance, Yaoi
Authors: Nitta, Youka (Story & Art)
Serialization: Hanaoto


Score: 7.581 (scored by 487 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #5969
Members: 1,035
Favorites: 9
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Volumes: /9
Chapters: /52


Story of several guys working in host clubs. Professional rivalry, mistaken identities, unrequited love, and jealousy on a semi-regular basis.

Otoko ga Otoko wo Aisuru Toki Series:
1. Otoko ga Otoko wo Aisuru Toki
2. Last Waltz (2 volumes)
3. Nightcap
4. Irokoi (3 volumes)
5. U:V (2 volumes)


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Takaaki, Ryou
Takaaki, Ryou

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Sep 14, 2011
This manga had everything I like and dislike the most in Nitta Youka's works: The angst, drama, characters, but at the same time it's always frustating how the story kept going in circles. It's not a slow paced story even though it centers on the same thing from begging to end.

This story starts off by Takaaki's point of view and life as a host, but by the second volume, we already have five main characters.
Being centered in the hosts lifestyle doesnt change the fact that this story is all about the characters, their feelings, decisions. I kept wondering what would their next move be. It read more
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Nov 26, 2013
This a love story, through and through, but it's not a romantic love story. There's love yes, but there's also manipulation, betrayal, and insecurities. It's a story about real, human relationships. We fall in love, we beg, we plead, we fall out of love, break up, cry and try to find ways to deal with the pain and then get right back together again to repeat the same cycle.Sometimes, our words don't come out the right way. We make mistakes. We hurt each other. These are all part of real, true relationships and it's because the manga delves into those things that I love it.

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