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Umi no Misaki

Umi no Misaki

Alternative Titles

Japanese: 海の御先


Type: Manga
Volumes: 15
Chapters: 135
Status: Finished
Published: Feb 23, 2007 to Feb 28, 2014
Authors: Fumizuki, Kou (Story & Art)
Serialization: Young Animal


Score: 7.471 (scored by 7133 users)
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Ranked: #40872
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Popularity: #565
Members: 15,066
Favorites: 233


Both of these harem manga deal with simple island life and also have amazing artwork. ^_^ 
reportRecommended by Master10K
As a harem manga, Umi no Misaki and Hare-Kon are basically in the same vein. I label them "true harem manga" where the main protagonist does not shy away from the harem idea itself, instead he embraces it and actually follows through without displaying much favoritism toward a certain girl. The setting is also quite similar; due to different circumstances, they are living together under one roof. If you like these kind of elements in your harem manga, look no further, these two are for you. 
reportRecommended by Impala
Both manga involve a guy trying to sort out his romantic feelings for multiple women at the same time. In both cases, a harem develops around the male lead, but without all of the usual "harem antics". Instead, the focus of each is on how the man comes to know--and love--the women around him, and why they love him back in turn. The difference is that UmN is more of a slice-of-life and has a mystical quality to it, where Honeymoon Salad is much more grounded in the doldrums and drama of real life.  
reportRecommended by Jerakor
Similarity: Similar genre (comedy,romance,harem) protagonist living with various girls/sisters Both focuses on romance main heroine kind of tsundere gives similar vibe Difference: Umi no misaki has kind of supernatural touch. Pastel is more of a shounen umi no misaki has a better plot  
reportRecommended by prits_2009
Both of these are Harem-type Manga, that looked boring as soon as I read the descriptions for them. But they both turned out to be very enjoyable! Though I prefer Umi No Misaki 
reportRecommended by Keita-Kun5
Both feature 3 likable heroines. Though the mixture of personalities is different, you'll definitely find a preference in one of them. Both start off fairly slowly, but have a magic in them where characters begin to grow on you as you read on through the story, and before you know it - you'll be entirely immersed. If you get sick of one, at least try soldier through 25 chapters worth before dropping it (because that's where Ichigo 100% began to pick up, I dunno when Umi no Misaki got interesting for me, just did). 
reportRecommended by Sucrose
These two series, both by the same author, definetly share some similar themes and character designs. Ai Yori Aoshi is a love story wrapped in a harem comedy, and so far Umi no Misaki is a supernatural(?) mystery story wrapped in a harem comedy, both with a little tasteful fan-service.  
reportRecommended by mdauben
Both are Harems that take place on an island. Nagasarete Airantou is more of a comedy type where as Umi no Misaki is more of a romance.  
reportRecommended by MagicWookie
At first everyone thinks bad about main character(boy), but after that many girls fall in love with him 
reportRecommended by doorotka
although the plot's are totally different in these, they both give off the same sort of feel. in both of these, the main character has a variety of girls that want to be with him and do so by going behind the other girls backs. all characters are likable and they both have parts in them that make you laugh out loud... 
reportRecommended by Keita-Kun5