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Alternative Titles

English: Honey So Sweet
Synonyms: Emery Sugar, Granulated Sugar
Japanese: honey


Type: Manga
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 41
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 10, 2012 to Nov 13, 2015
Authors: Meguro, Amu (Story & Art)
Serialization: Bessatsu Margaret


Score: 7.631 (scored by 2147 users)
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Ranked: #26272
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Popularity: #1116
Members: 7,296
Favorites: 74


If you've read any bit of honey at all, Onise is kinda like miyamura. onise is suppose to be a bad guy by turns out he's not. Well in a kinda similar way miyamura kun is known as the good guy but has like a bad guy look under the disguise. I think it's similar! I definitely think so I love them both.  
reportRecommended by Takunoshibooks
The guy is being misunderstood by majority, the girl found out his true loving personality and falls in love.  
reportRecommended by Aethelthryth
Both manga have similar art styles and two main girls whom are a bit alike. (although the main female in Honey seems a bit less.. you know.) They are both school romance stories with a bit of comedy and a good amount of interesting situations. 
reportRecommended by AstraLily
These are two very sweet shoujo love stories, both featuring a slightly corny school-based plot. They also have a cute, kind-hearted bishie love interests that looks like a delinquent. While Rensou Mode is much more shallow and comedy-based (but still cute), Honey is adorable and pure, and developing well at this point. Rensou Mode is a oneshot (meaning less development); Honey is an ongoing manga that came from a oneshot called Sugar/Granulated Sugar. 
reportRecommended by 2SugoiToActSugoi
Romance stories where a scary-faced, misunderstood boy shows his gentle side to the main character. The delicate art styles are similar. 
reportRecommended by shinkeikaku
Similar premise, both males who look scary confessing to a girl who is scared of them. Kare to Watashi has borderline smut scenes though, while Honey carries a lighter tone. Both are good reads but stay away if your preferences don't involve smut. 
reportRecommended by Roth
Romance stories where the boys appear scary and tough on the outside, but are actually cute and considerate on the inside. 
reportRecommended by shinkeikaku