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Himegoto: Juukyuusai no Seifuku

Himegoto: Juukyuusai no Seifuku

Alternative Titles

English: HIME-GOTO: uniforms at the age of nineteen
Japanese: ヒメゴト ~十九歳の制服~


Type: Manga
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 100
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 30, 2010 to Nov 7, 2014
Authors: Minenami, Ryou (Story & Art)
Serialization: Mobile Man


Score: 7.671 (scored by 2156 users)
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Ranked: #22782
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Chapters: /100
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This is a story of a group of college-age people who struggle with gender and sexual identity.

Yuki (nicknamed Yoshiki) is a girl, but she is terrible at 'being feminine.' She mostly dresses like a boy and is often mistaken as one. However, she has to wear a skirt and imagine being dominated by a guy in order to masturbate.

Nagao Mikako seems young and innocent, and she uses that apparent innocence to sell her body as a fake 15-year-old. She knows her youthfulness can't last forever, but she enjoys tricking the men. Her friends have no idea of her sexual habits and believe her to be sweet and sheltered.

Aiba Kaito is a pretty good-looking guy, but he wants to be Nagao Mikako. He often dresses as a girl, picking out clothes that mimic Mikako's style. Though he's into cross-dressing, he is still attracted to women.

Will these young adults and their friends be able to handle their 'guilty secrets' and muddle their way through this confusing period of their lives?

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Jul 3, 2017
somaisbatman (All reviews)
I've wanted to write this review for ages, and now that it’s fully translated, I can say with total conviction that Himegoto is one of the most unique and compelling stories out there. This isn’t going to be a standard criterion-based review, it’s going to be more of an analytical write-up (but I will keep it spoiler-free).

Right off the bat, Himegoto’s setting establishes that this isn’t going to be a run-of-the-mill manga. We’re following the lives of college students for once. How often does that happen? College is a pivotal time of life. While students are still in school, they’re given a great degree read more
Jun 23, 2017
dReams-C (All reviews)
I felt the need to write a review for this manga because the few reviews it has, it seems it was written or by a 12-year old feminist or by a Naruto fan...
So it really saddens me the idea people might get the wrong idea of this manga if based in this incoherent reviews. Of course I won't spoil anything either.

As the plot description already says... the story is about 3 persons with identity / sexual disorders, but the thing is how well they were developed? what is the root of the problem.. and how the story plays out.

After the first 15-20 chapter which are read more
Aug 30, 2016
lady_freyja (All reviews)
Himegoto is a dark/psychological seinen manga, with heavy gender bender and some yuri elements.
After reading the synopsis, I had good expectations for that manga, the thematics are right up in my alley. But with a rating of 3, my expectations were utterly crushed. I dropped the manga after the volume 6 (on 8 total volumes).

I'll go right into the main issue of that manga: the characters.
To put it bluntly, the 3 MCs are manipulative jerks, egotistical, superficial, they think mostly about sex, are over-possessive and lie at everyone.
The only "positive" adjective I can find for them is for Yuki: she's naive, so she may appears read more
Aug 7, 2014
CrayonPop420 (All reviews)
Himegoto: Juukyuusai no Seifuku is a relatively unknown manga that talks about issues such as gender identity,psychological issues, and sexual fetishes. If I had to compare this manga to something already out there, then I'd say it's quite similar to the British tv show Skins, only difference being is that there are no drugs or alcohol in Himegoto.

Himegoto follows mainly three characters in college who for some reason or another are not happy in their lives. Whether it be because one likes to dress in girl clothes while having sex even though hes straight or one of the girls wanting to be a "little girl" read more


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