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Japanese: ひなたま


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 18
Status: Finished
Published: Jun 30, 2011 to Nov 30, 2012
Authors: Iwaki, Soyogo (Story & Art)
Serialization: Otome High!


Score: 7.451 (scored by 1267 users)
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Ranked: #43382
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Popularity: #3718
Members: 2,752
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Amano Hinata, a high school boy, lives a quiet life in the country. One day, a light-haired transfer student, Kazama Ayato, arrives from Tokyo. In such a small town, it's not long before Hinata runs into the laid-back, absent-minded Ayato, along with with his lively younger siblings: Hayato, Ikuto, and Chiyoko. It's going to be quite a challenge for the Kazama family to assimilate into their new community out in the country!

(Source: Moi-xRyu Scanlations)


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Jul 27, 2013
inzaratha (All reviews)
Hinatama is a slice of life about friendship. It's a sweet, cute, feel good type of shoujo that is without drama, one of those with little kids and cute characters.

This is about being the new kid in town, in a small town where everyone else knows everybody. And in this case the new kid in the small town is a blond guy of mixed race from the big city with his family and younger siblings.
It's tags are slice of life and friendship and comedy.

For some silly reason on the boards of some reader sites, this little manga was getting a lot of hate it does read more
May 10, 2017
BlueKite (All reviews)
Hinatama is like eating a simple yet delicious dish that focuses on its core taste and not incorporating it with contrasting flavors that not everyone is going to like. The manga knows that it’s slice-of-life at its best and not any genre hybrid. It does resemble some shoujo characteristics but only faintly present in the narrative and does no harm with its potential. It also has a clear premise which is family and friendship. How the story manages to expound on this brings about a result of a refreshing tale that doesn’t overstay its welcome.

The story follows Amano Hinata’s encounter with the new transfer student read more


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