Hana no Miyako de
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Hana no Miyako de

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Hana no Migoro ni
Japanese: 花のみやこで

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 5
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 29, 2012 to Jan 31, 2013
Genres: DramaDrama, HistoricalHistorical, RomanceRomance, YaoiYaoi
Authors: Takarai, Rihito (Story & Art)
Serialization: HertZ

Statistics

Score: 8.101 (scored by 60706,070 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #927
Members: 11,940
Favorites: 168
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Synopsis

Hana no Miyako de
Motoharu Tsujimura and Akira Hazumi belong to different social classes, but despite that, they have been friends since childhood. A rift grows between them when Motoharu confesses his love to Akira and is rejected, yet even this is not enough to completely drive them apart.

When Akira, who is greatly interested in botany, chooses a certain university at which to study agriculture, Motoharu follows him to the same school and department. One afternoon, Akira asks to walk home together with Motoharu, like they used to do—only this time, Akira intends to discuss something important that will impact both their futures.

Hana no Migoro ni
Youichi Arikawa and Shouta Misaki came to know each other when they both served as assistants to Professor Tsujimura in his agricultural laboratory. The two of them fell in love, and now they live together in the old house that Misaki inherited from his late grandfather Akira.

Having grown older and graduated from university, Arikawa and Misaki experience new strains on their relationship, different from the ones they are used to. Outside the walls of their home, they are regarded as friends and roommates. Arikawa's mother wants the two to visit during a holiday weekend, but though Arikawa proposes to tell her that he and Misaki are going out, the latter prefers to keep the truth silent. Unexpectedly, Arikawa's older sister returns home on the same weekend.

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Background

Chapters one through three of Hana no Miyako de serve as a prequel to Hana nomi zo Shiru, while chapters four and five serve as a sequel to that same work.

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May 18, 2013
kusare-en (All reviews)
Story: I went in expecting something sweet. I came out getting so much more. The first story, Hana no Miyako de, made me tear up, and broke my heart. I wont say anymore - just that it's bittersweet and if you want a fluffy, happy ending, back your way out of this manga. Otherwise, hold tight and enjoy! As for the second story, Hana no Migoro ni, has that fluffy, happy ending. While there are rough spots in their relationship (and a cross-dressing instance), it all turns out well.
Art: Beautiful. I have a soft sport for this artist. If you ever read Seven Days, it's read more
May 16, 2013
Nocti (All reviews)
I like melancholy, and this manga has a very melancholic mood.

The story is simple, nothing particularly special about it...The interesting thing about this manga lies more in the "atmosphere"... in the mood it generates. I think it transcends the yaoi genre... this particular manga would work even without the one sex scene it has... there is more to it than that.

Yaoi characters, as a rule, tend to be very stereotyped... and I don´t think that´s the case here. It is yaoi because it has an explicit sex scene, but the general feeling you get from the manga as a whole is closer to shounen-ai, read more
Jun 15, 2016
guety (All reviews)
This manga is a prequel of Hana nomi zo Shiru, but it can be read as a standalone story and works very well on its own.

The story is simple yet powerful, it works around the conflict in a straightforward manner that feels refreshing.

The characters are well written and real. There's not much room for character development on such a short manga, but they still stand out as unique. As for the art, it's simply beautiful, as it's usually the case with this artist.

Fro those who are bothered by graphic sex scenes, there is one in this manga, but it fits into the plot read more
Jul 31, 2020
nasv08 (All reviews)
The story shows a poor common theme about love, it is not very satisfed because it didn't have much struggle nor desire, the love was there but deeply.

A proper love story have to show a little bit more passionate, crazy, adventures, dramtic but not just simple.

The problem might be that there was no intense in it, the character show us not the desire of deep love.

Something that I love is when the lovers meet and how they develop such fellings but the realization wasn't it.

Personally, I did not dislike it but I did not like it either way, the feeling is in the read more

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