Bus Hashiru.
The Bus Takes You and Runs.
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Bus Hashiru.

Alternative Titles

English: The Bus Takes You and Runs.
Japanese: バス走る。


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 7
Status: Finished
Published: , 2005 to Apr 20, 2007
Genres: RomanceRomance, SeinenSeinen
Authors: Yumeka, Sumomo (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Bunch


Score: 7.641 (scored by 32663,266 users)
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Ranked: #17912
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Popularity: #2178
Members: 6,208
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Bus Hashiru is a collection of five short stories centered around bus stops. In all your encounters with strangers that take place there, isn't there a chance you might discover something you hadn't had before...? A new take on life, or a lost love—nothing is beyond you.

(Source: MU)

1. Karamagari Teiryuujo (Sky-Winding Bus Stop)
2. Sakurachou Teiryuujo (Sakura Street Bus Stop)
3. Wasurenagaoka Teiryuujo (Wasurena Hill Bus Stop)
4. Tenki Yomi (Weather Forecast)
5. Dudleya no Michi (Dudleya Road)
6. Megane Dorobou (The Glasses Thief)
7. Otona no Seifuku (Adult-Uniform)

Note: Stories 6 and 7 were serialized in Monthly Melody as part of Nanairo Sekai.


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More reviewsReviews

Jul 6, 2008
coffeecat (All reviews)
As one would expect, Sumomo Yumeka / Mizu Sahara once again puts a romantic spin on something as simple as riding a bus.

The various segments involving people in buses, people waiting for buses and people being left behind by buses are once again wonderfully illustrated in a distinct clean style.

Bus Hashiru explores a different side of love. It goes beyond the confession part of love and delves into what happens after feelings are known. It also puts a light on a love beyond the romantic one. The characters are, as always, endearing and appealing.

A very charming and bittersweet collection of stories.
Oct 14, 2016
BlueKite (All reviews)
Bus Hashiru introduces us to a world where unforgettable moments can be made through a normal daily thing such as a bus stop. All stories revolve around this concept as it attempts it to symbolize a person’s desire to connect with someone. The idea of waiting on a bus stop is likened to the idea of waiting for the right person to come into your life. It also uses the idea of getting on or off the bus as a metaphor for being invited to a person’s life or being no longer a part of someone’s life. There is also the idea of anxiety of read more
Oct 9, 2020
Shellshock123 (All reviews)
A collection of one shots. But sort've split into 2 parts. The first part which is about romantic interactions involving buses. And the 2nd part romantic interactions happening in school lasting a period of a week.

I enjoyed both but honestly i expected more. Mizu is one of my favourite authors. The way she draws and is able to convey romantic emotion from her characters is incredible. I understand expecting a massive success from every single one of her series is unrealistic but its still upsetting. Regardless i think she did well. For most of them at least. The art book one was weird. But Mizu read more

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