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Kanojo ni Naru Hi

Kanojo ni Naru Hi

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Synonyms: Becoming a Girl One Day
Japanese: 彼女になる日

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 20
Status: Finished
Published: Jun 10, 2013 to Mar 3, 2017
Authors: Ogura, Akane (Story & Art)
Serialization: Ane LaLa

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Score: 7.481 (scored by 9085 users)
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Ranked: #40282
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Popularity: #398
Members: 19,510
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Synopsis

Miyoshi is always competing and losing against his childhood friend, Mamiya, who is good at everything. One day, Mamiya collapses from illness and is hospitalized for several weeks. When he returns to school, it turns out he is genetically female, and has decided to try living his life as a girl now much to Miyoshi's horror.

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Apr 5, 2017
CalmCall (All reviews)
Oh boy, where do I even start?

Well, let's start by saying that this is one of my favorite manga of all time right up there with Nazo no Kanojo and Tasogare Otome x Amnesia. And just like with those mangas, I have no fucking idea why I love them so much.
I started thinking about this after I finished this manga and the only reason I can come up with is that they appeal to me on an emotional level.
They're flawed of course. I can tell you somethings wrong with this manga from the top of my head. One example of this is how the read more
May 1, 2017
Midievalfantasy (All reviews)
*Some spoilers, be advised*

Story: 6/10

The premise of this manga is almost irresistible for someone like me, who is part of the LGBT community. In a world where the male-female ratio is equal, when there is an imbalance, a person will ‘emerge’. That is to say, a person will change from one gender to the other, on a chromosomal level. I couldn’t wait to read this when I heard about it. I wanted to see the impact that such a change would have on psyche, but it barely delved into that aspect of the story. If you are expecting a deeply meaningful, psychological manga with read more
Apr 3, 2017
AAABatery (All reviews)
A brief summary of my thoughts is that, Kanojo ni Naru Hi isn't bad but it's not great either. Read it if you want, just don't take it too seriously.

With that out of the way, Kanojo ni Naru Hi is a manga that, more so then any other I've read, will vary depending on what you want this manga to be. Don't get what I mean, that's fine I'll try to elaborate.

The first thing you'll notice when you approach this manga is the premise, a guy spontaneously transforms into a girl and it's out of his, or her, control. After that it follows read more
Sep 18, 2013
Jayex (All reviews)
Preliminary
Kanojo ni Naru Hi asks the modern question, "What would you do if somebody you knew switched genders?"

But another strikes closer to the heart, "What if that masculine, male friend that you had always relied on, that friend who would do anything to make sure/help you succeed, that friend that would hide in the background and help you ask that girl you like out--what would you do if that friend went from an alpha male to a soft-skinned, beautiful female?"

In Kanojo ni Naru Hi, the author, Akane Ogura illustrates the struggles of a young man named Miyoshi, who is conflicted as to how to read more

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