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Utsukushii Koto

Utsukushii Koto

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Synonyms: Of Beauty
Japanese: 美しいこと


Type: Novel
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 18
Status: Finished
Published: 2007 to 2009
Authors: Hidaka, Shoko (Art), Konohara, Narise (Story)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.931 (scored by 103 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #13877
Members: 362
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Matsuoka is hooked on wearing his ex-girlfriend's clothes and going for nighttime walks into town, feeling the pleasure of being stared at by men wherever he goes. One night, after he is assaulted by a man during a one-off encounter, he is saved by Hirosue, a nondescript senior worker from his company. Drawn to Hirosue's innocent, pure love, Matsuoka continues to meet with Hirosue dressed as a woman, until Hirosue finally confesses to him. Narise Konohara's pinnacle of achievement portrays the pain and beauty of unrequited love, and has also been adapted to a theatrical play.

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Mar 2, 2014
ikasama-shoujo (All reviews)
Finally finished reading Utsukushii Koto and Itoshii Koto and I really think this deserves a review.

Utsukushii Koto was in Matsuoka's point of view while Itoshii Koto was in Hirosue's point of view.

I guess the first word that I could think of to describe this story is... PAIN. Painful yet beautiful.

Story: 9/10

Again, just like with Hako no Naka, this feels like THIS could really happen in real life.

But this one is much more focused in "unrequited love." I really love the story because this book shows that having romantic feelings towards the same gender is not that easy. It really portrays the "pain" and "beauty" of read more


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