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Bocchi na Bokura no Renai Jijou

Bocchi na Bokura no Renai Jijou

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: The Circumstances of Our Lonely Love
Japanese: ぼっちな僕らの恋愛事情

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 14
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 24, 2013 to Sep 24, 2014
Authors: Shima, Tokio (Story & Art)

Statistics

Score: 7.281 (scored by 8430 users)
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Ranked: #61912
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Popularity: #640
Members: 14,205
Favorites: 133

Recommendations

Both is simple romance manga that you couldn't hate except the simplicity itself Both are short, you can read it in one go Both are sweet... Higashi no Kurume is a little more weird and a little not expressive... But I still like how it goes and how it ends... more laid back... While Bocchi na Bokura is shorter, more expressive and make you feel more "doki2" 
reportRecommended by dedoyxp
It's about romance without love triangle or polygonal shape. You may find some 'life drama' in Love Calendar tho, while Bocchi na Bokura no Renai Jijou is a lighthearted one. If you like a story that focus on the relationship (romance) between two characters, these manga are for you. 
reportRecommended by An0nim
- Tsundere girls and the guys that they are constantly arguing with - Constant Bickering turns into Friendship, which develops into something more? - Male leads that are a little more mature than their classmates  
reportRecommended by Jerakor
The stories are really similar, and even the character's names are even similar. Ichijou Hajime - Ichijou Raku, Ninomiya Chitose - Kirisaki Chitoge. High school setting, tsundere female transfer student, starting off on the wrong foot, etc. If you like one you'll probably like the other. 
reportRecommended by TheJoshyMeister
Both manga primarily focus on love and have multiple romantic relationships developing through them. Also, in both mangas the way the romance flows for each of the side characters is similar. 
reportRecommended by walloman
I find the art style somewhat similar between these 2 titles. Also the pacing is similar. In these 2 titles you will not see the female protagonist throwing herself at the male protagonist for no god damn reason. Both characters take time to get to know each other, in both titles. Both titles have an essence of realism when it comes to relationships. It's gradual intimacy. Plus, if constant appearances of new love interests gets on your nerves, you won't have to worry about that here. The plot is straight in the sense that the overall main focus is always between the 2 main characters, for both  read more 
reportRecommended by KuroiInazuma