Harukaze no Étranger
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Harukaze no Étranger

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Synonyms: Harukaze no Etranger
Japanese: 春風のエトランゼ


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Jul 25, 2014 to ?
Genres: RomanceRomance, YaoiYaoi, Slice of LifeSlice of Life
Authors: Kii, Kanna (Story & Art)
Serialization: onBLUE


Score: 8.341 (scored by 18681,868 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #1652
Members: 6,516
Favorites: 324


I've been looking for a very long time for something that approximates the style of Kii Kanna's work and I have to say that Yozora no Sumikko de comes closest. The artwork in both is just gorgeous. I sometimes pause and re-read pages over and over to admire the details and there's also a very fresh and spontaneous feeling to it. They're both about finding domestic bliss and they're both fairly realistic. I like it when the MCs have realistic reactions to events.  
reportRecommended by vivalcomb
The art style is very similar. Same refreshing feeling and the characters look younger than they actually are. I like how in one, the MC is a writer and in the other, the MCs are both photographers. It gives off the same refreshing feeling and the art is very beautiful. Both manga deal with estranged family members and themes of reconciliation. In both stories, one MC lives on a rural island whereas the love interest lives on the mainland/big city and take a ferry to get to the island.  
reportRecommended by vivalcomb
For anyone who misses No.6, I heavly recommend Harukaze no Etranger and Umibe no Etranger. Specially for the ones frustrated with No.6 lack of relationship development. - Both shows the relationship between two young men who grow with each other - Similar art. For a minute I thought it was the same mangaka - The fluffyness of characters, cuties. - The personality of Mio remembers Shion's personality - Shoujo manga What they don't have in common: - No.6 is shonen ai and Harukaze is yaoi (has sex scenes), but the last don't focus on sex like other yaoi does but instead it shows both characters exploring together their sexuality in an egualitarian  read more 
reportRecommended by dykegeek
Both manga have different storylines, but they deal with homophobia and the themes of self acceptance in realistic ways and potray their gay characters as people first. 
reportRecommended by Maneki-Mew
-both have very comfy atmosphere's -both features one of the partners moving into the house of the other -both have a colourful cast of secondary characters -both have slow, but steady progress with their relationships intermingled with the comfy moments -both are just really good -rape is bad read this shit stop reading the rapey shit please I'm begging you STOP READING THE RAPEY SHIT STOP READING KILLING STALKING AND SAYING THAT ABUSIVE SHIT'S RELATIONSHIP GOALS AAAAAAAAAAAA 
reportRecommended by Gxmwp
Both series portray adult romance in a bittersweet tone, but optimistic and sometimes (very) funny. And these two add subtly the presence of family, friends and society. Personally I like more Harukaze no Etranger because of the complex relationship between parents and sons, but Tsukiatte Agetemo (...) explores the dynamics and insecurities when a couple is established  
reportRecommended by Harukappa