Issho ni Neyou yo
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Issho ni Neyou yo

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Isshoni Neyouyo
Japanese: いっしょにねようよ

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 6
Chapters: 35
Status: Finished
Published: Jun 5, 2008 to Nov 5, 2011
Genres: ComedyComedy, RomanceRomance, ShoujoShoujo
Authors: Takao, Shigeru (Story & Art)
Serialization: Hana to Yume

Statistics

Score: 7.651 (scored by 13541,354 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #17642
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Popularity: #3770
Members: 3,348
Favorites: 44

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Preliminary
Aug 31, 2013
ragesugar (All reviews)
When I first read a summary about this manga it piqued my curiosity and I began to read it.

Story: 8
Ichiko did something terrible and ran away from home only to be found by a masked stranger and taken to his home where she is offered to live if she does the work of a maid.

Each of those living within this household alll have their reasons for doing so, none moreso than Kohaku, the masked stranger.

The story seems fairly normal, if a bit dramatic in regards to Ichiko's reason for fleeing from her home. There is a nice build up and you are lead to read more
May 13, 2015
Desk05 (All reviews)
STORY:
My initial expectations for this manga were low. I thought it would have a bunch of cliches, annoying love rivals, but syrupy-sweet shoujo moments. This surprised me with few cliches, sincere love growth, and a likable love rival. I wouldn't even call him a love rival; he was more of a playboy with a heart of gold. I was pleasantly surprised by the characters and story.

However, this manga desperately needed a supernatural, horror, and tragedy label. Issho ni Neyou yo got so DEEP! I mean deep as in “dark.” Once the manga reached a certain number of chapters, junk got serious. It made me whine, read more
Sep 24, 2015
VerballyStunted (All reviews)
First of all, Issho ni Neyou yo gets big points for originality. I can honestly say I've never come across a protagonist with a problem like Usami Ichiko's. It's pretty bizarre, but also pretty interesting. And, certainly, the same could be said of Kohaku's entire character.

That said, while reading this, I spent a lot of time sitting there with a giant question mark over my head. There were times when I had a hard time catching on to the tone of the scenes I was reading, understanding what was happening in the plot, and (a big pet peeve of mine) read more
Dec 15, 2017
jcrayz (All reviews)
This may seem like an unnecessarily harsh rating for this series, but I was very disappointed.

Story: 4
This seems like the best place to tackle my issues. The writing style is extremely haphazard. Even if I take translation errors into account, there just aren't enough dialog or thought boxes to make up for the lack of explanations. If a manga is comparable to a storyboard, this one would be sent back for rework. The gaps between frames are difficult to interpret, and I found myself helplessly scrolling through multiple chapters, grasping for concrete actions. The conclusion of the series follows in read more
Mar 23, 2019
nerdmeetslife (All reviews)
Story 8: The story was rather unique. I honestly have never really read a story quite like this but it isn't uncommon for a character to be picked up by a house (though it is more often a boarding house). I felt the plot was somewhat slow moving and that some of the information was forced in and there was a particular event involving Kohaku and the school (no spoiler- you'll either agree or disagree if you read it yourself) that I felt was thrown in to be some type of character growth but I felt like that flopped as well. Otherwise the way the read more