Kimi no Iru Machi
A Town Where You Live
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Kimi no Iru Machi

Alternative Titles

English: A Town Where You Live
Synonyms: Yuna, Suzuka 2
Japanese: 君のいる町

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 27
Chapters: 270
Status: Finished
Published: May 28, 2008 to Feb 12, 2014
Genres: Drama Drama, Romance Romance, Ecchi Ecchi
Theme: School School
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Authors: Seo, Kouji (Story & Art)

Statistics

Score: 7.941 (scored by 3132331,323 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #8122
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #157
Members: 64,725
Favorites: 4,110

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Synopsis

Haruto Kirishima has been living a quiet life in his countryside town in Hiroshima until Yuzuki Eba—a mysterious city girl— suddenly starts living with him at his house.

A bright and whimsical personality, Yuzuki has left her life in Tokyo for the tranquil town she warmly remembers from her childhood, and barges into Haruto's life. Finding himself in an awkward situation, Haruto must now tolerate spending his high school days alongside this clumsy, freeloading klutz. However, as their relationship deepens, his heart slowly wavers between Yuzuki and his not-so-secret infatuation—his classmate, Nanami Kanzaki.

Life in the countryside may be slow and simple, but the troubles that await Haruto are as complex as a city skyline. Relying on the irrefutable unpredictability of time, Kimi no Iru Machi illustrates how a single day can unexpectedly bring strangers together while another can abruptly break them apart.

[Written by MAL Rewrite]


Included one-shot:
Volume 6: Yuna

Background

Kimi no Iru Machi was simulpublished by Crunchyroll as A Town Where You Live beginning October 30, 2013.

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Characters

Eba, Rin
Supporting
Kanzaki, Nanami
Supporting
Kaga, Akari
Supporting
Kazama, Kyousuke
Supporting
Amagi, Shiho
Supporting

More reviewsReviews

Apr 27, 2014
Cludensyo (All reviews)
This MANGA.

It's so good and, at the same time, so bad.

What makes it so bad? Well, let's go straight to the point─the story got too good too early. Yes, what makes it good is also what makes it bad (there's some Yin-Yang shit for ya).

Kimi no Iru Machi (or A Town Where You Live) is good drama. No denying. But the part where the writing was at it's prime happened too early in the story so I understand that to follow up an act like that is difficult. But Seo Kouji had the option of ending the series right there instead of prolonging this shit. read more
Feb 8, 2014
jose21 (All reviews)
Kimi no iru machi is a manga that will pass to history not because of its beauty, but cause of the original yet weird ideas from its mangaka. First one third of the manga was really enjoyable, quite a nice story between the two main characters developing a relationship while struggling with some typical high school problems and family issues. Romance on this part of the manga was really good, quite a cute story. After that is when the story took a very twisted turn. Perhaps as an attempt to make it more dramatic and interesting, the mangaka came up with a very interesting read more
Feb 7, 2014
hyperknees91 (All reviews)
There's probably one question that you'll continue to ask yourself in this series. How is this guy so popular with the ladies?

Story

This is a manga about the relationship between our central characters Haruto, a country bumpkin from hiroshima, and Yuzuki, a city girl from tokyo. Basically the story is about how Yuzuki comes into Haruto's life and causes a bunch of problems for him. Say for example, Haruto has a crush on a girl, she will clumsily get in the way of that in a rather silly fashion. However despite the interference, Haruto can't help but not leave her alone.

Overall the first read more
Jun 10, 2014
zombiexhead (All reviews)
This manga is really depressing. But it doesn't have any drama or tragic story. It's depressing, because of how boring those characters life are.

I was reading from start to the end of this manga just in case that something interesting might be happened at near the end of story. And that was worthless, because nothing happens, nothing remotely interesting. This manga is about "real" life, so real, that everything in it is average at best. The story is average and characters are so "real" they got zero personality. And all those jokes, that author trying to pull, are useless, they just bad and uninspired. read more

Recent News

'Kimi no Iru Machi' Mangaka Seo Kouji to Begin New Manga Series

'Kimi no Iru Machi' Mangaka Seo Kouji to Begin New Manga Series

It has been announced Seo Kouji, mangaka of Kimi no Iru Machi, will be starting a new manga series. The new series, titled Fuuka, will begin in the 11th issue of Wee...read more

'Kimi no Iru Machi' Manga to End February 2014

'Kimi no Iru Machi' Manga to End February 2014

A scan from the upcoming issue of Weekly Shounen Magazine reveals that manga series Kimi no Iru Machi will end in the magazine's eleventh issue. The eleventh is...read more


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