Okusan no Mousouteki Nichijou
Oku-san's Daily Fantasies
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Okusan no Mousouteki Nichijou

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Japanese: 奥さんの妄想的日常
English: Oku-san's Daily Fantasies
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 16
Status: Finished
Published: 2007 to ?
Genres: Boys Love Boys Love, Erotica Erotica
Serialization: Magazine Be x Boy
Authors: Takatsuki, Noboru (Story & Art)


Score: 7.121 (scored by 894894 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #9017
Members: 2,045
Favorites: 6
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Chapters: /16


Oku-san is a normal office worker who has one joy in life, to fantasize about his local deliveryman, Sudo-kun. To feed his fantasies and his desire to see Sudo-kun, Oku-san habitually shops online filling his room with useless and sometimes very erotic things. It’s all pretty harmless until one day his neighbor Yokoshima finds out about his secret hobby. Caught between two hot guys—at least in his mind—will Oku-san be able to fantasize his way out of this one?

(Source: SuBLime)


Okusan no Mousouteki Nichijou was published digitally in English as Oku-san's Daily Fantasies by SuBLime on January 31, 2012.


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Aug 1, 2016
I find this manga to be a masterpiece in its own right. It was a simple premise, but it had me laughing almost to tears so many times and filled me with all kinds of warm happy fluff. The storytelling and art had a great personality in itself, and kept me smiling the whole time. The story was almost just slice-of-life, with a happy ending, and dude, it’s just an absolute delight!!!

It constantly knowingly plays with the standard yaoi tropes and uses them in really great ways. Instead of the often-used porno-like situations that yaoi frequently have, this one pokes fun at them, dealing with ...
Feb 20, 2013
I like Takatsuki’s art, but the stories are usually middle of the road for me. Oku-san’s, in particular, was one that felt like a chore to get through. I’m not saying that it’s bad (I did like most of the closing chapters), but the daily fantasy format—chapters lasting only 10 or so pages and making the same point each time—grates on my nerves. I can probably name on one hand the number of half-hour sitcoms/dramas I was a fan of. I have a strong bias towards continuous, novel-like, stories. I said that to say, don’t be swayed by my score for this title; if you ...


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