Mai-chan no Nichijou
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Mai-chan no Nichijou

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Synonyms: Mai-chan's Everyday Life, Mai-chan's Daily Life
Japanese: まいちゃんの日常


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 11
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 21, 2004
Genres: Horror Horror, Hentai Hentai
Serialization: None
Authors: Uziga, Waita (Story & Art)


Score: 4.761 (scored by 51265,126 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: N/A2
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #1971
Members: 10,219
Favorites: 148
Ranked N/APopularity #1971Members 10,219
MangaUziga, Waita (Story & Art)
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Volumes: /1
Chapters: /11


Tells the story of the 17-year-old girl Mai-chan, who has the ability to quickly regenerate from injuries, no matter how severe. Working as a maid, she is also sold to a number of clients who can do whatever they wish to her, no matter how cruel or painful, just to satisfy their desire.


Kazeki, Kaede
Muraki, Elmo
Reitman, George


Jun 11, 2021
This manga is amazing. It's a very strong and well-done commentary on human society. Lust is all-powerful. That's the message that I got out of this. Anyways, on to the review.
Story: The story is very good, especially for a hentai. Mai is a maid that's immortal. Customers come and do obscenely immoral (to most people) acts to her. From abuse, rape, torture, or most of the time all three, Mai has been through it all.
Art: The art is the selling point of this manga, in my opinion. The art conveys what;s happening on panel perfectly: it's very beautifully drawn.
Characters: There aren't many characters, but the ...
Jun 4, 2024
Mixed Feelings
The plot definitely left room for emotional development in Mai, but that development was limited due to the pacing and length of the manga. In fact, there's not much meat on the plot's bones, so by the (notably shock-reliant, please beware) ending, there were multiple questions left unanswered about the eternal slave phenomenon and the characters, like Sayurin, Kaede, even Mai herself.

That being said, the biggest spotlight of the manga, was on the art and the levels of guro Mai had to take on. Not a good time if you're expecting deep, resonating themes somewhere in the blood stains. Maybe a good time if you're ...
May 26, 2024
When you read manga, or consume any piece of media, there’s usually a take away from it all. There is no take away from Mai-Chan’s Daily Life. There probably wasn’t meant to be one, as much as the positive reviews try to shoehorn one in there. If you go into Mai-Chan’s Daily Life and expect some sort of meaning, you will be very disappointed.

I can’t think of a single quality this manga has that makes it worth reading. The art? It’s not bad, but it’s not great either. You can certainly find better art elsewhere. The characters? Flat, static, and boring. I don’t ...


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