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Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet

Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet

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Japanese: 椿町ロンリープラネット


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: May 20, 2015 to ?
Genres: Romance, Shoujo
Authors: Yamamori, Mika (Story & Art)
Serialization: Margaret


Score: 8.041 (scored by 3121 users)
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Ranked: #8052
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Popularity: #477
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Oono Fumi is a poor second year high school student. Because of her father's debts, she's kicked out of her own home and has to rely on her own connections to survive. Thus begins her life as a live-in housekeeper for a reclusive writer...

(Source: Damn Feels!)


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Kibikino, Akatsuki
Kibikino, Akatsuki
Oono, Fumi
Oono, Fumi
Aioi, Isshin
Aioi, Isshin
Tobiume, You
Tobiume, You
Kaneishi, Gorou
Kaneishi, Gorou

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Sep 3, 2015
I discovered Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet due to Yanamori Mika's other, more well known, work Hirunaka no Ryuusei. I'm sure a lot of people who are considering reading this manga are here for the same reason.

Story (7/10):

I think this manga is unfairly underrated. Although it is a bit cliche -- I mean, 16-year-old girl begins working as a housekeeper for a writer who happens to be ridiculously good-looking? C'mon. Anyone who has read a lotta shoujo knows what's up by now. Going back to my main point, I believe that this manga deserves more attention.

Other than the somewhat cliche storyline, I would definitely recommend read more
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Apr 17, 2016
While the story itself is kind of a cliche shoujo manga (which has its ups and downs), it definitely has somethings that other shoujos do not.

For one, the communication between the two main love interests is fairly good. They don't go around, sneaking all their feelings. The girl, Ohno/ Ono (the translation varies), is very smart, and will speak for herself. The main guy, Akatsuki, is the kind who is "hard to understand," but he's straightforward and not necessarily a huge dick for no reason.

The storyline is fairly standard, but I have some hope that it might differ a little from the standard. It's read more
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May 31, 2016
This manga has all the things I love: romance, older guy, and beautiful art.
I am a big fan of the mangaka, Mika Yamamori, and her other work, Hirunaka no Ryuusei. The art is clean and pretty; she's good at designing aesthetically pleasing characters. I'm really enjoying the story so far. Fumi is beautifully drawn and though she and her dad are riddled with debt, she looks on the bright side of things and is an extremely diligent worker. She's not the kind of girl who depends on other people to do things for her. She is sensitive but she's not a wimpy crybaby. She is read more
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Oct 21, 2015
WOO! Yamamori Mika has yet again embarked on another Shoujo Quest, and let me tell you, it's looking up!

It's early days so far, 9 chapters for what might become a behemoth (if it's going to be anything like Hirunaka no Ryuusei), but from what's been published so far, I think a lot of people will really enjoy this! Yamamori has laid some great foundations for a somewhat unpredictable manga, and when she fleshes things out a bit, I'm sure it'll be a hit...!


For those who feel like a breakdown, here's the breakdown:

STORY (8):
The Story is somewhat typical and read more
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