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Koko wa Green Wood

Koko wa Green Wood

Alternative Titles

English: Here is Greenwood
Japanese: ここはグリーン・ウッド

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 11
Chapters: 71
Status: Finished
Published: 1986 to 1991
Authors: Nasu, Yukie (Story & Art)
Serialization: Hana to Yume

Statistics

Score: 7.311 (scored by 321 users)
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Ranked: #52862
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Popularity: #6978
Members: 864
Favorites: 24
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Synopsis

It seems like 15-year-old Kazuya Hasukawa's life can't get much worse. Not only did his older brother marry Kazuya's first love, he brought his bride home to live with the family! Forced out of his own home, Kazuya enters an exclusive all-male boarding school, Ryokuto Academy. Unfortunately, a prestigious education is little compensation for getting stuck with the cross-dressing roommate from Hell...

(Source: VIZ Media)

Background

The first nine volumes of Koko wa Green Wood were first published in English as Here is Greenwood by VIZ Media under the Shojo imprint from November 8, 2004 to March 14, 2006. The volumes were later released digitally as well by VIZ Media from November 12, 2013 to January 21, 2014.

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Characters

Tezuka, Shinobu
Tezuka, Shinobu
Main
Kisaragi, Shun
Kisaragi, Shun
Main
Hasukawa, Kazuya
Hasukawa, Kazuya
Main
Ikeda, Mitsuru
Ikeda, Mitsuru
Main
Furusawa, Shinichiro
Furusawa, Shinichiro
Supporting
Hasukawa, Sumire
Hasukawa, Sumire
Supporting


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Where0Meets15
Oct 9, 2007
I started reading the manga because of liking the anime a lot, and the manga was very enjoyable and fulfilling in more Here Is Greenwood greatness. There are a lot of funny moments, but then sometimes there are some moments that are a bit more touching. Occasionally there's moments of characters referencing the fact that they're in a manga and such, and other times there's an "appearance" by mangaka talking about the story. I usually don't like that kind of thing in manga/anime but it works well here.

The setting (usually) of school's dorm and the interactions between all the characters are read more
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