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Misaki Takahashi has little hope of getting into a university, so his older brother Takahiro's friend, Usami Akihiko, offers to tutor Misaki as a favor to Takahiro - for Usami is secretly in love with him. However, as time passes Misaki realizes that he has uncomfortable and budding feelings for Usami. Meanwhile, Hiroki is a man who can't get over an unrequited love with Usami in the past - and with the help of Nowaki, he may finally learn to love again. These couples and more experience the joys and sadness of love between men under the most unlikely conditions.
When it comes to Okane ga Nai, romance and comedy seems to go hand in hand. These awkward situations can also be seen in a similar series known as Junjou Romantica. Based on three different yaoi couples and their struggles...In more ways then one.
If you liked Okane, then you'll surely enjoy this series as well. ^^
Both junjou romantica as okane ga nai go about a young boy and an older men that have a relationship. The humour and problems are very similair in both series. It's also nice to see the young boys do everything to avoid the older men, claiming they don't like them.
If seeing a young boy put into a questionable situation by an older man, and then seduced is your kind of thing, then I can highly recommend both of these shows to you. Blurring the line between shounen-ai and yaoi, there is a lot more sexual implication in both Junjou and Okane.
Fans of the more hardcore manlove will definitely revel and love both of these shows.
In both, a man rapes a boy that had sort of helped him out, and the boy ends up sort of in falling for him. Both of the ukes are nice younger boys and the semes are in a position of power (or getting ready to inherit one)
On the eve of Imperial rule in Japan in the mid-19th century, supporters of the Tokugawa shogunate and supporters of the imperial court clash over the country’s leadership and its place in world affairs. Despite being members of clans with opposing political and social views, Touma Kusaka and Keiichirou Akizuki find that they share an interest in foreign cultures and a vision of a more open and progressive Japan. What starts as a meeting of minds eventually blossoms into a romance, but bound by their clan ties and social positions, Kusaka and Akizuki struggle to find happiness as time, distance, political upheaval and the Boshin war conspire to keep them apart.
Misaki has made his way to attending a university, and continues to live with distinguished author Akihiko – a man who is persistent as ever in pursuing a relationship with Misaki. However, with Akihiko's editor insisting that Misaki keeps his distance to avoid scandals and Misaki’s stubbornness in full force, it’s difficult for the boy to admit his feelings to his benefactor. As if things couldn't be more complicated, the arrival of Haruhiko, Akihiko’s brother, throws yet another wrench in the gears. With Haruhiko now showering Misaki with gifts and Misaki's indecision on the rise, will Akihiko and Misaki finally see their relationship to flourish?
When it comes to Okane ga Nai, romance and comedy seems to go hand in hand. These awkward situations can also be seen in a similar series known as Junjou Romantica 2. Based on three different yaoi couples and their struggles...In more ways then one.
If you liked Okane or Junjou, then you'll surely enjoy the other as well. ^^
There are those among us who descended from animals other than monkeys – Norio is one such person, but with a distinct difference: he was born from two normal parents. As such, Norio uncontrollably attracts everyone around him, including Kunimasa, another of his kind who has taken to training the boy. Along with Yonekuni, Kunimasa’s brother who despises all men; Shiro, the class president and secret admirer of Yonekuni; and other friends, Norio will attend high school and learn more about his heritage.