24 Colors - Hatsukoi no Palette

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Hidarite no Love Letter

Hidarite no Love Letter

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NimirRa NimirRa says...

Nishino (Hidarite no Love Letter) and Nanaka (24 Colors) are both quiet and shy girls that have their heart set on a boy they think is out of their league. Though they each manage to push that to the side and pursue their guy in their own cute way.

Kimi to Koi ni Ochiru Mahou de

Kimi to Koi ni Ochiru Mahou de

Sixteen-year-old Miko Ousawa has just moved to Tokyo to fulfill her dream: to work at the famous bakery Saint Molly! She's quickly taken onboard by the bakery's assistant manager - a boy her age - and is pulled headfirst into the challenging and demanding world of artisans. From running the cash register, to helping knead bread, to giving suggestions on how to improve the store, Miko is in love with her new craft. However, soon, Miko finds herself falling for her employer, especially since the two live in the same apartment complex!

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bonbon2190 bonbon2190 says...

Love soon develops between two people of with the same interests. They find themselves realizing how similar they are. They both love their art/craft and both think  and in the same way. In both manga, the pair are surrounded with friends. Also in both manga, they have a friend who would help them realize their love.

Torikagoshou no Kyou mo Nemutai Juunintachi

Torikagoshou no Kyou mo Nemutai Juunintachi

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phoenixaurora phoenixaurora says...

In 24 Colors and The Sleepy Residents of Birdcage Manor, the main focus is on an artist,  The two series both show the life of an artist and there are similar plotlines in both.  The protagonist falls in love with the artist.  The male artist is an anti-social recluse and acts distant from the  protagonist.  The male artist's friend is cheerful and outgoing and in love with the protagonist.  With a second girl, a love square is formed.  The endings are very similar.  Personally, I liked Birdcage Manor much more but I enjoyed reading both as the romance wasn't the only plot element.  There was insight into how an artist thinks and the beauty of the world.  They both have very pretty art as they're both about art!