Hana-Kimi: For You in Full Blossom

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Otomen

Otomen

Asuka Masamune is a manly man who's the complete opposite deep down - he loves sewing, cooking and all things girly! As his father left when he was a child to live as a woman, Asuka was raised to be the boy he is, but he can't forget his true nature. Now, as a teen, Asuka finds himself in the company of Ryou, a boyish girl he's fallen head over heels for; Juuta, a secret writer of shoujo manga who's modeled a character after Asuka; and a variety of others such as his self-proclaimed apprentice Yamato. Can Asuka learn how to balance his two sides and finally get the girl he loves?

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nihonotaku nihonotaku says...

Both series have the "gender bender" theme, albeit presented in different ways. Also, both are romantic comedies with school and slice of life themes.

Idol Shopping

Idol Shopping

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minhchau1997 minhchau1997 says...

Hana Kimi and Idol Shopping are very similar because the two main girls go in to an all boy school pretending to be a boy and is later found out by someone and the plot also have two boys liking her. I love both mangas very much and I really recommend people to read it

Boys Over Flowers

Boys Over Flowers

Tsukushi Makino is an average girl who attends a not-so-average school. Populated by an elite and high-classed society of students, the school is also home to the F4 - the richest boys in school who dictate the lives of both the students and the teachers. One day, Tsukushi's friend accidentally falls and knocks over the F4's mighty leader, Domyouji Tsukasa - a boy famous not only for his money, but also for striking fear into any student who looks at him the wrong way. Domyouji doesn't take being knocked over lightly, and when Tsukushi sticks up for her friend the F4 declares war. With the whole school now against her, Tsukushi works hard to show everyone that she is a ‘weed' that will no longer be trodden upon!

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AuroraDreamer AuroraDreamer says...

Comedic aspects is why I would recommend it. Both are hilarious and bring a smile to your face. Both at times can be serious and they both make your really care about the characters. Both are really fun reads.

Love in the Mask

Love in the Mask
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Squagilly Squagilly says...

Since nobody else has made any reccomendations, i thought i should... the girls in both of these manga must hide there true identity, even though Hana Kimi has a much lighter feel to it, Love in the Mask is also a really good manga, definetly more mature though.... i highly recommend them both, i cant wait to find out what happens next in Love in the Mask!

Absolute Boyfriend

Absolute Boyfriend

All Riiko Izawa wants is a boyfriend, but she has been rejected left and right by every guy she has ever liked. In a moment of desperation, she orders a special "Nightly Lover" figure from a website, and the next day, a extremely attractive naked man is delivered to her doorstep! Night, as Riiko names him, is the perfect boyfriend; he's sexy, smart, athletic, and is a gourmet cook. There's just one problem: he cost $1,000,000! Riiko can't let anyone know that Night is a doll, even though he knows almost nothing about humans. Can she find a way to pay for Night while keeping him a secret from her childhood friend Soshi next door?

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NarkyOtic NarkyOtic says...

If you liked Hana-Kimi, you're also likely to enjoy Absolute Boyfriend. These two series are both romance-based shoujo, with elements of school life as a strong contextualising component in both - especially when anchoring the conflicts and intrigues of the romantic journeys. Tones of comedy and drama are also common to both.

Where Hana-Kimi has gender-bending between the two central characters as the main point of friction for the story, Absolute Boyfriend has the android as the main love interest. In this way, both are shoujo romances with hefty, fresh twists that challenge both sexuality and identity for teenage high school students in their disctinct ways.

This recommendation works both ways, because the thematic interplay is so keenly fresh and disctinct between both, that their individuality and their parallels would just as easily travel in either direction for these titles.