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Mina Tepes is the ruler of all vampires who has just moved to Japan. After the Tokyo government granted her an offshore island known as the "Bund" for paying off the entirety of the country’s debt, Mina has decided to set up a special vampire district in the middle of the city’s harbour, a choice that’s far from popular. With many people after her life, she is in need of a full-time servant and bodyguard and her choice is Akira Kaburagi, a member of the respected Earth Clan. Now Akira must work to keep Mina safe and attend to her every whim as the young princess attends school. But what exactly are Mina’s motives for setting up the vampire district in the first place, and just who is behind all the attempts upon her life?
Both series feature a female vampire who is much older than she looks and who is madly in love with that teenage boy who is her servant. In both cases the manga takes place in modern japan and previously mentioned boy is rather strong. Also in both of those series the female lead and male lead get along well. So, if you liked Itsuka Tenma no Kuro Usagi or Dance in the Vampire Bund, you could try reading the other one.
Tsuki Tsuki! and Itsuka Tenma no Kuro Usagi have similar plot. Both of those feature a high school boy who meets a mysterious girl and the the key to who or what the girl is lies in the boy's past. In both cases it's something similar, but I can't say any more without spoiling, so I stop here. If you liked one of those manga and want to read something similar, the other one should be just what you are looking for. Just keep in mind that Tsuki Tsuki! has some pointless ecchi in it.