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Land of the Blindfolded

Alt titles: Mekakushi no Kuni

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4.082 out of 5 from 294 votes
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Kanade has a secret - occasionally, she catches glimpses of the future when she touches people. Even though others find her strange and shun her, she tries to use her powers to save people from their painful futures. One day, a boy in her class, Arou, finds out her secret and reveals that he has one too - he can see the past! Although he is startled by her optimistic view of her powers and can't understand her helpful attitude, the two fall in love. However, several problems stand in their way; with Kanade's recklessness, a rival for Kanade's affections who also shares their secret, and Arou's manipulative uncle standing in the way, can their relationship survive?


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Both stories share the similar unbelievably positive energy.  Most of the shoujo romances tend to go for dramatic twists and overexaggerated drama, but this two are different. They both show sweet and pure romance, while still taking into account that the world isn't a bad of roses.

Even though there are many different shoujo mangas with overly optimistic heroine, i'm pretty sure that those two fit together stronger than just a 2 random shoujo titles. If you like one you should enjoy the other as well.