At the old-fashioned Japanese boarding house Narutakisou, Shiratori lives with a diverse yet strangely-similar group of tenants. Under the tender care of landlady Aoba Kozue, Narutakisou provides a home to people whose personal lives are all painful in one way or another; yet together, somehow, they make up a true family. Not only does Shiratori find a home at Narutakisou, but he also finds himself in love with a girl who is far more than the sum of her parts.
Now, don't get me wrong here. Excellent Manga, I would highly recommend reading it. You should read it. Right now. Go. Read. But I am not writing a review just to tell you that, right? From my perspective of a reader after I had just finished it, I was thinking, "Yeah! 10/10! Excellent!" But If that truly was the case, why bother with a review? After some real thinking about it, I decided on a 7.7... read more
The story may be slow to progress, but as the time goes on, you learn about the characters background. Still, it is pretty funny. Good for a quick laugh. Some moments may seem childish (especially with the art style), but it is a good manga. Worth picking up if you've dropped it after only a chapter or two. read more
|Mahoraba ~Heartful Days~||TV||2005||TBD|