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Maison de Beauties

Alt titles: House of Beauties

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3.236 out of 5 from 51 votes
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Uran Arisaka has recently arrived in Tokyo and is eager to work towards a successful modeling career. However, she's also poor and can't afford her rent. Luckily, she finds one option that seems too good to be true: a modest monthly fee in a gorgeous house, but there's a catch: only attractive individuals can apply! Now, Uran must settle into her new life with three unlikely roommates – the wealthy Etsumi, the dancer Kirie, and the writer Tasuku.


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Both involve a girl having to live with an unlikely group of boys, with a romantic subplot. Wallflower is far more of a comedy and has wacky chibi moments, but still, the plot is similar enough to warrant a recommendation.