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Peach Girl

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3.567 out of 5 from 624 votes
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With a noticeable tan and bleached hair, Momo Adachi is a high school student who is frequently misunderstood by her classmates. She's accused of being a playgirl and is the subject of many rumors, most of which originate from her ‘best friend' Sae who is jealous of Momo due to them having a crush on the same boy. Momo's life only gets worse when Kairi Okayasu, who she once saved from drowning, decides to make her his own. Kairi coming into Momo's life only encourages Sae to spread more rumors about Momo and Kairi while going after Toji herself, creating quite a complicated situation for everyone involved.


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Manga Relations

Manga Name Year Relation Type More Info
Peach Girl: Sae's Story 2005 TBD

Anime Relations

Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Peach Girl TV 2005 Anime Adaptation
Name Role
Miwa UEDA Artist
Miwa UEDA Author

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Title Author Score Date
Peach Girl HinaXAnyone 5/10 Jan 17, 2012
Peach Girl nasreen10 4.9/10 Nov 30, 2010
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Boys, Boys, Boys! wolfangel87 4 Dec 6, 10
kotorichan stalled Peach Girl manga at 8 of 18 volumes
adstyle won't read Peach Girl
kotorichan stalled Peach Girl manga at 6 of 18 volumes
kotorichan stalled Peach Girl
Saesenthesis is reading Peach Girl manga at 1 of 18 volumes

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In both Strawberry Panic and Peach Girl, the main heroine is sought after by multiple characters, and she can't decide who to choose. Both series also revolve around high school drama. Even though Strawberry Panic is a girl/girl series Peach Girl has all of the components that make the high school drama a reality in Strawberry Panic. I think the two series are very complementary of one another.

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Peach Girl and We Were There involve a realistic high school love triangle.  WhileWe Were There is a slow paced series than Peach Girl both have the same hardships of teenagers trying to understand the relationships among themselves.  Mistrust and betrayal follow.