Sweet Blue Flowers

Alt title: Aoi Hana

Sweet Blue Flowers

Sweet Blue Flowers Episode 11 - Fireworks in Winter

In the blink of an eye, summer has past and fall has sunken in. Yasuko's basketball team has begun to excel pushing them into the national tournament. However, a rumor about Yasuko going to study in England after graduation begins to spread, which comes as a shock to Kyoko. In the meantime, Fumi runs into Yasuko at the train station, and looking at each other together...

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If you like Aoi Hana or Hourou Musko you're sure to enjoy the other as well. Besides being written by the same manga-ka, both of them deal with growing up and falling in love when you aren't quite sure who you are or who to fall in love with.

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