If you're looking for manga similar to "Chanto Shinakya!" wo Yametara Nidoto Chirakaranai Heya ni Narimashita, you might like these titles.
Marie Kondo presents the fictional story of Chiaki, a young woman in Tokyo who struggles with a cluttered apartment, messy love life, and lack of direction. After receiving a complaint from her attractive next-door neighbor about the sad state of her balcony, Chiaki gets Kondo to take her on as a client. Through a series of entertaining and insightful lessons, Kondo helps Chiaki get her home--and life--in order.
Both series focus on the transformative nature of cleaning, offering tips and advice to the reader about organisation and tidying up. The Life-Changing Manga is an adaptation-of-sorts of Marie Kondo's wildly successful self-help books, whereas "Chanto Shinakya!" is written by a "former messy lady", and recounts her amusing experiences helping her friends declutter their belongings.
An illustrated collection of stories about a Japanese teacher in Japan chronicling the difficulties and experiences she faces when interacting with her students. Much of it talks about the misuse of the Japanese language (even by native speakers) and attempts to present the rectified form to the reader, but apart from that there is also a lot of interesting information about the language itself and its roots.
Ever spent hours in bed, unable to sleep? Feel like you always wake up tired, going through life in a daze? Ever wanted to sleep like a cat? With the help of her kitty teachers Kuu and Kai, Hiromi Miyazaki, a former "forever tired" mangaka, is here to give you tips and tricks to help you get a good night's rest. From busting sleep myths to creating healthy sleep routines, diet adjustments to learning how to "switch off", learn the best ways to take control of your sleep and get your waking hours back.
Before she became a mangaka, Hiromu Arakawa worked on her family's farm, and now she's ready to educate the world. From explaining what a typical day on a dairy and produce farm is like, to describing how harvesting machines work and even telling why milk is good for you, Arakawa is here to spread her love of farming to the nation.