Sakura Aki is a penniless high schooler who likes to cook and does other "unmanly" things. His grandfather and father are disciplinary on gender roles and beat up Aki everytime he does a thing that women would usually do, like cleaning. When his father leaves him absolutely broke, and with his grandfather realizing Aki's "unmanly" flaws, he sends him to live at one of the dorms at an all girls' school that he runs, a school where distinguished young ladies of the country attend, the Hanayashiki - Flower Estate-, to teach him a lesson. He meets Kitahiro Renge, a girl with un-ladylike manners and a meat loving obsession. An encounter that's going to save Aki Sakura or just another problem in sight?!
Here's one manga many people hate because they didn't read the tags. This is NOT a comedy, romcom harem manga, but the summary tends to bait the wrong type of reader, so here we are. The real core of the story are the Eniwa twins and their struggle with their mental instabilities. It's an engaging read, if you're able to connect with the characters. It ends in a melancholic tone, with a grim reminder that mental issues don't just go away: You have to learn to live with them.