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Kurumizawa wants to get back to the land, so he leaves Tokyo, buys a ramshackle house in a mountain village, and starts farming. He has a lot to learn, though, so he’s lucky to meet local furniture maker Usa, who shows him around and helps him renovate his house.

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Totsuzen, Haikou to Iwaremashitemo.

Totsuzen, Haikou to Iwaremashitemo.

Mihara, a 25-year-old layabout living in Tokyo, is gently convinced by his mother to apply for a job back in his hometown. His old school is looking for a bus driver, and thinking of it as easy work, he readily takes it on. When he arrives, however, he finds the school consists of 17 motley students who are reluctant to like him. But precocious schoolkids and bumpy roads aren't the only problems he'll have to deal with - on top of that, he's told that if the school doesn't have 30 enrolments by the next school year, it'll be forced to close?!

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Shimaman

Shimaman

Kaminato Hare is a loner middle school student, who doesn't much understand feelings (neither her own, nor those of others). Her parents send her to live alone in a relative's empty house on a rural island. The people Hare meets there are weird, but also kind of nice. First there's her cousin, Akasaki Maayu, who she can't seem to understand at all. Then there are the two close friends, Ukita Sakuya and Nako Kairi, who creep into her house in search of a ghost, and end up deciding that Hare needs to join their team, due to her superior mystery-solving skills. Hare is used to being alone, but it looks like moving out in the country is bringing more people into her life! 

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GREEN: I Wish to be a Farmer’s Wife

GREEN: I Wish to be a Farmer’s Wife

A city girl from Tokyo goes to the countryside for vacation. Being delusional about the romantic country life, she wanders off on her own and meets a young, troubled farmer. Needless to say that she falls head over heels for him. She offers to help him out as a live-in part-timer. Will something sprout...?

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Romeo ga Rival

Romeo ga Rival

Akira's life is humdrum to the point of being hell. He dropped out of school six months ago, never leaves the house, and just broke his mother's favorite DVD. The latter is the last straw for his long-suffering mother, who (literally) ties him up and ships him off to his Uncle's farm in the middle of nowhere! On top of that, his mother leaves him a note saying, "Work until you pay back the 150,000 yen for my DVD"?! So, he's put to work, and meets a smarmy, man-hating horse called Romeo along with his cute but anti-social trainer. If Akira thought his life was hell before, he ain't seen nothing yet!

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Yuusha no Kawari ni Maou Toubatsu Shitara Tegara wo Yokodori Saremashita

Yuusha no Kawari ni Maou Toubatsu Shitara Tegara wo Yokodori Saremashita

As a member of the hero's party, Arga hid his identity and was on a journey to subjugate the King of the demon with the hero. At last the party chased the demon king, and Arga brought him down. However, the hero insists that he was the one who killed the demon king, and then charges Arga with an innocent sin and banishes him from the Imperial Palace. The warrior who devoted his life to the hero as a part of his corp would walk a new life in a strange country town.

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Yaneura no Benjirou-san

Yaneura no Benjirou-san

After his mother’s death, Kanji goes to live with her side of the family in the countryside. It’s hard enough having to adjust to a new environment, but Kanji can also see monsters and spirits, who are everywhere. To top it off, his eccentric uncle Benjirou—though prone to bouts of sickness—is always up to some shenanigans!

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