Little Forest

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Suiiki

Suiiki

The country is in the midst of a heat wave, and with a lower than average rainfall there's a serious water shortage. As such, Chinami Kawamura and the rest of her school's swim club are relegated to running laps instead of swimming them, and in the heat of the mid-day sun, the young girl collapses. While unconscious, Chinami finds herself beside a clear, sparkling river in a deserted rural village where she meets a young boy named Sumio and his elderly father. But even after she awakens and returns to reality, Chinami continues to pass out and visits the same refreshing place - much to her mother's concern...

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Little Forest and Waters are two short, relaxing manga that celebrate nature and rustic rural life. Both are set in tiny idyllic villages and have an unhurried pace.

What Did You Eat Yesterday?

What Did You Eat Yesterday?

Shiro Kakei, lawyer by day and gourmand by night, lives with his boyfriend, Kenji Yabuki, an out-going salon stylist. While the pair navigate the personal and professional minefields of modern gay life, Kenji serves as enthusiastic taste-tester for Shiro’s wide and varied made-from-scratch meals.

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Little Forest and Kinou Nani Tabeta? are gentle slice-of-life manga told through cooking. Both lack a chronological story, instead opting for glimpses into the lives and meal-times of their slightly unusual (but believable) adult protagonists. Both include recipes, facts about food, and other yummy goodness. Sure to make you hungry.

Ushi no Oppai

Ushi no Oppai

Wild, and bound by nothing, the large-framed young man Taiji returns to his home town for the first time in 10 years, where the main industry is dairy farming. In the mountain forest that is his inheritance from his grandfather, Taiji - with a sidelong glance for the dairy farmers around him, who blithely proceed to industrialize the act of obtaining the breast milk of the creatures known as cows - settles into his own pace to begin the process of setting up his own farm.

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Freshly-Squeezed Beefcake Ranch: Shocking! Secret Underground Experiments!

Freshly-Squeezed Beefcake Ranch: Shocking! Secret Underground Experiments!

Ryota works on a ranch, and he has a crush on Fujimiya, the fresh good-looking guy he delivers milk to. One day, he finds a mysterious basement room at the ranch. In it, naked young men are hooked up to have their semen squeezed out like milk!! The ranch basement... a place where an experiment is being conducted to study the sperm of young men in order to create superior children!! When Ryota is caught in the eye of the security camera...!

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Mai no Mushigurashi

Mai no Mushigurashi

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JA: Joshi ni Yoru Agriculture

JA: Joshi ni Yoru Agriculture

Her dad, remarried, has moved Inageshi from the city to the country side village of Ogawara where agriculture is very abundant. As a new member of the Nozawa family, she learns the ins and outs of farming which Inageshi finds exciting. But what is more incredible is having new sisters in her life. Yashiro is the oldest, beautiful and seems innocent but has a wild side to her. Mayu is vibrant and vocal but is scared to death of insects. Ringo is the youngest but by far the brains of the group and is an encyclopedia of important and sometimes unimportant information. Their sisterly bonds are still little saplings but with each day passing it becomes stronger

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Harvest Moon: Island of Happiness

Harvest Moon: Island of Happiness

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Toretate Crazy!

Toretate Crazy!

An encounter in the spring, the budding of spring. What do you think of an agricultural otaku? The comedy between beauty VS agricultural otaku will now start!

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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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Gochineko Rice

Gochineko Rice

Kumagawa is a fledgling writer in a slump who moves from Tokyo out to the countryside. "For now, let's eat."

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