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Manga Gakka no Nai Daigaku

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Morioka aims to become an ideal Japanese woman. She enters the home economics club at her school, but all the other club members are boys who have weird personality traits.

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Energetic girl Kyou meets quiet girl Makoto, who only communicates using sign boards numbered 1 to 10. At first, these polar opposites interact rather one-sidedly, but gradually become able to understand each other's feelings.

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Haru is a college student with "interesting" tastes and all he wants is to be left alone to enjoy the things he likes in peace and quiet. Unfortunately, one day a friend of his sees the contents of a certain book Haru has... a book containing some pictures relevant to Haru's "interests..." and, due to a misunderstanding, throws it out the window! What are the contents of the book? Where did the book land?

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Yukimaru Hana is just starting her high school life, when on the way to class she finds what appears to be a corpse beneath a sakura tree! The 'corpse' is the strange executive office president Asukata Ume. Follow Hana as she gets used to her new school with her new friends, the students from the executive office.

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"Koganeiro" is about a group of high schoolers in their second year who are confronted with the possibly life-altering decision of what to do after high school.

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