Pekorosu no Haha ni Ai ni Iku

If you're looking for manga similar to Pekorosu no Haha ni Ai ni Iku, you might like these titles.

Sanzai Gucchan Setsuyaku Nicotan

Sanzai Gucchan Setsuyaku Nicotan

I agree

Dakara Miyoko Desu

Dakara Miyoko Desu

Housewife Miyoko has just lost her husband and has nowhere to go. Thankfully her mother and father in law agree to take her into their home. Together they enjoy their lively and humorous daily lives.

I agree

Okaasan ga Issho

Okaasan ga Issho

I agree

The Wonderful World of Sazae-san

The Wonderful World of Sazae-san

The secret of Sazae-san's success is its cheerful (if perennially scatterbrained) heroine, Sazae, and her very ordinary family. Their trials and tribulations poke gentle fun at everyday Japanese life, allowing readers to share in jokes at their own expense. Sazae-san offers a rare glimpse into the daily life of the average Japanese family -- a cultural education disguised as affectionate and often hilarious entertainment.

I agree

My Neighbors The Yamadas

My Neighbors The Yamadas

The Yamadas are an ordinary suburban family that enjoy shopping together, watching TV together, and sharing meals just like anyone else. Or so we think! With grumpy grandma Shige wisecracking at the worst times, and Mummy and Daddy Yamada testing each other’s patience at every turn, no family moment ends without a fascinating mishap. But nobody chooses their family, so the Yamadas must learn to savor the joys, forgive each other’s mistakes and, above all, learn lessons that only make them stronger.

I agree

Chichi to Hige Gorira to Watashi

Chichi to Hige Gorira to Watashi

After losing her mother to a tragic accident, 6-year old tomboy, Michiru, finds a suspicious person moving into her precious home: her dad’s giant younger brother Kouji, the “Beard Gorilla”. While awkward at first, it doesn’t take long for the two to develop a familiar bond that looks more like that of a brother and a sister, than that of niece & uncle.

I agree

Atashin'chi

Atashin'chi

The family presented in this manga is not your idealized perfect model family, but it is of a simple, ordinary and happy family that, although subtly existing amongst us, can be felt by everyone. Through the author’s observations of everyday family life, readers will, while reading this book, think back to their own mothers and think, “My mother was this kind of person too!” or “This type of thing happens in my family too!” It is because of this nostalgia that this manga has received much popularity in Japan and many other countries.

I agree

Gibo to Musume no Blues

Gibo to Musume no Blues

Miyamoto, a divorcee and father of an 8-year-old daughter, proposes to and marries Akiko Iwaki, a career-minded 32-year-old woman. Now, with both unaccustomed to household tasks, they must learn on the fly as they raise their daughter.

I agree

Yoningurashi

Yoningurashi

Yoningurashi shows the family life of the Hondas; Tarou, his wife Chiharu and their two children Yuri and Kotarou. A light hearted story on everyday life and their problems.

I agree

Kyouko to Tousan

Kyouko to Tousan

Kyouko lives next to her parents. She ends up taking care of her dad while her mom is away, this slice of life follows their relationship

I agree