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Senshuuraku Made Matte

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Shin Yaranai ka

Shin Yaranai ka

The story begins with Masaki Michishita, an ordinary prep school student who is rushing to the bathroom in a park one day. Despite his rush, he spots Takakazu Abe, an exceedingly handsome auto mechanic sitting on a bench. The two exchange looks, and after Abe utters "Yaranai ka" (Shall we do it?), the two begin their encounter.

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No Money

No Money

Struggling with heavy gambling debts, Tetsuo Ishii comes up with a harebrained idea to sell his student cousin in an auction. Offering an unprecedented 1.2 billion yen, the highest bidder is Kanou - a successful company president. It seems that he has an ulterior motive for buying the innocent and naive Ayase, using the debt to keep the jobless student by his side. What does Kanou want from the beautiful Ayase? Does it go beyond offering him 500,000 yen a night for his body?

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Marudase Kintarou

Marudase Kintarou

Thanks to the incredible last words of his grandfather,​ young and adorable Makoto's virginity is the target of every teacher who wants to be principal of his school! Will fleeing to the mountains to recruit his childhood friend Kintaro be the answer to his prayers.​.. and wildest fantasies?​

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Maiden Rose Specials

Maiden Rose Specials

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Yebisu Celebrities

Yebisu Celebrities

At a design firm called Yebisu Graphics, only the best – and the best looking – are accepted. It’s a place for classy design, classy society, and classy love affairs. The cute new part-timer, Haruka Fujinami, happens to catch his boss’s eye… Is he only getting teased, or is there something more between them?

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Mask Danshi: This Shouldn't Lead to Love

Mask Danshi: This Shouldn't Lead to Love

Sayama is a gloomy guy that wears a mask to school every day. What will happen when bad boy Saikawa attempts to rip it off?!

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Yes ka No ka Hanbun ka

Yes ka No ka Hanbun ka

Kunieda Kei is a popular TV announcer known for being a cool and flawless professional. But on the inside, he’s the opposite: brash, hot-tempered, and as prickly as can be. Still, Kei juggles his private and professional personas successfully until one day, the unthinkable happens: stop-motion animator Tsuzuki Ushio from work sees him at the grocery store with his real personality on display! Now Kei has to figure out how to navigate a relationship he didn’t expect. But is that really as scary as the possibility that someone might love both sides of him?

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Level-C

Level-C

When Kazuomi Honjou gets dumped by yet another girlfriend who realizes he has just been using her, he finds himself in need of a place to stay. When he runs into adorable model Mizuki Shinohara, he makes him an offer - a night he’ll never forget in exchange for a roof over his head. But what starts as a bit of fun for Kazuomi suddenly starts to feel serious. Could the man who has never truly loved anyone be falling for a guy he just met?

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Partner's Territory

Partner's Territory

A rough, irresistible romance story of three men with no respect for each other’s boundaries. Eejae Lee and Jingi Shin are two men who have a history of breaking up and getting back together repeatedly. Eejae starts living with Jingi, who is in a contract marriage, but remembers how Jingi was the one to end the relationship, claiming he wasn’t gay. Meanwhile, Cheok Lee, the new, charismatic director of Soul Brush, appears in front of Eejae, the current manager. What lies in store for the three men caught in a love triangle?

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Fuyu no Semi

Fuyu no Semi

On the eve of Imperial rule in Japan in the mid-19th century, supporters of the Tokugawa shogunate and supporters of the imperial court clash over the country’s leadership and its place in world affairs. Despite being members of clans with opposing political and social views, Touma Kusaka and Keiichirou Akizuki find that they share an interest in foreign cultures and a vision of a more open and progressive Japan. What starts as a meeting of minds eventually blossoms into a romance, but bound by their clan ties and social positions, Kusaka and Akizuki struggle to find happiness as time, distance, political upheaval and the Boshin war conspire to keep them apart.

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