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Alt title: Tenki no Ko

Weathering With You

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Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop

Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop

Words and music bridge the gap between Cherry, a boy who is terrible at communicating with other people, and Smile, a girl who hides behind a mask. They meet in a mundane suburban shopping mall in a provincial city. Cherry always wears headphones and puts the feelings he cannot utter into his hobby, Japanese haiku poems. Smile always wears a mask to conceal her large front teeth, for which she has dental braces. As a popular video star, she streams a video about seeking "cuteness."

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Sakura Quest

Sakura Quest

Five young women have one thing in common—the careers they planned for themselves weren’t working out. Job dissatisfaction, trying to make ends meet, and personal insecurities lead each of them to start working at a local tourism bureau where their lives become intertwined. As the girls experience their first year on the job, they learn a lot about their town, their industry, and themselves.

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Sanju Mariko

Sanju Mariko

Veteran novelist Mariko Koda lives with the families of both her son and her grandson in one house. Feeling like she no longer has any place in her home, she decides to leave the house and strike out on her own, beginning with living in a manga cafe in the city. 

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Mayoiga: Tsumi to Batsu

Mayoiga: Tsumi to Batsu

Thirty people sign up to take a one-way bus tour out of town and away from their everyday lives. Some dream of starting over, others are running away from their problems. The group's destination is Nanakimura, a village that urban legend claims is hidden deep in a mountain forest. The dream of creating their own utopia propels them forward, but the dream quickly turns into a nightmare when they discover the village is an abandoned wreck and the surrounding woods appear to be filled with monsters. People begin disappearing one by one, and the survivors are becoming increasingly unstable. What is the secret of Nanakimura? And will anyone manage to escape from the place alive?

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VISUAL PRISON comics

VISUAL PRISON comics

Ange Yuki, a lonely boy with no family, travels to Harajuku to see his favorite artist, and there sees an intense musical battle between the bands Eclipse and Lost Eden, their energetic performance striking a pain through his heart.

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Ikoku Nikki

Ikoku Nikki

The daily lives of a 15-year-old orphan and the 35-year-old lady novelist she ends up living with, and what happens when two polar opposite worlds try to -awkwardly- interact.

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Uncomfortably Happily

Uncomfortably Happily

Manhwa creator Yeon-Sik Hong and his aspiring picture book author wife are stagnating in the bustle of Seoul. On the spur of the moment, they decide to rent a house on a mountain in the Jukyeop forest, and to get back to nature while being better able to concentrate on their work. With their three cats, they move out to near-total isolation and learn not only to appreciate nature and solitude, but also that sometimes the problem isn't where you are – it's what you've been telling yourself.

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I'll Give It My All...Tomorrow

I'll Give It My All...Tomorrow

Life begins at 40… even for pathetic losers. Shizuo Oguro is living his dreams… sort of. A complete waste of a human life until now, 40-year-old Shizuo breaks free from the corporate rat race and charts himself a fairly random and new career course: to become a published manga artist. Sure, he lacks the talent, discipline, or any other skill necessary to become a success in the manga industry—but that’s not enough to stop Shizuo!

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Or Something Like It

Or Something Like It

Suddenly, her life was turned upside-down... Kinaho lived alone until one day, her boyfriend Akito brought with him two young relatives: a pair of brothers who had just lost their parents. All at once, Kinaho finds herself living under one roof with not just Akito, but serious-to-a-fault eighth-grader Toma and innocent five-year-old Haruhi. As the days pass in confusion, this group starts to forge a new relationship: a family... or something like it.

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Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom? (Light Novel)

Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom? (Light Novel)

Norimichi lives in a quiet seaside town. On the day of the big summer fireworks display, he agrees to visit the town lighthouse with his childhood friends so they can see the fireworks "from the side." That evening, however, Norimichi receives a sudden invitation to "elope" with Nazuna, the girl from class he has a secret crush on. The pair's plan fails when Nazuna's mother shows up and drags her daughter away. Hoping to get Nazuna back, Noromichi makes a wish: If only he could get one more try...

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