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Miyuki


Alt Names: alt みゆき
Author: ADACHI Mitsuru
Artist: ADACHI Mitsuru
Genres: Award Winning Award WinningComedy ComedyDrama DramaRomance RomanceSchool Life School LifeShounen ShounenSlice of Life Slice of Life
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Complete
Description: Masato Wakamatsu, 16 years old, is working at the beach one summer. Having made a bad impression on his classmate/crush Miyuki Kashima, he makes a pass at another pretty girl. To Masato's shock, the girl turns out to be his younger stepsister Miyuki (15), who has been living abroad with their father for the past six years.

As school progresses, Masato starts dating Miyuki Kashima. He and his sister Miyuki are living alone together, and he is troubled by his conflicting emotions: filial and romantic feelings toward a sister who may or may not know she is not related to him by blood.

This manga was very popular in Japan and was one of the winners of the 1982 Shogakukan Manga Award for shōnen or shōjo manga, along with Adachi's Touch.
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8 Comments

The only manga where Adachi did any good with baseball is Cross Game.. On top of that, this is filled with cliches...

that's because Adachi popularised those cliches...

 

He is still by far the best mangaka at this sort of story.

I liked it. The plot doesn't really follow clichés all that much, and is a pretty good psychological study of the mc. Not my favorite Adachi manga (no baseball!), but it's still good, and an enjoyable read.

The only manga where Adachi did any good with baseball is Cross Game.. On top of that, this is filled with cliches...

I liked it. The plot doesn't really follow clichés all that much, and is a pretty good psychological study of the mc. Not my favorite Adachi manga (no baseball!), but it's still good, and an enjoyable read.

Doesn't really follow cliches?  The work is RIDDEN with them – just not the cliches you necessarily see in current works (it was a 1980s manga, after all!). 

Everybody who needed an excuse to be sick got appendicitis.  Really?  Everyone who ever met Miyuki abroad fell in love with her, and she somehow managed to trade wedding vows with that guy from Canada, who apparently is still butt-hurt at Japan for Pearl Harbor?  What, is Canada the United States now?  @__@

The series was lovely, don't get me wrong; it just was very, very, very cliché, and the author made NO bones about it – the characters outright said that their situations were so ridiculous that they would only happen in a manga, or even directly referred to how cliché Adachi Mitsuru was writing them.  @_@

I liked it. The plot doesn't really follow clichés all that much, and is a pretty good psychological study of the mc. Not my favorite Adachi manga (no baseball!), but it's still good, and an enjoyable read.
Another great manga from Adachi Mitsuru

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i hate the ending...
i like this series
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Adds to my list of must reads of Adachi Mitsuru's works.

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