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Alt Names: alt ねねねalt Nen Ne no Ne
Author: OTOUSAN
Artist: HAGIWARA Daisuke
Genres: Historical HistoricalRomance RomanceShounen ShounenSlice of Life Slice of LifeSupernatural Supernatural
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: In order to benefit their families, Koyuki (Age 16) was wed to Shin (Age 37). Despite the large age gap, both are exceedingly inexperienced in the matters of love, so they never quite know how to act around each other. To make matters worse, Shin is forbidden from being physically involved with Koyuki until she turns 20. In this environment, how will they form a proper husband-wife relationship?
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 lmao, this "full serialization" lasted 4 more chapers

 

Blame the Olympics.

grazie per la traduzione! XD

 lmao, this "full serialization" lasted 4 more chapers

Hello there TSP. Is there any other group that are willing to translate this manga?


Well, you can always try the spanish version (atm in chapter 5) here in bato.

We are going to drop it. The whole reason we justify translating licensed series is that they're not being simulpubbed. If they are, there's not much of a reason to compete with a legal alternative, even if everyone can't access it because financial or regional issues. It was fun the short time we had with it! 

Hello there TSP. Is there any other group that are willing to translate this manga?

Who is going to continue to translate this manga?

 

Seems like no one.

Who is going to continue to translate this manga?

TSP, are you going to continue translating the series once the full serialization starts, or since Yen Press is doing it are you going to drop it?

 

We are going to drop it. The whole reason we justify translating licensed series is that they're not being simulpubbed. If they are, there's not much of a reason to compete with a legal alternative, even if everyone can't access it because financial or regional issues. It was fun the short time we had with it! 

TSP, are you going to continue translating the series once the full serialization starts, or since Yen Press is doing it are you going to drop it?

FTFY.

If it had been bumped up, we would have been seeing it sooner, rather than later.

 

Whoops, typos happen sometimes. Thanks for the catch.

Schedule got bumped up back.
Nx3 will now be starting in February, not January. 
See you around Valentines!


FTFY.

If it had been bumped up, we would have been seeing it sooner, rather than later.
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Schedule got bumped up.

Nx3 will now be starting in February, not January. 

See you around Valentines!

Koyuki is C U T E.

First of all, you've proven that humor is not your forte. Congrats.

 

Second, "obviously"? In a manga with mythological creatures interacting with people on a daily basis? Sure. You just didn't get a pretty tame joke.

it seems yours isn't too. If i was serious and if i actually meant to insult, i would be more direct.

 

But yes, i didn't find that funny in the fact that i wrote my somewhat semi-serious take on a issue only for some guy that took the time make a joke at it's expense, implying that i couldn't separate reality from fantasy.

 

I know that i'm overreacting, but i guess it's more of a personal preference that i like more original jokes that use their own setup and aren't just a punchline from something not meant to be funny that others said.

YESSSSSSSSs

gimme anime noowww <3 

The pouting, the head pats, and Hagiwara Daisuke's art to boot... Will this be the death of me?

 

This is like Mahoutsukai No Yome but with 20 times the fluff. I can't wait for the serialization.

I was obviously talking about the age issue, but sure, let's go with that. We don't want people to know basic logic and correlation isn't your forte after all.

First of all, you've proven that humor is not your forte. Congrats.

 

Second, "obviously"? In a manga with mythological creatures interacting with people on a daily basis? Sure. You just didn't get a pretty tame joke.

The art looks similar to Horimiya... is the same artist?

In those times, that's not what we call being married. If it's unconsummated, again, something fundamentally physically or mentally wrong with the person. Making her older would require additional exposition to explain why.


In the Meiji era (which seems to be the setting here) social norms in the upper class of Japanese society placed strict rules on sexual conduct. With regards to a woman's age for consummating marriage, 20 was considered ideal. The feudal system under the Tokugawas had just been abolished and the peerage system was replacing it along with westernization. Japanese aristocrats below the ducal peerage were forbidden from maintaining a stable of concubines, so maintaining the health of spouses was considered much more important for continuation of the lineage. 20 (19 by modern reckoning) was considered a safe age for a woman to start bearing children, given the medical technology of the day. Additionally, the death of a spouse in childbirth was by this time considered a major loss to a family because imperial laws had made intermarriage between minor families extremely difficult to arrange. An aristocrat's wife was his link to a circle of influence, connection, and patronage, so losing her presented major risks to the family's prestige and future.

full serialization? fuck yeah! now we got horimiya AND this!

i'm going to get diabetus for real.

Ahh I knew this looked familiar.
Same artist as Horimiya

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She reacted waaaaay more maturely than I did

They are already married. It's just about consummating it.

 

In those times, that's not what we call being married. If it's unconsummated, again, something fundamentally physically or mentally wrong with the person. Making her older would require additional exposition to explain why. 

If she was unmarried and 18+ in feudal Japan she'd either be a widow or something would be seriously physically or mentally wrong with her. 

 

They are already married. It's just about consummating it.


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