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Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet


Alt Names: alt Tsubaki Chou Lonely Planetalt كوكب حي تسوباكي الوحيدalt 椿町ロンリープラネット
Author: Yamamori Mika
Artist: Yamamori Mika
Genres: Comedy ComedyDrama DramaRomance RomanceSchool Life School LifeShoujo ShoujoSlice of Life Slice of Life
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: Ohno Fumi is a poor 2nd year high school student. Because of her father's debts, she's kicked out of her own home and has to rely on her own connections to survive. Thus begins her life living with and housekeeping for a writer...
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168 Comments

dafsadfsafasd she's so flipping cute

Whoo!  Nice chapter.

 

I'm mostly glad that it's not like a bunch of other mangas where the confession and going out happens... then they're stuck in "what do we do now" limbo for the next 20 chapters.  At least movement happened and it only took a chapter.  Slowly developing but certainly not stagnant.  Like enjoying a good wine.

Thanks for the update! This chapter had a really nice end. :)
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I noticed something funny about ch. 30-31...
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Damn I'm nervous with their future after reading the latest chapters

 

Please don't go HnR route please don't please don't

 

Like, please, please, please let these two finally have their 'home' whatsoever >__<

 

Damn Feels you're awesome!!! :D

 

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Damn Feels you're... Damn Awesome eeey ;)

So glad to see that this finally got an update. :)

I actually find the main romance is working fairly well for me, and has more oomph to it than either of the ones in HnR.  Something to do with what rinaa was saying.  No bait-and-switch, puhleeeze! 

That thing with the kid and his irrational hatred and stuff . . . that was, yeah, major facepalm territory.  Even now I'd be just as happy if that character never shows his face again.

YEEEEEEEEEE IT'S BACK BABY! THANKS SO MUCH DAMN FEELS!
I'm only continuing this for the romance - everything else imo is poorly planned/executed compared to HnR...

(And even then how the romance developed didn't really 'click' with me, but I guess it's just all the domestic times spent together at home. OK HnR wasn't any better either there)

The whole bit of why isshin hating on fumi in the beginning was so badly introduced I literally face palmed and pfft.

The author did explain a whileeeeee later why he held the grudge but really you could have made up a better reason. Also stuff like that can make or break a person's interest in the manga.

I find the pacing of the story not as well planned compared to HnR, but I'm a sucker for age gap and the art is pretty.

I was an avid fan of HnR and participated in all the tsukommis and tumblr ship wars, and even I felt that TCLP was lacking something.

 

So I decided to re-read this. Maybe reading everything in one go would change my opinion. And I was curious why this sold much better than HnR - granted, this manga rode on Yamamori Mika's new-found fame, but TLCP sold over a million copies before vol 5 was released, whereas HnR only managed 1.23 million by ch75 (10 volumes released). Fame and nice art wouldn't bring this much enthusiasm.

 

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Foram necessários 40 capítulos para trocarem o 1°beijo... Que paciente Sensei...

I dont think that will happen. If you know yamamori mika's work before this, you will understand. I kinda say she's the most normal shoujo author nowadays. The plot is not like most shoujo whre a girl fall in love & confess then going out & making a fuss over the first night together. So what im trying to say is the plot is the closest to the reality life of high school. Its just pure a romance in high school with no stupid nonsensical drama & vulgar things. i might be wrong, but i think yamamori mika likes age gap relationship thing. & her previous work called hirunaka no ryuusei is also about age gap relationship where the student fall in love with the teacher. You may or not want to read it, but the story is good because its realistic with a bittersweet ending. So I bet tsubaki chou wont be going on with shallow & shoujo cliche type plot.

 

In fairness to the author, I decided to research about her and her works. You're right, she's fond of age gap romance. I read reviews about hirunaka no ryuusei and skimmed through the manga and found out that the heroine ended up with her classmate and not her teacher. Thank god the author made the right decision because for me that is the right thing to do for any high school student. I find hirunaka no better than tsubaki chou because of the heroine's refreshing personality and the ending as well. This girl here is somewhat the opposite and same concept of age gap relationship is being used. I respect your opinion but my views on this series is that the storyline is very simple and cliche. I mean a poor 16 year old high school student working for a 28 year old tsundere guy so she can survive.  Also, there are parts I find very annoying and so it was frustrating to read. Someone here said it's just a fictional story, but mind you, even fictional stories are based from real life experiences so its alright to connect it with reality because people can relate to it. I know this is just a shoujo manga but i was just being idealistic and theres nothing wrong with expressing my thoughts or complaints here in the comment section. So good luck to the author for making a better ending to this story.

No offense but next time use your common sense. I bothered to read this because I CAN and i was CURIOUS of the story. I didnt like the way it go so I expressed my thoughts (or complain if you like it that way). Get it?
 
I would like to say I cringed reading this. I love the art. Beautiful. i wished the girl and adult will use their brain more than the heart. I hope the author wont let the girl give up her virginity until shes an adult (which happens in some shoujo manga or any fictional/ nonfictional stories I read). I'm not saying they shouldn't end up together but there is a proper TIME for that. This is just my opinion and still am not going to read further chapters.


I dont think that will happen. If you know yamamori mika's work before this, you will understand. I kinda say she's the most normal shoujo author nowadays. The plot is not like most shoujo whre a girl fall in love & confess then going out & making a fuss over the first night together. So what im trying to say is the plot is the closest to the reality life of high school. Its just pure a romance in high school with no stupid nonsensical drama & vulgar things. i might be wrong, but i think yamamori mika likes age gap relationship thing. & her previous work called hirunaka no ryuusei is also about age gap relationship where the student fall in love with the teacher. You may or not want to read it, but the story is good because its realistic with a bittersweet ending. So I bet tsubaki chou wont be going on with shallow & shoujo cliche type plot.

I honestly don't even understand why you even bothered reading this manga when the whole dynamic of this story is between an adult and a teenager from the get-go. It's like complaining for the sake of complaining.

 

No offense but next time use your common sense. I bothered to read this because I CAN and i was CURIOUS of the story. I didnt like the way it go so I expressed my thoughts (or complain if you like it that way). Get it?

 

I would like to say I cringed reading this. I love the art. Beautiful. i wished the girl and adult will use their brain more than the heart. I hope the author wont let the girl give up her virginity until shes an adult (which happens in some shoujo manga or any fictional/ nonfictional stories I read). I'm not saying they shouldn't end up together but there is a proper TIME for that. This is just my opinion and still am not going to read further chapters.

The cover art literally showed the main female character (teenaged girl) leaning on the main male lead (adult writer).

 

are you blind? I am literally seeing a dude with long hair on the upper right hand corner. Thats the cover page i was talking about. 

 

The description doesnt even literally says anything about a "romance" between adult and teenager. From what i am reading, it just says   ...living and housekeeping for a writer and it didnt even state the gender or age of that writer. Thats why i was curious and read it.

 

Not everyone is as assuming as you. It took me a while to realize as i was reading the story that i am against adult-minor being in a relationship or doing all those lovey-dovey stuff. Precisely! i am complaining. That's what the comment section is here for right; to state your opinions, complaints and discuss it.

 

You started the argument, I am just defending my position and beliefs. I am firmly against this kind of relationship, that's why i gave an example that happened in real life to support my claim. I too am annoyed at your statements. Go read some research book in the library if you cant find it in the internet. I read a case study about the correlation/effects of media (reading material inculded whether the content is fictional or not) towards behavior/ crimes (or acts commited against the law - e.g. corrupting minor and statutory rape) blah blah blah... Do your own research. You are capable of that right? I don't have the time in the world to go to the library to search and link it FOR YOU.

 

Don't put your assumptions into correcting what I truly think and feel. I know myself, my thoughts and feelings are mine and I stand by it. I still don't care, I will complain if I have to. I even welcome anyone who is going to argue with me. Opinions (that one person here included) wont matter to me anyway and i respect that anyone can express that.

 

You quoted my comment first. I am compelled to response. I am stalking the comment section. Would that still be an issue for you? did you see me reading this series again? No. Therefore, I am just here to reply.

 

 

penguinslovesnow, on 17 Feb 2017 - 04:56 AM, said:

"I'm just going to stop here. I don't want to extend this more than it has to, so if you reply back, don't expect an answer. It's kind of ruining my mood."

 

Noted, I expect no answer coming from you then.

Just to push out the last scuffle I had with another person on here, I would like to say that I really enjoyed reading this manga. I love the characters and I want see more interaction between Fumi and Akatsuki. I can't help but get so excited when there's some positive development between them. Thanks Damn Feels! for the translation!

 

I even went on amazon and bought all the available volumes. Yes, I liked it that much and definitely want to support the author for her hard work.

I saw the cover page and i instantly liked the art, so i was curious and began to read it. Do you have a problem with that?

 

Honestly, i cant help if i cringed and as i was reading further i felt that i am against adult-teenage relationship that's why i said i will stop reading this and i expressed my opinion on why an adult and teenager shouldn't be together in my previous post. Studies shows that the media; Television (drama fictional or not), radio, internet, books or any reading material is partly to blame on why there is such acts or crime committed. Youth or anyone tend to learn what they've seen and read and emulate them.Teenagers are at a stage where their hormones are at its peak that's why they develop crushes and think they are "in love". Adults know what is right from wrong and have that role of guiding kids on the right path is all I'm saying. Tell me, is there no possibility at all that an unguided youth with raging hormones can engage in such acts when they see or read something like this even if its just fictional? any possibility at all? or you're just assuming all people are smart. 

 

This is just my views, whats wrong with connecting fiction with reality, not everyone can distinguish that.

Am i not allowed to exercise my right to freedom of speech on this matter??

Get annoyed with my post all you want, i dont care thats your opinion. This is also my opinion and you cant stop me from complaining on this series.

 

The cover art literally showed the main female character (teenaged girl) leaning on the main male lead (adult writer). The summary talks about her journey living with and housekeeping for the adult writer. How you could not put two and two together and figure out that they were going to be romantically involved at some point in the story is beyond me. This is what I mean when I said that you're complaining for the sake of complaining. 

 

Another thing, I didn't tell you that you couldn't speak your opinion. I just said that I get annoyed with people who try to equate fiction with reality because it's an unsubstantiated opinion. Me responding to your opinion, get it? There has been no real scientific data from reputable sources that directly correlates reading fictional stories like this to increasing rates of statutory rape. Heck, you even try pull the whole "studies show" crap while not even referencing where you're getting your info from and that's pretty telling that you're basing your assertions on how you feel instead of real data from the real world.

 

Not to mention the fact that in your original post, you keep harping on about some teacher/student sexual relationship that happened at your school which has no real bearing on the relationship between the main female and main male character in this manga (their relationship hasn't even gotten anywhere near R-rated either). Those are two separate things that you tried to put together because you felt like complaining about the adult/teenager relationship dynamic that you obviously don't like which you should have foreseen right from the beginning. Like I said, you're complaining for the sake of complaining. The whole spiel about teenagers being too hormonal and immature is also another thing that falls into that because it's just another blanket statement generalizing your dislike of adult/teenager relationships. All of this, complaining for the sake of complaining.

 

Also, if you didn't care about my opinion, why did you respond back to me? Why even bother coming back to this page if you didn't even like this manga?

 

You know what scratch what I just said in the last paragraph, I'm just going to stop here. I don't want to extend this more than it has to, so if you reply back, don't expect an answer. It's kind of ruining my mood.

I honestly don't even understand why you even bothered reading this manga when the whole dynamic of this story is between an adult and a teenager from the get-go. It's like complaining for the sake of complaining.

 

Besides that, I get real annoyed with people who try to equate fiction with reality and use the slippery slope fallacy to argue that reading material like this will encourage statutory rape. It really does not. People are entirely capable of enjoying material like this (an adult/teenager budding love story) and still be able to differentiate between what happens in fiction and what's appropriate in reality. People are a lot smarter than what you give them credit for. 

 

I saw the cover page and i instantly liked the art, so i was curious and began to read it. Do you have a problem with that?

 

Honestly, i cant help if i cringed and as i was reading further i felt that i am against adult-teenage relationship that's why i said i will stop reading this and i expressed my opinion on why an adult and teenager shouldn't be together in my previous post. I read Studies (if youre curious of the scientific data go search it yourself) have shown that media; television (drama fictional or not), radio, internet, books or any source of information is partly to blame on why there is such acts or crime committed. Youth or anyone tend to learn what they've seen and read and emulate them.Teenagers are at a stage where their hormones are at its peak that's why they develop crushes and think they are "in love". Adults know what is right from wrong and have that role of guiding kids on the right path is all I'm saying. Tell me, is there no possibility at all that an unguided youth with raging hormones can engage in such acts when they see or read something like this even if its just fictional ? any possibility at all? or you're just assuming all people are smart like you?

 

This is just my views, whats wrong with connecting fiction with reality, not everyone can distinguish that.

Am i not allowed to exercise my right to freedom of speech on this matter??

Get annoyed with my post all you want. i dont care if youre annoyed and thats your opinion. This is also my opinion and you cant stop me from complaining on this series.

I can't stand reading this anymore. In any case, there is nothing remotely romantic about a 15 year old high school student dating a 25 year old guy. Last year in my school, a student got suspended for dating a teacher and the teacher got fired after someone reported them that they were allegedly in a S..ual relationship. That there is a serious case of corrupting minor & statutory R.pe if proven guilty. It's normal to have adult crushes or admiration but if minors think they are "in love" with a grown-up person, he or she MUST WAIT before getting in a relationship with him or her until he or she is of right age. Adults should know better not to date or be "touchy" with students or minors unless they are asking for a scandal, ruin someone's future, dismissal from work and possibly facing legal consequence. Forbidden love or Stories with sensitive issues could influence young minds if left unguided. Not gonna read this any longer even though I like the art.

I honestly don't even understand why you even bothered reading this manga when the whole dynamic of this story is between an adult and a teenager from the get-go. It's like complaining for the sake of complaining.

 

Besides that, I get real annoyed with people who try to equate fiction with reality and use the slippery slope fallacy to argue that reading material like this will encourage statutory rape. It really does not. People are entirely capable of enjoying material like this (an adult/teenager budding love story) and still be able to differentiate between what happens in fiction and what's appropriate in reality. People are a lot smarter than what you give them credit for. 

I can't stand reading this anymore. In any case, there is nothing remotely romantic about a 16 year old high school student dating a 25 year old guy. Last year in my school, a student got suspended for dating a teacher and the teacher got fired after someone reported them that they were allegedly in a S..ual relationship. That there is a serious case of corrupting minor & statutory R.pe if proven guilty. It's normal to have adult crushes or admiration but if minors think they are "in love" with a grown-up person, he or she MUST WAIT before getting in a relationship with him or her until he or she is of right age. Adults should know better not to date or be "touchy" with students or minors unless they are asking for a scandal, ruin someone's future, dismissal from work and possibly facing legal consequence. Forbidden love or Stories with sensitive issues could influence young minds if left unguided. Not gonna read this any longer even though I like the art.
Shoujo manga, or sexy stare delivery system? You decide.

Man, I'm conflicted about this series. I love how adorable Fumi is and her (platonic) interactions with Akatsuki but man this mangaka makes me feel icky reading some of it. I get that girls at that age have crushes on older guys (I did a few times, but I realized it was inane and ridiculous on my part to pursue it), but she's 15 and he's 25 (and her employer which reeks of future problems if a relationship is pursued). And damn him for countering his friend about how wrong it is to pursue a high schooler when you have 10 years on them and then he gets talked into it. I'm really hoping now she does Daytime shooting star again and has her move on with a guy she's on equal terms with or she shows just how many problems come up dating someone you're not on equal ground with. 

Lo adoro ❤❤❤

Love u Sensei!!! Thanks for the update!! Solo falta que se coloquen al día en español.


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