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* ''Manga/MikakuninDeShinkoukei'': A motherly and doting teenager finds out on the day of her 16th birthday that she's engaged, and her fiance and his little sister will be living together with her from now on.

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* ''Manga/MikakuninDeShinkoukei'': ''Manga/MikakuninDeShinkoukei'' ([=AKA=] ''Engaged to the Unidentified''): A motherly and doting teenager finds out on the day of her 16th birthday that she's engaged, and her fiance and his little sister will be living together with her from now on.


* ''Manga/KonohanaKitan'': A young Kitsune girl starts working at an inn for supernatural beings.

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* ''Manga/KonohanaKitan'': A young Kitsune girl starts working at an inn a [[Main/HotSpringsEpisode HotSprings Inn]] for supernatural beings.beings. All guests are treated like gods, partly because half of them really are gods.


* ''Dad, the Beard Gorilla, and I'': A towering freelance web designer moves in with his recently widowed older brother and his adorable young niece in order to help him raise the girl. Mainly deals with the mechanisms to cope with the loss of a loved one, and to defy the definition of a NuclearFamily.

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* ''Dad, the Beard Gorilla, and I'': ''Manga/DadTheBeardGorillaAndI'': A towering freelance web designer moves in with his recently widowed older brother and his adorable young niece in order to help him raise the girl. Mainly deals with the mechanisms to cope with the loss of a loved one, and to defy the definition of a NuclearFamily.


* ''Manga/HoneyAndClover'': The trials and tribulations of a group of art students as they go through their college life.


* ''Futari Ashitamo Sorenarini'' ([=AKA=] ''The Two Gets by Tomorrow Too, More or Less''): A couple of young professionals have recent started living together. They work, play, and navigate the little difficulties and disagreements of a relationship in a committed, adult way.

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* ''Futari Ashitamo Sorenarini'' ([=AKA=] ''The Two Gets by Tomorrow Too, More or Less''): A couple of young professionals have recent recently started living together. They work, play, and navigate the little difficulties and disagreements of a relationship in a committed, adult way.

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* ''Mr. Villain's Day Off'' ([=AKA=] ''Kyuujitsu no Warumono-san''): An evil "General" of an invading alien force targeting Earth constantly postpones his nefarious plans to visit pandas at the zoo. Yes, seriously.

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* ''The Clueless Transfer Student Is Assertive'' ([=AKA=] ''Jijyou wo Shiranai Tenkousei ga Guigui Kuru''): An elementary school girl is bullied at school and nicknamed "Grim Reaper" due to her appearance, as she is gloomy and shy. However, a transfer student from the countryside is fascinated by her "darkness", finding it cool. Through the unbridled and fundamental joy he finds in being her friend, she starts realizing that being herself is not as bad as she thinks.


* ''Manga/KOn'' is in essence a {{Moe}}-fied, GenderFlip version of ''Music/TheBeatles'' set in school. The main characters, however, spend a lot of time drinking tea, eating cake and having fun, to the point where they pretty much [[ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything never practice music or play in concerts]]. They're pretty good musicians, though.



* ''Manga/KOn'' is in essence a {{Moe}}-fied, GenderFlip version of ''Music/TheBeatles'' set in school. The main characters, however, spend a lot of time drinking tea, eating cake and having fun, to the point where they pretty much [[ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything never practice music or play in concerts]]. They're pretty good musicians, though.


* ''Manga/KaseSan'': A delicate and dutiful high school girl with an interest in horticulture establishes a profoundly loving relationship with the ace of her school's track-and-field team, a girl who is one of the school's idols. Its sequel takes place during their college years.


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* ''Manga/KaseSan'': A delicate and dutiful high school girl with an interest in horticulture establishes a profoundly loving relationship with the ace of her school's track-and-field team, a girl who is one of the school's idols. Its sequel takes place during their college years.


* ''[[Manga/KaseSan Asagao To Kase-san]]'' ([=AKA=] ''Flowers and Kase-san'') and ''[[Manga/KaseSan Yamada To Kase-san]] ([=AKA=] Yamada and Kase-san''): A delicate and dutiful high school girl with an interest in horticulture establishes a profoundly loving relationship with the ace of her school's track-and-field team, a girl who is one of the school's idols. Its sequel takes place during their college years.


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* ''Manga/KaseSan'': A delicate and dutiful high school girl with an interest in horticulture establishes a profoundly loving relationship with the ace of her school's track-and-field team, a girl who is one of the school's idols. Its sequel takes place during their college years.


* ''[[Manga/KaseSan Asagao To Kase-san]]'' ([=AKA=] ''Flowers and Kase-san'') and ''[[Manga/KaseSan Yamada To Kase-san]] ([=AKA=] Yamada and Kase-san'': A delicate and dutiful high school girl with an interest in horticulture establishes a profoundly loving relationship with the ace of her school's track-and-field team, a girl who is one of the school's idols. Its sequel takes place during their college years.

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* ''[[Manga/KaseSan Asagao To Kase-san]]'' ([=AKA=] ''Flowers and Kase-san'') and ''[[Manga/KaseSan Yamada To Kase-san]] ([=AKA=] Yamada and Kase-san'': Kase-san''): A delicate and dutiful high school girl with an interest in horticulture establishes a profoundly loving relationship with the ace of her school's track-and-field team, a girl who is one of the school's idols. Its sequel takes place during their college years.


* ''[[Manga/KaseSan Asagao To Kase-san]] and ''[[Manga/KaseSan Yamada To Kase-san]]'': A delicate and dutiful high school girl with an interest in horticulture establishes a profoundly loving relationship with the ace of her school's track-and-field team, a girl who is one of the school's idols.

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* ''[[Manga/KaseSan Asagao To Kase-san]] Kase-san]]'' ([=AKA=] ''Flowers and Kase-san'') and ''[[Manga/KaseSan Yamada To Kase-san]]'': Kase-san]] ([=AKA=] Yamada and Kase-san'': A delicate and dutiful high school girl with an interest in horticulture establishes a profoundly loving relationship with the ace of her school's track-and-field team, a girl who is one of the school's idols.idols. Its sequel takes place during their college years.

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* ''[[Manga/KaseSan Asagao To Kase-san]] and ''[[Manga/KaseSan Yamada To Kase-san]]'': A delicate and dutiful high school girl with an interest in horticulture establishes a profoundly loving relationship with the ace of her school's track-and-field team, a girl who is one of the school's idols.


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* ''Heterogeneous Linguistics'': A young anthropologist and linguist has to take the mantle of his mentor and venture into a land of fantastical beasts in order to decipher their languages.


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* ''Madoromi-chan ga Iku'': The playful and bratty adventures of a little horned girl and her caretaker.


* ''Boku no Kanojo wa Saikoudesu!'' (or ''My Girlfriend Is The Best!''): The comedic daily lives of a cohabiting young couple in their early/mid 20's.

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* ''Boku no Kanojo wa Saikoudesu!'' (or ''My Girlfriend Is The Best!''): The comedic daily lives of a cohabiting young couple in their early/mid 20's.20s.



* ''Manga/BunnyDrop'': A man in his 30's without much purpose in life impulsively adopts his late grandpa's illegitimate child, a grade school girl. This is a story of how they interact and become a family.

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* ''Manga/BunnyDrop'': A man in his 30's 30s without much purpose in life impulsively adopts his late grandpa's illegitimate child, a grade school girl. This is a story of how they interact and become a family.


* ''Todekase! Mizore-chan'' ([=AKA=] ''Melt Away! Mizore-chan'']] A small girl vacationing on her aunt's countryside house meets a YukiOnna who wants to wage war against the sun itself, somehow making firends along the way.

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* ''Todekase! Mizore-chan'' ([=AKA=] ''Melt Away! Mizore-chan'']] Mizore-chan'') A small girl vacationing on her aunt's countryside house meets a YukiOnna who wants to wage war against the sun itself, somehow making firends friends along the way.

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