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* AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil: No only is the student council powerful, there are multiple councils and committees all managed by the students, to the point we barely see any teachers in the story. Seiran seems less like a school and more like a small, self-governed country.

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* AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil: No only is Aside from the immensely powerful student council powerful, there are multiple other councils and committees all managed by the students, to the point we barely see any teachers in the story. Seiran seems less like a school and more like a small, self-governed country.


''Ano Ko ni Kiss to Shirayuri wo'' (''"A Kiss and a White Lily for Her"''), or ''[[PortmanteauSeriesNickname AnoKiss]]'' for short, is a [[YuriGenre girls' romance series]] by Canno, an artist from the doujin circle "Hyper Kettle Yesterday" (with the artists Kawauchi and Nega). It is published in the Monthly Comic Alive since November 2013, the same magazine that published ''Manga/SasamekiKoto'' − making it one the very few yuri series published in a mainstream magazine at the time.[[note]]Interestingly enough, in a crossed interview with Canno, [[Manga/BloomIntoYou Nakatani Nio]] noted that the series' artstyle and writing felt more like shonen than shojo.[[/note]] It is published in English by Creator/YenPress since 2017. You could say that the series is a sort of crash course through the various types of yuri couples, while putting a little unique spin on them at the same time. The series concluded in 2019 with a total of 10 volumes.

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''Ano Ko ni Kiss to Shirayuri wo'' (''"A Kiss and a White Lily for Her"''), or ''[[PortmanteauSeriesNickname AnoKiss]]'' for short, is a [[YuriGenre girls' romance series]] by Canno, an artist from the doujin circle "Hyper Kettle Yesterday" (with the artists Kawauchi and Nega). It is published was launched in November 2013 in the Monthly Comic Alive since November 2013, Alive, the same magazine that published ''Manga/SasamekiKoto'' − making it one the very few yuri series published in a mainstream magazine at the time.[[note]]Interestingly enough, in a crossed interview with Canno, [[Manga/BloomIntoYou Nakatani Nio]] noted that the series' artstyle and writing felt more like shonen than shojo.[[/note]] It is published in English by Creator/YenPress since 2017. You could say that the series is a sort of crash course through the various types of yuri couples, while putting a little unique spin on them at the same time. The series concluded in 2019 with a total of 10 volumes.

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* SuicideWatch: Kurosawa runs into Shiramine who is obviously in considerable distress after a difficult talk with her overly demanding parents. When Shiramine then declares that she is gonna skip school for the first time in her life to go "to the sea", Kurosawa starts quietly following her at a short distance, despite Shiramine's insistence that she not be followed. It turns out that [[MistakenForSuicidal Shiramine didn't really have any suicidal thoughts]] — she just was so hurt by her mother's words that she needed to get away for a night, and afterwards, she thanks Kurosawa for not leaving her alone.


''Ano Ko ni Kiss to Shirayuri wo'' (''"A Kiss and a White Lily for Her"''), or ''[[PortmanteauSeriesNickname AnoKiss]]'' for short, is a [[YuriGenre girls' romance series]] by Canno, an artist from the doujin circle "Hyper Kettle Yesterday" (with the artists Kawauchi and Nega). It is published in the Monthly Comic Alive since November 2013, the same magazine that published ''Manga/SasamekiKoto'' − making it one the very few yuri series published in a mainstream magazine at the time.[[note]]Interestingly enough, in a crossed interview with Canno, [[Manga/BloomIntoYou Nakatani Nio]] noted that the series' artstyle and writing felt more like shonen than shojo.[[/note]] It is published in English by Creator/YenPress since 2017. You could say that the series is a sort of crash course through the various types of yuri couples, while putting a little unique spin on them at the same time. The series will conclude in 2019 with a total of 10 volumes.

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''Ano Ko ni Kiss to Shirayuri wo'' (''"A Kiss and a White Lily for Her"''), or ''[[PortmanteauSeriesNickname AnoKiss]]'' for short, is a [[YuriGenre girls' romance series]] by Canno, an artist from the doujin circle "Hyper Kettle Yesterday" (with the artists Kawauchi and Nega). It is published in the Monthly Comic Alive since November 2013, the same magazine that published ''Manga/SasamekiKoto'' − making it one the very few yuri series published in a mainstream magazine at the time.[[note]]Interestingly enough, in a crossed interview with Canno, [[Manga/BloomIntoYou Nakatani Nio]] noted that the series' artstyle and writing felt more like shonen than shojo.[[/note]] It is published in English by Creator/YenPress since 2017. You could say that the series is a sort of crash course through the various types of yuri couples, while putting a little unique spin on them at the same time. The series will conclude concluded in 2019 with a total of 10 volumes.

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* BookEnds: The first and penultimate chapters both begin with some students praising Ayaka as a model student while she fixes someone's tie.


* UnsoundEffect: Used and abused by the author at every occasion.

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* UnsoundEffect: Used and abused by the author at every occasion.occasion, especially in the early volumes.


''Ano Ko ni Kiss to Shirayuri wo'' (''"A Kiss and a White Lily for Her"''), or ''[[PortmanteauSeriesNickname AnoKiss]]'' for short, is a [[YuriGenre girls' romance series]] by Canno, an artist from the doujin circle "Hyper Kettle Yesterday" (with the artists Kawauchi and Nega). It is published in the Monthly Comic Alive since November 2013, the same magazine that published ''Manga/SasamekiKoto'' − making it one the very few yuri series published in a mainstream magazine.[[note]]Interestingly enough, in a crossed interview with Canno, [[Manga/BloomIntoYou Nakatani Nio]] noted that the series' artstyle and writing felt more like shonen than shojo.[[/note]] It is published in English by Creator/YenPress since 2017. You could say that the series is a sort of crash course through the various types of yuri couples, while putting a little unique spin on them at the same time. The series will conclude in 2019 with a total of 10 volumes.

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''Ano Ko ni Kiss to Shirayuri wo'' (''"A Kiss and a White Lily for Her"''), or ''[[PortmanteauSeriesNickname AnoKiss]]'' for short, is a [[YuriGenre girls' romance series]] by Canno, an artist from the doujin circle "Hyper Kettle Yesterday" (with the artists Kawauchi and Nega). It is published in the Monthly Comic Alive since November 2013, the same magazine that published ''Manga/SasamekiKoto'' − making it one the very few yuri series published in a mainstream magazine.magazine at the time.[[note]]Interestingly enough, in a crossed interview with Canno, [[Manga/BloomIntoYou Nakatani Nio]] noted that the series' artstyle and writing felt more like shonen than shojo.[[/note]] It is published in English by Creator/YenPress since 2017. You could say that the series is a sort of crash course through the various types of yuri couples, while putting a little unique spin on them at the same time. The series will conclude in 2019 with a total of 10 volumes.


''Ano Ko ni Kiss to Shirayuri wo'' (''"A Kiss and a White Lily for Her"''), or ''[[PortmanteauSeriesNickname AnoKiss]]'' for short, is a [[YuriGenre girls' romance series]] by Canno, an artist from the doujin circle "Hyper Kettle Yesterday" (with the artists Kawauchi and Nega). It is published in the Monthly Comic Alive since November 2013, the same magazine that published ''Manga/SasamekiKoto'' − making it one the very few yuri series published in a mainstream magazine.[[note]]Interestingly enough, in a crossed interview with Canno, [[Manga/BloomIntoYou Nakatani Nio]] noted that the series' artstyle and writing felt more like shonen than shojo.[[/note]] It is published in English by Creator/YenPress since 2017. You could say that the series is a sort of crash course through the various types of yuri couples, while putting a little unique spin on them at the same time.

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''Ano Ko ni Kiss to Shirayuri wo'' (''"A Kiss and a White Lily for Her"''), or ''[[PortmanteauSeriesNickname AnoKiss]]'' for short, is a [[YuriGenre girls' romance series]] by Canno, an artist from the doujin circle "Hyper Kettle Yesterday" (with the artists Kawauchi and Nega). It is published in the Monthly Comic Alive since November 2013, the same magazine that published ''Manga/SasamekiKoto'' − making it one the very few yuri series published in a mainstream magazine.[[note]]Interestingly enough, in a crossed interview with Canno, [[Manga/BloomIntoYou Nakatani Nio]] noted that the series' artstyle and writing felt more like shonen than shojo.[[/note]] It is published in English by Creator/YenPress since 2017. You could say that the series is a sort of crash course through the various types of yuri couples, while putting a little unique spin on them at the same time.
time. The series will conclude in 2019 with a total of 10 volumes.




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# '''Ayaka & Yurine'''


…Okay, it ''is'', but while the above summary is the starting point, it quickly becomes only a part of an ensemble story, where the character focus and points of view regularly change. Most chapters are actually focused on other girls of Seiran Academy, with Ayaka and/or Yurine being in a supporting role.

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…Okay, it ''is'', but while the above summary is the starting point, it quickly becomes only a part of an ensemble story, where the character focus focuses and points of view regularly change. Most chapters are actually focused on other girls of Seiran Academy, with Ayaka and/or Yurine being in a supporting role.

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* AudioAdaptation: As is usual for this kind of work, four Drama [=CDs=] were made, containing side stories about Ayaka and Yurine, Mizuki and Moe, Izumi and Chiharu (filling a gap at the end of volume 2) and Yukina and Towako.


* BigDamnKiss: In chapter 20, [[spoiler:Mizuki asks Moe to live together - i.e. the closest possible thing to a marriage proposal - which is followed by three full pages of the two kissing each other under romantic fireworks.]] Quite intense for a series where actual kisses are few and far between.

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* BigDamnKiss: Two notable instances.
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In chapter 20, [[spoiler:Mizuki asks Moe to live together - i.e. the closest possible thing to a marriage proposal - which is followed by three full pages of the two kissing each other under romantic fireworks.]] Quite intense for a series where actual kisses are few and far between.between.
** In chapter 43, [[spoiler:after Ayaka finally beats Yurine and becomes no. 1, she can no longer hold back her feelings and decides to actively kiss Yurine for the first time. There are two full pages of them almost kissing, backing off for a second, then Yurine grabbing and moving Ayaka's hand as if to take control, before their share one big, deep kiss. When Ayaka tries to go for another round… [[AntiClimax Yurine stops her as the bell rings]], leaving Ayaka completely embarrassed.]]



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# '''Ayaka & Yurine''' + Asuka & Mikaze


''Ano Ko ni Kiss to Shirayuri wo'' (''"A Kiss and a White Lily for Her"''), or ''[[PortmanteauSeriesNickname AnoKiss]]'' for short, is a [[YuriGenre girls' romance series]] by Canno, an artist from the doujin circle "Hyper Kettle Yesterday" (with the artists Kawauchi and Nega). It is published in the Monthly Comic Alive since November 2013, the same magazine that published ''Manga/SasamekiKoto'' − making it one the very few yuri series published in a mainstream magazine.[[note]]Interestingly enough, in a crossed interview with Canno, [[Manga/BloomIntoYou Nakatani Nio]] noted that the series' artstyle and writing felt more like shonen than shojo.[[/note]] It is published in English by Creator/YenPress since 2017.

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''Ano Ko ni Kiss to Shirayuri wo'' (''"A Kiss and a White Lily for Her"''), or ''[[PortmanteauSeriesNickname AnoKiss]]'' for short, is a [[YuriGenre girls' romance series]] by Canno, an artist from the doujin circle "Hyper Kettle Yesterday" (with the artists Kawauchi and Nega). It is published in the Monthly Comic Alive since November 2013, the same magazine that published ''Manga/SasamekiKoto'' − making it one the very few yuri series published in a mainstream magazine.[[note]]Interestingly enough, in a crossed interview with Canno, [[Manga/BloomIntoYou Nakatani Nio]] noted that the series' artstyle and writing felt more like shonen than shojo.[[/note]] It is published in English by Creator/YenPress since 2017.
2017. You could say that the series is a sort of crash course through the various types of yuri couples, while putting a little unique spin on them at the same time.


* ShowDontTell: Sort of. The series is rather minimalistic in its narration, and interestingly the girls rarely directly ''say'' that they love each other (not in conventional ways, at least), they just demonstrate it through acts and gestures. Chapter 41 (9 volumes in!) is the first chapter to have a "conventional" confession [[spoiler:and ironically, also the only one that features a couple breaking up.]]

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* ShowDontTell: Sort of. The series is rather minimalistic in its narration, and interestingly the girls rarely directly ''say'' that they love each other (not in conventional ways, at least), they just demonstrate it through acts and gestures. Chapter 41 (9 − 9 volumes in!) in! − is the first chapter to have a "conventional" confession [[spoiler:and ironically, also the only first one that features a couple breaking up.]]


* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: This is no ''Manga/OnePiece'' of course, but by volume 6, there are [[https://img4.hostingpics.net/pics/624205AnoKisschartrduit.jpg 19 recurring characters]], most of them having their own arcs. In fact, you could say there isn't really a "main character" − even Ayaka and Yurine are only focused on sporadically.

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* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: This is no ''Manga/OnePiece'' of course, but by since each volume 6, introduces a new couple and there are [[https://img4.hostingpics.net/pics/624205AnoKisschartrduit.jpg 19 also some minor but recurring characters]], most of them having their own arcs.characters, the cast rapidly gets pretty crowded. In fact, you could say there isn't really a "main character" − even Ayaka and Yurine are only focused on sporadically.

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