Aoi Yutaka is a sensitive young boy who, upon entering middle school, decides to become a member of his school's choir. Yutaka has a talent that few boys have: he can sing soprano.
Shounen Note is a seven volume Slice of Life manga by Yuhki Kamatani about a group of choir kids. It is licensed in Spanish.
Shounen Note Contains Examples Of:
- But Not Too Foreign: The Russian Vladimir has a Japanese grandmother, explaining his ability to speak Japanese.
- Cast of Snowflakes: There are many characters but they're all quite distinguishable from each other. They have a variety of body types, hairstyles, and facial features.
- Child Prodigy: Both Vladimir and Yutaka are boy sopranos who are considered above average. In fact, Vladimir is a celebrity.
- Improbably Female Cast: Downplayed. There are several male characters; however, in-series it's noted that there are few boys in the choir.
- Innocent Blue Eyes: Yutaka has bright blue eyes befitting his sweet and gentle nature.
- Language Fluency Denial: Vladimir, a Russian, learned Japanese from his Japanese grandmother (and presumably also speaks it with one of his parents) but usually pretends not to know it.
- Phenotype Stereotype: Vladimir is Russian and has blond hair and blue eyes... even though he is also 1/4 Japanese.
- Sailor Fuku: The school uses sailor fuku and gakuran for their school uniforms.
- Tsurime Eyes: The aloof Midori is one of the few characters with tsurime eyes.
- Tender Tears: Yutaka is very sensitive and cries easily.
- Transgender: Yutaka's older sibling Minoru is non-binary.
- Younger Than They Look: Tomo is a preteen who looks like a high schooler. He's very tall.