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Yakuza Girl – Blade Shikake no Hanayome ("Yakuza Girl - The Blade-Wielding Bride") is a manga written by Masaki Motonaga and drawn by Yu-Go Okuma.

It started in February 2008, in modern day Japan on the grounds of Daihon Academy (Daihon Gakuen). The manga follows the protagonist Senguu Fumihiro as he enters the aforementioned academy, claimed to be one of the most prestigious in the entire country, to find a wife and thus satisfy the wish of his grandmother (who wants to see her great grandchildren before passing away). Of course, knowing absolutely nothing of what he sees as a top-level school, Fumihiro is caught completely off guard when he learns that technically every student and teacher of Daihon is in fact a wielder of supernatural skills and powers. Worst, however, is that the students, aggregated in "clans", are allowed to brutally murder each other — even their grades are based upon their enemies' death toll (i.e. the number of students of enemy clans they killed). In such an absurd scenario, Fumihiro's aid comes from Akari, the girl to whom he proposed when he saw her for the first time. She, and later he, are part of the Gusha Senmetsu Clan.


On a side note, one of the most peculiar features of Daihon, after its crazy-murderous-absurd student population, is a black, cylindrical tower that sits in what seems to be the center of the school compound, atop of which floats a black, translucent orb containing a World War II-era American B-29 Superfortress heavy bomber...

This manga contains examples of:

  • Accidental Pervert: Senguu once, and Akari didn't mind...
  • Action Girl: Every girl in the manga is pretty much this type. Except for the girls that Hakkou Ichiu clan leader rides on.
  • All Amazons Want Hercules: Reiko admits that she only wants or will have Senguu because he has the strongest power.
  • Alternate History: What the world they live in is.
  • Always Save the Girl: As Senguu puts it once, "Even if Everyone else note  gets eaten, we can live!".
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  • Anguished Declaration of Love: They never really stop doing this.
  • Anti-Air: Ariwara Kotohiko and Asikai Kagefumi of the Gusha Senmetsu Clan act as this during their fight with the Yaguruma Clan
  • Anti-Hero: Senguu starts out as a Classical Anti-Hero but once he gains his powers he joins the rest of the cast as a Unscrupulous Hero. Well those that can be called heroic at all.
  • Anti-Magic: Senguu, Akari, and Ariwara Kotohiko's class teacher's Chivalrous Power.
  • Attempted Rape: Akari is almost raped by a person trapped in their monster form.
  • Badass in Distress: Akari after her sword breaks.
  • Bandage Babe: Akari on occasion.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Most females.
  • Berserk Button:
    • Just try to hurt his future bride and you'll know what Senguu will do.
    • Do not mess with Reiko around Akari
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Reiko. She seems to act so nice. However, she forced herself on Senguu. She showed no real concern for Akari and her broken sword. Indeed, for all of Akari's Undying Loyalty to her, Reiko repays it by treating Akari like a pawn in a chess game, and says so right to Akari's face as she dies and forces her powers on Akari in order to complete her "plan", whatever that's supposed to be.
  • Bottomless Magazines: Any ranged weapon Chivalrous Power that was shown.
  • Class Representative: Senguu is technically the class rep for his class because the previous one died the day before he transferred in so he got the job.
  • Clothing Damage: Frequently, but normally the person gets damaged too when that happens.
  • Cooldown Hug: Akari gives one to Senguu during his Super-Power Meltdown. She also ends up up kissing him then.
  • Cry Cute: Akari while learning to swim, it's adorable.
  • Distressed Dude: Senguu until he gets his powers.
  • Engaging Conversation: Senguu to Akari while she is bathing. First words out of his mouth to her, and he will be damned if he didn't mean every word.
  • Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: They threw a Kronosaurus into the pool. How and where they got the damn thing are not explained.
  • Eyepatch of Power: Reiko along with a few other characters.
  • The Faceless: Izumi Masakuni of The Gusha Senmetsu Clan along with every other part of his body. He is a box that limbs come out of.
  • Gambit Pileup: Just about everyone has some sort of plan or another. Many revolve around the nuke in the sky and Senguu's power.
  • Grey-and-Gray Morality: Everyone is this story are part of clans that murder people at the drop of a hat.
  • Gorn: Oh dear heads do tend to fly.
  • The Gunslinger: Ariwara Kotohiko and Asikai Kagefumi in the Gusha Senmetsu Clan use gun Chivalrous Powers.
  • Handsome Lech: Willard Ackroyd though he rarely has a chance to show it.
  • Hot Springs Episode: Well the Gusha Senmetsu Clan has an outdoor bath.
  • Kill 'Em All: It's hard to tell exactly who lives and dies at the very end, what with all the time shenanigans and alternate universe going around, but don't become too attached to the characters.
  • Love Flowers: Itagaki's the leader of clan Hakkou Ichiu gets these in his introduction.
  • Love Potion: Of the aphrodisiac verity used by Reiko used it at least twice that we know of.
    • Once to seduce, steal/absorb a man's Chivalrous power, and then kill him.
    • The second time she uses it on Senguu, and while he can't help himself while under the influence, they at least kiss, he later claims he saved his chastity for Akari rather insistently especially since he does not have clear memories of that night.
  • Meganekko: Akari.
  • Meido: Yurine the Head Maid of The Gusha Senmetsu Clan.
  • Moment Killer: Akari is going tell Senguu she loves him, but ENEMY ATTACK!
  • Ms. Fanservice: Reiko is almost never fully clothed.
  • New Transfer Student: Senguu.
  • Nice Hat: Asukai Kagefumi of the Gusha Senmetsu Clan.
  • No Holds Barred Beat Down: Senguu ripped the guy to pieces who attempted to rape Akari in front of him. He didn't even stop once the guy was already dead.
  • Not What It Looks Like: Akari sees Reiko possibly raping Senguu, and think it is consensual. This really messes with her seeing as she is not internally warring with her Undying Loyalty to Reiko and her new crush on Senguu.
  • Nuclear Weapons Taboo: Averted: The Enloa Gay is in the sky the entire series with a live nuke in it.
  • Official Couple: Akari and Senguu.
  • Panty Shot: All the time.
  • Parental Abandonment: Akari was abonded sometime before the stories start and she was picked up and raised by Reiko.
  • Parental Substitute: Senguu's grandma.
  • Pool Scene: It was really cute with Senguu teaching Akari how to swim until they threw the frickin Kronosaurus in the pool.
  • Power Gives You Wings: When Chivalrous Powers are developed to the max they give you wings and you are known as a "Missle".
    • The people in the Gusha Senmetsu Clan with wings are Kakimoto Rin and Ohshikouchi Tomoe.
    • Akari after Reiko forces her power onto the her so that Reiko can "live" to see her plan completed.
  • The Power of Love: This is what allows Akari and Senguu to get married in the past then get killed by the bomb.
  • Power Tattoo: Shows one has Chivalrous Powers, and generally a larger tatoo means better power. They are called Shikigei.
  • Reality Warper: Major Narukawa and Senguu Fumihiro.
  • Rescue Romance: Akari really starts to warm up to Senguu after he saves her in the pool.
  • Sarashi: Akari wears it.
  • Sex Is Violence: Mibu Akane's nipples get hard during a fight with strong opponents.
  • Super-Power Meltdown: Senguu near the end.
  • Token Mini-Moe: Kakimoto Rin for the Gusha Senmetsu Clan.
  • Underboobs: Mibu Akane of the Gusha Senmetsu Clan's default outfit.
  • Undying Loyalty: Akari is utterly devoted to Reiko. She grows out of this as the series goes on, but never fully, and never enough to say no.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Itagaki, and by extension the entire Hakkou Ichiu Clan, is one for Willard Ackroyd.
  • The Vamp: Reiko.
  • Waif-Fu: Most woman are rather tiny for their power, but Akari takes the cake in that she does not use Chivalrous Powers to fight just her sword skills.
  • Weak, but Skilled: Akari's chivalrous power is weak, but she is highly skilled with the sword Reiko gave her.
  • What Is This Thing You Call "Love"?: Akari has no idea what love is at first.
    • Itagaki of clan Hakkou Ichiu.
  • Wrecked Weapon: Akari's sword gets destroyed and she loses her ability to fight on equal ground with other users.
  • Yakuza: The school is a yakuza finishing school thing.


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