Miki's parents are getting divorced. Why? Because her parents bumped into another married couple, and found that each other's partners suited them better and plan to remarry. While this ...
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It's about a like a jurk and cute girl(Aihara Kotoko) who loves a smart and handsome guy in high school (Irie Naoki) and when her house destroyed she moves and her father to (Irie Family) and there he started to love her.
About Sakuragi Hanamichi, a freshman of Shohoku High School who joining the basketball team because of the girl he have a crush on, Haruko. Although he is newbie in this sport. He is no ordinary basketball player.
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Risa and Otani are always being laughed at as the comedy duo. Risa, a girl, is taller than the average girl, and Otani, a boy, is shorter than the average boy. However, Risa have a feeling for Otani that make him shock.
Miki's parents are getting divorced. Why? Because her parents bumped into another married couple, and found that each other's partners suited them better and plan to remarry. While this upsets Miki, the other couple's son, Yuu, doesn't seem to mind this at all. Now all six of them live in the same house and while Miki doesn't like this arrangement, she can't get Yuu out of her mind... Written by
This alternately hilarious and poignant series is simply one of the wildest emotional roller-coasters Japan has produced, and it's quite simply a lot of fun. As Miki and Yuu weather all manner of things while coming to terms with their attraction to each other, you feel all the mood swings a high schooler can have. It's like returning to your teenage years, even if they all just happen to be high-class Japanese who vacation every other week. Marmalade Boy appeals to the high schooler in all of us - and let's hope this series gets the exposure in the Western world it deserves.
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