Sakae is indifferent about her future and school attendance, but her childhood friend-turned-teacher Hei adamantly tries to help her graduate and be on the right path. She comes up with a plan to get him to stop pestering her.
This is honestly one of the best stories I’ve read, and it hits all the right notes for me:
☑ Childhood friend
☑ Light femdom-ish elements
☑ Thick eyebrows
The only reasons I didn’t work on it sooner was because I holding out for a tankoubon release (the censorship is unfortunately pretty bad), and the editing was nightmarish. I finally grew tired of waiting, so here you go. Hope you enjoy it!
The setting is Japan in the future. Polygamy has become legal as a method to combat declining birth rates. The Kamizono family is one such example of a polygamous household. Although Mahiru, Saya, and Yuuya all get along well; Mahiru and Saya can’t help but feel worried about who would be the odd one out if polygamy weren’t permitted.
We meant to do this story more than three years ago, and I had even translated the first few pages before putting it on hold. Well, better (massively) late than never!
Chapter two of Yokoyama Naoki’s tankoubon “Wifes”; the first chapter in a two-chapter story.
Sou and his childhood friend “Kurako” are the only members in their university’s game club. When Sou is alone, he spends his time playing adult visual novels. One day, Kurako surprises him when he’s deeply engrossed in a session.
Yuuki Kanbe is a high class girl, heir to a wealthy conglomerate and student council president of her academy. Out of the public eye, she’s just a normal girl, and she wants to have a normal romantic relationship with her servant Wataru. Wataru rebuffs her despite having the same feelings, as he knows full well it would be taboo for a servant to be in a relationship with his master.
This story was republished in Kusui Aruta’s tankoubon “S.H.N.D. Ero GAL Irutte Hontou Desu ka!?” (S.H.N.D.エロ★GALいるって本当ですか！？), but the digital version has worse censorship so we stuck to the magazine version.
Wow. How long has it been since we started to work on this project? It took multiple translators and multiple editors, but it’s finally done. Shoutouts to Samwais and Amalthea for resuscitating and rescuing it.
A village suffering from a long drought decides it needs to hold an old rainmaking ritual/custom that involves a young girl walking to the shrine naked, then having simulated sex on stage with a person pretending to be a god. Mana is chosen for the role, much to her dismay.
Sorry it took so long to get this story out. It’s a strange one, but I found it quite sweet and romantic, and I particularly love the ending. Enjoy!
Makito briefly returns to his hometown from his university to visit a summer festival with his childhood friend Kanon, but when he catches a cold the plans are derailed. Rather than attend the festival by herself, Kanon comes to nurse Makito while wearing her summer yukata.
Milly, a girl Yousuke was neighbors and friends with until she moved away in elementary school, is temporarily returning to Japan and will homestay at Yousuke’s house. Will they be able to get along again, now that Yousuke is a hardcore otaku?
Chapters 1 and 2 from Yurikawa’s tankoubon “Natsu Koi Ota Girl” (ナツ恋オタガール).
A slumping town decides to reverse its fortunes by holding the “Ikibina festival”, which involves people playing the roles of members of the imperial court. Our hero Kenta has been chosen to be the emperor, but which out of his two childhood friends, a pair of sisters, will be picked for empress?
The third chapter to Shiokonbu’s tankoubon “Koimaguwai” (恋まぐわい); originally published in COMIC Purumelo 2014-05.
Jin and Satoko were childhood friends who liked each other, but both were too passive to take their relationship to the next level before Satoko moved away. Two years later, Satoko comes back, and it seems that she’s changed in a number of ways.
I fell out of my seat when I saw that Coelacanth was alive again, after a 2+ year hiatus. Is it a one-off thing or will he stick around a while? (The artist’s name, based on a species of fish long thought to have gone extinct before it was rediscovered in modern times, is rather appropriate.)