Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet

Genres: Comedy, Drama, Romance, Shoujo, Slice-of-life.
My Rating: 8
Mangaka: Yamamori Mika
Released: 2015
Chapters: 43
Volumes: 4
Rating: Y (10+)

Description: Ohno Fumi is a poor high school student. In her second year of high school she is forced to move out of her home because of her father’s racked up debts. Through her connections, she looks for a job as a live in maid to make her living. While Fumi finds herself a job, she must now live in with the writer Kibikino Akatsuki. As the two live together, Fumi beings to grow and learns what it is like to be able to live with someone.


– I assigned the age appropriation.
– If you liked Hirunaka no Ryuussei I would recommend to give this manga a try. Yamamori Mika is the mangaka of that manga too.
– I am really behind on this manga. I’ll probably start reading it again once the manga is closer to being completed so I can read it in one go.
– Although I’ve never been a big Hirunaka no Ryuusei fan (or a big Tusbaki-chou Lonely Planet fan), I enjoy looked at all the fan art pictures and colored manga pictures. Personally, I think that fandom is one the best in making colored manga pictures.

Sources: Pic 1, Pic 2.


9 thoughts on “Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet

  1. i agree, the mangaka draws very well too.
    Hirunaka no Ryuussei didn’t particularly stand out to me though despite how popular it is. I mean, I liked the storyline and the characters and the art, but to me it was just an above average shoujo manga, it didn’t have qualities that jumped out at me like what Skip Beat! or Kaichou was Maid-sama did.


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