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Opinion by keturahk posted over a year ago
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out of a 1-10 i would have to say this is a ten. this is up there with the best manga i have read and the best anime i have watched. of course im a happy ever after type person. i love a little romance thrown into a story. tho even if you dont you will still prbly love this anime/manga. it has a bit of everything for every type of person. i have friends that are pretty harsh in the views of things and even they have to admit that this one is pretty awsome. dont be to judge mental about this anime/manga before you read or see it. my advice is if you want to get the best out of this series watch the anime first. the anime only goes up to ep. 25 (the first season) they havent come out with a 2nd season yet but the manga is still very much ongoing so im sure they will some time soon. after watching all 25 episodes i would continue on and read the manga. as far as i am aware of they have translated up to chapter 98 so far chapter 99 is out in japan but has not yet been translated into english. i really do recomend you read this it had my rotfl-ing the entire time the characters all have unique personality's and are so love able. in genres it may be under harem but it really isent much...
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Opinion by eka-chan posted over a year ago
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Sunako at her best!
" Feminism doesn't need to turn into a warped version of chauvinism where women are STILL limited in their activities. "
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This reminds me of one of the central themes that transformed Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge into a good piece of shoujo manga for the awakening woman. Sunako (at first) might be an insecure girl who is also violent and tends to use excuses to further berate herself..but as the story develops, we soon discover that she's also very 'housewifey' because she enjoys menial chores of cooking and cleaning (and serving people in any way she could). She does use brute force and would appear selfish but in her own way, when something needs to be done, she does it if she can. And she also believes that all human relationships are summarized into "You receive what you give" which I find a very wise statement of hers all throughout the manga. And Hayakawa-sensei, through Sunako, made it seem that a girl can still be into unconventional stuff (just like Sunako with her horror and gore) but can aslo remain on her female role of motherhood, etc. (like Sunako who is esteemed for her 'culinary' skills). Sunako even told her auntie that...
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Opinion by zerorin posted over a year ago
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It all started when a girl confesses her love on the boy she like, instead of being flattered, the boy said the most horrible thing a girl can hear...
"YOU KNOW, I HATE UGLY GIRLS",from then on, Sunako Nakahara lived in a world of darkness,a goth girl who believes she would melt in a broad daylight and getting close to beautiful girls and boys leaves her a massive nosebleed.


Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge or more commonly known as "The Wallflower" has been airing last year in japan and has made its way to the hearts of the filipino people because of the story that could surely left you laugh and love all of its characters especially the heroine Sunako Nakahara.
by the end of the series, as the boys desperately plan on making Sunako Nakahara a fine lady we witnessed thatinstead of transforming into a true lady, we realized that Sunako Nakahara is beautiful inside and out by just being her true self.This series tells us that we couldn't change ourself just because others like it,when we change just for the sake of others to like us its hard because its not easy to be someone else. Acceptance is important in each and every individual,it allows us to...
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