Is Nana a Josei?
“Genre” Actually, shoujo is specially dedicated to young girls; josei would be a much better genre for NANA, since it is aimed to a more mature female audience. Animeplanet lists it only as josei, http://anime.mikomi.org/series/1388.html lists it as josei, anidb.net lists it as josei…
What’s the opposite of shounen?
Shoujo is the opposite of shonen, translated in English as young girl. Shoujo focuses more on the interpersonal relationship and romance in the story rather than the fighting and action. The series tend to be more dramatic, but also still include the adventure, comedy and action that are prevalent in shonen.
What is the difference between manhua and manhwa?
The History of Manga, Manhwa & Manhua Now, international readers use these terms to address comics that are published from a specific country: manga are Japanese comics, manhwa are Korean comics and manhua are Chinese comics.
What is Hotaru no Hikari?
Hotaru no hikari. Hotaru and her manager Seiichi work together, by coincidence live together and soon fall for each other. In the way though is two seasons of drama, romance, propriety, overseas assignments and friends and colleagues.
Is Hotaru in love with Takano?
27-year-old Hotaru would rather sleep at home than seek romance, but due to unforeseen circumstances, suddenly she’s living with her boss, Takano. What’s more is that she now has a budding relationship with Makoto, who’s younger than she is.
What does Hotaru do for a living?
Hotaru works for a famous interior design company. It’s a glamorous job, but Hotaru’s private life is totally the opposite of glamorous. She lives alone, and when she isn’t working, she’s mostly lazing about her rented house in training wear. She’s not interested in men.
What is Hotaru’s private life like in real life?
It’s a glamorous job, but Hotaru’s private life is totally the opposite of glamorous. She lives alone, and when she isn’t working, she’s mostly lazing about her rented house in training wear. She’s not interested in men. In fact, she isn’t interested in anything. “I’d rather lay around than fool around,” is her motto.