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This is the story of Urashima Taro. It's a famous old Japanese folktale from the Nara period about a man who saves the Emperor of the Sea's daughter, Otohime. He is invited to live in the underwater palace with them. He stays for three days but wants to go visit his mother. He is given a box by the princess before he leaves, and when he returns to the ...


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In chapter 3, it is mentioned that Misaki was learning Aikido. There are various scenes in the first few chapters that shows Misaki using Aikido moves. For example: In the middle of chapter 1, Misaki threw a sandbag over her head to clear the way. At the beginning of chapter 2, Misaki used Aikido on a male student who was half-naked. In the middle of ...


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Yukiochimura ni Oujosama! is basically a crossover epilogue from 2 of Hiro Fujiwara-sensei's work that is Kaichou wa Maid-sama! and Yuki wa Jigoku ni Ochiru no Ka (Does Yuki Go to Hell). If you try to read the plot or summary from the Wikia, there's a 100% chance that you'll be still confused. Why? Well, you might want to read the other manga if you want to ...


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