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Kodoani.com – The yuri genre – sometimes called Girl’s Love, or Shoujo Ai – is a genre popularized by stories of passionate romance, melodrama, and comedy. Like many LGBT+ manga series, yuri stories often highlight the difficulties surrounding same-sex relationships, adding fuel to the fire!
Today on Kodoani, we’ll take a look at yuri manga that make our hearts swell with emotions!. The following is Top 5 Yuri drama manga the best of kodoani
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Genre: Romance, Slice of Life, Drama, Yuri
Published: February 2020 – present
The Citrus sequel is a bit slow compared to the first, but Saburouta hasn’t lost its heart attack ability in Citrus+. Our main characters, Yuzu and Mei, are currently publicly dating, but although they received the blessings of friends and family at the end of Citrus, not everything went smoothly for them in the episode. the opening of Citrus +.
The sequel series will take a closer look at the friends surrounding our main characters, and their feelings when Yuzu and Mei appear. With emotions running high and friendships on the brink of destruction, Citrus+ proves that more emotional turmoil awaits the Aihara sisters!
Tsukiatte agete mo ii ka na (What’s our relationship like?)
Genre: Comedy, Romance, Drama, Slice of Life, Yuri
Published: June 2020 – present
Taking on a more serious tone than the other manga on this list, How’s our relationship? examines the difficulties of dating as a same-sex couple, after college freshman Miwa in her first relationship with a girl. Blending a humorous rhythm with a serious tune, the opening episode is a whirlwind of emotions, capturing the passion and excitement of a new relationship, the hesitation and the unknown about ‘first time’. ‘ between two lovers and the fear of being disapproved of by their friends.
Tsukiatte agete mo ii ka na? unafraid to tackle bigger, more difficult themes, and with mature characters, the series has the opportunity to expand on mature themes that some high school-age manga can’t focus on. into the. And that evokes heartbreaking emotions in the reader, so be prepared for heart-pounding drama!
Watashi no Oshi wa Akuyaku Reijou (I love villains)
Author: Inori (Story) & Hanagata (Art)
Genre: Shoujo Ai, Isekai, Romance, Drama, Fantasy
Published: September 2021 – present
Recently released as a manga, I’m in Love with the Villainess is an excellent adaptation of the light novel series of the same name. Office worker Rei lives an ordinary boring life alone, escaping the tedium of work life by playing otome games. When Rei finds herself magically transported into her favorite game, she’s fully prepared with an encyclopedic knowledge of the characters and the world.
Rei has a very clear goal – to skip the suggested male god picks in the game and find the villain on his own! The cold-hearted villain Claire makes it clear that she has no time for Rei, but our protagonist persists with a hilarious dedication to no end of jokes. As the story progresses, Rei and Claire’s relationship becomes something of a real thing, and together the two set out to change the game’s narrative – proving that it’s nothing, certainly not love. , can be scripted!
Watashi no yuri wa oshigotodesu! (Yuri is my job!)
Genre: Comedy, School Life, Romance, Yuri
Published: January 2019 – present
This off-beat yuri might seem like a comedy anime to begin with, but there’s a slow and painful romance along the plot line. High school student Hime lives a narcissistic and frivolous life, with the carefully crafted personality of a beautiful, angelic girl. She uses her amazingly sweet charm to find her way, but she’s beginning to know that her looks can do more harm than good.
After injuring her manager’s arm, Hime begins working at a yuri-themed maid cafe, where she must act as a student of a fictional school. Here, she encounters an old friend who has a grudge against her, and the sparks that fly between them could spell disaster for the entire cafe! Yuri is my job! is a brilliantly paced series that knows how to turn the knife of emotion at the right time and make us sit in our seats!
Author: Nishio, Yuuta
Genre: Seinen, Drama, Romance, Yuri, Mature
Episodes: 3 (completed)
Published: June 2017 – December 2018
Sometimes, a mangaka has a story to tell that doesn’t take too many episodes to deliver an emotional and impactful experience. After Hours is only three episodes long, but every page has its place, telling the moving story of two young people in Tokyo’s music scene. The backdrop of this mature romance is the high pressure, late nights, and constant lack of funding faced by musicians and promoters.
The age gap between protagonists Emi and Kei further complicates matters, each wanting something a little different in their lives. Their passion and love are real, but they’re never on the same page – a much more realistic look at love and relationships than the fantasies we often see. With Kei quickly exiting the promotional scene, and Emi just learning what it means to really feel alive, the fire between them is a flurry of emotions that go up and down.
If you’re looking for a short but incredibly memorable story that transcends the yuri relationship into something that works for all couples, After Hours claims our number one spot for the list. this!
Yuri is the culture, with more titles being released each year, representing manga readers’ love for all romance, regardless of the character’s gender!
The series listed here today are the ones that have had a few episodes, so we know they have the emotions you’re looking for. Kodoani is also watching Sasayaku You ni Koi o Utau (Whisper Me a Love Song) and Dekisokonai no Himegimi-tachi (Failed Princesses). Kodoani hopes they will turn out to be as emotionally powerful as the yuri sets on this list!
If you have some favorite yuri manga to recommend, leave a comment below, and thanks for reading!