1999. The "end of the world" that was talked half in doubt since Nostradamus' prediction was finally proven wrong. But unknown to the public, an abnormal phenomenon was starting to spread. A "Disease" which disturbs the normal cell division process, making young girls' body rot alive, slowly killing them. And a beautiful and grotesque being born from this disease, guided by a hapless fate, starts walking on the borderline between good will and ill will, with the wafting sweet scent of death.
1. Juggling 2. Watashi no Obasan 3. N-hama Onsen Kikou 4-6. Ani Imouto 7. Taifuu Club 8. Toumei Shoujo 9. Tamayura Toumei Shoujo 10. Watashi no Ketsuniku to Natta Hon
Apollo ni Sayonara: Let's Go Home!
After the Earth was struck by a meteor, humanity began to move out into space, spreading across many different worlds. The GIS real estate company has an important job: finding people the homes that they desire across a variety of different planets. The main character awoke after a serious illness and found that everything but his brain had been replaced by a mechanical human body. The trauma apparently affected his memory as well, and he couldn't remember who he was or where he came from. He had a frustrating sense, though, that he had a home he should go to and people who were waiting for him. With no way to find them, he is passing the time as a GIS real estate agent. He and his colleagues take on cases from many different kinds of people, and he learns about their lives and their troubles as he helps them find a home of their own. (Source: MangaHelpers)
Bannou Kanteishi Q no Tanpenshuu
A collection of short stories involving Rinda Riko chronologically happening after the end the first Q series.
Tsukimigusa: Yoshiwara Yuukaku Gokuraku Nikki
Set during the time when Japan was Westernizing during the Meiji era. A girl from the countryside with literally nothing to her name is sold to Yoshiwara, which thrived in the Edo period. Will a plain girl be able to survive the world of Yoshiwara, a whirlpool of place of jealousy, lust, and sadness? (Source: Clairparfait)