The Beauties of Nature by Ayu Yamane

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The handsome, popular Mihiro is used to being the target of girls looking to ask him out. Still, as he begins to get fed up with shallow confessions of love from girls who don’t even know him, he also finds himself being drawn to Tsumugi, his classmate whose hobby is peacefully watching birds. Tsumugi’s favorite bird is the swallow, and he comforts Mihiro by telling him that even female swallows identify the most healthy male birds by their looks because it’s a hint at how beautiful they are inside, too. For the first time, Mihiro feels a bit happy being complimented like this and begins to tease and pursue Tsumugi in return.

CreatorAyu Yamane
Japanese Title花鳥風月
Japanese Title (Romaji)Hana Tori Kaze Tsuki
Japanese PublisherSelf-Published
English Publisherfutekiya

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1 review for The Beauties of Nature by Ayu Yamane

  1. Paul

    I’m not sure if Ayu Yamane’s conscious in discussing social issues in their works, but it felt like this deserves a deep read. Beyond the two love stories, it tries to highlight how children suffer from actions made by adults, on no fault of their own. Not just emotionally, but even one’s life chances and reputation (especially in a country with extensive family registers).

    I like the story of big brother and his student, by the way.

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