In issue # 28 of the magazine Weekly Shonen Magazine from the publisher Kodansha The final chapter of the manga was published, written and illustrated by Kei Sasuga, Domestic na Kanojo.

The magazine had already announced in mid-May that the work would end in the publication of this edition. For his part, Sasuga began publishing the manga in Kodansha's Weekly Shonen Magazine in April 2014. The publisher published the twenty-seventh compilation volume on May 15 and will publish the twenty-eighth and last on August 17. .

The work inspired an anime adaptation released in January 2019 produced by the studios. Diomedea under the direction of Shouta Ihata. Singer Minami he performed the opening theme song "Kawaki wo Ameku".

Synopsis of Domestic na Kanojo

Natsuo Fujii is in love with his teacher, Hina. Trying to forget his feelings for her, Natsuo goes on a blind date with his classmates, where he meets a rare girl named Rui Tachibana. In a strange turn of events, Rui asks Natsuo to run away with her and do her a favor. To her surprise, her destination is Rui's house, and her request is that he have sex with her. There is no love behind the act; she just wants to learn from experience. Thinking that it might help him forget about Hina, Natsuo agrees.

After this unusual encounter, Natsuo now faces a new problem. With his father remarrying, he ends up with a new pair of stepsisters; unfortunately he knows these two girls very well. He soon discovers that his new sisters are none other than Hina and Rui. Now he lives with the teacher he loves and the girl he had his "first time with," Natsuo finds himself in an unexpected love triangle as he gets closer and closer to adulthood.

Source: Natalie Comic

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