Shoujo Ramune

The manga was so good, I had to make a post about it. It’s called shoujo ramune. In the manga there is a girl who has a crush on another girl, but she doesn’t know how to confess her feelings. The other girl, named ramune, likes her back, but doesn’t know how to confess either.

It’s such a cute story! I highly recommend it!

Welcome to Shoujo Ramune a.k.a “Shoujo Ramune” (少女ラムネ, Shōjo Ramune) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Amamizu and serialized in the monthly seinen magazine Young Animal. Four tankōbon volumes were published by Hakusensha from March 2003 to December 2004. It is licensed in English by Digital Manga Publishing, which released the manga through its imprint, Juné, on April 14, 2010.[1] The story revolves around Rokugo Saki and his girlfriend Midori who faces many problems including Saki’s mother as well as their own relationship.

Shoujo Ramune (少女ラムネ, lit. “Maiden Ramune”) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Misuzu Asaoka. The story revolves around a boy named Obinata, who has a rare disease that causes him to become younger as his body matures. He becomes the butler and personal attendant of an older-looking girl named Alice.

An anime adaptation of the manga aired in Japan between July and September 1998, adapting the first four volumes of the manga. A sequel manga series was published from 1998 to 1999. Both were licensed for English-language release in North America by Central Park Media, which released two volumes of the original manga and four episodes of the anime under its Software Sculptors imprint before going out of business in 2009. The anime was later licensed by Discotek Media, who released it on DVD in 2015.

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It’s a normal day at the soda shop until an unusual customer arrives. Shoujo Ramune is a 4-panel comedy manga about four young girls who work at a ramen shop, and the many customers who visit them.

Shoujo Ramune Uncensored

Shoujo Ramune Uncensored
Shoujo Ramune Uncensored

The most common type of ramune is a soda pop, with a multitude of fruit flavors. The most popular flavor is the standard ramune, which has a sweet lemon-lime taste. But there are many additional flavors to choose from such as melon, strawberry and banana. Ramune has also been used in ice cream and other products.

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Shoujo Ramune Episode 1

Shoujo Ramune Episode 1
Shoujo Ramune Episode 1

the episode is about a girl that goes to find her boyfriend but it turns out her boyfriend gets turned into a ramune and the girl drinks him up later she finds out he’s in her stomach so she runs to the hospital and the doctor finds out his inside of her stomach so she takes him out of her stomach and the boy comes back to life and they kiss

The story is about three girls, who have little in common, but have to work together at a summer job. They work at a ramune factory and are tasked with selling ramune during the summer festivals in their area. It is an anime that focuses on slice of life and comedy.

The episodes were released on Youtube as they were being developed and they were also given away for free at Comiket. The production was done by Imaishi Hiroyuki, who is known for being the director of Kill la Kill and Gurren Lagann.

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The story of the anime focuses on a girl named Mariandale who has been raised in the village of Ramune as a boy, because she has magical powers. She leaves her home to go to the city, where she meets a rich girl named Alice who calls her brother “Ramune”. She then meets a rich young woman named Alice and falls in love with her.

The main characters are:

Mariandale: The main character of the series, she is an orphan who was forced to flee her hometown after being attacked by monsters. She is afraid of monsters and prefers to live in a place where there are no monsters.

Alice: A rich girl who calls Mariandale “brother” and wants to be like her brother. She has pink hair and eyes, which makes her look like an angel or a fairy. She is very shy, but she loves animals and likes to play with them.

Mariandale’s friend: A girl who works at a cafe and lives in a room that looks like an old house. The cafe owner is also in love with her.

The story takes place in an alternate world where humans have created “magic” that can make anything possible. This magic can

Shoujo Ramune Hentai

Shoujo Ramune Hentai
Shoujo Ramune Hentai

Shoujo Ramune The Animation (少女ラムネTHE ANIMATION, Shōjo Ramune The Animation?) is a 1998–1999 OVA series. It is based on the manga Shōjo Ramune by Yumiko Oshima which was serialized in Monthly Comic Dragon from 1996 to 2001 and later published in tankōbon format by Fujimi Shobo under their Fujimi Fantasia Bunko imprint.

The story follows an elementary school girl named Asahi Sugawara. One day she finds a old bottle of ramune that was hidden away in a closet of her grandmother’s house. When she opens the bottle and drinks from it, she meets a Japanese fairy named Ramune who has been trapped inside the bottle for 300 years.

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The Hentai Prince and the Stony Cat.

On Golden Pond is the story of aging couple Ethel and Norman Thayer spending the summer at their home on a lake called Golden Pond. They are visited by their estranged daughter Chelsea with her fiancé Billy Ray and his son Billy Ray Jr. The story explores the often turbulent relationship the young woman shared with her father growing up, and the difficulties faced by a couple in the twilight years of a long marriage.

Shoujo Ramune is a Japanese adult manga series written and illustrated by Tsumugi Musume. It was serialized in Enterbrain’s seinen manga magazine Tech Gian between the May 2008 and October 2011 issues.[1] Three tankōbon volumes were released between March 2009 and October 2011.[2][3] The manga focuses on Yūji Ikiya, a young man who discovers that his new neighbor, the beautiful Ramune Seinosuke, is in fact a vampire. She asks him to become her servant, which he reluctantly accepts.

The manga was adapted as a four-episode original video animation (OVA) series produced by Milky Animation Label and directed by Hidetsugu Ito. Two episodes were released on June 25, 2009,[4][5] with the third episode released on March 26, 2010 at the Anime Contents Expo 2010.[6][7] The fourth and final episode was released on September 25, 2010.