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Maniattemasu (まにあってます!, lit. "Enough!") is a manga series by Ai Morinaga. As with all of Ai's stories Maniattemasu is a twist on a traditional theme.

Maniattemasu
まにあってます!
GenreComedy, Romance
Manga
Written byAi Morinaga
Published byKadokawa Shoten
DemographicShōjo
Published2004
Volumes2
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PlotEdit

Due to her father bankrupting their family, Homare, is essentially sold to the Ichinokura family. Once taken in by them her sense of duty encourages her to work as their maid with hilarious consequences. Her main obstacle is winning over the three sons of the Ichinokura family.

CharactersEdit

Homare Hokuno

She's in her first year of high school, and is sold to the Ichinokura family to pay off her family's debt. Her parents disappear soon afterwards using a tuna vessel as their escape craft. She is terribly scatterbrained, always forgetting everyone's names, fighting with Masamune's cat Ran and generally causing havoc and mayhem in whatever she attempts to do, even though she has the most honourable intentions.

Masamune Ichinokura

The eldest son of the Ichinokura family in his third year of high school. Immediately takes a dislike to Homare, and only loves his cat.

Housui Ichinokura

The second eldest son of the Ichinokura family in his second year of high school. Gets extremely frustrated having to repeatedly correct Homare for calling him Houshi (meaning Monk).

Sonichi Ichinokura

The youngest son of the Ichinokura family in his second year of junior high school. Of the three brothers he has the least enmity towards Homare.

International releaseEdit

Maniattemasu was licensed for international release in a number of languages and regions. It was published in Spain by Planeta DeAgostini,[1] in Poland by Waneko,[2] and in Germany by Carlsen.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "¡No hace falta!" (in Spanish). Planeta DeAgostini. Archived from the original on 22 June 2009. Retrieved 28 August 2011.
  2. ^ GoNik (27 September 2007). "Nie, Dziękuję!". Tanuki.pl (in Polish). Małgorzata Kaczarowska. 250 (837). Retrieved 28 August 2011.
  3. ^ "Bitte sehr, bitte gleich!" (in German). CARLSEN Verlag. Retrieved 28 August 2011.