Mayo Chiki!


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The story revolves around Kinjirou Sakamachi, a 17 year old high school boy who suffers from gynophobia. The sickness known as gynophobia makes his nose bleed every time he has physical contact with a female. While using the bathroom he accidentally discovers that the popular and handsome butler, Subaru Konoe, is in fact a girl.

Now that Kinjirou knows about Subaru’s secret, he must work together with Subaru and her sadistic mistress, Kanade, to protect Subaru’s secret from being discovered.

Associated Names
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Mayoeru Shitsuji to Chikin na Ore to
The Stray Butler and Myself the Chicken
Related Series
Boku no Bungeibu ni Bitch ga Irunante Arienai (1)
Jaku-chara Tomozaki-kun (1)
Omae wo Onii-chan ni Shite Yarouka!? (1)
Ordinary I and Extraordinary Them (1)

Latest Release

Date Group Release
08/17/17 Nanodesu v2 afterword
07/22/17 Nanodesu v2c7
07/21/17 Nanodesu v2c6
06/19/16 Nanodesu v2c5 part3
05/30/16 Nanodesu v2c5 part2
05/09/16 Nanodesu v2c5 part1
02/09/16 Nanodesu v2c4 part3
01/26/16 Nanodesu v2c4 part2
01/11/16 Nanodesu v2c4 part1
12/24/15 Nanodesu v2c3
11/14/14 Nanodesu v2c2 part2
11/14/14 Nanodesu v2c2 part1
06/07/14 Nanodesu v2c1 part2
06/07/14 Nanodesu v2c1 part1
06/07/14 Nanodesu v2 illustration
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Syokool rated it
June 25, 2016
Status: v12
This is one of those novels I got hyped once it got an anime, and then did few summaries for some friends, though Flere on AS was faster so you may like searching his summaries there.

As the anime, Mayo Chiki is pretty much tons of comedy, teasing and more comedy with just bits of romance and a lot of family issues for every character. How much is this different compared with the anime? Not really that much.
I'd say it's more about how the MC and the girls get to... more>> know themselves through a lot of painful experiences. Kanade, Masamune, Subaru, etc., each one has some heavy experiences in their childhood and it's thanks to Jiro that they will overcome them. The ln itself is much more detailed, and some interactions are more emotive compared with the animated series.

The one thing I like is how the author and editor structured the whole LN. It really manages well the cliffhangers each volume, and it doesn't get much verbose. It's a pleasant reading that will make you cheer up for everyone. <<less
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