うさぎドロップ 1 (Bunny Drop #1)
Going home for his grandfather's funeral, thirty-year-old bachelor Daikichi is floored to discover that the old man had an illegitimate child with a younger lover! The rest of his family is equally shocked and also embarrassed by this surprise development, and not one of them wants anything to do with the silent little girl, Rin. In a fit of angry spontaneity, Daikichi dec...more
Bunny Drop tells the story if Daikichi, a 30-year-old bachelor, who upon arriving home for his grandfather's funeral, discovers that his grandfather left behind a 5-year-old love daughter named Rin (grandpa was 79 when he died). Rin is very introvert and shy, not speaking much and only interacts with Da ...more
This was cute and I enjoyed it. But, I have heard of the ending for this series so I'm still debating whether or not I want to continue reading this series.
But this first volume was definitely cute and sweet and I would recommend it.
Entire series: 1 1/2 stars
Let me tell you why as a warning to any who go into this series without previous knowledge.
The first 4 volumes of this manga are deep and tackle a lot of issues overlooked in Japanese society and how one man takes them head on for his new adoptive daughter. He tackles being a single father, how to juggle the long hours of the normal Japanese businessman with a stay-at-home dad job. He also quits smoking and deals with the the acceptance issu ...more
Daikichi is a 30 year old bachelor that has been going about his life as always until the day his grandfather dies. He goes to show his respects, only to discover that his grandfather had a life he'd never suspected. His grandfather had a mysteri ...more
The story centers on a Daikichi, a 30-year-old man whose grandfather has just died. At the funeral, he discovers that his grandfather, a widower, kept secrets from his family. The grandfather has been having a relationship with a younger woman (whom we never meet, or at least have not me ...more
The women in the family are mortified at this revelation; the men pretend to be mortified while high-fiving each other when the women aren't around. But the two groups have one thing in common -- neither of them want anything to do with the girl, Rin. Th ...more
The story is simple but brilliant in its execution. Daikichi is a thirty year old single business man who returns home for his grandfather's funeral only to find his family squabbling over what to do with the old man's six year old daughter. They do not know who the mother is and Rin isn't speaking to anyone while they argue in fron ...more
(view spoiler)[The plot of the later volumes, when they are all teenagers, wasn't as strong to me as their time as children. I don't know if it's because I was us ...more
And it does help that I have the movie in my PC to watch it, with the sweetest actress girl as Rin.
Imagine the family's shock to find little Rin, silent, shocked, alone, when they come for Gramps' funeral. Everyone has a reason why ...more
Sono di umore paludoso di mio, quindi leggere un qualsiasi shojo - come sto facendo con Elettroshock Daisy, Vol. 01 - avrebbe significato una sfilza di stelline basse. Invece qui non si parla di amori impossibili o storie di scuola.
I protagonisti principali sono Daikichi, impiegato trentenne, e Rin, orfana di sei ann ...more
I have nothing I can point out in this manga. I thought it over and over agai ...more
The story never gets really dark, even with issues like death and abandonment, and doesn't take a comical approach to things like buying underwear or bed wetting, ...more
I'll admit that I'm a sucker for Older guys taking in kids and becoming a father figure to them. I like that the feelings are true and that they really do build a tr ...more
After arriving home for his grandfather's funeral, Daikichi learns that his grandfather has fathered a love child. No one in the family wants to take responsibility for her and her mother is no where to be found. So, 30 year old, workaholic, never had a girlfriend Daikichi brings her home with him.
A patron recommended this to me and I am so glad she did. I was kin ...more