Hitori Nakano



The name "Nakano Hitori" (中野独人) is a pun on the Japanese term "Naka no hitori", a term that refers to all the people who are part of message boards on the Internet.
This name was used as the shared pseudonym of te author(s) of "Densha Otoko": a collection/adaptation of posts on an online message board telling the story of a nerdy guy after he meets a girl on the train.

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Train Man

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3.70 avg rating — 1,556 ratings — published 2004 — 10 editions
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Train Man

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Train Man: Densha Otoko, (T...

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3.75 avg rating — 338 ratings — published 2005 — 8 editions
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Le garçon du train, Tome 3

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3.50 avg rating — 4 ratings — published 2008
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DENSHA OTOKO : CHAT รักหนุ่...

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Train Man: A Shojo Manga

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Densha Otoko: The Story of ...

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Densha Otoko: (Train Man) -...

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Densha Otoko: Volume 2

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Train_man, Volume 3

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“Sejak bertemu dengannya, aku tidak pernah merasa tenang...
Dia telah membuatku berayun di antara harapan dan ketakutan...”
Hitori Nakano, Train Man

“Anyway, the point is that you guys really need to get out more.”
Hitori Nakano, Train Man
tags: geek, humor

“Holding her hand and then having her squeeze right back or having her smile at you when your eyes meet, that's all fine but you haven't heard exactly how the other feels yet. When I think back, that time when you've got all these feelings growing inside, well that was when it was most fun.”
Hitori Nakano, Train Man



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