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Translations
(In alphabetical order of author surnames)
FUJII, Mihona
FUJITA, Maguro
KADA, Tomomi
KAMIO, Youko (non-Ribon)
KITAZAWA, Kaoru
MATSUNO, Mika
OBANA, Miho
TANEMURA, Arina
YUUKI, Akira

Summaries
(In alphabetical order of author surnames)
ASATSUKI, Mai
AZUKI, Ryo
FUJII, Mihona
HASEGAWA, Jun
ISHIDA, Aya
KITAZAWA, Kaoru
KIZUKI, Niwako
KOTOBUKI, Raimu
KURAHASHI, Erika
MAKI, Youko
MIZUSAWA, Megumi
OONO, Nozomi
OOSAKA, Kei
OOTSUKA, Yumi
SAKAI, Mayu
SETO, Yuuna
SHIINA, Ayumi
TAKASUKA, Yue
TANEMURA, Arina

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KADA, Tomomi (Translations)

Natsu This is a story published in the August 1998 issue of Ribon Original. Unlike the normal Ribon, Ribon Original doesn't post long running series, but just one shot stories often debut stories. I like this story a lot, but I don't think Kada Tomomi has done any other stories, which is a pity. I think the artwork is cute and also very beautifully done. Click on the cover image to a view a larger scan ^_^

The story is about a ditzy girl called Natsu, who works at a florist. A young man named Ryuuji applies for a job there and he is hired. Natsu takes a liking to him but thinks he is a little odd in the way that he is so negative...

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This is one of my earlier translations, so the translation is a little too literal and rigid sometimes ^_^;

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