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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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KITAZAWA, Kaoru (Translations)

Combini Crisis
Kotone Combini Crisis is a convenience store style service where a customer can get help in trying to overcome their problem. Kotone wants help in getting back at the guy who dumped her, but how will she able to have a the male combini attendant help her if she's afraid of guys?

Published in the 1998 August Ribon Original issue.

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Kotone Kotone Ran Kotone Kotone Kotone

Kaihou Meiro
Shouko's mother takes her to the countryside. While there, Shouko meets a strange guy called Michinari who intrigues her. They grow closer everyday, but is this love that they share?

Published in the April 2001 issue of Ribon.

The title means "Release/Escape Maze". Kaihou means release or escape and meiro means maze.

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Shouko Shouko meeting Michinari Shouko and Michinari The concrete forest, i.e. buildings Shouko and Michinari holding hands Shouko and Michinari saying goodbye

Kitazawa Kaoru is also the author of stories such as - 16 Venus, Dengeki My Boom!!, Anata ga Sekaiichi! and Renai Masui.

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