Finest Shojo Manga You Should Read

There have been various manga categories over the decades, with shojo being one of the most well-known. It is best known for catering to young girls, but it has since evolved into a fantastic genre that caters to everyone. From a few of the greatest romances ever written in fiction to the appearance of female superheroes later in the series, such as Sailor Moon. Yet, only the best of the best appear for each of them, and several have been considered fan favourites. Even if you are a trading forex broker in Vietnam, feel free to watch them. There’s nothing to be embarrassed about!

 

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  • Kiss Him, Not Me!

Kae Serinuma is a fujoshi, a manga and anime fan who enjoys reading and imagining boys romance (yaoi/yuri), whether in fiction or real life. However, when Shion, her favourite character in Mirage Saga, is murdered, she isolates herself in her bedroom for a whole week. She notices she is lighter than she was before and knows she has shed a significant amount of weight. As a result, she attracts the attention of several lads, all of whom love her. She needs to find ways to deal with such unexpected attention while pursuing her interests all through the manga.

 

  • Horimiya

Kyoko Hori may appear to be a clever and famous girl in high school, but she is a homebody who also doesn’t dress up. Therefore she is usually busy caring for her little brother, Souta. Izumi Miyamura appears at school as a melancholy moustachioed nerd, but he is a teenage rebel with nine piercings and numerous tattoos. When Izumi assists Souta home, they learn about each other’s genuine identities beyond the school. They promise to hold each other’s secrets a secret. Hence, as they learn more about each other, they become closer.

 

  • Skip Beat

Shoutarou Shou Fuwa, a childhood friend of Kyouko Mogami, is in love with her, but it is a one-sided affection. She travels to Tokyo to help him in his ambition of becoming a great model, only to discover that he regards her simply as a domestic servant and therefore has no genuine affection for her. She pledges vengeance on him for breaking her heart so cruelly. She intends to break into the industry and compete with him on his turf. She loses her first attempt at working with a modelling agency, but she has a second shot to be a huge hit.

 

  • Beauty Pop

The narrative of Beauty Pop features fascinating characters! From what I’ve seen so far, the tale isn’t very complicated, but it’s still a lot of fun for the reader thanks to all the entertaining characters. As even the manga’s title suggests, the plot is about appearance, and Kiri Koshiba, a first-year high schooler, excels at her work. She intervenes every time others are mistreated due to their looks, doing “magic” by giving them makeovers that will bring out their innate beauty.

 

  • Kaichou Wa Maid-Sama!

Misaki is a fighter for females against all the rambunctious guys at her formerly all-boys institution. However, she has a hidden truth: she works at a maid cafe to feed herself, her sibling, and her ill mom. Usui, one of Misaki’s hottest boys, encounters her in a maid outfit, to her surprise. He preserves her secrets, thankfully, but soon becomes a regular at her café. Then, the two finally fall in love, but Usui’s family members put their union at risk.