Love Hina (manga)

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Trivia:

Love Hina's manga was released in Japan by Kodansha as a bilingual english and japanese combination that had an english translation using more British sounding english (Ie: swot, bum, specs et al.) than American english.

References to the old Japanese folk tale of Taro Urashima can be found throughout the series such as the names of Keitaro and Mutsumi and the amount of turtles.

Also included in the Kodansha translations are two of the Love Hina novels. They feature original Ken Akamatsu art and interviews.

The device that that Suu uses to locate various things resembles the "Dragonball locator" made by Bulma from Dragonball

In one of the chapters, Naru hopes "it isn't another talking doll". The Doll (Moe) doesn't appear in the Manga at all, but does in Episode 20 of the Anime.

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