Ame no Gogo wa Romance no Heroine (manga)

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Alternative title:
Rainy Afternoons Are For Romantic Heroines 
雨の午後はロマンスのヒロイン (Japanese) 
Genres: romance 
Plot Summary: Minori is deeply in love with Takatoo Shinya. So much so that, on rainy days, she forgets her umbrella on purpose just so she can share one with him. However, one of her classmates tells her that he doesn’t believe in love because he was rejected in his freshman year. She goes to his school to ask him if it’s true, and he doesn’t answer her question, but he offers to take her to the station (since she doesn’t know the way). Minori is still in love with him despite this and decides she’ll make him believe in love again. 
User Ratings: 16 ratings have been given [details]
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Seen in part or in whole by 43 users, rank: #1508 (of 4407)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.250 (Good+), std. dev.: 0.9014, rank: #2214 (of 4425)
Weighted mean: 7.260 (Good+), rank: #2087 (of 4425) (seen all: 7.26)
Bayesian estimate: 7.368 (Good+), rank: #1470 (of 2764)
Comment:
This was one of four short stories published in the tankoubon called "Kanshaku Dama no Yuuutsu". The title refers to a two part story in the book. 
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Story & Art: Arina Tanemura 
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