Kiss in the Blue (manga)
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1998-01-26 (Japanese Volume 1)
1998-04-23 (Japanese Volume 2)
1998-07-25 (Japanese Volume 3)
1998-09-26 (Japanese Volume 4)
2005-09-15 (Japanese Volume 1-2 Bunko)
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