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What's it About?
Ouran Academy is an elite upper school catering to the ultra-rich. Haruhi Fujioka is a middle-class scholarship student, a rarity at the school. While searching for a quiet place to study, she stumbles upon an unused music room which turns out to be the club room for the school's Host Club — a group of idle rich boys, possessing exceptional good-looks, who entertain female clients. After accidentally knocking over a priceless Rennaissance vase that's worth far more than Haruhi can possibly repay (¥8 million), she is forced to join the Host Club as an "errand boy" to work off her debt. Soon after, however, Haruhi proves to be a "natural" host (no training needed) and is promoted to full status as a Host of the Ouran Host Club. It then becomes clear that something isn't quite as it seems...
Who's Your Favorite Host?
About the CreatorBisco Hatori (葉鳥ビスコ Hatori Bisuko) is a Japanese manga artist. She is best known for her breakout hit series, Ouran High School Host Club, which appeared in serial form in Hakusensha's LaLa magazine between September 2002 and November 2010. The initial chapters of the manga were re-envisioned in 2006 as a 26-episode anime series and further adapted in 2007 and 2009 into dating sim games. In 2011, the series re-emerged as a dorama with an accompanying gekijo-ban. The anime, manga and dorama formats have all been translated into multiple world languages.
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| Isao "Misuzu" Sonoda is Ryoji's friend and a former employee at the okama bar at which Ryoji works. He has a daughter named Mei and a pension in the resort town of Karuizawa, where Haruhi is sent to work for the summer. During the anime series, Ryoji entrusts Haruhi to Misuzu's care during the summer because he must work and doesn't wish to leave Haruhi unsupervised. In the manga, Misuzu is shown to be an excellent tailor with a love for making frilly clothing. He also used to be married and has a daughter named Mei Yasumura, who disapproves of his transvestite lifestyle. It is later shown, however, that the real reason for her resentment stems from Misuzu's abandonment of her mother and herself in order to pursue his dream of owning and operating a pension. |