Takeuchi Kozue manga
Due to an accident, Tsuda Rei has lost all of her memories. She can't remember her favorite foods, her parents, or even her childhood best friend, Ichi. Ichi drags Rei to the place where she lost her memories, but says he won't tell her anything. Then along comes the handsome upperclassman, Kujou Manabu, who tells Rei that is it okay if she doesn't remember anything...
- Chap 1 Vol 01 (one year ago)
From StarryHeaven: The story about a girl named Tenko who plays basketball. She has a boy (who also plays basketball) whom she has a crush on. One day she encounters a demon, with the shape of a fox. This fox-demon now possesses her body as he looks for his missing tail. As he searches for his tail in Tenko's body, the fox helps Tenko become closer to the one she loves, with magical tricks.
From Huffly Parfait Scans: This story is about the dog named Chokotan who has the ability to speak with humans in the human language. Nao, her owner, likes a guy named Arima. Arima has a dog named Hatsupi. On Hatsupi's birthday, Nao makes biscuits that are edible for both dogs and humans. Nao and Chokotan bump into Arima and Hatsupi on the sidewalk and Nao runs away before she can summon the courage to give the biscuits to Arima. Chokotan encourages Nao and she makes up her mind to go back and give the biscuits to Arima. Now then, will she be able to approach Arima while she's not even able to talk casually to him? And how about Chokotan's secret? - The Story about the talking dog and her Owner's clumsy-love-story!
- Chap 1 (2 years ago)
From Wikipedia: Hanabuki High School prohibits its pupils from wearing makeup. Among the school girls there is a rumour going around about a legendary make-up artist, Ageha, who secretly gives makeovers to girls after school. Any girl wanting Ageha to give them a makeover needs only to write their name and class on Ageha's card (showing Ageha's trademark, a swallowtail butterfly—agehachō in Japanese) and put it up on the school's notice board, and Ageha will later show up in their classroom. However, no one knows that Ageha's true identity is the quiet, bespectacled girl, Rin Fujiwara, except for the play boy, Riku Kisaragi. Amused by the idea, Kisaragi cross-dresses as Ageha's assistant to tag along with her as she works. A running gag in the story is that Ageha's clients think that Kisaragi is Ageha upon first meeting.