Two months after coming to Tokyo, Iku is enjoying otaku life, but something mysterious is happening to him: He 's started to see ghosts!

One particular ghost- who 's always standing on top of the pedestrian bridge at night- catches his interest, but he studiously ignores it ... Until one day the guy turns up at his apartment holding a doujin Iku had dropped. He says his name is Seo Mimori, and seeing as he 's a lost soul with nowhere to go, Iku does n't really resist when he " moves in. "

But then a shocking secret about Mimori 's death is revealed ...
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Published July 14th 2016(first published June 15th 2015
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I think I liked it even better because I read it right after " Mein geliebter Geliebter ", but even that aside it 's a good manga.

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I think the dialogues are quite wordy for a manga and they might confuse readers because they are all over the place.

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