Musume no Iede ch. 13

Apparently Musume no Iede is ending in Japan this month and will have six volumes total. I'm sad to hear it's ending, but as we're only just starting volume three here, we'll still be going for a while longer!

Title: Musume no Iede
Original Title: 娘の家出 (Musume no Iede)
Author: Shimura Takako
Publisher: Jump X
Genre: Seinen
Status in Japan: 6 volumes, complete
Scanlator: Megchan's Scanlations + muge
Scanlation Status: Ongoing
More Info: Baka Updates

Summary: When Mayuko's mom announces she's getting remarried, Mayuko runs away to live with her dad and his boyfriend. This heartwarming slice-of-life series follows Mayuko and her family and friends as their stories interweave.

Chapter Summary: Last chapter saw Haruna get her hair cut like the model Araki Rena, and this chapter we follow Rena herself.

Chapter 13: A Slave to Love

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#1 AnonL on 02.15.17 at 3:49 pm

Sorry to ask but it's been a while…
Any progress on gunjo?
I'm really looking forward to reading

#2 megchan on 02.15.17 at 3:51 pm

I'm sorry it's been so long! I have a few chapters translated, but it's been stalled on the cleaning/typesetting, because my collaborator has been super busy the last few months. She said she hoped to get a chapter out this month, but I can't guarantee anything. If there's no change in her situation soon, I may have to start looking for someone else.

I am still actively working on the scanning and translation, though.

#3 AnonL on 02.18.17 at 4:08 pm

thanks for the answer *+*

#4 gar on 02.18.17 at 11:03 pm

I haven't started reading this series yet, but plan to because I love Shimura Takako.

I feel I read that this series was a sort of anthology? Is that true? Or is there a story that continues throughout the volumes?

#5 megchan on 02.18.17 at 11:08 pm

It's sort of a cross between the two? Most chapters are stand-alones and focus on a single character, then the next chapter will focus on a different character who appeared in the previous chapter or is otherwise somehow linked to events in the previous chapter. Some characters only get one chapter focusing on them, and others (such as Mayuko and her friends) have multiple chapters.

There's no overarching story, and the title is a bit of a misnomer. I've seen complaining that no one is "running away" in this or that chapter, or try to make it fit metaphorically, and there's really no need. The series title is simply taken from the first chapter when it was a one-shot.

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