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A Town Where You Live (君のいる町, Kimi no Iru Machi) is a manga written and illustrated by Kouji Seo.

It is serialized in the Japanese magazine Weekly Shōnen Magazine published by Kodansha from May 2008 to February 2014 and the chapters collected into 27 tankōbon volumes.

A 2 episode OVA, A Town Where You Live: Crossing at Twilight (君のいる町 黄昏交差点, Kimi no Iru Machi: Tasogare Kōsaten), was produced by Tatsunoko Production that was released on March 16, 2012 to June 15, 2012. A sequel series by Gonzo premiered on July 13, 2013 and ran for 12 episodes to September 28, 2013.


The plot primarily follows the two characters Haruto Kirishima and Yuzuki Eba. Yuzuki moved from Tokyo to her father's rural hometown in the Hiroshima Prefecture. Given that Haruto's father is an acquaintance of Yuzuki's father, the Kirishima's take her into their home. Haruto is not keen of the situation because he believes that Yuzuki is a complete stranger and that a girl his same age, who is not a relative, living in the same home will cause complications for him. The misunderstanding he wants to avoid the most is that they are a couple because he already likes his classmate, Nanami Kanzaki. The problem is that Yuzuki has romantic feelings for Haruto and is not timid in pursuing a relationship.

A Town Where You Live's plot principally makes use of dramatic structure to facilitate character development. The story takes a realistic tone of the lives of high school freshmen. The story's setting is based on Kouji Seo's hometown and takes place approximately 2 years after Suzuka, Seo's previous manga.

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