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Template:Nihongo is a manga series by Template:Ill. The story has been adapted into two original video animations (OVAs).[1][2]

Because of the sexual content the series was one of the manga placed on Harmful manga lists by local and national governmental agencies. The negative publicity resulted in Kodansha discontinuing the series.[3][4][5]


The story focuses on Yusuke Yamamoto, the son of two gynaecologists. As a child, he was almost castrated by two neighbours, which is why he's afraid of women. Also as a child, he saved two twin sisters from an attacking dog. They grow up with a dream that turns Yusuke's life upside down. At the beginning of the story, they appear at the home of Yusuke. His father invites the young women in, to live with them, hoping they'll heal his son's gynophobia. The therapeutic benefits of this intended treatment aren't entirely clear from the series of, sexually tinted, events that unfold.


The manga was published by Kodansha from 1989 to 1990 then re-released by Shobunkan in 1994 to 1995.


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Main heroine of the story.

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Second heroine of the story.

Yuusuke's Father
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He is the owner of a gynaecology clinic.

Episode list

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Writing a review for Asian Trash Cinema, Jim McLennan observed about the first part of the video adaptation: “The delight of this episode is its sheer, unrelenting, cheerful tackiness. Yes the girls are utter airheads but charges of sexism must be partly countered by the fact that the original manga was created by a woman, Junko Uemura. In addition, Yusuke is just as socially inadequate in his way, which is doubly amusing given that he is a parody of the likely intended target audience.”[6]


  1. "Kamimura Sumiko". Webcat Plus. http://webcatplus.nii.ac.jp/webcatplus/details/creator/381610.html. Retrieved 22 December 2013. 
  2. "1+2=パラダイス 1 [1+2=Paradise 1]". National Diet Library. http://iss.ndl.go.jp/books/R100000004-I000207481-00. Retrieved 22 December 2013. 
  3. Kinsella, Sharon (January 1, 2000). Adult Manga: Culture and Power in Contemporary Japanese Society. Hawaii: University of Hawaii Press. p. 149ff, 211. ISBN 9780824823184. http://www.uhpress.hawaii.edu. Retrieved December 20, 2013. 
  4. Takeuchi, Osamu (April 5, 2002) [first published March 30, 1995] (in Japanese). 戦後マンガ50年史 [50 Years of Post-War Manga] (5th ed.). Tokyo: Chikuma Shobo. p. 186. ISBN 978-4480052018. http://www.chikumashobo.co.jp/product/9784480052018/. Retrieved December 20, 2013. 
  5. Murakami, Tomohiko (in Japanese). まんが解体新書: 手塚治虫のいない日々のために [Dismantling Manga(A New Text on Manga Anatomy): A Day without Tezuka Osamu]. Tokyo: Seikyūsha. p. 212. ISBN 978-4787270986. http://www.seikyusha.co.jp/wp/books/isbn978-4-7872-7098-6. Retrieved December 20, 2013. 
  6. McLennan, Jim (1994). "1+2=Paradise; Another look at trash Animation". Kingwood, Texas: Asian Trash Cinema. pp. 26–27. Archived from the original on December 23, 2013. http://asiancult.com/product_info.php?cPath=64_65&products_id=5869. Retrieved 22 December 2013. 

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