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Welcome radiant beings and creatures of darkness to The Wallflower Wiki, a growing compendium established in 2009 that seeks to cover all adaptations of The Wallflower series created by Tomoko Hayakawa. All fans of the series are encouraged to contribute and help grow the community!

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About

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The Wallflower (ヤマトナデシコ七変化 Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge) is about Sunako Nakahara who was called ugly by her crush. This incident sparks a life change, and as a result Sunako shuns all forms of beauty, both in herself as well as in life. Concerned by her change for the worst, Sunako's aunt, the owner of a beautiful mansion where four very handsome students live, offers Kyōhei, Takenaga, Ranmaru and Yuki free rent if they can turn Sunako into a "perfect lady".

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Manga Series

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Written by Tomoko Hayakawa, the individual chapters of The Wallflower have been serialized in Bessatsu Friend since its premiere in 2000, and in 36 volumes in Japan by Kodansha. The series was licensed for an English language release in North America by Del Rey Manga in 2004 and in Singapore by Chuang Yi under the name My Fair Lady. It is now being published in English under Kodansha Comics.

The manga series completed with Volume 36, which was released in English on April 26, 2016.

Anime Series

Yuki and Ranmaru
The Wallflower was made into an anime series and animated by Japanese animation studio Nippon Animation. It was licensed in English by Funimation Entertainment in North America and Madman Entertainment in Australia.

The anime series completed with Episode 25, which was broadcast on March 27, 2007.

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Sunako Nakahara (中原 スナコ, Nakahara Sunako) is the main female protagonist. After a traumatic experience from being rejected and told she was hideous by her first love, she began to lock herself away in her room and chose to live without any desire for life. Sunako is a lover of solitude, gory movies, murder, anatomical dolls and objects that reflect the "ugly" side of life as she puts it; her interests resulted in her distorted view of reality and isolation contributed to her low self-esteem.


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"Another Dazzling creature of light!"
Sunako to Noi


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Random Facts
  • Vic Mignoga , Takenga's voice actor is also the voice actor of anime characters such as; Tamaki Suou from Ouran Highschool Host Club, Edward Elric from Fullmethal Alchemist and Zero Kiryu from Vampire Knight.
  • The Wallflower manga series is created in year 2000 and is still ongoing!
  • Mine Nakahara , Sunako's aunt can speak fluent in various languages such as French, Filipino and Russian.
  • The anime series is created in 2006 and ended in 2007.
  • The Opening and Ending song for The Wallflower anime series is sung by Kiyoharu because the manga creator is an avid fan of him.
  • The anime series is dubbed in languages such as Korean,German and FIlipino. 
  • Kazuya Kamenashi, the live action actor of Kyohei Takano is in a J-POP group called KAT-TUN
  • The manga series is created by Tomoko Hayakawa. 
  • Noi's Seiyu is Mai Nakahara , which shares the same surname with Sunako. 
  • Sunako has a cousin but he's only seen in the live-action drama and never mentioned in the anime series or manga series.
  • Tamao is unnamed in the manga until Chapter 111. 
References

The Wallflower at Wikipedia

The Wallflower at Funimation

The Wallflower at MyAnimeList

The Walflower at Anime News Network

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