13 best historical romance manga that you must read

13 Best Historical Romance Manga You Must Read

Historical romance is a broad genre of fiction where the plot happens in a setting situated in the past. Daily life slice of life romance manga are amusing to read however Historical Romance manga Gives you one more inclination to its readers.Historical Romance manga has Ambudance as characterestic.

Since the historical romance world is so rambling, pardon us in the event that I left your faves off the list.There are numerous Historical Romance manga to Choose from,So I’m giving you 13 of the best Historical Romance manga for you to read.Lets start the rundown of Historical Romance manga To read.

13.  Rappi Rangai

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The plot revolves around a young man named Raizou Katana. He lived in a village where the villagers despised him because he wore a horn on his head. When he saves Kagari’s (a kunoichi’s) life, he discovers that he is the illegitimate heir to the fallen Katana clan and must restore his household to its former glory. They set out to resurrect the clan with fellow Kunoichi Kisarabi and Himemaru by marrying Raizou to a princess from another household and borrowing their power. Raizo eventually wins over several princesses throughout the series, but ends up fleeing due to various misunderstandings.

Meanwhile, a group led by the mysterious Kabuki Seigan attempts to gain control of the other households, only to fail due to Raizou and his followers’ intervention.

12. NG Life



Keidai Saeki is a high school student who recalls his previous life as Sirix Lucretius Fronto, a gladiator in Pompeii who lost his wife Serena in the Mount Vesuvius eruption in 79 AD. In the present, he is reunited with Sirix’s male best friend, Loleus, who has reincarnated as a girl named Mii Serizawa, and Serena, who has reincarnated as a male middle school student named Yuuma Ujoh.

Keidai must deal with his feelings for Mii as well as his past love for Serena. As the series progresses, Keidai meets other people who have memories of Pompeii and learns that Sirix’s guilt over failing to save his friends is the reason he has these memories. When Keidai falls into a coma, he is able to relive the final moments of Pompeii, when his actions end Sirix’s suffering, allowing him to move on with his life and confess his love to Mii.

11. Goong



Chae-kyung Shin is an ordinary strong-willed girl who attends the same high school as Shin Lee, the crown prince of Korea, in an alternate world where the Korean monarchy still exists. Chae-kyung learns unexpectedly that she will marry Shin and become Crown Princess of Korea after accidentally witnessing Shin propose to his girlfriend Hyo-rin and being rejected.

Chae-kyung has been betrothed to the seemingly cold-hearted prince of Korea as a result of a promise made between the former king of Korea and her grandfather. Meanwhile, Shin’s cousin Yul unexpectedly returns from England with his mother, the wife of the king’s deceased older brother – both with their own plans to seize what they believe is rightfully Yul’s: the position of crown prince and Chae-kyung, the girl who was to be the crown prince’s wife.

Both unwilling parties agree to the marriage, each with their own unique reasons for agreeing to marry. Chae-kyung is forced into the difficult and constraining role of crown princess, living in the palace without permission to return home and learn its endless traditions and rituals. Shin’s assurance that he will divorce her if she cannot adjust to palace life appears to be her only solace. Despite everything that threatens to separate them, they fall deeply in love with one another.

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10. Taisho Otome Otogibanashi

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Tamahiko is the son of a wealthy family in this storey set in the early 1920s, but his life is forever changed when an accident paralyses his right arm. His father no longer considers him an heir, so he is shuffled off into the country to live out of sight. Tamahiko, the adolescent, shuts himself away in his new home, bitterly thinking of it as the place where he will die. When a young teen girl named Yuzuki arrives at his door one day, he learns that his father has ‘bought’ him a bride to take care of him. She enters his life like an innocent ray of sunshine, and Tamahiko’s perspective on the world and his life begin to shift gradually.

9. Hadashi de Bara wo Fume



Sumi Kitamura is penniless in the year Meiji 25 (1892), and her brother Eisuke, a womaniser and gambler, constantly leaves them in debt while bringing even more orphaned children home to feed. When Sumi’s adopted sister, Tomi, falls ill, she discovers that no doctors will help her because they are poor, and no one will give her money for medicine to save Tomi. Then, as Sumi is crying on the road, a handsome man hands her a handkerchief and some money, telling her to stop crying as smiles beckon happiness into her life before vanishes. Later, a debt collector arrives at Sumi’s house and demands 2000 yen.

Eisuke has vanished, and it is revealed that he has been making advances on the debt collector’s wife. The man says he will kidnap Sumi’s younger siblings and sell them into slavery. Sumi goes to the red light district in an attempt to raise the money in one night in order to save her siblings. Just when she thinks there’s no hope left, a man named Soichiro Ashida appears and offers to buy her.

Sumi follows him only to discover that he has paid her to marry him! They immediately go to church, and afterwards he says he’ll pay for anything she wants, but she has to marry him and not fall in love with him, and that he will never love her. Sumi agrees, and they marry.

8. Ookami to Koushinryou



Kraft Lawrence, a 25-year-old travelling merchant who peddles various goods from town to town to make a living in a stylized, fictional world with a historical setting with European influences, is at the centre of Spice and Wolf’s storey. His main goal in life is to save enough money to open his own shop, and he has already been travelling for seven years while gaining trade experience. When he stops in the town of Pasloe one night, he discovers in his waggon a wolf-deity named Holo who is over 600 years old. She assumes the appearance of a 15-year-old girl, save for a wolf’s tail and ears.

She introduces herself as the town’s harvest goddess, who has blessed the town with plentiful wheat harvests for many years. Holo has grown increasingly isolated and disillusioned as the townpeople abandon her protection in favour of their own methods of increasing the harvest. She is especially hurt by their failure to remember the promise she made to a farmer when she first arrived in the village, as well as their dismissal of her as a “fickle god” for needing to replenish the soil with smaller harvests.

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Because of these changes, she wishes to return to Yoitsu, her northern homeland; she believes the people have abandoned her and that she has kept her promise to maintain the good harvests. Holo also wants to travel to see how the world has changed in the years she has been stuck in one place. She bargains her way out of the village by making a deal with Lawrence to accompany him. As they travel, her wisdom helps him increase his profits, but her true nature attracts unwanted attention from the Church.

7. Sora wa Akai Kawa no Hotori



Yuri Suzuki, fifteen, is yanked out of her modern world by a pair of hands emerging from the water for no apparent reason. She is transported back to Hattusa, the capital of the Hittite Empire during the Bronze Age, where its queen, Nakia, wishes to use her. Yuri is planning a human sacrifice. The only way for Yuri to survive is to become the Prince of the Empire’s concubine, and Ishtar to the Empire’s people. With danger at every turn and her heart torn, will Yuri choose to stay in Hattusa or attempt to return home?

6. Fushigi Yugi

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The series follows the trials of two middle-school students, Miaka Yuki and Yui Hongo. Miaka and Yui come across a strange book called The Universe of the Four Gods while browsing the library one day. Reading this book transports them to the world of the novel, which is set in ancient China. Yui is returned to the real world almost immediately, but Miaka becomes the Priestess of Suzaku. Miaka is destined to gather the god Suzaku’s seven Celestial Warriors in order to summon Suzaku and grant three wishes.

She falls in love with the Celestial Warrior Tamahome, who eventually reciprocates, and Miaka’s desire to use a wish to enter her preferred high school shifts to finding a way to be with Tamahome. Yui is drawn into the book as well when she tries to help Miaka return to the real world, becoming the Priestess of Seiryuu and working against Miaka out of jealousy over Tamahome and revenge for the humiliation and pain she experienced when she first entered the book’s world.

5. Hana to Akuma



Vivi, a demon, decided to leave the demon realm and come to the human world fifteen years ago. He found an abandoned baby one year after arriving in the human world and decided to keep it on a whim. He’s been living with Hana since then… Having a fourteen-year-old girl around him, on the other hand, was not so simple.

4. Otoyomegatari

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Amira Hergal is a twenty-year-old woman who has travelled across the mountains near the Caspian Sea to marry Karluk Ayhan, an eight-year-old boy. Despite the fact that she is far from her home village, Amira is a hardworking young lady who is eager to please and is happily adjusting to life in her new home. She now lives a peaceful life with her new family, going to meet Karluk’s nomadic uncle, baking bread, and astounding the villagers with her archery skills. However, when her old family decides to reclaim Amira and have her marry another man who will be more beneficial to the village, it appears that her happy life with Karluk may be coming to an end…

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3. Emma



In the late nineteenth century, England was effectively divided into two “countries”: that of the aristocratic and wealthy, and that of everyone else. William Jones, the young son of a wealthy merchant, pays a visit to his former governess, Mrs Stowmar, one day. When he arrives, he immediately connects with Emma, the hardworking and beautiful young maid who works there.

Their attraction deepens after several chance encounters, but their social status is something that cannot be overlooked. With William’s father refusing to approve of their relationship and intent on arranging a marriage for him with Eleanor, the daughter of a Viscount, there are an increasing number of roadblocks in their path. Can Emma and William’s love survive in a society where the relationship between a humble maid and a gentleman is forbidden and one is expected to marry within their social rank?

2. Akagami no Shirayuki-hime



Shirayuki is a regular herbalist in the kingdom of Tanbarun with one distinguishing feature: her stunning red hair, which draws a lot of attention. Shirayuki was raised to be cautious of showing her hair in new environments, tying it up with a red ribbon, and she grew into an independent, young woman as a result of her unusual hair colour. Her hair, on the other hand, catches the attention of Prince Raj, who orders her to become his concubine. Refusing his orders, she cuts her hair and abandons it, knowing that he only wanted her for her distinctive hair colour, and flees to the neighbouring kingdom of Clarines.

She meets and befriends Prince Zen Wistaria and his two aides, Mitsuhide and Kiki, on her way there. When Zen is poisoned by an apple intended for Shirayuki that Raj has given her, she successfully obtains the antidote and decides to accompany the trio to Clarines. Shirayuki then passes an exam for a position as a royal court herbalist trainee in the palace. Shirayuki settles in Clarines and performs her duties as a court herbalist, befriending Ryu, the youngest herbalist.

Prince Raj recognises his feelings for Shirayuki and begins to work hard to become the ideal prince for her. Throughout the storey, Zen and Shirayuki begin to fall in love with each other and eventually begin a romantic relationship, despite opposition due to their social status differences. Shirayuki later promises Zen that he will be waiting for him among the flowers.

1. Akatsuki no Yona



With her peace-loving father, King Il, Princess Yona led a happy life. Yona’s only difficulties in life were her unruly red hair and convincing her father to let her marry her cousin, Soo-wan, surrounded by attentive servants and protected by her smart-mouthed bodyguard, Hak. Then, one day, a betrayal in the palace causes Yona to lose everything, causing her to become an exile with no one to defend her but Hak. Yona is determined to become a strong woman in her own right and to defeat those who have wronged her, and an ancient legend involving the Crimson Dragon King and his four Dragon Warriors may hold the key to reclaiming her kingdom.

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