Three in Love

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Three in Love
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Cover of the first volume of Three in Love as published by Akita Shoten
3人で愛しあいましょ?
(Sannin de Koishi Aimashou?)
Genre Romantic comedy
Manga
Written by Shioko Mizuki
Published by Akita Shoten
English publisher
Magazine Princess
Demographic Shōjo
Original run20006 June 2002
Volumes5
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Three in Love (Japanese: 3人で愛しあいましょ?, Hepburn: Sannin de Koishi Aimashou?, lit. Love Among Three People?) is a shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Shioko Mizuki. It was originally serialized in Akita Shoten's Princess magazine between the March 2000 issue, [1] and 6 June 2002. [2] In December 2007, Go! Comi announced their license of Three in Love at the annual New York Anime Festival. [3]

Contents

Release dates

Japanese volumes
  1. 21 September 2001 [4]
  2. 15 March 2001 [5]
  3. 4 October 2001 [6]
  4. 20 March 2002 [7]
  5. 22 August 2002 [8]
English volumes
  1. 1 July 2008
  2. 30 November 2008
  3. 31 March 2009

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