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The dress-up doll that fell in love; Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi o suru; Sono Kisekae Ningyou wa Koi o suru; Sono Kisekae Ningyou wa Koi wo suru; その着せ替え人形は恋をする; 更衣人偶墜入愛河; More than a Doll; My Dress-Up Darling; Sexy Cosplay Doll (fr); Sono Kisekae Ningyou wa Koi wo Suru; That bisque doll who fell in love; Эта фарфоровая кукла влюбилась; その着せ替え人形(ビスク・ドール)は恋をする; 그 장난감 인형은 사랑을 한다; That Dress-Up Doll is In Love; That Bisque Doll Who Fell In Love; The Bisque doll is falling in love; The Bisque Doll is Falling in Love; My Dress-up Darling

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Wakana Gojou is a fifteen year old high-school boy who was socially traumatized in the past due to his passions. That incident left a mark on him that made him into a social recluse. Until one day he had an encounter with Kitagawa who is a sociable gyaru, who is the complete opposite of him. They soon share their passions with one another which leads to their odd relationship.
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Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo suru Ongoing 5.0

Author: FUKUDA Shinichi

Romance School Life Seinen Slice of Life

Wakana Gojou is a fifteen year old high-school boy who was socially traumatized in the past due to his passions. That incident left a mark on him that made him into a social recluse. Until one day he …more

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More than a Doll (German) /
My Dress-Up Darling /
Oyuncak Bebek Sevgilim /
Projekt: cosplay, Sexy Cosplay Doll (French) /
Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi o suru /
Sono Kisekae Ningyou wa Koi o suru /
Sono Kisekae Ningyou wa Koi wo suru /
That Bisque Doll Who Fell In Love /
Любовь с иголочки /
Эта фарфоровая кукла влюбилась /
جیگر خوش پوش م, , عروسک آراسته من /
ड्रेस-अप पुतली /
หนุ่มเย็บผ้ากับสาวนักคอสเพลย์ /
その着せ替え人形(ビスク・ドール)は恋をする /
その着せ替え人形は恋をする /
戀上換裝娃娃 /
更衣人偶坠入爱河 /
更衣人偶墜入愛河 /
그 비스크 돌은 사랑을 한다

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Wakana Gojou is a fifteen year old highschool boy who was socially traumatized in the past due to his passions. That incident left a mark on him that made him into a social recluse. Until one day he had an encounter with Kitagawa who is a sociable gyaru, who is the complete opposite of him. They soon share their passions with one another which leads to their odd relationship.

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My Dress-Up Darling

First tankōbon volume cover, featuring Marin Kitagawa

その着せ替え人形ビスク・ドールは恋をする
(Sono Bisuku Dōru wa Koi o Suru)
Genre
  • Romantic comedy[1][2]
  • Slice of life[2]
Manga
Written by Shinichi Fukuda
Published by Square Enix
English publisher
  • NA: Square Enix

Imprint Gangan Comics
Magazine Young Gangan
Demographic Seinen
Original run January 19, 2018 – present
Volumes 12
Anime television series
Directed by Keisuke Shinohara
Written by Yoriko Tomita
Music by Takeshi Nakatsuka
Studio CloverWorks
Licensed by Crunchyroll

  • SEA: Muse Communication

Original network Tokyo MX, GYT, GTV, BS11, ytv, Mētele, AT-X
English network
  • US: Crunchyroll Channel

Original run January 9, 2022 March 27, 2022
Episodes 12
icon Anime and manga portal

My Dress-Up Darling (Japanese: その着せ替え人形ビスク・ドールは恋をする, Hepburn: Sono Bisuku Dōru wa Koi o Suru, transl. «That Bisque Doll Falls in Love»)[a] is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Shinichi Fukuda. It began serialization in Square Enix’s Young Gangan in January 2018, and has been compiled into twelve volumes as of September 2023. An anime television series adaptation produced by CloverWorks aired from January to March 2022. A sequel has been announced.

By October 2023, the manga had 10 million copies in circulation. The series has been met with critical acclaim.

Premise[edit]

Wakana Gojo’s passion for crafting hina dolls causes him to hide his interests due to social trauma. However, when his beautiful and popular classmate Marin Kitagawa discovers his talent, she sees beyond his apparent idiosyncrasies and encourages him to create cosplay costumes. With Marin’s support, Wakana steps out of his seclusion and begins to gain confidence. Working together, they create unique and beautiful costumes showcasing their talents and true selves.

Characters[edit]

Wakana Gojo (五条 新菜, Gojō Wakana)
Voiced by: Shōya Ishige,[3] Tomoyo Takayanagi[4] (young) (Japanese); Paul Dateh,[5] Jack Britton[5] (young) (English)
A first-year high school student. Being an orphan, he was raised by his grandfather, a craftsman of hina dolls, who also inspired him to become a kashira-shi (頭師), a craftsman who makes the heads of hina dolls. Wakana has a large physique and is over 180 cm tall, but he has low self-esteem and is reclusive due to a bitter memory of being criticized by his female childhood friend, who thought that boys should not be playing with dolls, ending their friendship. As a result, he hid his doll-making hobby and had no friends until he met Marin. Thanks to Marin’s encouragement and support, Wakana steps out of his comfort zone and embraces his love for crafting. He grows more confident with each project, and through their collaboration, Wakana finds a sense of belonging in the cosplay community that he had never experienced before. Wakana grows closer to Marin, although he seems to be completely unaware to her falling in love with him, and only sees her as a partner.
Marin Kitagawa (喜多川 海夢, Kitagawa Marin)
Voiced by: Hina Suguta[3] (Japanese); AmaLee[5] (English)
A first-year student in Wakana’s high school class. An archetype of a gyaru, notable for her warmth, friendliness, positivity, and outgoing nature. Marin is shown to dislike overly critical people who judge others based on their interests. She is a huge fan of anime, and her entire bedroom is decorated with anime posters and merchandise. After a series of successful cosplays, Marin grows closer to Wakana and eventually realizes she is head-over-heels in love with him. She continually does whatever she can to invite him to different places and spend time with him, as a way to win his heart and make him her boyfriend, although Wakana seems to be completely oblivious to her feelings for him. She lives alone as her mother died when she was a child, and her father is often away due to work.
Sajuna Inui (乾 紗寿叶, Inui Sajuna)
Voiced by: Atsumi Tanezaki[6] (Japanese); Risa Mei[7] (English)
A cosplayer who presents herself under the nickname of «Juju» (ジュジュ). She is a second-year student at an all-girls private high school. However, despite being a year older than Wakana and Marin, Sajuna’s youthful appearance and petite figure means she is often mistaken for a middle school student. She is outspoken, blunt, and headstrong, going to great lengths to achieve her goals. Sajuna cherishes her younger sister Shinju and does all she can to make her happy. Like Marin, she is a fan of cosplay.
Shinju Inui (乾 心寿, Inui Shinju)
Voiced by: Hina Yōmiya[6] (Japanese); Jad Saxton[8] (English)
Sajuna’s younger sister. Shinju is a middle school student. She is 178 cm tall and is sometimes mistaken for an adult. However, despite her imposing physique, she is incredibly timid. Shinju is close to her sister and holds her in very high regard. When Sajuna cosplays, Shinju assumes the role of photographer, using a DSLR camera borrowed from their father. She is also skilled at using a computer, processing and uploading the images she takes. While Shinju secretly wishes to cosplay herself, she fears falling short of her sister’s high standards. Nevertheless, she starts to cosplay after encouragement from the others.
Narrator (ナレーション, Narēshon)
Voiced by: Misako Tomioka (Japanese); Brianna Roberts[5] (English)

Production[edit]

Shinichi Fukuda set Wakana as an orphan without friends in order to create a situation where he has to solve problems with Marin, instead of his parents or other friends.[9]

Media[edit]

Manga[edit]

Written and illustrated by Shinichi Fukuda, the series began serialization in Young Gangan on January 19, 2018.[10] The individual chapters are collected and published by Square Enix, with 12 tankōbon volumes being released as of September 2023.[11] An official fan book was released on September 24, 2022.[12]

During the Anime Expo in July 2019, Square Enix announced the English version of the series under the title My Dress-Up Darling and published it under its new publication imprint Square Enix Manga & Books.[13]

Volumes[edit]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 November 24, 2018[14] 978-4-7575-5920-2 April 14, 2020[15] 978-1-6460-9032-7
  • Chapters 1–7
  • Bonus (おまけ, Omake)
2 November 24, 2018[16] 978-4-7575-5921-9 August 25, 2020 (digital)
September 1, 2020 (physical)[17]
978-1-6460-9033-4
  • Chapters 8–15
  • Bonus (おまけ, Omake)
3 May 25, 2019[18] 978-4-7575-6138-0 December 29, 2020[19] 978-1-6460-9034-1
  • Chapters 16–23
  • Bonus (おまけ, Omake)
4 October 25, 2019[20] 978-4-7575-6355-1 June 8, 2021[21] 978-1-64-609051-8
  • Chapters 24–31
  • Bonus (おまけ, Omake)
5 May 25, 2020[22][23] 978-4-7575-6657-6
978-4-7575-6658-3 (SE)
May 10, 2022[24] 978-1-64-609113-3
  • Chapters 32–39
  • Bonus (おまけ, Omake)
6 November 25, 2020[25] 978-4-7575-6959-1 August 16, 2022[26] 978-1-64-609128-7
  • Chapters 40–47
  • Bonus (おまけ, Omake)
7 April 24, 2021[27][28] 978-4-7575-7212-6
978-4-7575-7213-3 (SE)
January 31, 2023[29] 978-1-64-609164-5
  • Chapters 48–55
  • Bonus (おまけ, Omake)
8 October 25, 2021[30][31] 978-4-7575-7344-4
978-4-7575-7345-1 (SE)
April 11, 2023[32] 978-1-64-609165-2
  • Chapters 56–63
  • Bonus (おまけ, Omake)
9 March 25, 2022[33] 978-4-7575-7837-1 July 18, 2023[34] 978-1-64-609195-9
  • Chapters 64–71
  • Bonus (おまけ, Omake)
10 September 24, 2022[35][36] 978-4-7575-8101-2
978-4-7575-8102-9 (SE)
October 31, 2023[37] 978-1-64-609228-4
  • Chapters 72–79
  • Bonus (おまけ, Omake)
11 March 25, 2023[38][39] 978-4-7575-8425-9
978-4-7575-8426-6 (SE)
April 16, 2024[40] 978-1-64-609247-5
  • Chapters 80–87
  • Bonus (おまけ, Omake)
12 September 25, 2023[41][42] 978-4-7575-8748-9
978-4-7575-8749-6 (SE)
August 6, 2024[43] 978-1-64-609303-8
  • Chapters 88–95
  • Bonus (おまけ, Omake)

Anime[edit]

An anime television series adaptation was announced in the ninth issue of Young Gangan, which was published on April 16, 2021.[44] It was produced by CloverWorks and directed by Keisuke Shinohara, with Yoriko Tomita handling the series’ scripts, and Kazumasa Ishida designing the characters and serving as chief animation director. Takeshi Nakatsuka composed the series’ music.[45] It aired from January 9 to March 27, 2022, on Tokyo MX and other networks.[3][b] The opening theme song is «Sansan Days» (燦々デイズ, lit. «Sun-Drenched Days») by Spira Spica, while the ending theme song is «Koi no Yukue» (恋ノ行方, lit. «Where Love Is») by Akari Akase.[47]

Funimation licensed the series outside of Asia.[48] On January 28, 2022, Funimation announced that the series would receive an English dub, which premiered the following day.[5] Following Sony’s acquisition of Crunchyroll, the dub was moved over to Crunchyroll. Muse Communication licensed the series in Southeast Asia.[49]

A sequel was announced on September 17, 2022, via the anime’s official Twitter account.[50]

Episodes[edit]

Reception[edit]

Manga[edit]

Sales[edit]

In February 2022, it was reported that the manga had an additional 1.5 million copies in circulation following the premiere of the anime adaptation.[55] In June 2022, it was announced the manga had over 7 million copies in circulation.[56] In September 2023, it was announced the manga had 9.5 million copies in circulation.[57] In October 2023, the manga had surpassed 10 million copies in circulation.[58]

Accolades[edit]

In August 2019, the series was ranked sixth in the print manga category according to the votes for the fourth edition of the Next Manga Award, organized by Da Vinci magazine from Media Factory and the Niconico website.[59]

The manga was ranked sixteenth for readers in the 2020 edition of the Kono Manga ga Sugoi! guide from Takarajimasha.[60]

The manga was ranked third in Honya Club’s Nationwide Bookstore Employees’ Recommended Comics of 2020, a survey that collected results from 1,100 professional bookstore employees in Japan.[61][62]

The series, alongside Artiste, won the Men’s Comic Prize at NTT Solmare’s «Minna ga Erabu!! Denshi Comic Taishō 2020» in 2020.[63]

Anime[edit]

Critical reception[edit]

My Dress-Up Darling received widespread critical acclaim for its animation, voice acting, characters, humor and translation. Reviewing the anime’s first season, IGN’s Kambole Campbell described the show as a «supremely enjoyable portrayal of the joy of sharing a craft.» The review praised the performances as «genuine as they are entertaining.»[64] Slashfilm‘s Rafael Motamayor writes that the show is «not technical enough to turn the audience or the characters off, but enough that you can appreciate the very hard work that goes into cosplaying.» He also praised the show’s English translation as «go[ing] the extra mile to portray [Marin’s] personality through the subtitles, capturing her gyaru idioms and even random gibberish that she says out loud.»[65] Collider’s David Lynn praised Gojo and Marin, the show’s two main characters, as «simultaneously broadly universal and yet surprisingly complex» with «distinct strengths and flaws».[66] The show did receive criticism by some for its fan service and oversexualization of characters. IGN’s Campbell writes that «There are a handful of leery moments that’ll take some viewers out of it.»[64] Writing for Bleeding Cool, Alejandra Bodden generally praised the show’s exploration of sexuality but criticized some scenes as uncomfortable.[67]

Accolades[edit]

Explanatory notes[edit]

  1. ^ The kanji 着せ替え人形 in the Japanese title, glossed with furigana as Bisuku Dōru (ビスク・ドール), are normally read as Kisekae Ningyō («dress-up doll»).
  2. ^ a b Tokyo MX listed the series premiere at 24:00 JST on January 8, 2022, which is effectively January 9 at midnight.[46]
  3. ^ All English titles are taken from Funimation.[52]
  4. ^ This episode aired at 12:05 a.m. JST, five minutes after the original air time.[54]

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External links[edit]

  • Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi o Suru on the official Young Gangan website (in Japanese)
  • My Dress-Up Darling on the official Square Enix website
  • My Dress-Up Darling anime official website (in Japanese)
  • My Dress-Up Darling at Anime News Network’s encyclopedia

Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo suru /
More than a Doll /
Sexy Cosplay Doll /
Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi o suru /
Sono Kisekae Ningyou wa Koi o suru /
Sono Kisekae Ningyou wa Koi wo suru /
That bisque doll who fell in love /
The dress-up doll that fell in love /
My Dress-Up Darling /
หนุ่มเย็บผ้ากับสาวนักคอสเพลย์ /
その着せ替え人形(ビスク・ドール)は恋をする /
その着せ替え人形は恋をする /
更衣人偶坠入爱河 /
更衣人偶墜入愛河

Rank:
6022nd, it has 789 monthly / 59K total views.

Genres:

Manga
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Seinen(M)
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Ecchi
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Comedy
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Crossdressing
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Gyaru
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Romance
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School Life
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Slice of Life

Original language:
Japanese

Translated language:
English

Read direction:
Right to Left

Original work:
Ongoing

Summary:

A loner boy and a flashy girl find common ground via cosplay in this sweet and spicy romcom!

A high school boy with a passion for traditional dolls and a talent for sewing gets roped into making cosplay outfits for one of the prettiest, most popular girls in his class! As the odd couple grows ever closer, they find themselves in ever racier situations!

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