Hiyokoi's Moe Yukimaru Ends Suisai Manga



Ending In March

The February issue of Shueisha's shōjo magazine Ribon is revealing on Wednesday that manga artist Moe Yukimaru (Hiyokoi, Sweet 16) will end her Suisai manga series in the magazine's March issue, which will ship in February.

The magazine's website describes the series:

Urara Sano, a track-and-field star up through middle school, decides that she wants to try something new after entering high school. She meets Minato, a saxophonist, and enters the wind instrument club as a flutist. She grows captivated by the flute and faces difficult practice sessions everyday.

Yukimaru began the series in August 2015. Shueisha published the manga's third compiled volume on November 25.

Yukimaru launched her Hiyokoi manga series in Ribon magazine in December 2009, and ended it in November 2014. Shueisha published the 14th and last compiled book volume of the manga in January 2015. The manga inspired an anime adaptation for the The "Natsu Doki– Ribon–kko Party 5" event in 2010.​