Sachiiro no One Room Japanese
Alt name(s):
  • Color of Happiness
  • One Room of Happiness
  • Sachi-iro no One Room
  • 幸色のワンルーム
  • 幸色的一居室
  • 행복한 색의 원룸
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Rating:
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  • 8.98
  • 312
Pub. status:
Ongoing
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Description:
One day, a fourteen year-old girl was kidnapped... or so the police have been lead to believe. Actually, she tried to run away from her abusive parents and was helped by her stalker who then shelters her in his apartment. Although he considers his actions as kidnapping, the girl is happy about the situation and proposes to him, with the condition that if they are caught, they will commit suicide.

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    Tfw you realize this could be based on a real story, definitely possible. Shows how shitty society is sometimes in Japan.
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    Don't know if manga will get a happy ending or not, but I'm personally hoping for an ending that's similar to Imperfect Girl.

    But, I can tell you how it won't end, since Hakuri mentioned the TV drama took a life of its own:

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    My take on how this could lead to a happy ending

    The private detectives take her. Release her from her parents, raise her until she can properly blend in society and after she grew up and able to live for herself, she can go back to stalker nii-san. BUT knowing this has the tragedy tag. Someone gotta die, and I think stalker nii-san will die for sure
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    to me a happy end for this story would be her not having stay/live with 'stalker guy' anymore nor her having to live with her abusive parents, and being to able stay somewhere truly safe and be able to make a living for herself when she gets older(which includes finishing required schooling/education)
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    And then they all lived together. Happily ever after.
    (Haha... I hope that's true.)
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    Bloody Crunchyroll only has up to chapter 25. But then those worthless bastards don't seem to care a bit about manga any more. They license stuff, then go, "Yeah, we'll upload something when we feel like it. But don't you dare scanlate it!"
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    This lacks of news are discouraging, is a good story, it remind me of Happy Sugar Life, not much about characters per se but about the drama and sadness. Hope it get updated.

    Last edited 2 mo ago by Nick86.

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    @Kitsunebi Any updates on the recent chapters? It's been forever. I checked the raws and they haven't even updated since the latest chapter is 21 while you got 23 already.
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    https://i.imgur.com/xZRO33K.png
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    revive this shit please i need more im addicted im so hopeless hakuri sensei please

    Last edited 3 mo ago by Kiruzu.

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    Its good to have an understanding detective trailing them...
    It kinda give me a hope on happy ending. ?
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    man this manga is good i love it but i really hope this have a happy ending but for some reason it dosent feel like it gonna have 1 :(
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    https://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2018/10/03-1/crunchyroll-manga-launches-one-room-of-happiness-plus-3-more-square-enix-simulpub-titles
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    Damn this manga just keeps getting better... wonder if they will get a happy ending
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    @Kitsunebi - Oh, thanks for the update guys.
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    Just read this manga...still digesting. Certainly prefer Jailbreak's translations 'cause "Mister" just doesn't flow in English very well whereas Oniisan works better due to the Japanese aspects.

    > This story would have been at least original if Sachi hadn't been a dark-haired girl.

    Without dyeing her hair, what color should it be? Black hair is the normal Japanese hair color.
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    @Pachka84

    Get mental health advice from a professional. You're bizarre obsession with hair is cringy as fuck, and given that it is the only thing you ever talk about or pay attention to, i can't imagine you being right in the head:




    @ other person:

    From a moral standpoint... he's a hero risking his life to protect her from a society that is conspiring with a pair of horrifying monsters, of the kind you occasionally see in the news after it is too late. Granted, he didn't set out to be a hero, but results matter.


    Nice theory, except it doesn't hold water when you confront it with his internal monologue from last few chapters. Results may matter, but intent is also important. From what was presented, he may end up killing her in the future (not in a "legally" incriminating way probably - if it did happen, it would be most likely something similar to what Michelle Carter did).

    Last edited 5 mo ago by mikegnesium.

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    A very trope-laden and unoriginal story where as usual a dark-haired girl is depicted as a helpless victim to everyone out to hurt her. This mangaka also wrote a story about a girl who died coming back as a ghost to haunt her killer. Guess what, that girl didn't have dark hair. This story would have been at least original if Sachi hadn't been a dark-haired girl.
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    @GoodWorld Is our masked misanthrope really even a kidnapper? I mean, yes, he calls himself that, but let us look at the actual facts.

    He asked her to come with him. No force or threats were used to attain her cooperation.
    He leaves her unattended with the door unlocked. No effort is made at imprisonment. If she ever wants to leave, she just has to walk out the door. while he's asleep or at work
    This is enhanced by the fact that her parents(such as they are) have kept the area agitated, so people are looking for her. If she leaves, it will be trivial to ensure she never meets him again.

    Basically, she went with him because she wanted to, and she stays with him because she still wants to. Is that what you call kidnapping?


    From a technical, legal standpoint, I'd say he is guilty of harboring a runaway, not kidnapping. Where I'm from, that is a crime, but it is a different and less serious one. (I acknowledge japanese law may consider the two equivalent.) He's unarguably a stalker. But again, that's a different crime.
    From a moral standpoint... he's a hero risking his life to protect her from a society that is conspiring with a pair of horrifying monsters, of the kind you occasionally see in the news after it is too late. Granted, he didn't set out to be a hero, but results matter.


    If he were actually presented as a kidnapper, I would've dropped this like a hot potato. A disgustingly moldy hot potato.
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    Update please update pleas update q.q not liek this