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First Bloom (mature) - released May 12, 2006 - 2.4MB [mirror][mirror2]
Strawberry Shake chapter 5 - released May 28, 2006 - 7.5MB [mirror][mirror2]
Real Love
Whispers Under the Roses - released August 17, 2006 - 8.5MB [mirror][mirror2]
Testify - released September 4, 2006 - 12.0MB [mirror][mirror2]
Spiral of Pleasure - released September 5, 2006 - 3.9MB [mirror][mirror2]
First Kiss Part A - released October 10, 2006 - 7.9MB [mirror]
Red Umbrella, White Umbrella - released November 9, 2006 - 2.6MB [mirror][mirror2]
The Caged Miko and the Whimsical Witch chapter 2 - released January 9, 2007 - 4.4MB [mirror][mirror2]
Princess Kaguya - released July 17, 2007 - 2.3MB [mirror][mirror2]

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The fifth issue of Yuri Shimai. Many of the same mangaka return.
"First Bloom," by CHI-RAN, is a short, full-color, smutty PWP (plot, what plot?).
In chapter 5 of Hayashiya Shizuru's "Strawberry Shake," Ran thinks Julia might be suffering from lovesickness.
"Real Love," the fifth installment of Morinaga Milk's loosely connected ongoing series, is about a pure-hearted writer who is baffled when an underclassman suddenly confesses her feelings to her.
Sakurai Aya's "Whisper Under the Roses" is a school story set in the early 20th century.
"Testify," by Karyu, is a surprisingly sweet vampire story.
The main character of Izumi Yuu's "Spiral of Pleasure" learns a surprising fact: a filthy mouth can be a turn-on.
"First Kiss," the three-part sequel to Zaou Taishi and Eiki Eiki's "She-Wolf," focuses on the school nurse and another of the teachers at the school. Part A tells of a kiss they shared when they were teenagers. It was printed in both Yuri Shimai 5 and Yuri Hime 1.
"Red Umbrella, White Umbrella," by Takahashi Mako, is about two friends and their ideas about femininity.
In the second chapter of Fujieda Miyabi's "The Caged Miko and the Whimsical Witch," Letty decides to connect herself and Tsumugi with a red thread, in case they get separated. Little does she know that the red thread has another meaning in Japan...
"Princess Kaguya," by Ruri Hozuki and Sakura Shio, is a yuri version of the famous Japanese legend. It's an illustrated story rather than a manga.

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