Oshiego ni Kyouhaku Sareru no wa Hanzai desu ka? ( Is it a Crime if You're Threatened by Your Student?) by the same Author of The "Hentai" Prince and the Stony Cat



  • Synopis : Tenjin, a 27-year-old teacher who works at a cram school for students taking entrance exams for high school and middle school. While he is talented at teaching elementary school students, he holds no love for children. He coldly contents himself with grinding through his job while training his colleague JD and being tossed about by the cruel currents of life. But one day, while teaching a fifth-grade class, one of his students hugs him close and tells him that she loves him. And a 14-year old middle-school student named Seika sees the entire thing. Seika blackmails him into giving her "personal lessons" at night.
    alt text
    Publisher : MF Bunko J ( Media Factory)
    Status : Ongoing (5 volumes)
    Genre : Comedy,Drama,Romance,Slice of Life,School Life
    Manga : Yes
    Anime : PV - Promonitonal Video


  • Member

    I know nothing about this title, but that description sounds like pedo-bait, which is a hard pass for me.


  • Premium Member

    I checked out the manga scans to see what the vibe really was, cause that synopsis is like call the farking FBI dodgy!

    The pedo stuff is a fabricated/edited blackmail recording & a photo of the kid hugging him. The true secret is he's a LN author & she wants to be, hence her blackmail plot to get him to help her become one too.

    So that's interesting to me at least, but could it end up legit pedo-ish later but I didn't get that vibe. It made me think of "A sister's all you need" (anime at least, haven't read the books) where it sounds sketchy as hell but actually isn't (so in that case, incest, in this case, pedo, theoretically at least).

    Mind you, one of the other teachers is in that "yes loli, no touch" camp which is super eww. The other teachers are all pretty eccentric too - a hyper workaholic and a weird chunni chick.


  • Premium Member

    I have read the manga version of this novel and it appears rather wholesome at the moment up to 3rd volume. What happens after, I have no clue. But as always, if there is a light novel version, then I'd rather have a read of that.

    I'd buy it, though for the English Market, the title will probably need adapted.