Citrus (manga)

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Citrus Volume 1 front cover.jpg
Volume 1 cover featuring Mei (left) and Yuzu Aihara (right)
Genre Romance, yuri[1]
Written by Saburouta
Published by Ichijinsha
English publisher
Imprint Yuri Hime Comics
Magazine Comic Yuri Hime
Original run November 17, 2012 – present
Volumes 8
Anime television series
Directed by Takeo Takahashi
Written by Naoki Hayashi
Music by Ryō Takahashi
Studio Passione
Licensed by Crunchyroll[2]
Original network AT-X, Tokyo MX, SUN, BS Fuji
Original run January 6, 2018March 24, 2018
Episodes 12
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Citrus (Japanese: シトラス, Hepburn: Shitorasu) is a Japanese yuri manga series written and illustrated by Saburouta. The series began serialization in Ichijinsha's Comic Yuri Hime from November 17, 2012 and is licensed in English by Seven Seas Entertainment. An anime television series adaptation by Passione premiered on January 6, 2018.


Yuzu Aihara, a fashionable, spontaneous and fun-loving city-girl, transfers to a new neighborhood and high-school after the remarriage of her mother. More preoccupied with boys and shopping than studying, Yuzu struggles to fit in at the conservative girls' school and frequently clashes with the student council—specifically Mei Aihara, the hard-working, beautiful but cold student council president. As it turns out, Mei happens to be Yuzu's new step-sister and Yuzu finds herself having to share a bedroom with a girl she absolutely can't stand. The series follows the evolution of the relationship between the two girls, with the animosity slowly lessening as the two begin to learn more about each other and confusion growing as Yuzu discovers that she is starting to develop romantic feelings for her new step-sister.


Main characters[edit]

Yuzu Aihara (藍原 柚子, Aihara Yuzu)
Voiced by: Ayana Taketatsu (Japanese); Megan Shipman (English)[3][4]
Yuzu is a self-proclaimed gyaru and is the story's protagonist and Mei Aihara's older step-sister. Her father died when she was very young. She dyes her hair blonde, and has green eyes. She is a daring, outspoken, and often shameless only child who transfers to an all-girls school after her mother remarries. She enjoys dressing up, wearing makeup and customizing her school uniform in ways that clash with her school's code of conduct, often leading to altercations with the student council. Although her former friends believed her to be quite experienced in dating and relationships, she confesses she has never had a boyfriend. Although she appears quite ditzy at times, with hard work she is able to achieve test results within the school's top 100, to Himeko's surprise.
Upon transferring Yuzu instantly befriends the like-minded Harumi Taniguchi, and the two are often seen breaking school rules together. On the other hand, she instantly dislikes Mei, perplexed by her cold attitude and random sexual advances. Despite this, Yuzu's frustration eventually turns into a strong romantic attraction, and she develops a protectiveness for Mei and a deep concern for her well-being. Despite Yuzu struggling with her romantic interest in Mei, she also tries her best to be a good older sister figure, doing her best to mend the relationship between Mei and her father and doing what she can to offer support. She has a childhood friend named Matsuri, who lived close to her old house and used to be like a sister to her.
Mei Aihara (藍原 芽衣, Aihara Mei)
Voiced by: Minami Tsuda (Japanese); Amber Lee Connors (English)[3][4]
Mei is the beautiful and serious Student Council President, honor student, school chairman's granddaughter, and now Yuzu's younger step-sister (although the two are in the same grade). She is stern, cold and composed, but has a short temper. Although greatly respected by the student body, she may on occasion act or speak cruelly. This trait, as well as the fact that Mei often makes sexual advances toward her simply to manipulate her, greatly frustrates Yuzu. Mei was initially arranged to marry an elite teacher from her school, but Yuzu later discovered that he only intended to use her for her money and revealed his transgressions, leading to him leaving. As Yuzu gets to know her more, she is shown to be rather sensitive and lonely, which often stirs Yuzu's protective side.
Mei once looked up to her father greatly, believing that he would one day be chairman and herself after him. However, he instead left his position as a teacher and abandoned Mei to travel the world, making Mei the successor to the school and increasing her work load and burden because of it. Mei toiled for the sake of her father, believing that she should work hard and keep the school safe for when he came back, but when she realizes he has no intention of going back to work at the school she becomes resentful and their relationship sours. Although she wishes to better her relationship with her father, she struggles to accept who he has become, and feels she has nothing left living for as taking care of the school for the sake of her father had been her assumed purpose in life. However, Yuzu's influence leads her to begin repairing the damaged relationship with her father, as well as to searching for her own purpose in life.
In later chapters, Mei reciprocates Yuzu's romantic feelings to some degree, becoming rather possessive of her due to Matsuri's advances on Yuzu; opening up to her, and feeling guilty when she believes Yuzu is troubled or sad because of her actions. She expresses to Matsuri she's thankful for having met Yuzu.
Harumi Taniguchi (谷口 はるみ, Taniguchi Harumi)
Voiced by: Yukiyo Fujii (Japanese); Margaret McDonald (English)[3][4]
Often referred to as "Harumin" (はるみん), she befriends Yuzu on her first day of school, calling herself a "gyaru in disguise" and showing Yuzu the ropes at her new school. Although she has adapted to fit in at the school, Harumi was also a transfer and is quite different from the conservative girls around her, taking no interest in fawning over Mei Aihara, the student council president, and often breaks the school rules by taking her phone to school, and going out after school hours. She is perky, kind, perceptive, humorous, easy-going and an overall good friend towards Yuzu, often lending her comfort and aide in the wake of the ups and downs of Yuzu's life. She often packs many items within her cleavage, and she has an older sister whom she is slightly fearful of.

Aihara Academy[edit]

Himeko Momokino (桃木野 姫子, Momokino Himeko)
Voiced by: Yurika Kubo (Japanese); Bryn Apprill (English)[3][4]
Himeko is a Student Council Member and Mei's childhood friend and current right hand. She is from a very wealthy family, having a chauffeur and at least one butler. On weekends she can be seen wearing lolita fashion. She is stern, forward and jealous, and has quite a volatile personality. She is in love with Mei and is very possessive of her, becoming jealous when Yuzu enters her life. She has a small dog named Pucchi.
Kayo Maruta (丸田 加代, Maruta Kayo)
Voiced by: Ikumi Hayama (Japanese); Natalie Hoover (English)[5][4]
The second student council vice-president, a shy second-year student who is very close to Harumi's sister Mitsuko, being her vice-president before Mitsuko left the school. She is the only one bold enough to talk to Mitsuko casually, even referring to her as "Micchan" (みっちゃん). She was shown to constantly mock Mitsuko for being immature and scaring Harumi away, but ultimately had a crush on Mitsuko.
Nene Nomura (野村 寧音, Nomura Nene)
Nene is an energetic first year who looks to Yuzu as a role model; an inspiration to become braver and speaking up. It's later proven that she is also an intense yuri shipper, specifically of Yuzu and Harumi. She is grateful of Yuzu and the others for having accepted her, even after all of the trouble she unintentionally caused them.
Suzuran Shiraho (白帆 鈴蘭, Shiraho Suzuran)
Suzuran is an extremely observant and unflappable third year of the Aihara Academy. She has an immense infatuation for Mei, for she is the only person that she cannot read. Consequently, she spends all of her free time observing her, thus why she is in need of summer supplementary lessons. Suzuran comes from a rich family who refrain from expressing emotions in order to not be taken advantage of by others. She also has an older stepbrother.
Chairman (理事長, Rijichō)
Voiced by: Kinryū Arimoto (Japanese); Charlie Campbell (English)[4]
Shō's father and Mei's grandfather, who disliked Yuzu at first due to her breaking his school's rules and expelled her after walking in on Mei sexually assaulting Yuzu, assuming Yuzu was the one attacking. He later pardons her after she saves his life by calling him an ambulance after she finds him collapsed. Mei has taken Chairman duties until he returns.


Matsuri Mizusawa (水沢 まつり, Mizusawa Matsuri)
Voiced by: Sayaka Horino (PV, drama CD),[6] Shiori Izawa (anime)[3] (Japanese); Kristi Rothrock (English)[4]
Matsuri is an only child, whose parents are always working and do not really pay attention to her. She is Yuzu's childhood friend who lived close to her before she moved to the Aihara residence, and a second-year in middle school. Matsuri is precocious and smart for her age, and does not mind her words. She can be mischievous at times and she enjoys teasing people, especially Yuzu and Harumi. Like Mei, she tends to be manipulative. She sells masturbation videos she finds on the Internet to old men through a phone app, pretending they are hers, as a means of income. She eventually develops feelings for Harumi, even claiming to be her girlfriend.
Sara Tachibana (タチバナ・サラ, Tachibana Sara)
Voiced by: Hisako Kanemoto[7]
Sara is a student from a different school. She falls in love with Mei at first sight, but after finding out about her relationship with Yuzu, she gives up on Mei in order to support their love. Sara is very superstitious and ardently believes in things such as luck and destiny. She is very short, and has a younger twin sister, named Nina.
Nina Tachibana (タチバナ・ニナ, Tachibana Nina)
Voiced by: Rei Matsuzaki[7]
She is Sara's younger twin sister, who happens to be much taller. She is a skeptical and does not believe in fate. She worries very much for her Sara, so she tried to help her and Mei getting together, and tried to prevent Yuzu from getting in their way.
Mitsuko Taniguchi (谷口 みつ子, Taniguchi Mitsuko)
The older sister of Harumi Taniguchi. She is the former Student Council President of the Aihara Academy. She was very close to Kayo, who still remains a part of the student council to this very day, when she was still in the academy.
Ichika (イチカ)
A school friend of Nina and Sara. She seems to have been the one to introduce Nina to Momoiro Shimai, and is also the school's Student Council President, being the complete opposite of Mei at that.
Udagawa (宇田川)
The manager of the café where Yuzu worked part-time for some time in order to buy her a ring. Despite not knowing who is Yuzu's lover, he supports their relationship. It is revealed that he is Mei's fiancé.
Kana (カナ) and Manami (まなみ)
Voiced by: Haruka Yamazaki (Kana), Yuka Ōtsubo (Manami) (Japanese); Michelle Rojas (Kana), Brittany Lauda (Manami) (English)[4]
Yuzu's friends since middle school. They lost contact when Yuzu transferred schools, but she met them again while working part-time back in her old city. She revealed that she was dating, but was unable to tell them she was dating a girl after they showed homophobic behavior in front of her. One of them has black hair, and the other has brown hair.
Shō Aihara (藍原 翔, Aihara Shō)
Voiced by: Tomoaki Maeno[7] (Japanese); David Wald (English)[4]
He is Mei's father and Yuzu's step-father.
Ume Aihara (藍原 梅, Aihara Ume)
Voiced by: Kana Ueda[7] (Japanese); Terri Doty (English)[4]
She is Yuzu's Mother and Mei's step-mother.



Citrus is written and illustrated by Saburouta. It began serialization in Ichijinsha's bimonthly magazine Comic Yuri Hime on November 17, 2012.[8][9] Ichijinsha has released eight tankōbon volumes since July 2013.[10][11] To advertise the third volume of the manga, a PV covering the story up to that point was uploaded to Ichijinsha's YouTube channel on November 18, 2014. A drama CD was released with the fourth manga volume in July 2015.[12] The manga is licensed in English by Seven Seas Entertainment, who began releasing the series in December 2014.[13] It has also been licensed in Germany,[14] Thailand,[15] and Formosa.[16]

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 July 18, 2013[10] ISBN 978-4-758072-64-9 December 16, 2014[13][17] ISBN 978-1-626921-40-5
  1. "Love Affair?"
  2. "One's First Love"
  3. "Love My Sister×××"
  4. "Sisterly Love?"
  • Extra:
    • Citrus+ 1:
      • "Couldn't Hide It"
      • "Harumin and Glasses-Senpai" (はるみんとメガネ先輩, Harumin to Megane-Senpai)
      • "Mei and Mr. Bear" (芽衣とクマさん, Mei to Kuma-san)
2 March 18, 2014[18] ISBN 978-4-758072-97-7 April 7, 2015[17] ISBN 978-1-626921-41-2
  1. "Love Me Do!"
  2. "Under Lover"
  3. "No Love"
  4. "Out of Love"
  • Extra:
    • Citrus+ 2:
      • "A Bear Here, Too"
      • "Accident"
      • "Not Together"
    • Citrus+ 2.5: "Technical Difficulties"
3 November 18, 2014[19] ISBN 978-4-758073-72-1 August 18, 2015[17] ISBN 978-4-758073-72-1
  1. "Love or Lie!"
  2. "Love of War"
  3. "Love is Blind"
  4. "Love is"
  • Extra:
    • Citrus+ 3:
      • "Hide it All You Want, Your Sister Will Find It"
      • "Teasing Onee-chan"
      • "It's Coming for Onee-chan"
      • "Matsuri and Harumin"
4 July 18, 2015[20] ISBN 978-4-758074-49-0 December 29, 2015[17] ISBN 978-1-626922-17-4
  1. "Winter of Love"
  2. "The Course of Love"
  3. "Love You Only"
  4. "My Love Goes On And On"
  • Extra:
    • Citrus+ 4: "Sara and Mei"
5 May 18, 2016[21] ISBN 978-4-758075-40-4 September 6, 2016[17] ISBN 978-1-626922-67-9
  1. "To be in Love"
  2. "Love Birds!?"
  3. "Love and Friendship"
  4. "Love Yourself"
  • Extra:
    • Citrus+ 5:
      • "My Older Sister Should Have Been More Careful" (お姉ちゃんはツメが甘い, Onee-chan wa Tsume ga Amai)
      • "My Younger Sister is Currently Jealous" (妹はヤキモチやき, Imōto wa Yakimochi Yaki)
      • "Mitsuko and Glasses-Senpai" (みつ子とメガネ後輩, Mitsuko to Megane-Senpai)
    • Leaflet:
      • "Nene's HaruYuzu Adventure" (ネネのはるゆず道, Nene no HaruYuzu Michi)
      • "Seeing New Facial Expressions......" (いろんな表情がみたいから……, Ironna Hyōjō ga Mitai Kara......)
    • "Love Triangle!?" (Chapter 17.5)
6 December 17, 2016[22] ISBN 978-4-758076-24-1 August 22, 2017[17] ISBN 978-1-626925-12-0
  1. "Dear Lover"
  2. "Love Notes"
  3. "The Way I Love"
  4. "Not Give Up Love"
  • Extra:
    • Citrus+ 6:
    • "A Sign"
    • "Mei Aihara and Spicy Food"
    • Leaflet:
      • "Momoiro Shimai 1" (ももいろ姉妹①)
      • "Momoiro Shimai 2" (ももいろ姉妹②)
7 June 16, 2017[23] ISBN 978-4-758076-73-9 February 13, 2018[17] ISBN 978-1-626926-85-1
  1. "Love One Another"
  2. "In Fear of Love"
  3. "The One You Love"
  4. "Love EXE."
  • Extra:
    • Citrus+ 7:
    • "I Don't Understand Your Taste"
    • "Aihara and Taniguchi"
    • "Study at Shiraho's House"
8 October 18, 2017[11] ISBN 978-4-758077-41-5 September 11, 2018[17] ISBN 978-1-626928-94-7
  1. "Summer of Love"
  2. "Secret Love"
  3. "Live to Love"
  4. "Lovey Dovey"
  • Extra:
    • Citrus+ 8:
    • "Papa and mama"
9 March 23, 2018
  1. "Form of love"
  2. "My love and your love"
  3. "Love actually"
  4. "Whereabouts of love"
  • Extra:
    • Citrus+ 9


An anime television series adaptation, directed by Takeo Takahashi and animated by Passione, began airing on AT-X from January 6, 2018.[24] Naoki Hayashi is in charge of overseeing scripts and Izuro Ijuuin is in charge of designing the characters and is credited as chief animation director. Lantis is producing the music, while Infinite is credited with producing the anime.[5] The opening theme is "Azalea" (アザレア, Azarea) by Nano Ripe, and the ending theme is "Dear Teardrop" by Mia Regina.[25] Crunchyroll is currently simulcasting the series, while Funimation is streaming the English dub.[26]

No. Title[a] Original air date
1 "love affair!?"   January 6, 2018
After her mother Ume remarries, Yuzu Aihara begins attending Aihara Academy, quickly getting in trouble with the student council president Mei over her gyaru appearance. After making friends with her classmate Harumi Tanaguchi, Yuzu spots Mei being kissed by one of the teachers, Amamiya. Upon returning home, Yuzu is shocked to discover that because of Ume's remarriage, Mei has become her new step-sister and moved in with them. Later that night, as Yuzu presses Mei about what happened earlier, Yuzu is further taken aback when Mei suddenly kisses her. 
2 "one's first love"   January 13, 2018
As Yuzu remains bewildered by Mei's actions towards her, she gets on bad terms with the school's chairman, Mei's grandfather. She and Harumi then overhear Amamiya, Mei's alleged fiancée, speaking with his own lover, learning that he is just marrying Mei for her money and status. Despite Mei stating that she already knows and doesn't care, Yuzu notices her crying in her sleep over her father. The next day, Yuzu takes the stage to publicly announce Amamiya's affair in front of the whole school, using her status as the chairman's granddaughter to support her claims. That night, however, Yuzu discovers that Mei has been taken away to the chairman's place, leaving Ume distraught. Feeling guilty, Yuzu goes to the chairman's house to confront Mei over how she really feels, but gets caught in a compromising position by the chairman, who expels her. Explaining her situation to Harumi, Yuzu comes to the realization that she is in love with Mei. 
3 "sisterly love?"   January 20, 2018
Deciding to confront the chairman following encouragement from Harumi, Yuzu finds him collapsed on the floor and rushes him to the hospital. Thankful for Yuzu's help, the chairman decides to revoke her expulsion and allows Mei to live how she chooses to, leading her to return back to Yuzu's home. Later, as Yuzu becomes conflicted between her feelings for Mei and her role as a sister, she becomes upset when Mei states that the kiss between them was just a means of shutting her up. The next day, as Mei confronts Yuzu about a yuri incest manga amongst her belongings, Yuzu kisses her, blaming her for the way she is feeling before running off in tears. 
4 "love me do!"   January 27, 2018
As Yuzu avoids coming home out of fear of having to face Mei, she is approached by Himeko Momokino, the student council vice-president and Mei's childhood friend, about what their relationship is. After telling Yuzu about how Mei's father left her, Himeko lies about Mei being hurt by Yuzu's actions, leading her to feel guilty until she runs into Mei, who calls her by her first name and tells Himeko that they are now sisters. Later that night, Mei apologises to Yuzu and gives her first mutual kiss. The next day, Himeko, jealous of how close Yuzu is to Mei, forces herself upon Mei and later brags about "crossing the line" with her to Yuzu, who becomes anxious when Mei won't tell her anything about it. 
5 "under lover"   February 3, 2018
After receiving some amusement park tickets from Harumi, Yuzu asks Mei to accompany her as she goes to meet her father. Along the way, Mei tells Yuzu that nothing happened between her and Himeko, who gets told off by her when she tries to interrupt their date. Yuzu eventually arrives at her father's grave, where Yuzu, noticing Mei's feelings about her own father, feels she should give up on her love and try to become an ideal sister instead. The next day, Mei collapses with a fever just before a student council meeting, so Yuzu urges Himeko to attend the meetings in Mei's while she looks after her. Afterwards, Yuzu encourage Himeko to be more honest with her feelings and make up with Mei. Later that night, Yuzu and Mei are visited by Mei's father, Shou. 
6 "out of love"   February 10, 2018
Mei seems to be at odds with Shou, who would rather travel the world than inherit the school like Mei had hoped. Having been raised by her father with that in mind, Mei, feeling she has noone else to rely on, attempts to comfort herself physically with Yuzu, but Yuzu slaps her before things can go any further. The next day, after learning that Shou is setting off abroad yet again, Yuzu urges Mei to work hard for her own sake, encouraging her to see her father off before he leaves. Later, as Yuzu and Mei's relationship starts to deepen, a sinister girl decides to pay Yuzu a visit. 
7 "love or lie!"   February 17, 2018
Feeling downhearted after Mei tells her to end their kissing habits, Yuzu comes across her childhood friend, Matsuri Mizusawa, becoming perturbed when she hears about her dubious methods of earning money. After glancing through Yuzu's phone, Matsuri catches onto her crush on Mei and almost forces herself onto her until Yuzu receives a call from Mei. Noticing Mei across the street, Matsuri forces a kiss upon Yuzu in front of her. The next day, Matsuri shows up at Yuzu's school to invite Yuzu on a date, effectively declaring war against Mei. 
8 "war of love"   February 24, 2018
Yuzu brings Mei along to her date with Matsuri, who continues to push her interests on Yuzu despite her objections. Managing to separate her from Yuzu, Matsuri issues a warning to Mei, who kisses her as payback for the kiss she stole from Yuzu, unaware that Matsuri had some kids take a photo of them. After Matsuri takes her leave, Yuzu walks home with Mei, inviting her to a family party on Christmas Eve. The next day, as Yuzu prepares to make a cake for the party, Matsuri appears before Mei. 
9 "love is"   March 3, 2018
Using the picture she had taken as blackmail, Matsuri instructs Mei to satisfy some of her "text friends". Keeping this a secret, Mei claims that she is too busy to go to the party and tells Yuzu to go on a date with Matsuri instead. The next day, Matsuri becomes frustrated with Yuzu speaking so much about Mei, revealing that Mei is meeting with one of her customers as they speak. Stating that Mei was being considerate of Matsuri this whole time, Yuzu goes in search for her, relieved to find she did not go through with anything, while Matsuri decides to delete the photo. Later that night, Mei makes a sexual advance on Yuzu. 
10 "winter of love"   March 10, 2018
Mei offers to sleep with Yuzu as gratitude for everything she had done for her, but Yuzu finds herself unable to do it, upsetting Mei. Upon missing her train to her school's trip to Kyoto, Yuzu comes across a Kyoto schoolgirl named Sara Tachibana who had also missed her train back home, and the two ride another train headed to Kyoto. As the two catch up to their respective schools, Sara explains how she fell in love with a girl who helped her when she got lost, offering Yuzu some advice as she laments her worries about Mei. As Yuzu unsuccessfully tries to talk things over with Mei, Sara's twin sister, Nina, discovers that Yuzu is in love with Mei, the same person Sara fell in love with. 
11 "love you only"   March 17, 2018
Hearing that Yuzu's school is visiting the Yasaka Shrine said to improve romantic relationships, Nina encourages Sara to go there so she can confess to Mei. As Yuzu remains tries to sort out her feelings towards Mei, Sara confesses to Mei herself. As Yuzu feels downhearted by this news, Sara encourages her not to give up on her love, only learning afterwards that Mei is the one she loves. That night, Yuzu sneaks into Mei's room, where she tries to make a move on Mei before she is thrown out. The next day, as Yuzu goes in search for Mei, Nina tries to stop her, revealing that Sara is the one Mei is on a date with. 
12 "my love goes on and on"   March 24, 2018


  1. ^ All English episode titles are taken from Crunchyroll.


Citrus appeared on The New York Times best seller list for manga five times in 2015.[27] In a review of the manga's first volume by Rebecca Silverman of Anime News Network, Citrus is described as having emotionally interesting characters with the contrasting personalities of Yuzu and Mei, and their relationship is likened to a "yuri version of the twins' from Arisa." Silverman praises Saburouta's use of reader hindsight, pointing out that Mei's actions can be seen in a different light as the series progresses due to Saburouta giving a slow understanding of her character. However, the non-consensual elements of the manga are described as uncomfortable in contrast with gentler yuri manga that have previously been released in English.[1]


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