Happy Boys

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Happy Boys
(Happii Bōizu)
Genre Comedy, Drama
Television drama
Directed by Tazawa Naoki, Yagi Kazusuke
Produced by Moriya Takeshi
Original network TV Tokyo
Original run April 2, 2007June 18, 2007
Episodes 13
Written by Makoto Tateno
Published by Shinshokan
English publisher Dokidoki
Magazine Wings
Original run June 2007March 2008
Volumes 2
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Happy Boys (ハッピィ★ボーイズ Happii Bōizu?) is a Japanese television comedy, following five young men who work at Lady Braganza, a shitsuji kissa (butler café). It was adapted into a manga by Makoto Tateno.

Television series[edit]

The series aired Mondays between 13:15 and 14:45.


Guest stars


The manga is licensed in English by Digital Manga Publishing,[1] and in Germany by Egmont Manga.[2]


Makoto Tateno visited the cast and talked with them when she was developing the manga.[3]


Snow Wildsmith described the manga as "enjoyable, but not all that memorable", but noted that the stereotypically "blatantly gay" chef could offend some readers.[4] Leroy Douresseaux felt the manga series had potential, but that the first volume was not "anything really special".[5] Connie C. described the manga as being "a cross between Antique Bakery and Princess Princess".[6] Matthew Warner felt it was fun to see the characters switch on their "butler-mode".[7]


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