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Ore o Suki nano wa Omae dake kayo light novel volume 1 cover.jpg
Cover of the first novel as published by ASCII Media Works in bunko format, featuring (from left to right) Cosmos, Pansy, and Himawari
(Ore wo Suki Nano wa Omae Dake ka yo)
GenreRomantic comedy[1]
Light novel
Written byRakuda
Illustrated byBuriki
Published byASCII Media Works
ImprintDengeki Bunko
Original runFebruary 10, 2016May 8, 2021
Volumes16 (List of volumes)
Written byRakuda
Illustrated byYū Ijima
Published byShueisha
MagazineShōnen Jump+
Original runFebruary 26, 2017August 23, 2020
Volumes6 (List of volumes)
Anime television series
Directed byNoriaki Akitaya
Written byRakuda
Music byYoshiaki Fujisawa
Licensed by
Original networkTokyo MX, GYT, GTV, BS11, TVA, ytv
Original run October 3, 2019 December 26, 2019
Episodes12 + OVA (List of episodes)
Wikipe-tan face.svg Anime and manga portal

Oresuki (俺好き), short for Ore wo Suki Nano wa Omae Dake ka yo (Japanese: 俺を好きなのはお前だけかよ, lit. "Are You Really the Only One Who Likes Me?"), is a Japanese light novel series written by Rakuda and illustrated by Buriki. ASCII Media Works has published fifteen volumes since February 2016 under their Dengeki Bunko imprint.

A manga adaptation with illustration by Yū Ijima has been serialized via Shueisha's online manga app Shōnen Jump+ since February 2017. It has been collected in six tankōbon volumes. An anime television series adaptation by Connect aired from October to December 2019. An OVA was released in September 2020.


Oresuki revolves around Amatsuyu "Joro" Kisaragi, an ordinary high school student who is invited out alone by two beautiful girls: the upperclassman Sakura "Cosmos" Akino and his childhood friend Aoi "Himawari" Hinata. Expecting to hear their confessions, he triumphantly goes to meet each of them in turn. However, both Cosmos and Himawari confess to Joro that they like his best friend, Taiyо̄ "Sun-chan" Ōga, instead of him. He reluctantly agrees to help both girls pursue Sun-chan in the hope of dating the loser, only to suddenly be confessed to by the unremarkable bookworm Sumireko "Pansy" Sanshokuin, who is the girl Sun-chan is in love with.


Light novel[edit]

Ore wo Suki Nano wa Omae Dake ka yo is written by Rakuda and illustrated by Buriki. ASCII Media Works published the first volume on February 10, 2016 under their Dengeki Bunko imprint.[2] Fifteen volumes have published as of December 10, 2020.[3]

No. Release date ISBN
1 February 10, 2016[2]978-4-04-865747-1
2 April 9, 2016[4]978-4-04-865885-0
3 August 10, 2016[5]978-4-04-892286-9
4 January 10, 2017[6]978-4-04-892601-0
5 April 8, 2017[7]978-4-04-892831-1
6 August 10, 2017[8]978-4-04-893282-0
7 November 10, 2017[9]978-4-04-893466-4
8 March 10, 2018[10]978-4-04-893684-2
9 September 10, 2018[11]978-4-04-893913-3
10 November 10, 2018[12]978-4-04-912099-8
11 May 10, 2019[13]978-4-04-912527-6
12 October 10, 2019[14]978-4-04-912796-6
13 December 10, 2019[15]978-4-04-912908-3
14 June 10, 2020[16]978-4-04-913204-5
15 December 10, 2020[17]978-4-04-913576-3
16 May 8, 2021[18]978-4-04-913834-4


A manga adaptation, illustrated by Yū Ijima, was serialized on Shueisha's online manga app Shōnen Jump+ from February 26, 2017 to August 23, 2020.[19][20] Six tankōbon volumes have been released.[21]

No. Release date ISBN
1 August 4, 2017[22]978-4-08-881135-2
2 March 2, 2018[23]978-4-08-881373-8
3 January 4, 2019[24]978-4-08-881650-0
4 October 4, 2019[25]978-4-08-881832-0
5 March 4, 2020[26]978-4-08-882144-3
6 October 2, 2020[27]978-4-08-882467-3


An anime television series adaptation was announced at the "Dengeki Bunko 25th Anniversary Fall Dengeki Festival" event on October 7, 2018.[1] The series was animated by Connect and directed by Noriaki Akitaya, with Rakuda handling series composition, Shoko Takimoto designing the characters, and Yoshiaki Fujisawa composing the music.[1] The series aired from October 3 to December 26, 2019 on Tokyo MX, GYT, GTV, BS11, TVA, and ytv.[28][a] Shuka Saitō performed the series' opening theme song "Papapa", while Haruka Tomatsu, Haruka Shiraishi, and Sachika Misawa performed the series' ending theme song "Hanakotoba".[29][30] Aniplex of America licensed the series for distribution in English speaking regions, and streamed the series on Crunchyroll,[31] FunimationNow in North America and the United Kingdom,[32] HIDIVE in North America,[33] and AnimeLab in Australia and New Zealand.[34] An OVA was set to premiere on May 23, 2020,[35][36] but was delayed to September 2, 2020.[37]

No. Title[38][b] Original air date[39][a]
1"I'm Really Just an Ordinary High School Student"
Transcription: "Ore tte honto, doko ni demo iru heibonna na nda" (Japanese: 俺ってほんと、どこにでもいる平凡なモブなんだ)
October 3, 2019 (2019-10-03)
Joro begins his life as a high school student. Both the student council president Cosmos and Joro's childhood friend Himawari ask him to go out on a date. On Saturday, Joro goes on his date with Cosmos, and at the end she reveals that her real objective was to ask him to help get close to the person she loves, Sun-chan, ace baseball player of the school and Joro's best friend. On the next day, Joro goes on his date with Himawari and she tells him the same thing. Both girls evidently fell in love with Sun-chan during the regional baseball finals last year. Joro reluctantly agrees to help both of them, at the back of his mind thinking that he can at least get together with whoever loses. Constantly harassed at school by the two girls to help, Joro seeks solitude during lunch hour at the deserted school library. Here, he is approached by the librarian Pansy, who has been stalking him and she confesses to Joro that she's in love with him.
2"I'm Attacked by an Impossible Spiral"
Transcription: "Ore ni osoi kakaru make no supairaru" (Japanese: 俺に襲い掛かる負のスパイラル)
October 10, 2019 (2019-10-10)
Joro continues trying to help Himawari and Cosmos get closer to Sun-chan, but progress is slow on both ends. He also has to see Pansy during lunch, who reveals that Sun-chan is in love with someone. When Joro prods Sun-chan about his crush, Sun-chan confesses that he is in love with Pansy, who he ran into at the regional baseball finals last year. Joro tries to get Pansy to go out with Sun-chan, but ends up making her upset. At the library, Joro is suddenly approached by Sun-chan, Himawari, and Cosmos, who reveal they know he's been playing them along.
3"I Was Meeting You"
Transcription: "Anata ni atta" (Japanese: あなたに会った)
October 17, 2019 (2019-10-17)
After being confronted by Sun-chan, Himawari, Cosmos, and Pansy for his scheme, Joro gets knocked out by Sun-chan. Due to a student watching the confrontation, the school finds out about the incident and the student body ostracizes Joro. Receiving a text from Pansy after a week of bullying, Joro goes to the library to hear Pansy's "true feelings", only to witness Sun-chan flirting with Pansy. Suddenly, Pansy lets out that she knew Sun-chan had tricked Joro by using Himawari and Cosmos' feelings for him to manipulate them into trapping Joro into a bad situation. When confronted into his motives, Sun-chan admits that he had been in a situation like Joro in middle school, only in reverse, and he wanted revenge on Joro for taking away the one girl he had a crush on. Pansy rejects Sun-chan's feelings for her, revealing that she had fallen for Joro after seeing him wait for Sun-chan at the North entrance of Koshien with Sun-chan's favorite foods. Sun-chan then tries to force himself onto Pansy, but Joro comes to her aid and berates Sun-chan for hurting the girls who loved him. The next day, Himawari and Cosmos fend off the bullies (they had also watched the confrontation in another part of the library) and Sun-chan apologizes in front of the class. Joro reports all of this to Pansy, but still doesn't want to keep seeing her in the library. Pansy then undoes her braids and shirt, revealing her true form: a beautiful and large-breasted girl. Joro decides to start visiting her everyday.
4"The Results of My Hard Work"
Transcription: "Ore ga ganbatta kekka" (Japanese: 俺がガンバった結果)
October 24, 2019 (2019-10-24)
At the encouragement of Pansy, Joro makes up with Himawari, Sun-chan and Cosmos and they become friends again. Together with Pansy, the group of 5 now gather at the library after school to study for mid-terms. After much tutoring from Cosmos and Pancy, everyone passes the mid-terms
5"I Thought It Was Working Out Too Well For Me"
Transcription: "Ore ni shite wa, umaku iki sugiteru to omottanda yo......" (Japanese: 俺にしては、うまくいきすぎてると思ったんだよ。。。。。。)
October 31, 2019 (2019-10-31)
Joro seems to be getting a confession from his classmate Asunaro, a member of the Newspaper Club. However it turns out she is accusing him of being a scumbag who is three-timing Pansy, Himawari and Cosmos. She threatens to expose his misdeeds by publishing an article. After Joro protests that he isn't three-timing, Asunaro agrees to shadow him and wait till the Flower Dance Festival before deciding if she should publish the article. To get Asunaro off his back, Joro asks the three girls to avoid him for a while but they refuse. Joro is picked as the Flower Boy for the Flower Dance Festival, a traditional festival where one boy will dance with three girls. Himawari and Cosmos are two of the girls but no wants to be the third girl due to some strange rumors flying around Joro. In the end Sun-chan becomes the third "girl" for the dance. Asunaro's article on scumbag Joro gets accidentally published and Joro is confronted by the class's queen bee Sasanqua who wants to teach him a lesson. Asunaro apologizes but due to the article, Pansy, Himawari and Cosmos agrees that they should keep apart from Joro in the meanwhile. Asunaro offers to practice with Joro instead for the Flower Dance.
6"When I Need to Say Something, I'll Say It"
Transcription: "Ore wa, iu toki wa iu" (Japanese: 俺は、言う時は言う)
November 7, 2019 (2019-11-07)
The day of the Flower Dance is here and there is trouble. The PTO got wind that the third "girl" in the dance is a boy and protests. Sun-chan is forced to drop out of the dance. Joro asks Asunaro to take his place as she has been practicing with him and would be the most logical replacement. When Joro tells Cosmos about making Asunaro the replacement, Cosmos insists on talking to Asunaro alone about it but Joro insists on tagging along. In the student council office, Cosmos reveals that spreading rumors about Joro to isolate him, getting the PTO to ask Sun-chan to drop out, was all a ploy by Asunaro so that she could become the third girl of the Flower Dance. Evidently Asunaro has been in love with Joro since the regional baseball finals last year but since he is constantly surrounded by the three girls, she came up with this plan to get close to him. Joro rejects Asunaro and she goes to print a retraction of all the scumbag claims against Joro. Cosmos informs that the third girl for the Flower Dance is Pancy and that this was the plan all along. At the Flower Dance, Joro dances flawlessly with Himawari, Cosmos then Pancy. Pancy appears in her true form and the school is abuzz with the appearance of the mysterious beautiful girl.
7"I Discover an Unexpected Side"
Transcription: "Ore wa igaina ichi men o shiru" (Japanese: 俺は意外な一面を知る)
November 14, 2019 (2019-11-14)
Joro, Sun-chan, Pansy, Himawari and Cosmos goes to a water amusement park. The three girls have a competition to see who Joro has the most fun with. Joro goes with Himawari to a water slide, Cosmos to ride a dolphin float and Pansy for hot spring bath. At the end, Joro declares Sun-chan the person he had the most fun with. At the water amusement park, Joro has a chance encounter with Sasanqua who is feeling bad about threatening Joro in Episode 5. Joro mentions offhand to her that he prefers black hair to dyed hair. The next day in school, Sasanqua has changed her hair to black and she with her gang apologizes to Joro.
8"Before I Knew it, My Tragedy Had Already Begun"
Transcription: "Ore no Higeki wa kizuku to hajimatteru" (Japanese: 俺の悲劇は気づくと始まってる)
November 21, 2019 (2019-11-21)
A new transfer girl Tsubaki has appeared and she creates a ruckus by kissing Joro's hand and saying she is indebted to him. Evidently during the regional baseball finals last year, Joro bought a lot of food from her food stand and gave her encouragement when her shop was on the verge of collapse. Thanks to Joro, her family shop did a turnaround and even opened a second branch. At the library later on, Pansy lends Joro her prize book and asks him to read it. On his way home, he bumps into Himawari and accidentally dropped Pansy's book. After realizing he lost the book, he goes looking for it and encounters two girls who helps him look for it. The girls find Pansy's book but it has already been badly damaged. The girls also told him that the book is a rare one and it very expensive. Despite Pansy mentioning that she doesn't need a replacement book, Joro insists on getting a new book for Pansy so he works part time at Tsubaki's shop.
9"My Conclusion After Much Consideration"
Transcription: "Ore nari ni kangaeta kekka" (Japanese: 俺なりに考えた結果)
November 28, 2019 (2019-11-28)
Despite starting the part-time job well, Joro accidentally spills beer on a customer and gets a lashing down. Dejected from messing up on the job, he takes it out on Pancy but quickly regrets it. While brooding over this, he has a chance encounter with a stranger called Hose who gives him some advice on patching things up. Joro takes his advice and patches things up with Pansy. His part-time job goes off without a hitch and he finally receives his paycheck. He goes to buy the replacement book for Pansy but someone just bought the last copy before him. Dejected, he encounters Himawari who is revealed to be the person who bought the book and gives it to Joro. Himawari had noticed the damaged book and wanted to give him a new copy. Himawari had used the money she had been saving up to buy a new tennis racket for her important tennis tournament. Joro gets angry as he wanted Himawari to focus on her tennis tournament. However they soon make-up, Joro gets her a new racket as a birthday present and she goes on to win the qualifiers for the tennis tournament.
9.5"I Politely Move Things Forward"
Transcription: "Ore wa teinei ni susumeru" (Japanese: 俺は丁寧に進める)
December 5, 2019 (2019-12-05)
Recap episode of the first 9 episodes of the anime.
10"Even I'm Useful Once in a While"
Transcription: "Ore datte tama ni wa katsuyaku suru" (Japanese: 俺だってたまには活躍する)
December 12, 2019 (2019-12-12)
Joro seems to be on the verge of another confession from a first-year girl called Tampopo who is also the baseball team manager. However it turns out that she wants his help to hook-up Pansy and Sun-chan. Tampopo believes that getting Sun-chan a girlfriend would help his mental state and bring out his baseball talent more, thus helping the team. She had also figured out that Pansy was the mysterious third girl at the Flower Dance. Afraid that she might reveal Pansy's secret, Joro reluctantly agrees to help. After some shenanigans, Pansy confronts Tampopo and reveals her feelings for Joro, thus making Tampopo give up her plan.
11"I May Not Be Needed"
Transcription: "Ore wa iranai kamo shirenai" (Japanese: 俺はいらないかもしれない)
December 19, 2019 (2019-12-19)
The school library is on the verge of being shut down due to lack of use. Joro encounters Hose again and he agrees to help. Hose brings along two girls as added help, who happens to be the same ones that helped Joro find Pansy's book in episode 8. They introduce themselves as Cherry and Tsukimi. However it turns out that Hose has been the person that Pansy has been desperately trying to avoid, even changing her appearance so that he couldn't recognize her. Hose, Cherry, Tsukimi and Pansy were all in the same middle school but Hose became too obsessed with Pansy, thus causing her to cut all contact and go to a different high school and hide her true appearance. Cherry and Tsukimi later revealed that they are in love with Hose but realizes he is in love with Pansy. So they want to support his love and make them a couple.
12"The One I Love Is..."
Transcription: "Ore ga suki nano wa....." (Japanese: 俺が好きなのは。。。。。)
December 26, 2019 (2019-12-26)
The school library has at last been saved and receiving more attention from students than usual. But Hose, who is in love with Pansy, still comes daily to the library, making Pansy very uncomfortable. Sun-chan tries to help by asking Pansy to be his girlfriend so as to discourage Hose but Hose is relentless. Joro tries to help also by proposing a challenge with Hose, with the loser cutting all ties with Pansy. The challenge is whoever gets the most barrette (hair clip) from girls will win. He gives the six girls at the library (Pansy, Himawari, Cosmos, Asurano, Cherry, Tsukimi) a barrette each and tells them to either give them to himself or Jose. In addition, whichever high school wins the regional baseball finals gets another vote. The winner of the challenge will be decided after the regional baseball finals. Jose thinks he has the advantage cause four of the girls are his friends but right off the bat, Himawari, Cosmos and Asurano confesses their love to Joro and gives their barrette to Hose. Will Joro succeed? Or is this the end of Joro's relationship with Pansy?
OVA"Our Playball/ Our End Run/ Our Game"
Transcription: "Oretachi no Gēmusetto" (Japanese: 俺たちのゲームセット)
September 2, 2020 (2020-09-02)

On the day of the big game, Sun-chan thinks back to his early time playing baseball, where the rest of his teammates, including his supposed friend Shiba, shun him for his skills and getting all the attention, so he develops his cheerful "Sun-chan" persona to counteract them, fearing being hated by others. Joro recalls the rules of his challenge with Hose, and how the rest of the girls added new stipulations, hindering some of Joro's plans. Himawari, alongside Cosmos and Asurano, calls Joro to meet up with them at the stadium, but he leaves early to hide from them, as everyone being together would result in the end of the competition. As he arrives at the stadium, Sun-chan remembers first meeting Joro in middle school, and how getting a quick glance at Joro's "true self" leads him to recognize him as a kindred spirit and seek to be friends. With the game starting, and after finishing up a favour, Joro meets up with Pansy who asks him how he feels about her, but he's unable to answer as Hose shows up to talk with her. He ends up helping a lost young girl find her sister, running into Cherry who stands her ground about sacrificing her love for Hose's. He bumps into Hose, ready to call everyone together, but leaves to find a better phone service, allowing Joro to sneak away. He comes across another girl looking for a key, which thanks to Sasanqua and her group, they manage to find. He finds Tsukimi but before he can try and convince her, is captured by Himawari and Asurano, as well as Hose, who wants to talk first.

On the bench, Sun-chan remembers back to middle school how Joro stood up to Shiba defending him, making him realize he doesn't put on his fake persona to make others like him, but rather to protect those he cares about. Hose approaches Joro adding a new stipulation to the competition, that whoever loses can never interact with Pansy OR any of her friends either. Hose takes off his mask to reveal that he is fully aware of Cherry and Tsukimi's feelings for him, and how he can't stand how far Joro has gotten for being a "background character" so wants to destroy all of his relationships. Sun-chan recalls the time when the girl he had a crush on confessed her love to Joro to him, while also witnessing Shiba make a move in the baseball game allowing them to score a point. After Tampopo gives him a hat as a good luck charm, he goes to thank Shiba, who apologizes for the way he's treated him all these years due to jealously, which he accepts, given his own personal history with underhanded tricks.

As Joro, Hose, and the girls get together to conclude the competition, Cosmos and Himawari convince Cherry and Tsukimi to be true to their feelings if their relationship means so much, allowing them to confess their love to Hose, which he declines. Cherry gives her barrette to Joro, though Tsukimi gives hers to Hose. With Hose seemingly winning, Joro reveals his secret strategy, that he got Tsubaki, Sasanqua, her friends, and the girls he helped to also give him barrettes, giving him the most. However, Hose reveals he knew about his scheme and called on all the girls at his school to give him barrettes, giving him 98. Hose then reveals to the girls that they can only be with Joro again if they stop being friends with Pansy, which they refuse, making her feel happy. Sun-chan and Tampopo then show up revealing Joro's other secret strategy, with Sun-chan bringing together all the girls from their school to give him barrettes, ending up with 98, completely shocking Hose at how in sync the two actually are. Sun-chan also reveals Nishikizuta won the game, gaining last minute inspiration thanks to a message on the hat from Joro. Desperate to tie, Hose begs Pansy to give him her barrette, with Joro telling her to do what she wants, leading her to transform into her "true form", giving the barrette to Joro and once again confessing her feelings to him, as well as telling Hose to never approach her or her friends ever again.

After Cherry and Tsukimi drag a passed out Hose away, the girls, plus Sasanqua, wait to hear Joro's answer of who he is in love with. He seemingly confesses to Pansy, but then proceeds to confess to Cosmos, Himawari, and Asurano, confusing and annoying them. He declares he wants to be with all of them, having one person for each day of the week, also throwing in Sasanqua for the Friday, so the girls all angrily leave him behind in response. Tsubaki afterwards figures out despite his insistence, he did this to preserve the girls friendship with each other, rather than potentially fracturing it by picking someone. He meets up with Sun-chan with several bags of skewers, as he tells him he wants to share the skewers with him for winning the competition at the pool earlier. The boys enjoy their food together, while the girls watch cheerfully in the shadows, as Sun-chan thinks about all the girls who fell for him eventually fell for Joro, while Joro is the one always by his side, wondering "Are you the only one who loves me?" That night, Joro runs into Pansy, free from her disguise, thanking him for his help and once again asserting her love for him as they walk back home together.


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  2. ^ All English titles are taken from Crunchyroll.


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