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One Room of Happiness

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(Sachiiro no Wan Rūmu)
Written byHakuri
Published bySquare Enix
English publisherCrunchyroll
ImprintGangan Comics Pixiv
Original run22 February 201721 December 2022
Television drama
Directed byRyûichi Honda, Kyōhei Tamazawa
Original networkTV Asahi
Original run 8 July 2018 23 September 2018

One Room of Happiness (幸色のワンルーム, Sachiiro no One Room, transl. "Happiness-colored One Room") is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hakuri. The manga was first published in Square Enix and Pixiv's trang web manga magazine Gangan Pixiv since February 22, 2017 and reached more than vãn 75 million viewers as of June 2017.[1] A television drama adaptation starring Anna Yamada and Shūhei Uesugi premiered on TV Asahi July 8, 2018.[1] The official English title of the drama adaptation is A Little Room for Hope.[2]


An unnamed 14-year-old girl who is physically abused by her parents, sexually abused by her teacher, and bullied by her classmates decides lớn commit suicide, but is stopped by an unnamed man who always wears a mask. She decides lớn lập cập away lớn live with the man and begins calling him "Mister." He gives her the name Sachi, meaning happiness. The police treat her disappearance as a kidnapping, and begin searching for the two. They make a pact that if they can escape from the police they will get married, but if they get caught they will kết thúc their life.

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Mister (お兄さん, Onii-san)
Portrayed by: Shuhei Uesugi[1]
This character whose name and age are unknown is a man who always covers his face with a mask, and is notable for his silver-colored hair. He first appears as Sachi's "stalker"—he took a lot of pictures of her and put them on a wall at his trang chủ. After saving Sachi from committing suicide, he decided lớn give Sachi a chance lớn "taste happiness" while doubting whether what he does—kidnapping her—is the right thing lớn bởi. He reveals in chapter 43 that he was once called Haru.
Sachi ()
Portrayed by: Inori Minase (TVCM),[3] Anna Yamada (TV series)[1]
Sachi is a 14-year-old victim of her abusive parents and was bullied by her friends at school. Sick of her own life, she decides lớn kết thúc her own life before the "older brother" saved her life. Her current name is given by the "Mister," and the kanji of her name comes from the word "happiness," which Sachi always adored.



11 compilation volumes have been released. The series concluded with its 11th installment in December 2022. Crunchyroll licensed the manga for English publication.[4]

Volume list[edit]

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN
1 22 February 2017[5]978-4757552647
2 22 July 2017[6]978-4757554108
3 22 November 2017[7]978-4757555266
4 22 March 2018[8]978-4757556614
5 21 September 2018[9]978-4757558496
6 22 February 2019[10]978-4757560154
7 21 September 2019[11]978-4757562219
8 22 June 2020[12]978-4757566712
9 21 May 2021[13]978-4757572621
10 trăng tròn May 2022
11 21 December 2022

Television drama[edit]

A live-action drama adaptation started broadcasting on July 8, 2018 in TV Asahi. The drama starred Anna Yamada and Shuhei Uesugi as Sachi and "Older brother" respectively.[1] It is the second work lớn be aired in TV Asahi's "Drama L" slot.[14] Five-piece band Flow performs the theme tuy nhiên titled "Neiro" (音色, transl. "Sound-colored")


In 2017, the series won third place in Pixiv and Nippon Shuppan Hanbai, Inc's Web Manga General Election.[1]


External links[edit]

  • Official page at Pixiv Comic (in Japanese)
  • Live action official trang web (in Japanese)