Hana no Yomeiri

Hana no Yomeiri ~ Amazake-kitan Hakuja-roku ~

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Natsume (棗芽)
CV: 河村眞人

Marriage of the Flower Bridge ~ Mysterious Stories of Fermented Rice Wine: White Snake Record ~

“Even though it’s a strange place, it’s like a birthplace for me.”

Natsume, a jewelry designer, was reserved about his marriage with you.

While he worked, he also personally designed your ring and tiara, but he started to show uneasiness as the preparations continued. The reason why was because he still hid how he was the “spirit vessel of the White Snake God”.

However, due to an occasion, you both stepped into the world of the White Snake God and Natsume showed you his true form…

Thank you to anonymous for the commission, especially because this is one of my favorites in the series. MORE. MONSTER [REDACTED]! R18 warning and, if you squint, bestiality. You can also get this on DLsite.

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Hana no Yomeiri ~ Momozake-kitan Tengu-roku ~

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Gajiro (雅白)
CV: 冬ノ熊肉

Marriage of the Flower Bride ~ Mysterious Stories of Peach Wine: Tengu Record ~

“So long as you are by my side, I shall make you however beautiful you wish to be.”

Due to the tradition of your village, you were to be married to the tengu, Gajiro.

Your energy was exhausted through the days your body was coveted in order to create a tengu child and you collapsed.

Finally understanding the differences between human and tengu, Gajiro began treating you gently and you slowly opened your heart to him, embracing these warm feelings. However, you were concerned about your family who remained in the village—

Thanks to Madame for another commission! R18 warning and some lactation in the tokuten. I love this series, by the way, and wholeheartedly recommend the other two. The last one is especially good if you enjoy Hades/Persephone vibes.

Note1: Tengus are supernatural creatures, sort of like spirits. They used to have a bad reputation but now they’re mostly seen as protectors of mountains and forests.

Note2: I scratched my head over the name. It should read more like “Marriage of the Flower” but the heroine is human. I believe they’re playing with the fact that the word for “bride (hanayome; 花嫁)” is literally “flower wife”.

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