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Mizuho Miyanokouji is a nice guy from a rich family. When he hears that his grandfather left behind a request in his will, he's happy to oblige. Though he becomes a little less enthusiastic when he finds out that that said request is for him to disguise himself as a girl and attend a specific private girls' school. Don't worry, it's all explained later...

Now he has to deal with keeping his gender a secret, helping the girls who admire "her", and learning how to be a better person.

Based on the shoujo-ai visual novel by Caramel Box, although it is more closely related to the Otokonoko Genre than the Yuri Genre.

Compare and contrast Maria Holic. Incidentally, both series have a character called Mariya.

Now has a sequel, Otome wa Boku ni Koishiteru ~Futari no Elder~, Was released on June 30, 2010, which will be receiving an anime version itself.

Tropes used in Otome wa Boku ni Koishiteru include:

Episode 13, the OVA, provides examples of:

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