- "Hello, everyone!! I'm Yoko Kamio. Can you believe it? Volume 37 of Boys Over Flowers is out."
- —Yoko Kamio, 2008
Boys over Flowers: Jewelry Box (
In the first story, after not seeing each other for a year, Tsukushi Makino reunites with Tsukasa Domyoji in France for Shizuka Todo's wedding. The final two stories follow Rui Hanazawa as he contemplates whether he will ever fall in love again. He ends up feeling hopeful about the future.
- "Although Tsukushi Makino is from a poor family, she attends an elite school for the super rich, where her life has become intertwined with the "F4," the ruling boys of the school, in a whirlwind of love and confusion! Boys over Flowers officially ended with volume 36, but Yoko Kamio, one of the most beloved shojo creators of all time, just couldn't stay away from her beloved characters! Jewelry Box contains two short stories that take place one year after the end of Boys over Flowers volume 36. It also contains a section with some of the important events in the series that show the characters maturing, plus a special bonus strip!"
- —Viz description
Tsukushi Makino is about to graduate from Eitoku Academy, and accepts that her family cannot afford college. Also, she has barely heard from her boyfriend, Tsukasa Domyoji since his graduation the previous year. Rui Hanazawa visits Tsukushi's family, when she receives a video call from Tsukasa. A misunderstanding arises after the call is accidentally disconnected. Determined to fix things, Tsukushi flies to Paris with the F3 to attend Shizuka Todo's wedding. While sightseeing alone, a man suddenly attacks Tsukushi. Tsukasa saves her and they return to the church together. There the couple reaffirm their feelings for each other and Tsukasa reveals that he has paid for her to go to college.
In Tuscany, an employee talks to Rui about whether to keep the vineyards or not, but he is uninterested. Shortly later, Tsukasa meets up with Rui to tell him about his plans to propose to Tsukushi. He also tells him about a girl named Kimiko that he should meet. Back in Japan, Rui tells Sojiro Nishikado and Akira Mimasaka about Kimiko and they decide to find her for him. The two guys have no luck finding her, but Tsukushi knows a Kimiko in her class. Afterwards, Rui asks if Tsukushi hopes "things work out" between him and Kimiko. He walks away after realizing he is causing her distress. The next day, Rui goes on a date with Kimiko. He immediately leaves after receiving a call that Tsukushi has been taken to the hospital.
At the hospital, Rui makes an appointment for Tsukushi to have a CAT scan. Before it starts, Tsukasa bursts into the room, having received a voicemail earlier. He proposes to Tsukushi, who refuses, explaining that she has something to clear up first. Akira and Sojiro come to meet with Tsukasa and ask about Kimiko. During the conversation, Rui realizes that Tsukasa has once again mixed up his words, and was not actually talking about a girl. He laughs and later arranges for Tsukushi and Tsukasa to meet at the Leaning Tower of Pisa, where they finally become engaged. Meanwhile back in Tuscany, Rui decides to keep the vineyards in hopes that one day he will be able to share a bottle of wine with his friends.
- Chapter 242: First published in Margaret on July 5, 2006. It follows Tsukushi Makino one year after the F4's graduation.
- "Shall I Talk About Myself? Part 1": The first part of a two-part story released in Margaret No.3-4 in January 2008. Rui Hanazawa contemplates his life and friendship with Tsukushi and Tsukasa.
- "Shall I Talk About Myself? Part 2": The conclusion of Rui's story, which was published in February 2008. Rui comes to terms with his life, realizing the importantance of his friends.
- A Story Full of Ups and Downs: A detailed chronology and history of Boys Over Flowers from 1992 to 2008.
- The Characters Growing Up!: This section details the character development of Tsukushi and the F4.
- Shall We Talk About the Extra Features: Series creator Yoko Kamio talks about the stories in this volume as well as "Story of an Encounter" and "Night of the Crescent Moon."
- Yoko Kamio's Manga Essay: A short manga by Kamio showing how she choose Rui to be the main character of the two-part story.
- See also: Foreign editions of Boys Over Flowers
- France: Glénat released the volume as Hana Yori Dango Tome 37 in June 2009.
- Italy: It was published as Hanayori Dango: Special by Panini Comics on September 24, 2009.
- Spain: Planeta DeAgostini published it with the subtitle Especial on January 19, 2010.
- Taiwan: It was released by Tong Li Comics on August 13, 2008 in Taiwan.
- Thailand: Siam Inter Comics published the volume on August 30, 2008 to coincide with the release of Hana Yori Dango Final in Thailand.
- Vietnam: The volume was released in Vietnamese by Kim Dong on January 11, 2021.
- See also: Boys Over Flowers Highlights
- The illustration was originally used on the cover of Margaret No.3-4 of January 2008, containing "Shall I Talk About Myself? Part 1."
- It debuted at #2 on the Japanese comic rankings and remained in the top three the following week. It was among the best-selling manga in 2008, selling an estimated 815,648 copies.
- It was published three days before the release of the film, Hana Yori Dango Final.
- Despite Viz Media's edition being subtitled "Jewelry Box," it does not include the color illustration section for which it was named for.
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