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Not to be confused with Volume 4 of Boys Over Flowers Season 2.

"Hello, we're in volume 4 already! I'd like to thank all you faithful readers. The other day, I saw some high schools girls buying Boys Over Flowers vol. 3. It was the first time I'd seen anyone buying my comics. After agonizing over it, I just watched them and thanked them in my heart."
Yoko Kamio, 1993

Boys Over Flowers 4 (花より男子 4 () Hana Yori Dango 4) is the fourth collection of Yoko Kamio's manga, Boys Over Flowers. The volume contains chapters eighteen through twenty-four of the series. It was originally published on August 25, 1993 by Shueisha in Japan.[1] Viz Media translated the volume into English and released it on February 18, 2004.[2]

Rui Hanazawa follows Shizuka Todo to France with Tsukushi Makino's encouragement. Tsukasa Domyoji asks her out on a date, which leads to them being stuck in an elevator for a night. Everyone at Eitoku Academy starts to believe they are dating, leading to a whole host of problems.

Book description

"Shizuka makes a shocking announcement at her birthday party, which could create some very intriguing possibilities for Tsukushi. Could Tsukushi possibly have Rui for herself? Tsukasa, clouded by the sound of flying planes, asks Tsukushi out on a date that goes very, very wrong."
—Viz description[3]

Summary

At Shizuka Todo's birthday party, the press surround her following her announcement to give up her family name and plans to return to France. Shocked, Tsukushi Makino looks to Rui Hanazawa, who leaves after a few words. She then wanders over to where Tsukasa Domyoji is. The air around them remains tense. She apologizes for the other day, though he refuses to do likewise, saying "It's your fault, anyway!" Tsukushi becomes dizzy and leans on Tsukasa's chest, before throwing up on his suit. The next morning, the news about Shizuka is in the newspapers and the talk of Eitoku Academy. Tsukushi starts to think "I might be able to make him mine" now that Shizuka is leaving.[4]

Rui is not surprised by Shizuka's decision and has calmly accepted it. Tsukushi is concerned but holds back her feelings. Tsukasa later suggests that she got drunk the previous night "because [she was] so happy that Shizuka was going away." Tsukushi rushes off, disgusted that she was "scheming." She finds Shizuka and begs her to stay in Japan.[5] Shizuka explains to Tsukushi why she wants to go, wishing not to have any regrets. Once Shizuka leaves, Rui confronts Tsukushi about her interfering, declaring "It's none of your business!" She runs away crying. At the airport, Rui fails to come see off Shizuka. When he does show up, Tsukushi yells at him to "Go after her." He then confirms "I'm taking the next flight."[6]

While watching Rui's plane take off, Tsukasa asks Tsukushi on a date which she does not hear. He later gives her a time and place. That Sunday, Tsukushi spends several hours shopping with her mother. She eventually decides to go see if Tsukasa is actually waiting. When Tsukushi finds him, she feels guilty and offers to treat him to tea.[7] Now stuck in an elevator, Tsukasa leans towards Tsukushi which causes her to pummel him. He does not fight back, leading her to discover he has a fever. Tsukushi begins taking care of him. In the morning, they are found by a construction crew. At school, everyone begins acting nice to Tsukushi. She learns that they believe she is dating Tsukasa after a photo of them was posted.[8]

Neither Tsukushi nor Tsukasa clear up the misunderstanding about them dating. For her part, Tsukushi misses having female friends and decides to take advantage of the situation for a bit. Her classmates take her dancing at a night club. There Tsukushi is approached by a handsome foreigner, who reminds her of Rui. He asks her "How about slipping out of here with me?"[9] The following morning, Tsukushi wakes up alone in a hotel room. She does not remember anything after taking a drink from the guy. Tsukushi goes to school and decides to hide what happened, fearing that she will be bullied again. Later, Sakurako Sanjo invites Tsukushi to her house after expressing a wish to be friends.[10]

Contents

See also: Boys Over Flowers/Chapters

Title page for chapter twenty-one

  • Chapter 18: published in Margaret No.1 in December 1992.[11] Shizuka Todo's decision to forgo her family fortune creates a huge buzz.
  • Chapter 19: Tsukushi Makino asks Shizuka to remain in Japan for Rui Hanazawa's sake. The chapter the last one to be published in 1992.[11]
  • Chapter 20: Rui decides to pursue his love for Shizuka and follows her to France. It was published on January 5, 1993.[11]
  • Chapter 21: It was released in Margaret early February issue.[11] Tsukasa Domyoji asks Tsukushi on a date, but she does not hear him.
  • Chapter 22: Tsukushi ends up trapped in an elevator overnight with Tsukasa. The chapter was released in Margaret No.6 in 1993.[11]
  • Chapter 23: It was published on March 5, 1993.[11] Tsukushi becomes popular now that the whole school believes she is dating Tsukasa.
  • Chapter 24: The chapter follows Tsukushi after she mysteriously wakes up in an empty hotel room. It was released in March 1993.[11]
  • Side-columns: Yoko Kamio discusses taping the first Hana Yori Dango drama CD in detail, her interview with its star Takuya Kimura, having a physical exam, making mistakes in her drawings, and fashion.

Editions

See also: Foreign editions of Boys Over Flowers

Videos

See also: Boys Over Flowers Highlights

Notes

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References

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Boys Over Flowers
Volumes

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Extras

"End of the Century" | "Story of an Encounter" | "The Bored Prince" | "Night of the Crescent Moon"
"Shall I Talk About Myself? Part 1" | "Part 2" | Cafe de Hanadan | Special

Books

Hana Yori Dango: Romantic Story | Hana Yori Dango Illustrations | Hana Yori Dango Love Psychology Analyzed
Hana Yori Dango FF | Hana Yori Dango Step Up English Book

Related pages

Adaptations | Boys Over Flowers Highlights | Collaborations | Foreign editions | Furoku | Girls' Manga Graffiti
International release and reception | My Margaret | Shogakukan Manga Award | Shueisha Girls Remix

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