Iris on Rainy Days
Iris on Rainy Days (雨の日のアイリス / Ame no Hi no Iris) is a light novel written by Takeshi Matsuyama and illustrated by Hirasato. The novel is ranked 10th in the "This Light Novel is Great! 2012 (このライトノベルがすごい! 2012)" ranking.
Iris on Rainy Days is available in the following languages:
- Belarusian (Беларуская)
- Russian (Русский)
- French (Français)
- Spanish (Español)
- Italian (Italiano)
- Bahasa (Indonesia)
- 1 Story Synopsis
- 2 Characters Introduction
- 3 Translation
- 4 Updates
- 5 Iris on Rainy Days (Full Text - ePUB)
- 6 Short Stories
- 7 Project Staff
- 8 Series Overview
The story is centred around a cute android who initially had a happy life with her master who dearly loved her. But she was then struck by a series of misfortunes and ended up in a robot-equivalent of a concentration camp. Through experiencing and witnessing the sufferings towards herself as well as the people/robots around her, she eventually gained a better appreciation of life.
Iris Rain Umbrella
A cute android who lives a happy and peaceful life with her master, Wendy von Umbrella, but then one day...
Wendy von Umbrella
A famous scientist in robotics and Iris's master. She really likes teasing poor Iris.
A joyful and friendly android who is also sharp-tongued. She quickly becomes friends with Iris.
A huge robot with a stuttering voice and slow and clumsy motions. He seems to get along well with Lilith.
Those who wish to contribute are asked to first notify a supervisor beforehand.
Translators are asked to register which chapters they're working on
Every Chapter (after editing) must conform to the general format guidelines.
- June 15, 2011 - Teaser page created. Forum translations by DNK uploaded.
- January 13, 2012 - Iris on Rainy Days project completed. Credits to Zephyrus for the single-handed translation.
- March 6, 2014 - SS My Homework completed.
Chapter 1 – Dismantling
Chapter 2 – Rebirth
Chapter 3 – Execution
Chapter 4 – Letters
Rock96 - occasionally drop by and edit small parts.
- 雨の日のアイリス / Ame no Hi no Iris (10 May 2011, ISBN 978-4048705301)