|Notice: Fudanjuku Monogatari has not had an English release yet, as such the title of this page is currently an unofficial translation.|
Fudanjuku Monogatari (
The manga chronicles the lives of the seven members of the Fudanjuku Club. The first chapter features Kojiro Akazono, while the others each focus on a different member. Tanemura modeled the characters after the male alter-egos of the idol group, Nakano Fujo Sisters. 
- Main article: List of Fudanjuku Monogatari characters
- Main article: List of Fudanjuku Monogatari chapters
Margaret announced in their eleventh issue of 2011 that Arina Tanemura would launch her series Fudanjuku Monogatari in their sixteenth issue in July. On June 16, 2011, Tanemura held a press conference with the members of the idol group Nakano Fujo Sisters. The group inspired her to write a manga featuring their male alter-egos, after she saw them in concert. Fudanjuku Monogatari was Tanemura's first manga published outside of Ribon and also her first work as a freelancer.
Tanemura's Fudanjuku Monogatari was serialized from July to November 2011 in Margaret, ending at seven chapters. Shueisha published the manga in one volume on February 15, 2012. In September 2012, Tanemura briefly returned to the series with a twelve-page special "Jitsuroku! Fudanjuku Monogatari" (
Fudanjuku Monogatari was adapted into a four episode "vomic" (comic with voices) that was released online from February to March 2012. The members of Nakano Fujo Sisters voiced their counterparts.