My panel for Sono Hanabira ni Kuchizuke wo at Otakon 2012 (27-29 July) has been accepted under the name “A Kiss For The Petals”. Scheduling details will be released in the weeks leading to the convention. You can confirm its status on the panel roster. The following is the updated description for the panel based on that from Nekocon 14.
Those looking for yuri that goes beyond subtext know the frustration of finding one of the few titles advertised as such, only to find off-putting hardcore elements such as foreign objects, unusual anatomy, and worst of all, men. In 2006, the doujin circle Fuguriya decided to simply give what yuri hentai fans have been wishing for. Their flagship title, Sono Hanabira ni Kuchizuke wo, or A Kiss For The Petals as it’s known in English, featured the story of two high school girls in love without letting anything get in the way. Now spanning 11 eroge (five of which have been translated into English by fans), 12 light novels, five drama CDs, a YouTube mini-drama series, a web radio show, an anime OVA, and a doujin manga series, A Kiss For The Petals rose from a single yuri eroge that dared to go against the norm to an internationally acclaimed exemplar of untainted girls love. If you think all yuri has to be either subtext or appalling, come in and learn about the biggest yuri doujin series you’ve never heard of.