Top 10 Yaoi Omegaverse Manga [Best Recommendations]

The amazing world of yaoi includes a lot of subgenres to please the readers in a wide range of ways. In this opportunity, we’ll take a look at some omegaverse manga, where men and women are divided between alphas, betas, and omegas. If you like stories of love and passion between men, then look no further, we have what you’ve been searching for!

10. Bokura ga Tsugai Ni Naru Made

  • Authors: Gomouriki
  • Volumes: 1
  • Published: Aug. 2016 - Apr. 2017

Haruki comes from a poor household and, as the eldest son, takes it upon himself to earn enough money to help his parents. Even though he has multiple part-time jobs, he still manages to find some time to study and keep his position as the top student in his class. One day, while Haruki was studying at the school library, a first-year student corners him and questions him about his second gender.

Reo has both good grades and good looks, but he also has a nasty personality. He falls for Haruki and stalks him every day, trying to convince him to become a bonded pair. Obviously, Haruki wants nothing to do with it as he already has enough with his irresponsible parents... not to mention his always increasing amount of siblings! Bokura ga Tsugai ni Naru Made shows an omega trying to resist the weight of fate and a stubborn alpha who’s just not taking a 'no' for an answer.


9. Kekkon shite Kudasai!

  • Authors: Ichiro Tsurugi
  • Volumes: 1
  • Published: Sep. 2017 - Feb. 2018

Kairi is a new employee at a company that arranges marriages for alphas, and though his success rate is very high, everything changes when Haruomi, a wealthy alpha, becomes Kairi’s new client. The latter doesn’t appear interested in getting married and is always rejecting the partners that Kairi sets him up with; however, he never misses a chance to flirt with Kairi. Will he be able to find the perfect partner for his client?

It’s not usual to find an omega in a powerful position when it comes to omegaverse manga, so we’re really pleased to see that Kairi is not looked down on because of his second gender. Haruomi, on the other hand, is tired of being praised just because he’s an alpha, and being next to Kairi makes him feel at ease and in peace with himself. The story is fluffy, the art is extremely gorgeous, and the scenes where the two are together in a bedroom… breathtaking!


8. Tadaima, Okaeri

  • Authors: Ichi Ichikawa
  • Volumes: 1+
  • Published: Nov. 2015 - ongoing

Masaki is a quiet omega married to Hiromu, an alpha. They have a son named Hikari and they move to a new neighborhood to raise him in a nice atmosphere. Tadaima, Okaeri tells the story of this couple as they go about their daily lives.

Even though this story seems relaxing and cute, it still offers a heavy dose of drama. Masaki doesn’t want to be a burden and tries to keep himself away from Hiromu’s family, and Hiromu knows that his partner is hurting but he doesn’t know how to help him. Luckily for us, Hikaru is there to brighten his parents’ days and make us readers smile. Along the way, new people will enter this family’s life, forming deep friendships and facing hardships together.


7. Sore Demo Suki Desu Kasahara-san

  • Authors: Omaru
  • Volumes: 1
  • Published: Oct. 2016 - Mar. 2017

Akiyama is always being forced to do extra work because, being an alpha, he’s supposed to be better at everything than everyone else. He’s frustrated and tired of the way people treat him at the company, so he gets drunk at a pub and vents all his problems to Kasahara. Soon, Akiyama discovers that Kasahara also expects him to do something for him, except it has nothing to do with paperwork…

This manga is refreshing because it gives us a different take on an overused omegaverse trope: here, it’s not the omega who’s pushed around but the alpha. Akiyama is expected to do all the heavy work in the company, and he receives no help from his colleagues. Kasahara makes him feel comfortable and at ease until he discovers that he’s an omega who just wants to be bitten by an alpha... something that, at first, turns Akiyama off, but things start to change. This manga avoids the typical “alpha can’t control himself and rapes the omega” trope, and delivers a cute and funny story about two people who can’t seem to express their feelings for each other.


6. Kedamono Arashi

  • Authors: Morry Kuroi
  • Volumes: 1
  • Published: Aug. 2017 - Feb. 2018

In this world, apart from regular human beings, there are also “beasts”. They have animal-like ears and tails, and a same-sex couple of this species can actually have kids. Akira is a beast doctor, in charge of looking after people of his kind in a hospital owned by Sougo, an elite alpha with really strong pheromones. The relationship between them? Akira despises Sougo because he leads a life of sex with multiple partners and a careless approach to things.

What starts as nothing but a game for Sougo, soon turns into a whole different thing. Kedamono Arashi has an appealing art-style and a cute story that definitely keeps you hooked. Sougo is a handsome man who's determined to have the beast doctor no matter what, and on the other hand, Akira is everything but interested in a man like Sougo. However, when his body reacts to the power of pheromones, he can’t help but fall victim to Sougo's charms! Trust us. Animal features and handsome characters are a persuasive combination!


5. Omae no Koi wa Ore no Mono

  • Authors: Honoji Tokita
  • Volumes: 1
  • Published: November 2017 to February 2017

The captains of the karate and judo clubs are always fighting to see which club is better. Ryuuji and Tsubaki can’t seem to get along, and they’re always trying to find ways to show each other that their club has the most competent members. When Ryuuji walks into Tsubaki getting changed for practice, he can’t help but notice his smooth and white skin. Flustered, he starts to put some distance between him and the captain of the judo club, but Tsubaki takes this opportunity to tease Ryuuji by hugging and touching him.

Is there anything better than two hot, well-built guys constantly fighting and bickering? Yes! These two guys going all out after a heated argument! Omae no Koi wa Ore no Mono doesn’t focus on these two being alpha and omega, but rather in their relationship as individuals regardless of their second gender. The sexual tension between these two is so strong that one can’t help but want them to end up going at it on the floor of the club room... or anywhere, honestly.


4. Ou-sama to Puppy Love

  • Authors: Mikuro Noichi
  • Volumes: 1
  • Published: Oct. 2018 - Apr. 2019

It certainly is complicated to engage in an intimate relationship when you’re a neat freak, but that doesn’t bother Souichirou, a hardworking omega who's just not interested in finding love. Despite his good looks, he just wants to lead a peaceful life working and hanging out with his friends, but all that changes when an attractive foreigner visits the company that Souichirou works for.

In Ou-sama to Puppy Love, the main characters are destined to be together, or what we omegaverse lovers like to call a fated pair. When Souichirou’s path crosses King Alec’s, he starts to feel dizzy, like he’s about to pass out. Alec is an alpha, but he’s oblivious to that fact because he comes from a country where there are no omegas... which means that he's also unaware of Souichirou’s condition. The two lovers will have to overcome some obstacles if they really want to be together, but they’ll get their happy ending. And if you are wondering why omegaverse manga is popular among people who love stories with little kids, you’ll find the answer in the last chapter of this one!


3. Okusama wa Alpha

  • Authors: Fuyu Natsushita
  • Volumes: 1
  • Published: Sep. 2018 - Feb. 2019

A prestigious household is in deep debt, and a wealthy one wants to have some recognition; that’s why the Tachigami and the Isaka agree to arrange a marriage between their eldest sons. At first, Takaomi and Kazumasa go about their daily lives without even trying to interact, but when they start to develop feelings for each other and it’s time to take the relationship to the next level, a problem arises: they’re both exclusively seme!

Although commonly, omegaverse revolves around an alpha-omega couple, sometimes we get to read a story where both are alphas... but this, of course, can lead to some troubles. As we know, alphas are used to being the dominant partner in a relationship, so what happens when both men refuse to be on the receiving end of things?! In the end, Kazumasa and Takaomi reach an agreement, with Kazumasa being forced to accept his new role as the uke. Okusama wa Alpha is a cute story, with enough sexy moments to make you beg for more.


2. Megumi to Tsugumi

  • Authors: Mitsuru Si
  • Volumes: 1+
  • Published: December 2017 - ongoing

Tsugumi doesn’t believe in taking suppressants to control his heat, believing himself able to do just fine thanks to his strong willpower. So, if he can control himself, why can’t alphas do the same? Tsugumi hates alphas, and he’s determined to kill them all! But then he meets Megumi, and the omega’s world is turned upside down.

This is a funny manga about a stubborn omega who refuses to take suppressants and an alpha that can’t get his feelings across. Tsugumi is not your typical uke, as he doesn’t want to be pinned down and hates it when Megumi tries to kiss him. He usually gets into fights and is always carrying a steel pipe around, just in case he runs into any alpha. Megumi, however, is an alpha that strangely respects Tsugumi’s wishes and tries his best to win this omega’s love. Will he be able to do that?


1. Kirai de Isasete

  • Authors: Hijiki
  • Volumes: 1+
  • Published: October 2018 to March 2019

Everything was fine in Naoto's life until a group of alphas changed everything. Scared, this omega decided that, as long as he had his little daughter Shizuku, he didn’t need a bond or a lifetime partner. But after meeting Hazuki at a matchmaking party, he realizes that maybe not all alphas are bad...

Kirai de Isasete explores the trauma that Naoto has to live with after being raped by a group of alphas and, as a result, getting pregnant. Like any other omega, he’s aware of the fact that alphas are only after one thing—their own pleasure—and once they’re done, they leave without looking back. Hazuki is a calm and collected alpha that falls in love at first sight with Naoto, and he accepts not only him but his past. The two form a bond and start living together as a family, yet Naoto is far from having a happy ending... primarily because of someone from the past suddenly showing up.


Final Thoughts

The world of omegaverse grows day by day, with new stories being published constantly. Manga like these allow us, the readers, to have everything we’ve ever wanted but couldn’t find in a traditional yaoi manga: a couple that loves each other starting a family and being able to have kids of their own.

But the question is, what are YOUR favorite omegaverse manga? Let us know in the comments!

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