“Taste” by Department, published in 2004.
“My Favourite” by Kiseki Museum, published 1998.
“Christmas no Kusuri” by Kasen Land.
You see Makoto far too seldom in the doujinshi world (which is mainly obsessed with Haruka/Michiru or Usagi, lol). This is “Rose Thymus” By Far East Cafe Club, published in 1994.
“Oryouri Ganbaruzo!” by Paraguay Do.
A truly beautiful cover by Body Talk, “Ever Green” published 1994. It surpriesed me when I learned that Jupiter’s element was wood, Ive always thought it was thunder.. :P
(Source: Yahoo! Japan)
Makoto on the cover “Ever Green 5”, published 1996. Circle isn’t mentioned, but I put my guess on the Body Talk-circle (altrough the artwork looks abit different), since Body Talk published a Makoto-centred doujinshi called “Ever Green” in 1994.
Backside of “ぼんの～(仮)”.
“Bonno(仮)” -ぼんの～(仮) by Copper gold circle/金銀銅丸/. Year Unknown.
Ami x Makoto.
“Princess Moon ni Onegai” by Studio Magic Land, published 1993.