Yuzuyu is the cutest toddler ever, Kippei is the kind of guy that most men would want to be like. It shows how our lives can be changed in a matter o a minute. Kippei is unhappy that Yuzuyu has a crush on him. Later Yuzu and Kippei see Shouta's family moving out. Kippei, his family, and Kokoro look for her. Kippei finally finds Yuzu late at night. While Yuzu is waiting, the stalker comes to pick on her some more.
When I picked this book up, I thought that I wouldn't like it. Though I sure hope it was implied. I liked the plot and I liked the children - I love manga like this with sweet children or animals - but I had to think my rating over. Shouta loves his family dearly, however he has been abused by his mother for some time. Katakura Kippei is in every way a high school playboy. As Kippei gets to know Yuzuyu and starts to understand how she feels, he also begins to realize that all girls were like Yuzuyu once.
Overall it was a pleasant and nice reading experience. Akari confides in Kippei which, among other things, results in trouble. She intends to come back once she can be a proper mother to Yuzuyu. Other than the two main characters, I also like Marika. Miki goes back and tricks Yuzu into leaving with her. I really like the anime and I do think there ought to be more anime and manga with children! All in all, this one really isn't my thing. Kippei convinces Kokoro to pick up Yuzu from preschool so Kokoro and Yuzu can have some time together.
At her apartment, Kokoro tells Kippei she doesn't want to get any closer to him. This is not the case, however, and she feels extremely lonely living by herself with no one else to rely on. Why would you leave your 5 year old daughter on her own? She has a secret which she reveals to Kippei late in the series that she cannot have any children. The fact that a lot of the characters look markedly similar, maybe even to the point of confusion, brings its grade down. Kippei is a complete jerk except for when he's with Yuzu. Worst ever: 4 votes sub:4 Seen in part or in whole by 3270 users, rank: 312 of 7615 Median rating: Very good Arithmetic mean: 7. A high school playboy finds himself the sole caretaker of his little cousin after his aunt skips town He lives with his entire family, but with three adults in the house, plus him and his little brother, apparently, he's the only one who has to do anything to care for this little girl! At the end of volume six, for a brief time, Kokoro believes she's pregnant, only to find out that it was a false alarm.
Only Kippei and Yuzuyu spoke with emotion, while the rest specially Kokoro were bland. The clothes Kippei, Yuzu, Kokoro and Miki would wear are really cute and I think this is what they wear in Japan right now too. His life is turned upside down when one day his 5-year old cousin Yuzuyu shows up at his house after her mother had seemingly abandoned her. Each season, our team of critics reviews around 20 new and continuing anime. Yuzu says she's going to wear the new pajamas, but she's still going to keep the old ones. Class seats are changed, and Kippei ends up sitting next to Kokoro.
Both the manga and anime have been praised for successfully mixing serious issues with a light-hearted tone. In short, I really like this anime, and I look forward to seeing more of it. From Viz: Kippei Katakura is a 17-year-old playboy who spends his time chasing girls, careless of their feelings. The serial chapters were collected in seven volumes under the Ribon Mascot Comics imprint. The mom came home in the end, and the girl is getting picked on for no reason, just because the mom left for a couple of days.
What the Hell did I just read? In addition, he cares for Yuzuyu's psychological well-being in the absence of her mother. We all know it wasn't a business trip, she was probably doing something really bad that the author won't revile till the end. Kippei buys Yuzu new pajamas, but Yuzu still wants to wear the old ones. The girls at school miss their quality time with Kippei, and one decides to play dirty to get him back. She's cute, but not sugary sweet, and watching her bond with Kippei and the rest of the family is a joy to watch. For more manga and anime reviews, please check out. At the end of volume seven, Yuzuyu is a happy teenager who has reunited with her childhood friend, Shouta.
I understand it is their opinion and I'm not blaming them for that. The relationship Kippei then establishes with his classmate Kokoro felt real and did not have the cliché Shoujo-mush. I recommend this anime for everyone who wants to watch something touching. Kippei, the main character, is a horny 17-year-old no surprise there , and has no idea how Overall Rating: C+ Synopsis: Kippei Katakura is a 17-year-old playboy who spends his time chasing girls, careless of their feelings. Volume 4 of the manga is mostly Miki's story. Kippei is greatly affected by Shouta's being abused and tries to help by talking to the child's mother. Near the end of the story it is assumed that Ayumi and Satsuki are in a relationship.
I thought it was going to be an extreme, lolicon anime. When Kippei and Yuzu are returning home from the market, they see Kokoro at her new apartment. But for some reason I just couldn't get enough of it! With Kippei's lack of responsibility and knowledge of childcare and Yuzuyu's injured heart with the disappearance of her mother, their time together is in for a bumpy ride. Although Kippei appears to be a lazy bum, he does care for Yuzuyu and looks out for her, and tries to take his job seriously. When Yuzuyu meets Kokoro, she is scared Kokoro will take Kippei away from her. My favorite character was Yuzuyu just because she was so cute and friendly to everyone.
Not only does Kippei wake up early every day to make Yuzuyu lunch, he walks her to and from her preschool. Technically the characters have a particular drawing style in which the drawings and animation are watchable but not on par with the latest animes. Although he doesn't like children in general, he gets along with Yuzuyu very well. She is the older sister of Aunt Miyako. Spending his days flirting with any female he can see, responsibility is the last thing on his mind. If someone des I think half the reason I liked this book is because Yuzu is so darn cute! I think most of the stars I'm giving this are because f the drawing style, which makes baby Yuzu, with her big eyes and sweet smile, the cutest manga character I've seen.