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Miza Yuuji is the so-called 'beautiful priest' of Uguisuzaka Shopping District. He is loved and respected by all not only for his skills as a Buddhist priest but for his demure demeanor and aura of kindness. While he professes to have pledged himself to priesthood, vowing to remain unmarried and celibate for life...he's harbored a crush on his best friend Saburou ever since middle school. Now that Saburou's back in town to take over his parents' tofu shop after an eight-year absence, Yuuji must deal with feelings he thought he'd forgotten, and that's when he gets drunk one evening in Saburou's presence.
お参りですよ 小僧来参访 诵上爱的经文 A Blessing on Your House! Let's pray with the priest (French) O-mairi Desu yo
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Love the second pairing
Have to disagree with Miray; I love that they focused on Kenji and Yoshito too. I have a huge thing for opposites attract so the second pairing is just awesome! I am not sure which pairing I like the best, but if I look at the whole story both pairings are equally awesome and I hope the mangaka continues to give time to both pairings. Can't wait to see what happens next.
Cute but nothing particularly original about the plot or story. Not to say that it's bad! I was much more interested in the brother though, and when he was paired off with the idiot character I was kind of disappointed... But overall a decent read if you want some fluff.
Honestly? It was a yawn-fest.
This...wasn't my thing. It was okay compared to the average quality of manga (which is often not amazing). I got bored and had to quit reading, though.
The major plot line that really made me lose interest was the buildup to Yuuji losing his virginity. I am uninterested in a dramatic sequence of events with false starts leading up to a character having sex for the first time (either with anyone or with a particular someone). For me, it's a whole lot of drama for something not so interesting. And that's ignoring that I'm of the opinion that 'virginity' is not a real thing (we made it up, folks).
I think it had potential, but it just didn't go anywhere.
I'm not going to rate this because I didn't finish it, but if I were to rate it I might give it a 6.5, 7 tops, because it wasn't horrible, but it certainly wasn't very fun. :/
Kenji is Too Cute
Yuuji and Saburou are cute too of course, but Yocchan's creepiness mixed with Kenji's tsundere attitude are just too much to resist. I keep wanting Kenji to punch out the other guys but he only ends up swearing at them, even though this was what won me over. I don't like tsunderes much since they're just too cliche, but he's adorable and 100% honest. No gold-digger has ever won me over before. But I can't really tell the overall plot like most of this mangaka's work, so it's not perfect. The art is good as always, not too detailed and pretty basic but still adorable. If you're looking for plot go somewhere else.
If you don't like this, shame on you
I really cannot deny that this was unbelievably cute. This will make your heart swell not only because the characters are adorable but because the development of this is all too perfect, you cannot possibly shun this in the dark. The characters have great personalities, even the side characters are interesting!
Nothing deep, nothing sooo well written but it sure as hell fucking cute and gets you hooked. Besides, it is funny as hell. The art is beautiul
1st story from this author i dont like
Spoiler (mouse over to view)
Apparently the two main characters are childhood friends, however Saburou stops talking to Yuuji because he finds out he is gay. But this is never dealt with, and they never talk about it again. And Saburou is stunned that Yuuji has feelings for him.
this has to be the one manga from this author that i dont like. it is all over the place. the main plot is the two main characters having sex. so we have to watch them get close to having sex and being stopped over, and over. its getting boring and i just want them to do it and get it over with. im on the 4th volume, they once again try to have sex, and Saburou gets nauseous (because he was getting a BJ and yuuji used his teeth) and they have to stop/ =/ i dont mind stories where the characters wait to have sex, but when its the main focus of the story, it becomes tedious. by the end of vol 4 they still have not gone all the way.
By the 4th volume, the two main characters are thrown aside and the focus goes to the brother and the dry cleaning guy. a characters i wasnt interested in. i do like the brother, but i found the dry cleaning guy to be creepy. the brother of the main character has a bunch of guys in love with him. i dont really like Yoshito, who is a guy in love with the brother. he works as a clothes cleaner and creepily sniffs the brothers clothes before washing them. which creeps me out. nothing is really happening and towards the end another character is in love with the brother. It bugged me that they added in an ex that is married. Kenjis ex is very sleazy, the guy made out with Kenji even though he is a married man. I dont get the point of wasting time on a character like him.
... Last updated on April 23rd, 2016, 3:33pm
updates please !!! >.<
another hilarious and sweet work fr. yawamoto-sensei <3 !! This is not as funny as honto yajuu but definitely would make you laugh . . i really love all of sensei's work. . the only problem ---- slow updates > !!
i know it's hard and all for d scanlators , but still --- :'( . . if only i could understand kanji/hirragana i'd love helping you guys . . . soo -- hang in there !!! ganbare !!
edit / PS : I'd also love if sensei would make a sidestory for kenji and yocchan -- their pairing's just too cute !!! <3 <3
... Last updated on March 30th, 2014, 8:50pm
So the first chapter really got me hooked. I fell in love with art right away, I was getting enthusiastic about the characters, the pace was a little quick from the get go but I kept focused, thinking -- the hell with it, more time for love. Everything was going swell. Then something awkward happened.
There was this guy, Yoshito or something, whose presence grew stronger and stronger from page to page. Likewise with the older brother. At first I thought I'd just put up with them for the time being, since they were being funny and all... but then the third-wheel appears. All of a sudden I don't even know whose story I'm reading about. I try to recall and I get this idea of a very charming, very sweet priest and a stern, straightforward young man who the former just confessed to. Weren't they the main characters? And who's this dude with glasses? Why do I care? And the cleaner -- Yoshito, is it? Why is always popping out of nowhere, what does he want, where does he come from? Again: why do I care? And then, to top it all, every now and again you're given these little pieces of nothings of the two guys you ACTUALLY care about that lead you nowhere (I don't mean the part they can't go past the kissing, of course) because all the others keep stealing the page. For some f-cking reason!
Oh my god! Way to ruin a perfectly satisfying reading. I've never been this angry at a spoiled story before.
Thank god for chapter 5.2. It was all about Saburou and Yuuji and it was sweet and funny and I really, genuinely enjoyed it. Because this is how it works. You don't just prepare the readers for this or that narrative and then randomly decide to change your focus. Side characters are side characters, they are not suppose to shove the protagonist out of the picture -- not intentionally. Of course it may happen when the main character is as interesting as a rock but that wasn't even the case here. Indeed, this second couple - although I do like the characters, separately - are so cliché and predictable it's not even entertaining when they show up in tandem.
I liked Saburou and Yuuji so, so much. I loved the awkwardness and even their lovey-dovey moments were freaking cute. Of course there was a lot of stupidity going on but that's part of their appeal, I think. The plot itself (I mean, the trying to move on to the next level and not being able to for whatever reason) is not absolutely new, but I think it works quite well in their case. It's probably the chemistry between them. But I really can't look past the older-brother's issue. I mean, for crying out loud, there's a forth guy on it too? Two weren't boring enough already?
The author should've stuck to the original idea (or at least what I make of it as the original idea). The cliff-hanger is not even a cliff-hanger to me. I just felt almost heart-broken that the chapter ended there, as if those were the real main characters of the story, not Yuuji and Satorou. I don't even know if I'm looking forward for an update or not, seeing as this second plot will probably drag on for while.
Mixed feelings. Mixed feelings indeed.
I'll wait for it to end so I can rate it.
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