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Kippei Katakura is a 17-year-old playboy who spends his time chasing girls, careless of their feelings. But when his 5-year-old cousin Yuzuyu comes to live with his family after her mother's sudden disappearance, Kippei is put in charge of taking care of her. 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...
宝贝我爱你 愛してるぜベイベ 愛してるぜベイベ★★ 親親寶貝 รักเธอ BABY Ai Baby Aishiteruze Baby★★ Baby, My Love Em bé đáng yêu
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I haven't fully read the manga yet so will base this on the anime that have seen all of this is excellent really heart worming in parts and very funny in offers to, Its a great anima I think all would enjoy.
Should add comedy to the genera options.
worth the time!!
it's very cute, a bishounen taking care of a little girl, in the sweetest way possible <33 very good... but personally, i think the ending could've been better
I love aishiteruze baby
I haven't finnished reading it yet but i am so into it. I love the charicters and Yuzuyu is too cute!! I don't see much children chariters in manga's but she is definintaly a cute one. And so is Kippei he hot! lol but i really recomend this one.
One of the best mangas shoujo/drama like. The story/art/characters are great. Cute ;x
Didnt gave 10 because i think the end was to rushed.
A decent read, or more like a cute read. I'm not really a fan of typical shoujo-isc art but I liked it either way. It's a nice something to pick up and read and give you a little pick me up through the day. Makes you go "awww, how cute"
a must read
one of my favorite manga. isn't Yuzuyu cute??!!! lol.. anywaiz.. this manga is a must read!
It was a cute story. Only reason I rated it a 9 and not a 10 was because it was cute too short. Some more explaining needed to be done by the author, instead of a small letter. Nice story, a good plot, nicely drawn characters :), not too much romance, and an emotional attachment included.
Really liked it... but the ending was disappointing.
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Hello everyone, i really really liked this series i loved it from volume 1 to probably 5, and i especially liked the bit when Kippei's sister tells him she's unable to have children. I thought that was really unexpected and it was so said and touching what she said. But i was soooo disappointed by the ending of the series, like another members has mentioned before it ended too quickly and it didn't explain what happened to Kippei and Kokoro, nor does it really talk about Yuzuyu anymore...i think the series could've ended a lot better if the author had another one or two volumes, not to make the series longer but maybe just explain things a bit better and not just cut it off as soon as Yuzuyu leaves Kippie and just writes him a letter and expect us to guess lol but overall still a good series and worth reading if you have some free time :D! See you!
very cute and very nice
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a very nice manga show a guy that knows everything about the opposite sex suddenly lost his way to deal with his little cousin who is only 5 (correct me if i m wrong). The ending is quite sudden, the choice he chose for his cousin's future was pretty sad and not obvious, but over all, i like this ending much better than the anime's ending of the same title which didn't quite finish the show.
A great manga about a playboy's relationship to his (much) younger cousin whom he suddently must take care of. There's plenty of romance along the way.
I'm a bit dissapointed by the ending though, but not because it's sad. It just seemed to cut short and there were some details that were left out. The ending is of a "jump to the future" variety (which I like), but only the very basic of the main plot is developped in it; none of the characters' status/situation/etc are shown in the ending. It only addresses the core of the story. The ending is more Ichigo 100% (with even less details!) and less, much less, Kare Kano.