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Kaminashi Nozomi (17) is an exceptional gymnast. So much so that colleges with some of the best gymnastic programs are trying to recruit her. Unfortunately for them, she has other plans. Due to her family being extremely poor, money is everything to her. That's why she wants to step into the world of "Keijo."
"Keijo" is a type of gambling sport where girls stand on a small floating platform and compete against one another. The aim is to push the other contestant off of the platform into the water, but they are only allowed to use their butt or breasts to push the others off.
Will Nozomi be able to compete in the intense world of "Keijo," become the "Keijo Queen," and bring wealth and fortune for her family?


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Hip Whip Girl

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v.17 c.159 by /a/nonymous 24 days ago
v.17 c.158 by /a/nonymous about 1 month ago
v.16 c.157 by /a/nonymous 9 months ago
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18 Volumes (Complete/Discontinued)

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Average: 6.6 / 10.0 (118 votes)
Bayesian Average: 6.62 / 10.0
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April 4th 2018, 10:30pm PST



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Weekly Pos #555 increased(+126)
Monthly Pos #1117 decreased(-223)
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Year Pos #2035 decreased(-1014)

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Keijo!!!!!!!! Ends 4 months ago
"Keijo!!!!!!!!" Is Now a Real Sport 9 months ago

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Butts/Breasts battles!! It's badass. believe me! Also, it's really funny.   
Rating: N/A
by Swifft
September 11th, 2016, 9:56pm
This manga is stupid as hell but it's no secret. It sounds crazy, but in spite of the completely off-the-wall premise, this is a legitimate sports series with legitimate developments and a good cast of characters. I reviewed this at length and the basic summary of my thoughts is "yeah, the author knows what he's doing" in all the right ways.

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Self-aware and hilarious   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by AbsoluteTrash
August 12th, 2016, 6:48am
I came in expecting a turd that would keep me decently amused for a minute or two but I now leave with actual respect for this manga.

For anyone who calls this stupid, I wholeheartedly agree. It is indeed extremely stupid. But anyone who gives the series a 1.0/10 because it is stupid would be terribly wrong.

The comedy is top notch, mostly due to how ridiculous the sport can be. I mean, with moves like 'Vacuum Ass Cannon' and 'Nipple Spring Throw', it's pretty obvious this is not a serious sports manga and it doesn't treat itself seriously in the slightest. If anything, this manga is hyper self aware and a fantastic parody of other sports manga.

It has all the cliché hallmarks of other sports manga such as 'The Friends Who Start Off As Rivals But Are Touched By The MC's Sincerity' or the 'Other School Team Who Is Badassedly Introduced As Much Stronger But Get Beaten Through Hardwork/Last Minute Asspulls'. However, by putting these clichés through the silly premises, it becomes a refreshing change of pace that I appreciate.

Throw in a decent storyline, extremely likeable characters as well as fantastic blood pumping 'battles' and I think it's safe to say that it's a very solid series that I do not regret reading.

However, it's important to keep an open mind when reading this due to the astronomical amount of T&A involved. I, myself am not partial to large amounts of fanservice but I still largely enjoyed the manga due to the clever uses of said anatomy.

Overall, if you are looking for a philosophical manga of youths struggling to find their footing in the continuously shifting world of sports, you aren't going to find anything of the sort here. But if you are like me and want to laugh your ass off for the entirety of the time spent reading, then you are in for a treat!

... Last updated on August 12th, 2016, 6:54am
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This is very good!   
Rating: N/A
by umichuu
July 13th, 2016, 1:32pm
I suppose I understand why there are so many poor ratings. The manga is absolutely ridiculous. I can see people scoffing at this for being outrageous. Though, I absolutely love it. It's thrilling, sexy, and very entertaining. Excellent art and well written dialogue.
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Surprisingly Good   
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by Uthred
March 16th, 2016, 10:45pm
The sport is of course ridiculous. But once you move past this then you find its actually a fairly solid shounen sports piece. You have all the usual genre elements and plot devices and theyre handled fairly well. It's also quite amusing, plenty of lampooning other anime/manga and poking fun at itself (the Gates of Babylon reference was quality).
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It's a shame the people don't understand the purpose of this work   
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by Diego C Castro
November 30th, 2015, 11:24am
Keijo is a series for fun. The work plays with the ecchi and sport genre together, not limited to put a bit of a each in the other, but mix them in a single, inseparable, making the plot of the series does not exist without both.

Although the narrative is not brilliant, the author's expertise in creating a sports believable and yet so absurd, makes it worth the intriguing journey of how a manga with so much fan service can not only use it intelligently as well with good humor. Unfortunately it is not a work for everyone, but for those who please, will please enough.

Do not get carried away by appearances or superficial impressions. Take a chance.
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Not self-aware and extremely stupid   
Rating: 1.0 / 10.0
by buttplug
October 27th, 2015, 1:07pm
Imagine if rock-paper-scissors was turned into a professional sport, then make a manga out of it. The only real entertainment this manga offers is the ecchi. The comedy seems to only stem from the ridiculous premise, and otherwise nothing else.
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