YOTSUBA [MANGA] | BOOK REVIEW

YOTSUBA

  • Yotsuba is an ongoing Japanese comedy/slice of life manga series by Kiyohiko Azuma.
  • It follows a little girl named Yotsuba and her adoptive father Koiwai, relocating to a new city and neighbourhood.
  • With a total of 86 chapters in 12 volumes, each tells a different day-to-day adventure.
  • For example, adventures like discovering the functions of an air-conditioner, watching the fireworks for the very first time, and visiting the farm.

  • This manga was originally introduced to me by a friend from highschool.
  • At the time, I only read 4 volumes because that was the only ones accessible to me.
  • After so many years, I finally got my hands on the entire volume 1-12 when I was in Japan last year.
  • I bought the original where the dialogs are written in Japanese because the translated ones costed a boom. And What I do is, I read the translated english dialog online then refer back to the physical manga for another good laugh. (tedious but so worth it!)
  • Like the first time I read it in class, the manga’s just as good as I remembered it to be.
  • Beautifully heartwarming, absolutely adorable, and so hilarious I could not say enough good things about this series!
  • It definitely deserves more raves and a no brainer when it comes to giving a 5 star rating on Goodreads.
  • I highly highly recommend it if you’re looking to start reading mangas, Yotsuba is a great one to start with or if you’re simply looking for something light and funny.

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