Chizuru loves Yuudai; Yuudai loves Chizuru. Yet neither of them can say it clearly because each is uncertain about the other’s feelings and is afraid of being hurt. Trapped by their insecurities in a relationship that’s going nowhere, they drift further and further apart. While Chizuru thinks this is the end of the road, Yuudai struggles desperately to overcome his cowardly nature before he loses what is most important to him. There are two stories to every relationship, but can love survive if they don’t meet halfway?
Have you ever been in a relationship which feels awkward although you are certain you love your partner, and this awkwardness could probably be resolved if only you knew what the other was thinking? Tokyo Marble Chocolate presents Chizuru and Yuudai, two lovers so insecure that they cannot for the life of them communicate their feelings - so the narrative does it for them, with each episode... read more
What I Liked: Animation's bright and sunny and fits the mood of the series. Character designs and animation are fluid and fit the genre. Even though repeated footage was used, it didn't detract from the flow of the story. Good use of parallel storytelling in two parts. What I Didn't: Characterisation was a massive let-down - the protagonists' actions seemed illogical and immature. Every other... read more
|Tokyo Marble Chocolate||2007||TBD|