Tsubaki is a girl who loves making her younger sister's hair pretty every morning, but she doesn't think that kind of style suits herself! The day of her High School Beginning Ceremony, after she failed in being the top student (who usually makes the ceremony speech), she finds herself sitting next to the actual top student of the first years, the worst rude guy ever, Kyouta. She ends up cutting his hair on purpose because of the bad things he says to her. Kyouta demands that Tsubaki pay him back with her body, but Tsubaki fixes his hair instead--making it even shorter! After that, Kyouta unexpectedly kisses Tsubaki and swears that he'll make her his woman.
Kyou, Koi wo Hajimemasu is Minami Kanan's best work by far. I remember starting this series because the cover art was gorgeous (and indeed, Minami-sensei has a beautiful art style). I wonder to myself, if the art was not good, would I have miseed out on such a wonderful shoujo manga? I would deeply regret not reading this. The premise of the story is cliche, good girl falls in love with the bad boy. Hibino is... read more
In my personal opinion, "Kyou, koi wo hajimemasu" is my favourite manga of all times :) . It reflects on real life events for high school students and is highly recommended for teens. The main persona "Tsubaki" is a girl who does not know how to dress herself up to look pretty, the concept of "change" is very evident in this manga. Not knowing how to dress up herself, her time is... read more
Kyou, Koi wo Hajimemasu
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