Chiba Osamu and Arikawa Madoka are in the same middle school class and in the same swimming school on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Although they have many opportunities to talk to each other, they never have for years now. They barely acknowledge each other, even though they have met hundreds of times. But when Osamu learns that Madoka is going to quit swimming school when she starts high school, something emotional starts to grow inside of Osamu. First, it began with nothing more than curiosity, but soon it blossomed into something more real. He has to tell Madoka what he is feeling before he never sees her again.
Anne-Chan Tarou is an one-shot by Fukushima Teppei. The length of this one-shot is 50 pages, within this 50 page, the it filled with cutely drawing, and amazing female lead in my opinion. I will not spoiled this one-shot for you so you got to read this on your own time. It is very quick read and the story is not complicated. Story: The story itself very cute-ish. Ichinose Tarou is a middle schooler, and he is around that age where he think girls are lame, but you can tell his is a tsun-tsun. The story goes that a shrine near by hosting a festival, that they hosted every end of the year, where a boy and girl make a statue of snow and breaking it for to be a good year. Ichinose has been granted the role of the boy, and the girl role is playing the part is Momozono Anne. But I am not going to tell you the full story, because you got to read it yourself. Art: The arts in the one-shot is very cute and good, but nothing to be amazed about if you read constant manga like me. Character: Ichinose, main character, is a tsun-tsun, but we went through that age where we think girl are lame or boy are stupid. He pretty decent character, but sometimes he could be a dick. Anne, the second main character, is obsessed with Ichinose somehow, but I not going to spoiled it, but I got to tell you her action is very cute toward Ichinose, I just like her character so much <3. Ichinose parents and sister are just funny in here too. Overall: Anne-chan Tarou is cute manga and quick read. The female lead and the male lead parents just made this one-shot for me. I recommended you reading this one-shot on your spared time, if you are not busy.
The short version: Awww! It's short and cute. Makes you want to smile. Go read it yourself. Long version: The male lead is a middle schooler, he's at the age where he thinks that "girls are lame". As a part of a festival in a nearby shrine, he is to preform with a girl (breaking a snow statue representing a demon) and for the reasons mentioned above he isn't too happy about that. The girl is totally dere-dere over him and the guy is the tsun-tsun one for a change. It's awfully cute and leaves you with a grin on your face.