Akemitsu Akegami was always told by his father that "no one can live alone"...but he's sure determined. After all, his father sure wasn't saying it with the best intentions, and Akemitsu has no desire to become like that creep. But when a chance encounter with a young woman leaves him with thoughts that are all too impure, he decides to do what he must—become a Buddhist monk and renounce worldly ways. But the temple he decides to devote himself to... is full of women? And that same young woman is there, too?? What's a guy to do?
A well rounded comedy with compelling, consistent characters that grow and evolve as the series goes on. The story has more to it than I gave it credit for in my first readthrough and is surprisingly insightful in regards to a little known aspect of Japanese culture: Zen Bhudism as a practicing religion. From the same artist as Grand Blue, meaning there'll be eccentric charcters with both subtle and (very) melodramatic expressions as well as gorgeous scenery. Lewd as all hell, but also heartwarming and filled with substantive dialouge and legitemate laugh out loud moments. I encourage anyone with a sense of humour to check it out
2 chapters. I quit. All I can say is. This is stupid. Starts out serious with a plot and a will. He has a life code that he sticks to and won't be like his father pledging it to the world and, the Next chapter just dumps it. An unnaturall series of events that you can't even understand. AND HE FUCKING YELLS 24/7! (If he has 10 lines 7 of them are screaming for no fucking reason) From being a serious studious teenager he quits school and loses his job and decides to become a monk because he falls in "love at first sight" and becomes a hound that can only holler at girls and stike out after he runs into a girl. And to make it better he's not even chasing that girl he's chasing any girl. Half the panels are him make stupid facial expressions and I can already see where this is going where it's constantly a "misunderstanding" and he's going to get beat. I quit.
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