Yunoki has not only found himself in bed with a woman he doesn’t know, but she insists they’re already a couple?! The woman, Kotoka Hatsushima, is a charming, 23-year-old writer…who has one heck of a back fetish, and Yunoki fit the bill! And when she tells Yunoki that it was her hair that sealed the deal for him, he realizes the truth—she knows about his hair fetish, AND she’s absolutely right! He’s mortified, but Kotoka sees reason—if they float each others’ boats and already know about each other’s predilections…why not start a relationship? And Yunoki can’t argue with that…thus the back/hair (not to be confused with back hair!) hijinks ensue!
This is a great story if you can see the kinks as a comedic thing or if you like it you can get horny if you'd like, BUT after chapter 73 they change the people for a new story to continue on. Im said );
Yunoki has a hair fetish; Kotoka has a back fetish. They live together as a couple in order to indulge these fetishes. And that’s all. In order to get invested in this manga you have to find this premise hysterically funny, otherwise it gets repetitive very quickly. I personally could only look at so many panels of Kotoka hugging Yunoki’s back from behind before the joke went stale, and I’m speaking as a fan of mundane nichijou (slice of life) stories. There are other problems with this manga. One small thing that bothered me was the teen rating. Don’t get me wrong I’m not asking for a sex scene, but watching an grown adult couple getting flustered over kissing is as unrealistic as it is embarrassing. What really put me off reading beyond volume 1 however, was chapters 8-10. A new female character is introduced, and she dramatically “lowers the tone”. Lines are blurred, there are undertones of incest, and the sweet dynamic of the main couple is broken in favour of lewd fan service. The artwork is appealing; the two leads are attractive and likeable, and there are a few good laughs. There are hints of a deepening romance between the main couple which sort of made me want to see more, but I get the feeling that reading one volume of this manga is the same as reading them all, as the story didn’t seem to be going anywhere fast.
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