Synonyms: Snuggly Librarian
Type: One Shot
Published: Not available
Score: 6.061 (scored by 211 users)
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SynopsisMarimo has a job to do... but it's too cold and she doesn't want to leave the kotatsu. (Source: Mangaupdates)
I have to say, this has to be the weirdest yuri that I have ever read. The way that Marimo the librarian and her friend Mikito find out for their love is boardline over-the-top (and not in a good way). The plot jumped around in so many directions that I found myself confused as to what I got myself into, and I remember when they included Marimo's "wet week", I found myself utterly confused. However, when it all boils down, it's the tale of a librarian who refuses to leave the kotatsu in fear of freezing, and her friend egging her to leave it in such a way that they finally realise their love for one another.
Very odd plotline, but if that's your thing, I think you'll enjoy this oneshot.
Just your average manga artwork. Nothing very eye grabbing, to be honest. The girls are drawn very cute.
The characters aren't very believable in their love. It's basicly touch-and-go (literally) and the two are in love. All the while, there's some random girl under the kotatsu (presumbly one of Marimo's friends) who doesn't even say anything; just continues reading. If your friends were bumping each other's privates, I'm thinking you would of said something on the matter. I understand that the entire point was to convey a "Gasp! They've wanted to touch each other for such a long time!", but the feeling I got was "Damn, she kicked that thing somethin' fierce". I think the author should of spent a little more time explaining each character, but then again, it was a oneshot probably meant to fap to, so what do I know?
Worth the Read?: It's merely an manga to either pass because of how "jumpy" it is plotwise or a manga to read for exactly that reason.
It's a short little manga, so I guess if in doubt if you should read it or not, I say go for it. The one private part is censored, if you're worried about that. However, I hope you understand what you are getting into with the aid of my review. read more
In Believers, there is a pivotal scene in which two characters sexually engage themselves using their feet. This is somewhat similar in Nuku Nuku Toshoiin, though the concept is particularly limited by its comedic and less mature asthetic.
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