Ranked #4669

Kyou no Go no Ni (Manga)

Kyou no Go no Ni

Alternative Titles

English: Today In Class 5-2
Synonyms: Kyou no 5 no 2, Kyo no Gononi, Today In Class 5-2
Japanese: 今日の5の2


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 23
Status: Finished
Published: Nov 6, 2003
Authors: Sakuraba, Coharu (Story & Art)


Score: 7.341 (scored by 1294 users)
Ranked: #46692
Popularity: #2230
Members: 2,416
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A school-life comedy with anecdotes about fifth-graders focusing on Ryota Satou and his friendships, especially his childhood relationship with Chika Koizumi. (From ANN)


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Oct 15, 2008
Story: Well, there isn't much of a story plot. Similar to Minami-ke, and Azumanga Daioh, its just a series of short skits.

Art: Its not fantastic, but its not mediocre either. Its rather quite similar to a certain manga (hint minami-ke hint).

Character: Quite realistic. Childish, but the characters are 10 year olds.

Enjoyment: If you liked Minami-ke, your bound to enjoy this. (well, its the same author)

Overall: As of Sakuraba Coharu's works, I give it a 7.
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Mar 31, 2008
Given that the story essentially revolves that time in life when you first become aware of this strange creature called "The Opposite Sex", Sakuraba has latched onto a topic that one can have a great deal of fun with - and in some cases he does - playing off the slightly more aware girls (they do say girls mature faster, after all) against the blissfully clueless boys. There are some genuinely funny moments too, such as Satou's explanation that men are into collarbones (which, as a friend described, is all a 5th grader really has to offer...) backfiring on him, and Chika's attempt at a read more
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Mar 9, 2010
The genres for this is more of school life and comedy. I particularly enjoyed chapters 1 - 15 for the comedy. Chapters 21 and 22 are about romance. IMO, this series is not very ecchi, in that most of the ecchi moments get mixed with comedy.

Seems like one-shots, but some chapters feature character pasts and development. The storyline within 1-15 and 21-22 are better than the rest of the chapters imo.

Great in the sense that there is much impact between the normal expressions of the people compared to the special moments when they are shocked etc. Could understand all panels and characters were drawn read more
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Oct 4, 2008
I thought this manga was great. The storyline is pretty thin but still wonderfully entertaining (like Gintama, but a more shorter and less detailed way). Basically each chapter has a different story but the characters stay consistent throughout the manga. Just a fun read about boys and girls in grade school- pretty perverted but not the hardcore type (like Perverted funny =D). There's really not much to say except I seriously enjoyed this manga. It was cute, funny, the art was hilarious (the facial expressions are priceless!) and it reminded me of the good old days when you were in grade school. I loved it, read more
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Kyou no Go no Ni tends toward the ecchi side of things, but both series are cute slice-of-life school series with a light, shallow, topical sense of humour and an easy read. 
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Manga: Kodomo no Jikan
It's about kids around the 5th grade, but Kodomo no Jikan is much more seinen. Kyou no Go no Ni is more about comedy. 
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