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Velvet Kiss

Velvet Kiss

Alternative Titles

English: Velvet Kiss
Japanese: ベルベット・キス

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 32
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 30, 2009 to Mar 30, 2012
Authors: Harumi, Chihiro (Story & Art)
Serialization: Vitaman

Statistics

Score: 7.641 (scored by 13318 users)
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Ranked: #23542
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Popularity: #160
Members: 22,754
Favorites: 584
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Volumes: /4
Chapters: /32

Synopsis

Shin's spirits were soaring after winning the lottery and landing a contract with a famous firm in the same day—not bad for a normally luckless office worker. He quickly plummets back down to earth, however, upon discovering that he's been saddled with an immense amount of debt. There is, however, one way he can keep his creditors at bay: become "friends" with an enigmatic and alluring girl named Kanoko. The task sounds simple enough at first, but leaves him eating his own words as Kanoko's selfish demands start to take their toll on him both mentally and physically. Will Shin ever be able to pay his debt off, or will the lust, luxury, and mystery simply overwhelm him??

(Source: Project-H)

Background

Velvet Kiss was published in English by Project-H since June 27, 2012 to August 28, 2013.

Characters

Kikuchiya, Kanoko
Kikuchiya, Kanoko
Main
Nitta, Shin
Nitta, Shin
Main
Kikuchiya, Yoriko
Kikuchiya, Yoriko
Supporting
Yanamoto, Mutsumi
Yanamoto, Mutsumi
Supporting
Saeki, Rumi
Saeki, Rumi
Supporting

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Jayex
Jan 12, 2014
Velvet Kiss is arguably Harumi Chihiro's best work. By far, the marriage between plot and ecchi/hentai always is a good one to read and observe. Especially if done well. Between the constant sex scenes and themes rampant throughout this work, there is a tender love growing between the two main characters that can be observed as the chapters fly pass. This love, while not clear at first, begins to slowly reveal itself and is very satisfying to see, if not being one of the main reasons to read this.

Harumi Chihiro's art is aesthetically pleasing to the eye in more ways than one, and in read more
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zilentworld
Nov 6, 2011
This is my first ever review

I don't consider this kind of manga as an H manga, rather I put them on the smut category.

Velvet kiss is an H-manga that focuses more on the story ( that's why I consider this as smut), like Virgin na Kankei, though this one is more of the dark theme and kinda gives off a mystery theme too.

Story - 9

This story is about your everyday salaryman who got tricked(?) to an enormous debt and got another way to pay it, by befriending with a certain cute, beautiful, pretty, moe (sorry she is just too beautiful) expressionless girl.

The story goes read more
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BAKALOID
Aug 9, 2011
Not your ordinary H manga, I must say.

Story - 7

Velvet Kiss starts off with the life of a normal "sarariman" (salaryman, jap term for businessmen) who one day finds himself with a huge debt, he was given an option to repay this by keeping a certain woman named Kanoko company. The whole story starts just like any other H mange, however the plot thickens and deepens the further the story goes, which along with the beautiful H content, will keep you wanting for more. For an H manga, it has an interesting story although keep in mind that this is a Hentai manga, therefore one read more
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Dragon-san
Feb 8, 2015
Work is a pain in the ass, isn't it?
Japan is a very workaholic society; I don't think I'd be exaggerating if I said they have one of the worst cases of overworked laborers in the world. Little vacation time, underpaid workers, and long hours, work in Japan literally "takes over ones life", more-so than any other nation in the world. Velvet Kiss shows this realistically. We see the characters juggle their love lives with work, which ultimately, is impossible in such a job-oriented society. I read in awe as Harumi Chihiro effortlessly told a story that flawlessly depicts this--a middle-class, average guy, through luck, encounters read more
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