A high school romantic comedy with five times the cute girls! A high school boy must work part-time to help five sisters study so they can graduate, but the only thing these quintuplets have in common is that they all hate studying!
Five girls who want to do anything but study, and their tutor: a high school boy who's got book smarts and not much else. Fuutarou Uesugi took the tutoring gig because he was desperate for cash, but when his students—the five beautiful daughters of a wealthy businessman—find five times the excuses to slack off, what can he do?! At this rate, the sisters won’t graduate, so if he wants to get paid, Fuutarou must think of a plan to suit each of them… Which feels hopeless when five out of five of them think he's a loser!
Better than Bokuben in terms of tutor-student relationship and study together. One of the best Harem I've ever read.
I rarely read shounen harem because most of them have boring plots, many dull fanservices with weak execution, there is nothing else except for fun. I'm a bit subjective in this matter, even though I'm a girl I don't like reverse-harem too. But don't worry, I'm here to give what makes this series worth reading from many harems out there. As subjective as possible without expressing hatred.
5-toubun no Hanayome presents a unique concept, this is the key why this series is very exciting to follow. Even though
the author gives many 'past cuts' and signals 'what will happen in the future', it still makes the reader hope and curious. It might be predictable, but it's uncertain because of the identical resemblance, whether any changes can occur with many events that have passed from spending time together.
The fanservices aren't disgusting at all. It didn't happen frequently to make random jokes. The issues raised are also quite sensitive, there are changes to the twins' process, starting from the little things they really want, do and dream about. But that doesn't mean that this series is completely different, the twins also open in a certain period even though the process is not instant.
I like the approach to getting to know each other's characters, I'm quite observant and sensitive, but none of them makes me upset with their behavior. They are surprisingly normal. And if there are conflicts between them, they try to solve it. The concept of twins is good rather than hostile to one another, no matter how different their personalities are, unity is the most important. There is a warm impression that is fun to see.
So far I have chosen Itsuki, she is stubborn (tsundere type), but she is one of the most rational thinking and mature after Ichika. Then there is Yotsuba, she is sweet, her jovial personality is always interesting to see.
And the last thing, most harems usually get their share to get a certain moment, but this is not, is quite one-sided. Also don't forget to mention about the stunning 2-page panel, it's really great.
I Love the plot of the story. Where the boy is very passionate to his work. I have nothing to tell about because every chapter is talking to you in how wonderful every moments and how to treasure a life. Heheh.. This Manga deserve an anime. 😊👌
If you are interested in how sisters compete against each other knowingly or unknowingly for the love of the protagonist, Fuutarou, then this manga is definitely for you.
As a manga in the category for Harem, it is rare to find a manga that DOESN'T FOCUS on a ton of ECCHI moments (such as constantly showing naked
girls or girl undies). If you are trying to find pure love development without wasting time on ecchi moments, this is truly the right manga for you.
What I appreciate the most about this manga is that the Mangaka is able to draw the conclusion in the beginning while baffled with which girl of the quintuplets will be the ultimate bride. Through chapters and chapters, each quintuplet is given a fair chance to compete and continues to trick the readers into thinking "maybe she is THE BRIDE?". While doing so, the transitions are so smooth and won't make the readers feel repetitive or feel that the story is stagnant.
Huge 10. In order to draw and help distinguish the difference between the quintuplets, it requires a ton of mastery in drawing out the details of the characters. For me, I have no difficulty in telling the difference of those quintuplets (except the bride!!!!!! ;(, why does Haruba san have to make it so hard for the readers!!). Even when quintuplets switch minor things, such as hair ornaments, with each other, the Mangaka was able to draw their faces so well to the point that I also have no difficulty of getting confused.
Emotions and expressions are drawn to the point that some scenes literally melted my heart. 1010101010101010
The backgrounds are also on point
The Mangaka definitely put in a huge effort into creating the distinct personality of the characters. Even if the quintuplets look alike, their difference in personalities never seize to amaze me as to how they flow from chapter to another chapter. Their actions, purpose, and motivation are so clear to the point the I feel like they are real.