Feb 26, 2022
Reading this manga I found myself thinking that if everyone would run a company the same as these guys do, they would definitely do something seriously illegal. And, again, the whole fangirling part is ridiculous. They are all employees in a company, not Greek gods.
Toriko ni Natta is shorter than the first three mangas in the series, but Chiharu's craziness comes through quite well, have no fear. That guy is unhinged and it's good that Kazuki has some sort of power over him otherwise this relationship would end so badly.
Here we have another common trope, the one of omiai (a.k.a. matchmaking), only that
this time it didn't go as bad as it usually goes so yay for that. I'm a huge fan of talking about stuff. Sometimes the talk can be lacking, but the first step is made and that's good.
I liked that one of the characters from the other mangas made an appearance, and I liked how he interracted with the characters. Erm, not characters, with Kazuki only. It would be great for them to become friends.
Chiharu and Kazuki, although I do like Kazuki, are not my favourite pair of the series and I won't mind if I don't encounter them as main characters again.
Reviewer’s Rating: 6
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