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Japanese: カプチーノ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 7
Status: Finished
Published: Nov 2008 to Jun 2009
Genres: Drama Drama, Romance Romance, Slice of Life Slice of Life
Demographic: Josei Josei
Serialization: Chorus
Authors: Yoshizumi, Wataru (Story & Art)


Score: 6.841 (scored by 21092,109 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #109802
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Popularity: #4835
Members: 3,966
Favorites: 7
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Chapters: /7


Ari Kojima and Sousuke Fujitani met as students in the same college seminar. They have been dating for four years, but since graduation, it has been difficult for them to spend time with each other. First they were separated by physical distance and long commutes, then by incompatible and irregular work schedules.

Finally, Ari and Sousuke decide to move in together and live in a "de facto relationship" with no immediate plans for marriage. Although the couple is prepared for opposition from their parents, they do not anticipate the inherent challenges of staying together.

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Masaki, Aina


Feb 2, 2011
Short and simple.

Given that it's seven chapters short and it covers a span of five years, the mangaka did a really good job. Actually I could say with all certainty that if it would have been longer it would have felt like it dragged don.

It's about what happens after, after the initial butterflies pass and all that's left is you with your significant other. The challenges they face and how to overcome them.
You don't feel lost even as time passes. You don't fall in love with the characters but you do feel for them and understand them.

The characters are regular people. They could actually ...
Jul 25, 2010
Cappuccino is an enjoyable light josei read.

The story is based on a realistic premise and develops with realistic action. Despite that, girls will feel enough empathy for the protagonist to feel suspense and read the next chapter for developments in the relationship.

The characters seem realistic as well, but the manga does not explore the emotions deeply enough to compensate for their realistically limited transformations. On one hand, this makes the characters (especially the protagonist's lover) seem slightly flatter than they might be ideally, but at least it's a change from the heavy dramatic tone of a lot of other josei manga.

As it is only ...
Jan 26, 2016
Mixed Feelings
Realistic! That's what comes to mind after reading this manga.
Plot 6/10
The plot was fair. A really simple story which can happen to anyone in this modern society. For a couple the biggest challenge is living together. After the big passion and butterfly dies out you are faced with who your partner truly is. This manga brings us the story of a ordinary couple in this situation.
Art 6/10
The art was ok. Nothing special.
Character 5/10
The character were average. There was not a lot of drama and the main heroin was kind of dumb for my taste. I kind of felt sorry and angry at ...


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