Hitomi-chan wa Hitomishiri
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Hitomi-chan wa Hitomishiri

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Synonyms: Hitomi-chan Is Shy With Strangers
Japanese: 瞳ちゃんは人見知り


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Sep 20, 2018 to ?
Genres: ComedyComedy, SchoolSchool, Slice of LifeSlice of Life
Authors: Natsumi, Chorisuke (Story & Art)
Serialization: Manga Cross


Score: 7.271 (scored by 44724,472 users)
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Ranked: #45282
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Popularity: #724
Members: 16,181
Favorites: 166
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One day an ordinary 2nd year high-schooler named Usami Yuu accidentally encounters Takano Hitomi, a big girl with a scary looking face. It seems like she's glaring straight at him, but why...!? Although Hitomi looks scary and awkward, she's actually a kind and adorable girl who simply wants to become more sociable. This is a story containing happy, heartwarming slice-of-life comedy!

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Apr 24, 2019
The-Ray (All reviews)
Hitomi-chan wa Hitomishiri or Hitomi-chan Is Shy With Strangers, is a manga about a socially awkward big tiddy tomboy who has trouble talking to people, because she has anxiety and of course, because of the cliched 'I look too scary to make friends' trope.

While the premise has been done to death in many other manga, Hitomi-chan has a certain charm of its own. The character design of the MC is pretty unique and likable. The overall art and other character designs are hit or miss most of the time though.

It's just a good old slice of life-comedy in a school setting with each chapter read more
Apr 24, 2019
Swiggy1957 (All reviews)
Hitomi-chan wa Hitomishiri (Hitomi-chan Is Shy With Strangers) is a nice slice of life comedy about an extremely tall 1st year high school student that has been blessed/cursed with a set of honking hooters. But the manga isn't about Hooterville, but the subject does come up on occasion.

The Lead female is Hitomi, who becomes the male lead's Kouhai. Usami Yuu is the male lead in this series, and the story is about his relationship with Takano Hitomi from when they first meet on the train to school. Being about a head shorter than Hitomi, the only thing keeping her nipples from poking his eyes read more
Aug 6, 2020
Thisizaraisu (All reviews)
Hitomi-chan wa Hitomishiri is probably my favorite manga that I've read so far... granted I haven't read a TON of manga so my opinion is certainly subject to change. One thing that won't change, however, is that I find this series extremely funny. It doesn't suffer from many of the pitfalls that slice-of-life series usually go through, such as aimless conversations or characters that are hardly differentiable. For as much fanservice as it gives, the series is also fairly wholesome, showcasing a building relationship between two people who are often judged on their physical appearance and can find comfort in one another. I hope and read more
Aug 25, 2019
altobrun (All reviews)

The story follows Takano Hitomi (the titular MC-female) and her senpai Usami-Yuu (MC-male). Takano is a freshmen in highschool after recently moving into the area with her much older brother. She's always had trouble socializing and making friends because of her scary face and (somewhat) asocial attitude. Despite that she's a good girl at heart, very athletic but a little dumb (academic wise). Yuu on the other hand is a short, unathletic sophomore who happened to meet Takano by virtue of them taking the same public transport together. The two become fast friends as Yuu shows Takano around the city.

Story: 7/10 - Good - There read more

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