Yubisaki to Renren
A Sign of Affection
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Yubisaki to Renren

Alternative Titles

English: A Sign of Affection
Japanese: ゆびさきと恋々

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Jul 24, 2019 to ?
Genre: Romance Romance
Demographic: Shoujo Shoujo
Serialization: Dessert
Authors: Morishita, Suu (Story & Art)

Statistics

Score: 8.311 (scored by 25172,517 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #2522
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #1372
Members: 10,561
Favorites: 357

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Synopsis

Yuki is a hearing-impaired university student whose world has been shrouded with silence since birth. She has lived in the same place her whole life, and rarely interacts with others save for her best friend, Rin. During her commute one day, she meets the silver-haired and multilingual Itsuomi, a mutual friend of Rin. Unlike most, Itsuomi is unwavering when he learns of Yuki's impairment; this, along with his experiences abroad, fascinates and touches her. After they part, her fondness of him starts to grow. A new world begins to open for both Yuki and Itsuomi as they learn about each other's different lives.

Yubisaki to Renren is a lighthearted, romantic comedy that illustrates the silent life of a university student and how one man sharing his world starts to change her own.

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Background

Yubisaki to Renren has been published digitally in English as A Sign of Affection by Kodansha Comics USA since March 31, 2020.

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Characters

Itsuomi
Main
Yuki
Main
Oushi
Supporting
Shin
Supporting
Emma
Supporting
Rin
Supporting
Kyouya
Supporting

More reviewsReviews

Dec 19, 2019
Miishi (All reviews)
A new manga by Morishita Suu Sensei, popularly known for Hibi Chouchou.
Yubisaki to renren is about a girl who can’t hear and befriends someone from the same university who travels a lot. I don’t know much details as just 4 chapters are out. But so far it seems quite promising.

The art is great and has improved quite a lot compared to chouchou and short cake cake.
So if you’re picky about arts this is for you.

Really love the plot too so far. You wouldn’t really find the usual cliched moments and it’s really cool to see them converse using sign languages.
And I really like read more
Jan 30, 2021
milknegg (All reviews)
A light-hearted romantic story between a multilingual boy and a deaf girl, from Morishita-san (who made HibiChouChou)! I remember stumbling upon this when I was trying to find some shoujo mangas I haven't read yet and this one came up!

The art style of Morishita has extremely improved since Hibichouchou, and in my opinion, this is probably her best work yet.

Since writing this review, theres about 16 chapters so far, and I'm still invested lol! The story is great, its well-paced and doesn't have the "high school setting" and "extreme couple dynamic" cliches, feels like a breath of fresh air!

From the 1st chapter, read more
Aug 20, 2020
merope28 (All reviews)
There has been more romance manga coming out with hearing impaired people. This is one of the few that are like that but with cute romance and compatibility between the leads!

The story focuses on the love that blossoms between a popular boy, Itsuomi and a cute girl, Yuki (who is hearing impaired).

Yuki's world changes as she interacts and falls in love with Itsuomi who shows her a different world than she had been in before. Both their worlds change as they learn and experience new things through each other's worlds.

This is one of the few romance manga that I don't find cliche and is well read more
Feb 24, 2021
Curiouswanderer (All reviews)
For people who liked the “Silent Movie” anime adaptation like myself, this manga is absolutely worth checking out!

Basically it’s about a university girl who is deaf and meets a very handsome European guy (I think he’s German). The art is friggin gorgeous plus really colourful like props to Suu Morishita for designing the characters and representing the deaf community. Although there is the usual annoying trope of the love triangle going on but the main characters are just adorable. I feel like I’m repeating myself again but if you need some shoujo cuteness, this ones for you chaps!

By the way, thanks to Netgalley and Kodansha read more

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