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Doushitemo Furetakunai

Doushitemo Furetakunai

Alternative Titles

English: No Touching at All
Synonyms: I Won't Touch You Anyway
Japanese: どうしても触れたくない

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 9
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 1, 2008
Genres: Drama, Yaoi
Authors: Yoneda, Kou (Story & Art)
Serialization: Craft

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Synopsis

On his very first day at a brand-new job, shy Shima is trapped in the elevator with a hungover mess of a guy... who turns out to be his boss! Togawa's prickly exterior definitely puts the rookie recruit on-edge, but it doesn't take long before Shima's every waking thought is invaded by his overbearing yet totally thoughtful superior. Will Shima put aside a history of disappointment in order to take a chance on a complicated relationship?

No Touching at All breaks every rule in the office handbook in the name of mixed signals, shared memories, and the sweet surrender of an after-hours liaison! Shima and Togawa butt heads both at work and in the bedroom... but their inexplicable chemistry is far too intense to ignore. Can these two men forget their painful pasts and move forward hand-in-hand?

(Source: Juné)

Background

In 2014, Doushitemo Furetakunai was adapted into a film directed by Amano Chihiro.

The series was published in English by Digital Manga Publishing as No Touching at All under the Juné imprint on February 10, 2011 and in Polish by Kotori in March 2014.

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Nov 8, 2009
Queen2408 (All reviews)
Doushitemo Furetakunai --I absolutely don't want to touch you-- tells the story about Shima and Togawa, your average company workers. Shima is the new guy, he has a shy and blunt personality; he doesn’t talk unless it’s necessary and when he does he is very incisive. Togawa finds these traits really interesting and, after a really bad first impression, he can’t help but want to tease Shima every time he sees his inexpressive face. This situation could turn out to be a normal boss/employee relationship, or even a good friendship, but, what happens when Togawa accidentally discovers the other side of Shima and becomes even read more
Sep 2, 2010
teakminor (All reviews)
I'm not gonna say outright that I'm a big connoisseur of simple yaoi-driven stories. In fact, this is really only the third one I've read. But I'm not stupid enough not to know that this one really wasn't exceptional.

I guess it stood for its one true purpose: an angsty little story about two misunderstood bishounens who have sex frequently. But really, that's all it was about. It DID have a plot, I guess, if you could call that story "satisfying", but then again, I keep losing myself. This isn't an action-adventure. This is a yaoi.

In that case, it was pretty good. The sex read more
May 13, 2014
ITFujoshi (All reviews)
Doushitemo Furetakunai is only BL manga I have read thus far that seamlessly blends drama with yaoi, with just a light comedic touch (after I read a succession of panels that lead to me thinking "Aww, that's really sweet", this line suddenly shows up "Don't fart in your sleep" (lol) and strangely, it never seriously detracted from the whole "sensitive" mood that was set). Though DF only has 9 chapters, the story was told beautifully and nothing felt rushed. Not one panel in the manga felt excessive or out of place, they just flowed nicely into one another. The whole story might've well been based read more
May 7, 2017
ToshiKata (All reviews)
This was one of the most touching stories I've read. It's very rare for a manga to elicit an emotional response from me but this one did. I full-on wept and that surprised me.

What I loved about this story:

1. The plot was moving, down-to-earth, and relatable.
2. The characters were extremely endearing and neither was a typical seme or uke.
3. The artwork really brought out the personalities and body language of each character.
4. It made me laugh; it made me cry.

I think what struck me about this manga was how real it felt. There was nothing spectacular read more

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