TLDR: Romantic slice of life manga that goes into a relationship and how it inspires and affects artisans. Good romance, cute moments, and a fun read.
The manga deals with the daily lives of two characters. One being a "gyaru" whos a college freshman and the other being an artisan who works on copperware. The series focuses on romance on how it is to be with someone who fully committed to their craft. It also shows how their romance impacts the artisan's daily work. It shows how he gets inspired and how he grows to get his grandfather's recognition.
Story 7: The story just follows
the traditional day to day life format of a lot of slice of life mangas. It does not have any elaborate plot as of yet, but it is early on and this can definitely change. The focus of the series is not the story, but if there is some in the future it will be nice.
Art 8: I'm a huge fan of either extremely elaborate complex drawings or cute minimalistic art. This is the latter. It is simple while being nice, although it is not amazing it is good for me. The characters are nice and the art shines pretty nicely at points, but it focuses mostly on the character design especially the main girl. (Might be biased on this because I am a fan of this author art)
Character 7: The writing on the main guy is similar to other characters the author has written before but overall the character is a gyaru trying to figure out the relationship. At the time she is trying to understand how to go forward with being engaged and all. The main guy is pretty boring so far, but the way the author is writing the story I am hopeful for good character development and growth on his part.
Enjoyment 8: It's wholesome so I am enjoying it.
Overall, it is a good series that is not super serious, but similar to a lot of slice of life romance mangas.