Amagami-san Chi no Enmusubi
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Amagami-san Chi no Enmusubi

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Synonyms: Matchmaking of the Amagami Household
Japanese: 甘神さんちの縁結び


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Apr 21, 2021 to ?
Genres: Comedy Comedy, Romance Romance
Theme: Harem Harem
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Authors: Naitou, Marcey (Story & Art)


Score: 7.311 (scored by 16601,660 users)
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Ranked: #40052
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Popularity: #2223
Members: 6,735
Favorites: 66

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Uryuu Kamihate, orphaned since childhood, receives an invitation to stay at the local Shinto shrine. All he wanted was a quiet place to study so that he can fulfill his dream of making it into a top medical school, but after arriving there, he comes across three beautiful shrine maiden sisters... and the head priest requests that he marry one of them and take over the shrine. A tale of love and miracles is about to unfold!

(Source: Kodansha, translated)


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May 10, 2021
Alex796 (All reviews)
What I found kinda special in this manga is that the three girls are actually pretty pious as priestesses, in contrast with the atheist MC. We don't really see spirituality and religion being treated seriously in media and art anymore. And here we suddenly have three teenage girls in 2021 Japan being all about their Shinto religion. I find it VERY intriguing and really can't wait to see more of this theme.

I mean, there's so much they can do with it. Faith crisis? Existential questions of being? Cruelty of the gods? Fascinating stuff, really. If only the writer will have the courage to touch.

This manga read more
Aug 3, 2021
hnf10032 (All reviews)
An actual decent enough harem manga with only 3 heroines, great art and something that's made by a former assistant of Haruba Negi, creator of The Quintessential Quintuplets? Seems interesting enough, but is it really worth the read? Quick answer; pretty much, yeah.

Matchmaking of the Amagami Household is a harem manga series made by Naitou Marcey. While this being his first ever independent work, for now, things are looking quite good for it. As I said earlier, Naitou Marcey was a former assistant of Haruba Negi, so you can definitely expect some Gotoubun vibes in this, although the setting for this manga is quite read more
Jun 1, 2021
RooWrld (All reviews)
This has a extremely similar art to quintessential quintuplets and vibe. Very generic girls and situation so far, hasn't done anything bad per say as of the time of writing this but its just....fine for now, I see others rating this a 10 which I find hilarious but I guess everyone really does have different taste eh. The girls have very generic archetypes but will most likely be more fleshed out as the story progressing but you have bog standard tsundere, big tit air head and one that has a bit more character I guess she is what you call an imouto or something like read more
Jun 16, 2021
imanaqasya (All reviews)
Here's my review.

1. Is it a generic harem manga? => Maybe. But not like generic means it can't be a good read.

2. Are the characters generic? => On the surface, yes. But I found their characteristics quite unique.

3. How is the story? => Good. First 5 chapters focused on the plot and main characters. But things took a turn on the end of chapter 5. Things might get interesting.

4. And art? => Also good. I think some dynamic poses to be a little stiff(just my opinion). But the main poses are super good.

5. So what about the MC? => Better than most harem mc I'd read more


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