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Kagome Kagome

Kagome Kagome

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Japanese: かごめかごめ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 25
Status: Finished
Published: May 20, 1999 to Jun 19, 2001
Authors: Yui, Toshiki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Ultra Jump


Score: 6.451 (scored by 360 users)
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Ranked: #125272
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Popularity: #7908
Members: 711
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Volumes: /3
Chapters: /25


Takeuchi Masami has been kicked out of his house by his uncle after the death of his father. The meager allowance his uncle sends him is hardly enough to find a decent place to live, so at the beginning of the story we find him shacking up at his school, while his cute classmate Kagome Nishino is trying to help him find an apartment.

As it turns out, she has just found the perfect one, and whisks Takeuchi to a bare, unfurnished place and talks him into moving in right away—in fact, spending that same night there, alone, and without even a futon to lie on. It turns out that she has an ulterior motive: she is heavily into the supernatural, having just formed a "paranormal research club" at their school, and the reason the apartment is so cheap is because it is said to be haunted, something she conveniently does not mention to Takeuchi, who almost dies of fright that night when all sorts of spooky things begin to happen all around him.


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Apr 15, 2008
Now here’s something novel – take a bunch of school kids, stick them together in a club, give them a bunch of adventures and then stick a love triangle on top of that. Ok, I was being sarcastic – let’s face it, it’s a theme that’s been so well trodden over time, the carpet’s worn through to the floorboards. However, that’s not to say that Yui doesn’t try his best to bring something new to the genre and in a way he has, ending up with an enjoyable little romp.

Personally, I like the use of the two opposing Kagome’s (that's their first names by the read more
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