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Ebisu-san to Hotei-san

Ebisu-san to Hotei-san

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Synonyms: Ebisu-san and Hotei-san
Japanese: エビスさんとホテイさん


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 5
Status: Finished
Published: Feb 12, 2009 to Feb 12, 2010
Authors: Kizuki, Akira (Art), Satou, Nanki (Story)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.481 (scored by 1635 users)
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Ranked: #38422
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Popularity: #3131
Members: 2,747
Favorites: 25
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Chapters: /5
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An office worker, Hotei, is not pleased when high-flyer Ebisu is transferred to her branch.

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Jun 12, 2010
Dunkjoe (All reviews)
This is an amazing series, not too slow, nor fast but extremely sweet and heartwarming.

This is a story about 2 female co-workers, who initially dislike each other but gradually grow closer upon understanding and various encounters.

The story is excellent. Over 5 chapters, one can explicitly feel the gradual change between the 2 women's relationship and the decisions made. Although this is a Shoujo Ai series, the story progresses in a way that the reader would be able to understand the feelings that were awakened. It is laden with explanations and deep thoughts, although the ending could end being a little more solid.

The story seems read more
Jul 20, 2017
aesaloniichan (All reviews)
This'll be quick, I'm more explaining my rating than anything else.

The story here is solid but nothing too outstanding. It follows the arc of the genre pretty closely, without any major unexpected turns. But I do appreciate that we have a story about people in a more adult environment; it's nice to get (somewhat!) more mature characters than the usual high-school folks, so I'll avoid docking points for following type. The presence of certain other more grown-up plot elements (one small and one large) also helps set it apart from the teen-wangst competition.

The real selling point here is the artwork, which is generally outstanding. I read more
Feb 25, 2018
Lolsebca (All reviews)
To me this manga fell flat, as in, I get it was kinda an old style, but just the art wasn't anything sharp or clean, if anything it was confusing and overly soft. For the development of characters, I would say it's one of the title's strenghts, and it still fell short, as it tried to be realist about something yet was too fluffy at it ?
The story was indeed gradual, like said someone in the forum, which is a good point, I can see the structuring effectively. Besides it had a plot thoughtout, just it was too subtle for me I guess.
So as it read more


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Poll: Ebisu-san and Hotei-san Chapter 5 Discussion
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