Kocchi Muite! Miiko
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Kocchi Muite! Miiko

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Synonyms: A Call from that Day, Ano Hi kara no Denwa, Hai, Miiko!, Kocchimuite! Miiko, Kotchimuite! Miiko, Look over here! Miiko
Japanese: こっちむいて!みい子


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: 1995 to ?
Genres: Award Winning Award Winning, Comedy Comedy, Slice of Life Slice of Life
Demographic: Shoujo Shoujo
Serialization: Ciao
Authors: Ono, Eriko (Story & Art)


Score: 8.131 (scored by 631631 users)
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Ranked: #5402
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Popularity: #13198
Members: 1,201
Favorites: 96


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MangaCiaoOno, Eriko (Story & Art)
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The continuation of Miiko Desu!
This time, Miiko is in the fifth grade, and the stories have become more exciting! (Doko Demo Doa Manga Scanlations)

This series received the 1996 Shogakukan Manga Award for children's manga.

Ano Hi Kara no Denwa:
Haruna’s father buys a new cell phone and gives his old one to her baby sister to play with. It’s old-fashioned and heavy, but Haruna discovers that this phone has a secret power… -cloudcake16-

(Source: MangaUpdates)



May 2, 2021
Preliminary (33/? eps)
I read the manga since i was.. 7?? and yeah, as a casual weeb, i enjoy this a lot. And by a lot, i mean A LOT.

The characters are cute and it's really easy to root for them.

The chapters are episodic, so you can jump on any of them right away.

There is currently 33 volumes by the time i'm writing this, and let's just say, i never got bored of them.
i could be bored one day and just randomly choose a volume

I wont say much because i'm not the best at reviewing stuff, and props to Eriko-sensei for this wholesome series that made my childhood
Nov 4, 2019
Preliminary (310/? eps)
Honestly, I was pretty suprised when I found out that this manga is not that popular in other countries.

This manga is honestly amazing. The characters are all well-written, and the characters are also kids with no clue (maybe) about the adult world, making it understandable if they make childish mistakes.

The whole manga is viewed from the perspective of an elementary school students. Making the story make you feel nostalgic with your elementary school years.

I can tell Ono Eriko having fun writing the story and drawing each of the panel.
I rarely find a manga that actually made my heart warm and fuzzy, as corny as it ...

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