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Café Kichijouji de

Café Kichijouji de

Alternative Titles

English: Café Kichijoji de
Synonyms: Cafe Kichijoji de
Japanese: Café吉祥寺で

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 14
Status: Finished
Published: May 1, 2001 to Apr 1, 2003
Authors: Negishi, Kyoko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Wings

Statistics

Score: 7.471 (scored by 657 users)
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Ranked: #36992
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Popularity: #4508
Members: 1,457
Favorites: 31
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Volumes: /3
Chapters: /14

Synopsis

"Irasshai!" Welcome to the most unruly cafe in Kichijouji and its charming staff of five who have absolutely nothing in common. When tempers rise, so do mop handles, giant boulders and repair bills. Meet Jun, a mild mannered high school student with a sharp tongue and superhuman strength. Tarou, a clean freak with a deadly aim in the art of mopping. Maki, a sloppy, lazy woman chaser. Minagawa, a talented pastry chef equally skilled in the arts of voodoo, and the impulsive, cheerful, though desperately unfortunate Tokumi. A feast of comedy based on the popular Japanese radio drama.

(Source: DMP)

Background

Café Kichijouji de was published in English by Digital Manga Publishing from December 15, 2005 to July 20, 2006.

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Ichinomiya, Jun
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Kurihara, Tarou
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Tokumi, Shuuta
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Ookubo, Maki
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katastrophykate
Mar 16, 2008
This has to be one of the funniest mangas I have ever read. I could not keep from bursting out into spontanious giggles. The characters are all so loveable in all their quirky -ness, and the art is very appealing. The plot was rather random and non-specific, but it works just fine with this style of humor. I definately reccomend this manga to anyone just looking for a good laugh, but be prepared to be sad when it's over.
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summerSt4r
Aug 27, 2011
The manga focuses on complete hilarity without solid base where the plot might progress from. Each chapter's spotlight is the daily routine of characters with madcap twists. The manga-ka splendidly incorporates neat artwork that blend with the story. Character design is clear and nicely done. Girls would want to look at this one, since all of the guys are BISHOUNENS with added "chibi" at the end of each chapter which I find really funny.

As they say “Laughter is the best medicine”. Café Kichijoji surely is that manga for you; it successfully brings out merriment in every flip of the page. So go start laughing.


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