This manga, in my opinion, is well written and has good character evolution throughout the story line. When I first read the description, about falling in love with a chair I was a little apprehensive. But, luckily I decided to read it anyway.
The warmth of the characters is very appealing. And, the small twists in the story keep it interesting.
The first three chapters are about Jin, a furniture designer/craftsman and a Azumi the young man who fell in love with a chair he had made. The relationship between them has it's ups and downs with a few side characters that blend in
well with the story. I found the epilogue explaining the similarities in the brothers looks being a "virus" a bit interesting.
There is also a one-shot, Love Sign, included in this manga. It is about the foretelling signs of falling in love, and tells of how 2 teenagers in an all boys school come together after realizing the heated gazes that they tend to give each other. It is short, but was well written. Enjoyed how the mangaka portrayed the "tease the one you like" scenario.