Endou-kun no Kansatsu Nikki
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Endou-kun no Kansatsu Nikki

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Synonyms: Tsuda Note, Tsuda Memo
Japanese: えんどうくんの観察日記


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 5
Status: Finished
Published: Feb 1, 2010 to Jun 1, 2011
Genre: Boys Love Boys Love
Serialization: HertZ
Authors: Hayakawa, Nojiko (Story & Art)


Score: 7.571 (scored by 43344,334 users)
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Ranked: #21522
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Popularity: #1612
Members: 8,840
Favorites: 88

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Because of changes in seating arrangements, high school student Tsuda ended up behind the quiet and expressionless Endou. Their interaction is born from a trivial incident, and he begins to see Endou who he has never gotten to know before. That mole, slender nape, and soft hair. The subtle faces that he makes and little changes in his attitude. But Tsuda, who used to be indifferent about others and never made any deep connections, now feels impatient about the distance between him and Endou, who he has been gradually getting closer to. What on earth is drawing these feelings?


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Apr 18, 2012
bunnychii (All reviews)
The story is pretty much almost nonexistant. I mean there is like a "story" but most of the time I feel like the story doesn't matter as much as the emotions behind the characters. It's a lot like, Tsuda notices Endou one day, he becomes infactuated with him, they fall in love, etc, etc.

There's a lot of touching, hugging, huddling, snuggling, kissing, etc, etc. The kiss scenes are very sensual for a shounen-ai, possibly even more so than most yaoi, haha. So yeah the kiss scenes will definitely make you spazz and giggle in delight, if you know what I mean = v =;;

The art read more
Mar 24, 2012
tameiiki (All reviews)
Attention! This is my first review EVER! :) (And I also give you a warning about my limited English skills...)

If you love cute and innocent BL like I do, I totally recommend you to read this! Endou-kun no Kansatsu Nikki is short; only 5 chapters, but it's really delicate and sweet story of two school boys Endou and Tsuda.

This is the first manga I've read from Nojiko Hayakawa, and it really gave her(?) a good appearance in my mind. Her art is sketchy, rough but still soft at the same time; just perfect for shounen-ai! I find her art really beautiful. The panels are placed read more
Jan 14, 2013
miyolks (All reviews)
I can not express my adoration of this story enough!
While the story wasn't necessary a well developed one, it was very good from a single volume manga.

The interaction between the characters was adorable and simply made you roll around with glee. Despite the lack of plot, this manga was by no means lacking in content. Hayakawa-san was able to depict so much feeling through the events of the story that words and a straight forward storyline wasn't necessary. Many of the scenes in this Shounen Ai had been expanded and "zoomed in" but rather than make the story boring and read more
Mar 13, 2015
nerdtrash (All reviews)
This goes to show that you don't need a complicated plot to have a good time.

The story is, in all honesty, pretty average: boy meets boy, they don't get along, "Oh no I'm a little bit gay," both slowly start to open up with the help of the people around them, romance. That's the gist. While it sounds rather cliche and boring, trust me, it really isn't. Somehow, the author has managed to take a very common plot and turn it into something beautiful.

I'm pretty sure the story managed to be so interesting thanks to the characters. They're all so beautifully built; with backgrounds that read more

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