Yamada may be shy and rather clumsy, but the flower gardens at her school have always brought her happiness. Suddenly, a different sort of beauty catches her eye—the vivacious track star, Kase-san. Although the two girls don't seem to have much in common, they soon start a romance where each must learn an important lesson in tending their budding relationship. Can the two girls, so different from each other, learn how to make their first love blossom?
I'm pretty confused, I just got done reading this pretty great Shoujo Ai and it's definitely more than five chapters, there was 11.
I thoroughly enjoyed this manga, it was light hearted and very romantic, definitely worth the read if you like Yuri/Shoujo Ai/Slice of Life.
For me, I give it a solid 8/10 I wish there was a bit more chapters, I would have loved to know what happened during their trip to Okinawa, after the beach portion, kind of wish that whole part was a bit longer, but one can only wish, right?
Other than that, a very good read, definitely check it out if
you're into the whole Yuri/Shoujo Ai stuff ;-; This is, by far, my most preferred genre, so people may think otherwise and that doesn't bother me.
Again, pretty confused as to why MAL has it listed as five chapters, hopefully it gets edited soon.
A super pleasant read! Asagao to Kase-san is an excellent blend of conflict on romance, school, and expectations.
The story consists of Yamada, a shy, hesitant girl, confused with her emotions towards Kase, a "boyish" girl and star of the track team. It's more or less your standard love story, with misunderstandings and both characters just trying to see where they are in the relationship.
The art is nothing spectacular, but also does not disappoint. It does justice to each character, and you can really get a feel for what the manga is about from the soft lines
and delicate features.
The characters themselves are somewhat standard, whether you're looking at it from a heterosexual or homosexual romance viewpoint.
You have the more dominant, experienced partner (Kase), and the innocent, "younger" partner (Yamada). While nothing gets too explicitly sexual, there are scenes where you can really see this dynamic come into play. Despite the yuri stereotypes, the mangaka does do a great job of having both girls still come into conflict with their relationship, and develop over time, leaving a bit of their overbearing personality traits behind to become better for one another.
Enjoyment , Overall 
Asagao to Kase-san is simply a cute, endearing read. I can not wait to see how everything goes once the entire series ends. There are sequel mangas after this, so if you're interested in persuing the series, I do recommend those as well!
WARNINGS: Asagao to Kase-san does have mildly sexually suggestive scenes.
It's nothing bad, just disappointed that all the chapters weren't translated or can't be found. The plot is basic, a athletic girl with a nice body falls in love with a girl who likes to garden. Yeah, it's a basic love plot, but it paces up good in the long run and I recommend everyone to read this atleast once.
Story (7.8): Short, sweet and simple. No fooling around, and that's what I like about in a good Yuri, but it could've been a 9 if I got or anyone in fact got to see how it ended.
Characters (8.0): The characters are simple and
sweet, and there seems to be a main focus on the two anyways. No love triangles in the way and no bad things are happening that'll probably hinder the plot. Everything is find and dandy, again something I like to have in a romance manga, and especially in a Yuri, which is something rare.
Art (8.5): The art isn't the best, but it's really unique and gives out a flesh and cute look for the two main girls in the story.
Enjoyment (8.2): Probably like everyone else, I was hoping to read more of this wonderful Yuri, but I got so lost when it came to the end. Like I wanted to see their future together, but no... you have to get a hand of the last few chapters yourself just to find the ending of this really good Yuri.
Overall (8.2): I would love to recommend this Yuri to everyone honestly, but the ending isn't there nor does anyone care to translate it. I've tried to read the raw version of this because there's more raw chapters than there is translated sadly..., and it does look good, but it's no use trying to read something you can't read. So I recommend people to read something like "Girlfriends", "Poor Poor Lips", or "Hanjuku Joshi" (If you want to read something spicy). They're good reads, and hope everyone that's reading this enjoys it like I did, but get ready to be disappointed because you won't see the ending.