Sumomomo Momomo: Chijou Saikyou no Yome
Sumomomo Momomo: The Strongest Bride On Earth
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Sumomomo Momomo: Chijou Saikyou no Yome

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Japanese: すもももももも ~地上最強のヨメ~
English: Sumomomo Momomo: The Strongest Bride On Earth
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 12
Chapters: 96
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 30, 2004 to Feb 6, 2009
Genres: Comedy Comedy, Romance Romance, Ecchi Ecchi
Themes: Harem Harem, Martial Arts Martial Arts, School School
Demographic: Seinen Seinen
Serialization: Young Gangan
Authors: Ohtaka, Shinobu (Story & Art)


Score: 7.191 (scored by 27462,746 users)
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Ranked: #53432
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Popularity: #2129
Members: 7,545
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Sumomomo, Momomo
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Momoko is the only child of the Kuzuryuu clan, a powerful martial arts family with inhuman strength. But strong as she is, her father fears a woman will never be able to master the skills of the family. Unless Momoko marries and bears a capable heir, the Kuzuryuu line is doomed to weaken and die off! With this mission in mind, Momoko is sent to the rival Inuzuka clan, where she is to marry the son of their mighty leader. But Koushi Inuzuka abandoned the martial arts long ago. Now committed to his legal studies, the last thing Koushi has on his mind is marriage—especially not to the world's strongest bride!

(Source: Yen Press)


Sumomomo Momomo: Chijou Saikyou no Yome was published in English as Sumomomo Momomo: The Strongest Bride On Earth by Yen Press from May 12, 2009 to May 29, 2012, as well as in eBook format on April 29, 2014.

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Nov 11, 2018
UkePaChan (All reviews)
What an underrated piece of work.
There are rarely comedy manga which make me laugh out loud, but this was one of them.
The comedy ties perfectly with the unique art style and interesting characters.
Moreover, you dont have to be into martial arts or battle manga to like this one, since comedy is still its strong point.

The story is not too deep and follows a certain pattern but loosens everything up with new characters and good gags. The focus on the characters relationships and family bonds are another main part.

Overall I had a very good read with this and can only recommend the anime read more
Aug 24, 2019
Catalano (All reviews)
Sumomomo Momomo: Chijou Saikyou no Yome (World's Strongest Bride) is the first manga written by Ohtaka Shinobu, the creator of Magi (more famous), its span was 5 years with a total of 92 chapters (+4 extra chapters added at the end of some volumes), 12 volumes, from 2004 till 2009.

Following the synopsis, it's about a guy who gets a sudden visit from a martial arts cute girl who proclaims that they should married and live happily ever after with healthy children, the hook of the story is simple: our main boy character, Inuzuka Koushi, doesn't want to do martial arts and hates girls that do read more
Oct 16, 2020
SXJXY (All reviews)
So for anyone wondering where to continue the manga from the anime's end then start with volume 7. Obviously a new antagonist is introduced after the tiger family and it kinda gets frustrating to deal with the weak main character at times but that's the whole point of the story but towards the end it becomes more of a shonen jump action manga than a gag manga how it was first started off (with the title saying the world's strongest bride) towards the end later half of the manga after the bride-to-be becomes more of a side character and doesn't really fight anyone else read more
Mar 9, 2018
tateha (All reviews)
What a big waste of time.
This 12 Volume long piece could have been easily been a 1 Volume piece since practically nothing at all is happening for the first 11 Volumes.

There is some character development present, but only for the side characters. The main character is basically the same pathetic person for pretty much the entire time.

The flow is like this:
others help him out -> he realizes he is weak and useless -> maybe wants to change -> doesn't do anything

*repeat for ~11 volumes*

I rarely have been this angry at a Manga on how slow and boring it is and how nothing is happening read more


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