The first thing I noticed about this manga was the art. It is pretty and clean and pleasant to look at.
But the story also didn't disappoint me. It is about Haru, who meets a mysterious girl when looking at the rainbow. Haru develops an interest in the girl, and they start a strange relationship. The way Haru interacts with the other characters is very interesting and funny. But there isn't much development in the story. You can pretty much grasp it from just reading the first chapter.
I found Haru an enjoyable character. He was happy and enthousiastic. Maybe not all that realistic, but he made
me smile. The other characters were also interesting, and I found myself wanting to know more about them.
Overall it was a feel-good manga. It had a nice feeling to it and not to much drama. Not something to read if you're looking for something complicated or deep, but I recommend it to anyone looking for something to lighten your mood.