Rica tte Kanji!?
Tokyo Love: Rica'tte Kanji!?
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Rica tte Kanji!?

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Rica'tte Kanji!?
Japanese: リカって感じ!?
English: Tokyo Love: Rica'tte Kanji!?
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 20
Status: Finished
Published: 1995 to 1996
Genres: Girls Love Girls Love, Romance Romance, Slice of Life Slice of Life, Erotica Erotica
Serialization: Anise Magazine
Authors: Takashima, Rica (Story & Art)

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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #22445
Members: 315
Favorites: 1
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Synopsis

The adventures of college student Rica, as she attends university in Tokyo and visits the gay and lesbian district looking for friendship and love. Rica's story is sweet and funny, realistic and a little wacky with a refreshing lack of self-hatred and doubt, but with no lack of real emotions.

(Source: MU)

Background

Rica tte Kanji!? was published in English as Tokyo Love: Rica'tte Kanji!? by ALC Publishing. A Kindle edition was released on September 23, 2012.

Characters

Miho
Main

More reviewsReviews

Nov 20, 2020
snottiee (All reviews)
So good!! Gives me the same vibes as Dykes to Watch out For by Alison Bechdel!! I love stories about lesbian and bisexual women that are positive :) and I loved reading about them growing up. So much more realistic and sweet than a lot of yuri mangas I've read in my opinion. Also the art style was so unique and cute and I loved the main characters. The only part that I disliked was a possibly transphobic joke?? I wasn't sure but if you plan to read keep that in mind. I also really enjoyed reading the notes from the author, you can tell read more
Mar 27, 2008
AthenAltena (All reviews)
Preliminary
I was introduced to and bought this manga at the Yuricon booth at Anime Boston, and had it described to me as "A manga where a lesbian actually is happy to be a lesbian", and I must say that's a pretty good summary. Being semi-autobiographical on the part of the author, she says that she wrote it specifically to not be a depressing, forbidden love story, and it manages to deliver on that promise while not being too over the top in its message.

The art is simple but manages to convey adult concepts at the same time and is consistent throughout the story. There are read more

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