Fujiyama-san wa Shishunki
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Fujiyama-san wa Shishunki

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Synonyms: Fujiyama's Adolescence
Japanese: 富士山さんは思春期


Type: Manga
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 67
Status: Finished
Published: Nov 20, 2012 to Dec 15, 2015
Genres: ComedyComedy, RomanceRomance, SchoolSchool, Slice of LifeSlice of Life, SeinenSeinen
Authors: Ojiro, Makoto (Story & Art)
Serialization: Manga Action


Score: 7.591 (scored by 64596,459 users)
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Ranked: #20642
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Popularity: #910
Members: 14,340
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Shortly before the school term is over, a peeping attempt goes wrong and results in middle school student Yuuichi Kanba reconnecting with his childhood friend Makio Fujiyama, a girl who stands taller than the rest of her classmates at 181 cm. After seeing her undress, feelings of affection begin to blossom within Kanba, despite Fujiyama being considered unattractive by both peers and passersby. Kanba asks her out on an impulse and—to his surprise—she says yes.

Through school events, fireworks festivals, and more, Kanba juggles gawking at his new girlfriend and keeping their relationship a secret. This is no easy task for the less-than-popular Kanba, as Fujiyama often draws the eyes of all around her.

Fuijyama-san wa Shishunki follows the pair as they stumble hand-in-hand through many lighthearted, comedic situations and gradually learn more about young love and each other.

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Oct 25, 2016
deadoptimist (All reviews)
Amazing. Unbelievably, unexpectedly – amazing. And the most surprising thing is that I can say it without any concessions to the romance genre. Fujiyama-san wa Shishunki is a manga you want to dissolve in, to live in, so consistently good its writing and its art are.

Lemme start with the characters, after all, the premise of a romance between a short guy and a tall girl is what would make the synopsis of this manga anywhere. But it’s not Love Com, and the difference in height quickly becomes secondary for their budding feeling. Boy, do the characters feel human, do they feel alive. A big chunk read more
Oct 18, 2016
power199 (All reviews)
This piece is really something. I can really recommend it to people who love romance and even more so if you love the process of falling in love. The main protagonists have a really innocent relationship with the occasional goofy moments that could be considered ecchi. The characters are extremely likeable especially Fujiyama Makio with her everything is cool personality. The story kept me on the edge most of the time because the atmosphere is always like "this is the time they make finally the next step" and then it descends into the same pattern, but it is still really good. I am looking forward read more
Dec 3, 2018
RainbowSlowmo (All reviews)
I'm just going to jump straight into this so...

Story 6/10: Now... I love the whole school romance vibe I get from manga because for some reason I can relate and understand it. The story all together started off amazing, even though it felt a little rushed into the whole relationship at the beginning I still accepted it. Things were moving smoothly and unless I missed a chapter or page or something... Where the hell was the kiss scene?! I mean just a few chapters in and he's already feeling her up under a blanket, yet they won't add a kiss scene? I thought things were read more
May 13, 2021
NextUniverse (All reviews)
(TLDR Review at the bottom, as always, thanks for reading)

Before I say anything, maybe this isn't the correct thing to say, but Ojiro Makoto has this trilogy of manga that are so simple that they are some of the best things one can read in the romance genre. The three I would like to call out are (from earliest to latest):
- "Fujiyama-san wa Shishunki" / "Fujiyama's Adolescence"
- "Neko no Otera no Chion-san" / "Cat Temple's Miss Chion"
- "Kimi wa Houkago Insomnia" / "Insomniacs After School"

All three of these are highly recommended by myself. Do yourself a favour and find time to *binge* them.

Now for the read more

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