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Tsurutsuru to Zarazara no Aida

Tsurutsuru to Zarazara no Aida

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Synonyms: Tsuru Tsuru to Zara Zara no Aida, Between Smooth and Rough
Japanese: つるつるとザラザラの間


Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 49
Status: Finished
Published: May 7, 2012 to Jun 5, 2015
Authors: Tsukiko (Story & Art)
Serialization: good! Afternoon


Score: 7.411 (scored by 737 users)
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Ranked: #46682
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Popularity: #4085
Members: 2,247
Favorites: 12
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Tamaki's family owns a pet shop specialized in reptiles and amphibians, though he himself doesn't particularly like them. He catches the interest of a girl named Saya, who really likes reptiles and amphibians. They start dating.

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Dec 5, 2018
hannie623 (All reviews)
Tsurutsuru to Zarazara no Aida is a slice of life romance centered around the relationship of two middle school students--one the son of reptile shop owners and the other a reptile lover. The author does a great job of incorporating reptiles into the series without smothering it. Overall, it's a very warm story that ends quite open. If you like for stories to end explicitly, it may leave you dissatisfied. However, in doing this, I think the author is able to continue the warm feeling through to the end. You have two side romances that are only implied; they never become official within the story. read more
Jul 22, 2018
An0nim (All reviews)
The tag (romance, seinen) and the cover of this manga took my interest for showing only two characters which most likely be something I would enjoy, thus I gave it a try. I expected something like Pashiri na Boku to Koi suru Banchou-san or Karakai Jouzu no Moto Takagi-san since such a romance story seems a trend in seinen manga; a romance story between two characters with comedy created by missunderstanding and/or innocenceness. While Tsuru Tsuru to Zara Zara no Aida is an innocent romance of two characters, it's so different than the series I mentioned before. It's more slice of life-y than comedy and read more


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