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Pochiyama at the Pharmacy

Pochiyama at the Pharmacy

Alternative Titles

English: Pochiyama at the Pharmacy
Synonyms: Yakkyouku no Pochiyama-san
Japanese: 薬局のポチ山さん

Information

Type: Doujinshi
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 4
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 30, 2005 to ?
Authors: Abe, Yoshitoshi (Story & Art)
Serialization: None

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Score: 6.701 (scored by 652 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #6841
Members: 1,401
Favorites: 1

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Preliminary
Nov 2, 2008
PartiaL (All reviews)
Preliminary
Pochiyama at the Pharmacy is a slice of life one shot manga that is strangely intriguing, but leaves us seemingly empty handed.

What we get to experience is an episode and interaction in the life of Pochiyama and a normal highschool age boy Taki. The story is basically non existant, but what makes it interesting though is the weird habits of Pochiyama. I found her character to be the best part of this work.

In the end it feels like a chance meeting of what could've been an interesting relationship, but i suppose that is the problem with most one-shots.

It's a real short story so read more
Sep 10, 2019
Tyrraell (All reviews)
This very short manga shows us the daily misfits and quirks of one very shy girl, working in a pharmacy, who has odd banters with one of her customers.

The story is not existant, but considering it's few pages is quite understandable, the art in general is alright, and the design of the main heroine is admirable, simplistic, but very sweet. The characters are presented just right, and the main appeal of the manga is the quirky, funny and pretty much odd conversations between these two.

If you're looking for a strange, short read, or just something lighthearted with comedic approach, read more