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Inu Neko Jump!

Inu Neko Jump!

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Synonyms: Dog Cat Jump!, Korekara mo Tsuzuku Ongaku
Japanese: イヌっネコっジャンプ!


Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 42
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 19, 2000 to Dec 29, 2001
Authors: Hattori, Mitsuru (Story & Art)
Serialization: Young Magazine Uppers


Score: 7.091 (scored by 1545 users)
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Ranked: #77172
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Popularity: #2336
Members: 2,746
Favorites: 22
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Volumes: /5
Chapters: /42


Ever since middle school, Takahiro Ozu was famous in the world of track and field as the "long jump specialist." But after losing his final competition in high school, he hung up his track shoes for good. Now in college, having taken up smoking, he just wants to get a girlfriend and lead a normal student life.

Noriko Watsuki has had a crush on Takahiro since she first saw him jump and wants him to join the college track team so she can get close to him. Yuuki "The Headphone Girl? Hoguchi, a high school student who likes to hang out at the university, claims Takahiro took her virginity 13 years ago when he was in kindergarten. She considers him her property to do with as she pleases. Throw in a full cast of zany and unique characters, sprinkle with fan service, and you have the world of Inu Neko Jump.

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Included one-shot:
Volume 4: Korekara mo Tsuzuku Ongaku (pilot)


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Horiguchi, Yuki
Horiguchi, Yuki

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May 12, 2009
Inu Neko Jump is not primarily a sports manga. It's also a romance and a comedy - hard to pull off altogether, huh? Well, this manga did it well.

The story was decent -- a retired high-school long jumper goes to college where he meets a lot of weird people (on the track team that he doesn't want to join) and meets one special person who forces him to jump again and make him realize his talents again, even if that's not her intention. It's touching, it's funny. But it won't bring you to your knees in tears or leave you wanting an encore especially bad. read more
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