Tonikaku Kawaii is a love story that skips the getting together of a couple and just starts off with couple living the newlywed life. Though I enjoyed reading the manga in the beginning, I had begun to lose interest as I continued.
I felt like Tonikaku Kawaii's avoidance of typical romance manga story elements proved to be a double edged sword. It skips straight to the cute fluff of two newlyweds, which can be incredibly refreshing. However, the characters in the manga encounter no romantic difficulties or any hardships throughout the entire course of the story, making the story boring for the reader as more time
goes on. Without any romantic mishaps or hardships, the couple hardly every grows or progresses, making the manga feel static.
I felt like the characters were average to below average at best. The main hero, Nasa, is similar to a harem protagonist. He can solve any problem, he's romantically inept, and he's a beta male. Their is no NTR in the story, but another man is never introduced and the side characters are so forgettable because they're sole purpose is to fulfill certain archetypes. I don't have a lot to say about the main girl. She is cute.
I think the art was solid. It wasn't exactly amazing but it got the job done well.
Overall, I think it is a cute manga, just don't expect any character development or depth. Though I might be tough on the manga, I did find some chapters to be enjoyable.
P.S I didn't realize this but the main guy is 18 and the girl is 16 I thought they were a lot older lol