Following the Rain

Following the Rain

Written and illustrated by Jun Mayuzuki Translated by Jocelyne Allen Published in English by Vertical

Akira Tachibana’s operating job has arrived at a untimely end as a result of damage. Depressed, she wanders in to a cafe where in actuality the owner and their son are sort to her. She begins working during the restaurant and develops a crush on Masami Kondoh, the master.

Deb Aoki states about that manga, “It’s really a story that is sweet because the older guy ponders their overlooked fantasies to be an author… while the woman gets over a few of her worries after an accident that stopped her running profession. It might happen gross, however it’s really quite sweet. ”

The art may be the standard home design for many manga publications that attract adult visitors, character designs aren’t realistic, nevertheless the backgrounds are generally. For grownups shopping for one thing only a little nostalgic and only a little cute without having a sweet overload, After the Rain can do the secret.

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