Kyō, Koi o Hajimemasu Manga Ends in Japan This Month

posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Last chapter of Kanan Minami's romance to serialize in Sho-Comi's November 19 issue

This year's 23rd issue of Shogakukan's Sho-Comi magazine is revealing on Saturday that Kanan Minami's Kyō, Koi o Hajimemasu shōjo romance manga will conclude in the magazine's next issue on November 19. The slice-of-life story is ending serialization after almost four years of publication in Sho-Comi.

The manga follows Tsubaki Hibino, a girl who is indifferent to both romance and fashion, even though she loves giving other people adorable hairstyles. On the first day of high school, she happened to sit next to Kyōta, a mean-spirited boy who teases her. In retaliation, she spontaneously pulls out scissors and cuts off his long tresses of hair. Thus begins the long love-hate relationship between Tsubaki and Kyōta.

Kyō, Koi o Hajimemasu began serializing in Sho-Comi in January 2008, and its penultimate 13th compiled book will ship in Japan on November 25. The manga's first original anime DVD bundled with limited editions of the ninth manga volume in June 2010, and a second anime DVD bundled with limited editions of the tenth compiled book last October.

[Via Manga News]

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