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Ema Toyama Ends Watanuki-san ni wa Boku ga Tarinai Manga in October

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Manga by Missions of Love, Aoba-kun's Confessions creator launched in 2014

The November issue of Kodansha's ARIA magazine revealed on Thursday that Ema Toyama's Watanuki-san ni wa Boku ga Tarinai manga is ending the magazine's next issue on October 28. The magazine also published the final chapter of Yui Kuroe's Gokurakuchō Dead End manga in the November issue.

The romantic comedy Watanuki-san ni wa Boku ga Tarinai centers on the beautiful and witty high school honor student Reira Watanuki. Reira has a secret that she can't tell anyone: she lives in a love hotel. One day her classmate Owaru Sangatsu finds out her secret, but instead keeping the secret, he comes to live with her in the love hotel.

Toyama launched the manga in ARIA in May 2014. Kodansha published the manga's fifth compiled book volume on May 12.

Kodansha Comics publishes Toyama's award-winning Missions of Love (Watashi ni xx Shinasai!) manga in English. Kodansha Comics also released Toyama's Manga Dogs, I Am Here!, and Shugo Chara-chan! manga. Tokyopop previously published Toyama's Pixie Pop: Gokkun Pucho manga. Kodansha Advanced Media is publishing Toyama's Aoba-kun's Confessions manga digitally, and it released the first volume on May 16.

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