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Toriko Chiya's Clover trèfle Sequel Manga Ends in November

posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Office worker romance series launched in June 2012

The December issue of Shueisha's Cocohana magazine confirmed on Monday that Toriko Chiya's Clover trèfle sequel manga will end in the magazine's January 2020 issue, which will ship on November 28. Chiya had stated on Twitter in August that she was working on the storyboards for the final chapter of the manga.

Chiya launched the series in Shueisha's Cocohana magazine in June 2012. Shueisha published the ninth compiled book volume in June 2018. The series again follows the relationship between office workers Saya and Tsuge.

The original manga series centers on a 21-year-old office worker named Saya Suzuki. Saya never forgets the boy she liked in middle school, so she isn't interested in romantic relationships. However, this lack of interest begins to dissolve when Saya's supervisor Susumu Tsuge suddenly confesses his love.

The first Clover romance manga debuted in Shueisha's Bouquet magazine in 1997. Shueisha's Chorus magazine began serializing the story in 2006 before the magazine changed its name to Cocohana in 2011.

Kodansha Comics is publishing Chiya's Tokyo Alice manga in English.

Source: Cocohana December issue


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