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Strawberry 100% 1 (Ichigo 100% #1)

3.82 of 5 stars 3.82  ·  rating details  ·  245 ratings  ·  16 reviews
Against all odds, Junpei starts dating the most gorgeous girl in school, Tsukasa, believing that she is the mysterious beauty. But could his strawberry muse actually be a bookworm named Aya? Soon a tense love triangle forms between the beauty, the boy and the geek!
Paperback, 208 pages
Published July 3rd 2007 by VIZ Media (first published August 2nd 2002)
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Strawberry 100% was about a boy who wanted to be a movie maker. He eventually goes up to the roof of his middle school to find a beautiful girl wearing strawberry panties. He falls in love with her instantly but didn't catch her name because she ran away. Luckily for the main character, she left her notebook behind. When he returns the notebook, it seems that the owner wasn't the beauty he saw; it belonged to a 4 eyed girl. So, the main character thought it was the prettiest girl in school and a ...more
I like Kawashita's drawing... and that's about it. Someone told me this series starts to get good at volume 3 and it could be true because volume 1 wasn't that good, sadly I'm not about to find out because 200 pages should be enough to display some sort of hook and I didn't see that. What I saw was the settings of a very romantic "love triangle" (square, pentagone...) shonen, like a cheap Katsura with more playfull and pop fan service (from what I can see it turns into Love Hina further on). Eve ...more
It was alright. I read the whole series but I didn't particularly care about completing it except for the sake of finishing it. I didn't find it to be funny and I kinda disliked Junpei a little. I don't foresee reading this one again.
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Kimberly Ann
This series is really cute! Worth the read :)
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Apr 25, 2011 Federiken Masters rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Incondicionales del género
Recommended to Federiken by: Pontos
Este tomo padece el mal de otros tantos del género: arranca muy pero muy tonto y la serie tarda bastante en ponerse interesante. El dibujo es bastante bonito pero todavía está lejos del nivel que alcanzaría después. Por todo eso, este tomo no bastó para engancharme en su momento pero tuvo la suficiente gracia como para que retomara la serie después, primero por curiosidad y después por obligación (y curiosamente, me gustó más cuando la seguí por obligación que por curiosidad).
Kenny Nguyen
Well I just finish the total 167 chapters of this manga. Overall, I think this manga is really awesome, it leave a great memory within me after I finish it. Awesome story about love, dream, and most of all, wonderful memory about school life. Even though the ending did really put an end to this series already however, I hope that the creator would make a second series to it though or at least a short story that take place after the ending.
Lettura: da 1 a 8 (interrotta)
A fairly average manga that doesn't really do anything unique or exciting. It's entertaining enough, but there's really nothing special to get hooked on. There are a few parts of the story that manage to capture the essence of high school angst quite well, but the little moments of insight aren't really enough to raise the bar.
It was a really bad book!!!!! DON'T READ IT!!! BAD BOOK! WORST BOOK EVER! BAD BOOK! DON'T READ IT!! I found it at a store and thought that it looked good but it wasn't I read and have never touched it since. In fact I'm throwing it away.
The artwork if the best part of this book. Story suck, way too over dramatic. The art was good enough to get me to buy the second one though.
Elizabeth Rae
I don't like the ending but..... I like the story
I'm still voting for Aya toujo and Junpei Manaka!!!
Morbus Iff
I thought this would be absolutely horrible, and it kinda is stupid, but I'd read another.
Dony Grayman
Primer tomo de la autora publicado en Argentina.
Nov 27, 2008 Lord rated it 5 of 5 stars
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Harem manga at its best. I love this series!
Apr 19, 2011 Scott added it
it's ok just need ALOT more comdey
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Japanese Name (河下水希)

Mizuki Kawashita is a female Japanese manga artist, best known for her work Strawberry 100%. During the early part of her career, she wrote and illustrated under the pen name Mikan Momokuri (桃栗 みかん Momokuri Mikan?). Her first public work was a doujinshi called Innocent in 1993. Kawashita's longest running manga series, Strawberry 100%, was adapted into a thirteen episode anime
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