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Tokyo Boys & Girls, Vol. 5 (Tokyo Boys & Girls #5)

3.64 of 5 stars 3.64  ·  rating details  ·  123 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Mimori's in for a super-shock when her best friend, Nana, tells her she might be preggers! So Mimori does what any best friend would and goes to talk it over with the guy who might have knocked Nana up - but he doesn't' want to hear about it! Then it's time for Mimori to face up to her own boy issues as she struggles with the hard truth that she might have to move away...a ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published July 5th 2006 by VIZ Media LLC (first published June 1996)
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They did it! The past that has been haunting Haru has been revealed and the lovebirds are on the road to recovery! The issue of moving away sends one last axe into Mimori and Haruta’s relationship, and honestly it’s something I experienced myself early on in high school, so I found myself able to relate.

Nana’s character continues to spiral downward and even starts showing signs of being jealous of someone other than Kuniyasu. Nana and Ran’s side story is there, and it’s still messed up. I’m grow
I'm typing this after re-reading the series for a second time. The series is very cute and after a while you really do get to liking the characters. They're much more likable than the characters in Aihara's other series, Hot Gimmick & much more open about their feelings.

In the final volume Mimori's been interrupted by her parents after a steamy trip with her boyfriend Haru... well- it would have been steamy if not for her little scene with Haru in the last volume. Still, she's optimistic th
This was a terrific series. I am glad i stuck it out. I loved Haruta and Mimori's relationship. While the ending of this series was a cliff hanger, but it leaves room for the reader to create their own ending. Kuniyasu even made a slight turn for me.
I don't like how she ended this series. It was vague and nothing really felt like it got resolved. Seems like she did that with Hot Gimmick too, in some respects. Hmmm...
And just when it was getting interesting...
That was not a F@#ing ENDING MIKI AIHARA!!!!!
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Name in native language: 相原実貴
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