Digital Manga & Light Novels
Miyako and Tomiko are twins who run a real estate agency in Kichijoji, a Tokyo neighborhood that's been selected as the most desirable place to live in Tokyo for ten years running. Clients are keen on living in this neighborhood, but, maybe confused by their overly friendly customer service, they soon find themselves in “the place they really want to live”--which is some place other than Kichijoji! In Volume two, the Shigeta twins take you for a walk around Akihabara, Kuramae, Kyodo, and Kagurazaka. Also, plans for their home renovation take a huge leap forward! This city-stroll real-estate manga will make you want to move somewhere, anywhere. The more you read it, the less you’re able to stay put!
(C) Hirochi Maki / Kodansha Ltd.
Sale ends Oct 21, 2019
(08:59 PM) PT
|Series Title||Is Kichijoji the Only Place to Live?|
|Japanese Title||吉祥寺だけが住みたい街ですか？ (Kichijouji dake ga Sumitai Machi desu ka?)|
|Genre||Manga ,Seinen ,Slice of Life ,Kodansha Manga Harvest Sale|
|Available since||August 28, 2018 (12:00 AM) PT / August 28, 2018 (04:00 PM) JST|
|Page count||194pages (*note)|
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