Chihiro-kun wa, Atashi Holic is a manga series by Sato Itou, which was serialized by Kodansha in Nakayoshi magazine, from June 3, 2019 to the present, and has produced 5 tankōbon volumes. Chihiro-kun wa, Atashi Holic has a genre; Romance, School Life, Shoujo, Slice of Life.
In this article I will discuss a manga entitled, “Chihiro-kun wa, Atashi Holic,” by Sato Itou which I actually only read up to volume 3, because I was only able to read it online until that volume. However, because I find this series interesting to read, and it feels like I can discuss it, I decided to discuss it for now. You can also read it live on Westmanga
Chihiro-kun wa, Atashi Holic is a manga series that is both interesting and fun for you to read, especially for female readers who like the shoujo genre. The prefix presented is interesting as well as very well made, so that it can make the reader understand the story you want to present, and the provision of the right topic in each chapter makes the development of the story more interesting.
At the beginning, we will be presented about the meeting between the heroine and the hero in this series which feels quite unique, then develops into an introduction as well as the formation of a relationship between them that feels very good, and ends with the growing feelings between the two. At the beginning, we are also given a theme that makes things more interesting and feels different from the usual shoujo series.
This series presents the theme of the fashion world, where the hero character is the designer while the heroine is a model who inspires the hero. This theme feels good to me to read, and also makes the introduction, formation, and growing feelings between the two feel more reasonable, so that we can also enjoy other things besides the love story between the two.
The theme also makes the topics of the stories presented more diverse, there are topics taken from these themes, and there are also general school life topics but combined with these themes into something newer to watch. In addition, the topic is discussed very well, there is a lot of knowledge from the theme inserted in the discussion which makes the discussion more complex, as well as indicating that the theme is indeed one of the important things in the storyline.
I actually really recommend this series for you female readers who may occasionally feel a very romantic thing from a manga. However, for male readers, I think this series is an interesting one for you to read, because I myself really enjoy reading this series, especially from the topic and how this series discusses the topic into an interesting story to follow.