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累計150万部突破!(電子含む) 話題沸騰の超純愛においフェチラブコメ第7巻に、小冊子付きの特装版が登場! 著者特別描き下ろし短編&コミックス未収録のイラストをどどんと収録した、ファン必携の一冊です。


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累計150万部突破!(電子含む) 話題沸騰の超純愛においフェチラブコメ第7巻に、小冊子付きの特装版が登場! 著者特別描き下ろし短編&コミックス未収録のイラストをどどんと収録した、ファン必携の一冊です。

30 review for あせとせっけん 7 特装版 [Ase to sekken 7: Limited Edition]

  1. 4 out of 5

    mina reads™️

    They’re so in love 🥰 Very sweet meet the parents storyline this volume, it was very heartwarming

  2. 5 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    I've already said enough why this is one of the best romance titles I've ever read. This volume just proves it more with a great family meeting. This time she gets to meet his parents and it works out so well. I also love the fact we have some resolution from the last volume and pickup points that otherwise other books would just have dropped. This is an incredible, sweet, and cute series well worth reading. I've already said enough why this is one of the best romance titles I've ever read. This volume just proves it more with a great family meeting. This time she gets to meet his parents and it works out so well. I also love the fact we have some resolution from the last volume and pickup points that otherwise other books would just have dropped. This is an incredible, sweet, and cute series well worth reading.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mark

    Kotaro and Asako are living together, but close quarters caused the first major hiccup in their relationship. As they recover, an anniversary is looming, but Asako has to meet the parents first and Kotaro is about to learn that sometimes the biggest rival is the one we create for ourselves. While a particular kink brought these two together, this series has smartly remembered its roots while building on them as well - that kink is not what keeps them together, as every volume quietly illustrates. Kotaro and Asako are living together, but close quarters caused the first major hiccup in their relationship. As they recover, an anniversary is looming, but Asako has to meet the parents first and Kotaro is about to learn that sometimes the biggest rival is the one we create for ourselves. While a particular kink brought these two together, this series has smartly remembered its roots while building on them as well - that kink is not what keeps them together, as every volume quietly illustrates. Kotaro still loves to sniff, Asako still deals with her sweating (perfectly reiterated this volume), but they are together because of what they’ve come to mean to each other. And good lord this book knows the difference between love and sexy and how to show both as part of a good relationship. The morning balcony scene that opens this volume is absolutely adorable and it feels like a “real”. moment, right down to the cold concrete. Then, later on, when Kotaro helps Asako with her after-work foot massage, you can practically feel the page steaming (to say nothing of Kotaro likely having a whole other fetish awoken in him). There are more than a few great moments like this. I love that this book can show that sexy doesn’t have to be straight nudity (though it does that really well too). The biggest action in this book is the trip to Kotaro’s family home and it’s such a fun experience since we’ve never seen these characters before (also the green tea fields look gorgeous). I absolutely love the way that his mom’s blindness was portrayed - her request of Asako at the end makes so much sense and means so much in context. There’s just a ton of good stuff here, including some classic Asako where she worries she’s not being polite enough because she’s so relaxed (and some classic Kotaro before the trip where he uses a request for advice to sneak in some cosplay) and Kotaro’s sister, who is delightfully bubbly. But my biggest praise is for Kotaro’s incredibly stoic father and I love the tack they take with him. Normally this emotionally withdrawn mountain would be nothing but a disapproving jerk, but this isn’t most books and I loved that the point here is that being emotionally quiet doesn’t mean you have to be a bad person. Now, Kotaro had a seriously grumpy reaction to Asako getting hit on before, causing a very awkward birthday, and when that guy crosses paths with him again, well, I think we know what most books would be going for here. Good thing this isn’t most books. Again. The florist hits it off with Kotaro as they work to correct a flaw with the set-up for an event and he invites Kotaro for a drink and Kotaro, who has been eaten up by this for a while, decides to push the issue. Well, I don’t think I have ever seen a story ding its protagonist for assuming so much in such elegant fashion. There’s a lot of being forced to realize that you were the source of your own problems and a very non-judgmental point that not all men operate in the same way. It’s yet another great twist of expectations in a book that is still pure charm and so adult about things that it makes you wish more books were like it. I hope it ends on a high note because this is such an easy recommend right now to people who need a break from school romances in manga or anybody who can see the joy in a functioning relationship. 5 stars - this series is head and shoulders above 95% of the manga I read and while it isn’t hitting its highest highs this time out, that doesn’t mean it’s bad or anything of the sort. I am quite content to finally proclaim this definitively as the best relationship in any manga I’ve ever read.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jillian -always aspiring-

    Still a fun, sweet series. I’ll be sad when it’s over.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Zahira⚡️

    i could die for these two

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    What makes this a better romance series than 99.9% of the others? The characters learn, grow, and talk things out when they're uncertain. If you're feeling cynical, that's the purest sign that it's fiction, but that can't take away from the sheer thoughtfulness of the series as a whole and this volume in particular. What makes this a better romance series than 99.9% of the others? The characters learn, grow, and talk things out when they're uncertain. If you're feeling cynical, that's the purest sign that it's fiction, but that can't take away from the sheer thoughtfulness of the series as a whole and this volume in particular.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Whitney

    My pre-order (made MONTHS AGO) was cancelled(!!!), so I am anxiously waiting for my copy to arrive next week! I am soooo bummed out that I have to wait now.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    bad comparisons are culturally universal i see, because someone said this is like wotakoi and i'm offended because kotaru has a pulse, unlike hirotaka. anyway i cried again. bad comparisons are culturally universal i see, because someone said this is like wotakoi and i'm offended because kotaru has a pulse, unlike hirotaka. anyway i cried again.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Gabrielle

    A great romance everyone should buy!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Angela

    We get to meet Kotaro's family and see even more examples of love and acceptance and family. This whole series just makes me happy inside! We get to meet Kotaro's family and see even more examples of love and acceptance and family. This whole series just makes me happy inside!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mayar El Mahdy

    So... like... when's the next volume out? So... like... when's the next volume out?

  12. 4 out of 5

    celene

    pls the meet the parents storyline was so soft y’all literally cried

  13. 5 out of 5

    Bee (BacchusVines)

    Well, these two are still the number one couple, at least in adult romance manga. I love reading each volume ASAP.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Joe Kerr

    Another great volume in a series I dearly love. I was born with hypersensitivity in my vision, hearing, touch, taste and smell. I've had to take a lot of extreme measures because of this. As a child, if I didn't wear dark sunglasses constantly, I got massive migraines that lasted for days. I can tell when any electronic device is turned on within about 50+ feet of me, even if it has volume set to zero, and has a blank screen in the case of TV's and monitors. My neighbors above me sleep with the T Another great volume in a series I dearly love. I was born with hypersensitivity in my vision, hearing, touch, taste and smell. I've had to take a lot of extreme measures because of this. As a child, if I didn't wear dark sunglasses constantly, I got massive migraines that lasted for days. I can tell when any electronic device is turned on within about 50+ feet of me, even if it has volume set to zero, and has a blank screen in the case of TV's and monitors. My neighbors above me sleep with the TV on at night, but muted. I can hear it clearly. I can "feel" and hear the electricity flowing through it. Just to block out all the sounds, I have to sleep with a radio next to my bed set to classical music on a very low volume, and also a small oscillating fan on, AND a humidifier quietly puffing away in the corner. They give me something to zero in on. Otherwise I can hear animals outside, the wind through the trees, traffic on the arterial a couple blocks away, people talking, snoring, sniffling, coughing, and breaking wind in not only the other nearby units, but the overall neighborhood. As a child, I had to wear sunglasses constantly. The Sun and fluorescent lights gave me horrific migraines. I would curl up in a ball in bed and just cry (my parents had blacked out the windows). I can smell things no one else save dogs seem to notice. So, I have an idea of how Natori's sensitivity to smells affect him. It can be incredibly overwhelming. I can't keep things like scented oils, pot pourri, scented candles, and the like in my home. I go through at least one bottle of Febreeze a week. While it smells obnoxious, it does an amazing job at neutralizing all the various random odors that overwhelm me. It's an amazing invention. Natori, he uses his ability to be successful in his career. Asuko's natural fragrance from her perspiration is what attracted Natori to her in the first place. I totally can relate. At night in bed, I love to hold my gal and bury my face in her hair and breathe deeply. I love the way some women's hair smells. I actually almost broke up with one gal because her hair smelled terrible (IMO). I was able to convince her to better care for her hair, but, in the end, we went our separate ways. To me, how a woman smells is very high on my list of desirable qualities. So I really do relate to Natori. Asuko, thankfully, she's pretty accepting of his constantly wanting to sniff her. However, they fit well together. He is dearly in love with her, as we learn at the end of the volume. Our two MCs spend time together doing wonderful things. They continue to grow closer. Asuko is coming out of her shell, little by little. I see good things ahead for these two. There's even an unusual event involving the business card foreigner from a volume or two back. Small world, indeed. I really do love this series, and am excitedly awaiting the next volume!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kat

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This series continues to be SO DAMN GOOD!!! Kotaro and Asako get to have some bonding time after the more stressful events at the end of the last volume...Asako learning how to just 'chill' was so adorable. Then, they get to meet Kotaro's family (finally!). I loved the scenes with his little sister, who is as energetic and earnest as Ichise, and his mother, who is just as thoughtful and caring as you'd expect from someone who raised Kotaro. The baby pictures and old photos of his parents were fu This series continues to be SO DAMN GOOD!!! Kotaro and Asako get to have some bonding time after the more stressful events at the end of the last volume...Asako learning how to just 'chill' was so adorable. Then, they get to meet Kotaro's family (finally!). I loved the scenes with his little sister, who is as energetic and earnest as Ichise, and his mother, who is just as thoughtful and caring as you'd expect from someone who raised Kotaro. The baby pictures and old photos of his parents were fun, especially because of the similarities between Kotaro and his dad when he was young (they even have the same cowlick in the middle of their forehead╰(≧◡≦)╯)! The only thing I wished we got a bit more of his dad's character. After this, there's a few more cute scenes between Kotaro and Asako, and the volume ends with Kotaro going to a press event and coincidentally running into the man who hit on Asako during their birthday outing. Kotaro gets a bit of closure because of this, and becomes even more resolute in his love for Asako...even hinting that he's thinking of marriage...! EEP! I cannot wait for the next volume, and can't get enough of this adorable and healthy relationship!!!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    The series is the epitome of wholesomeness, preciousness, and relationship goals. I know I tend to repeat myself in these reviews, but what more can I say? Asako and Kotaro continue to be #relationshipgoals, their friends and family continue to be supportive and adorable, and I love all of these characters so damn much my heart could burst. This is easily the best Josei romance I've ever read and any that come after will have to step up their game in order to match or even surpass it. Love, love The series is the epitome of wholesomeness, preciousness, and relationship goals. I know I tend to repeat myself in these reviews, but what more can I say? Asako and Kotaro continue to be #relationshipgoals, their friends and family continue to be supportive and adorable, and I love all of these characters so damn much my heart could burst. This is easily the best Josei romance I've ever read and any that come after will have to step up their game in order to match or even surpass it. Love, love, LOVE this series so damn much, enough said.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Aina

    I read this one this year and I LOVE IT. It's pure love and makes me wanna have a relationship with someone right now. This manga just shows how sexy a healthy relationship can be. In this one, they're living together, understanding each other and my favourite part in this manga is when she meets his parents. If you're reading this, just read this manga, don't hesitate ( ̄3 ̄) (I'm waiting for volume 8 to come out) I read this one this year and I LOVE IT. It's pure love and makes me wanna have a relationship with someone right now. This manga just shows how sexy a healthy relationship can be. In this one, they're living together, understanding each other and my favourite part in this manga is when she meets his parents. If you're reading this, just read this manga, don't hesitate ( ̄3 ̄) (I'm waiting for volume 8 to come out)

  18. 4 out of 5

    JAS

    * 4.5 ⭐️ These two are already pretty great at communicating and expressing their thoughts and opinions but damn, I love it when they speak about how much they love each other. Consists of chapters 53 - 62

  19. 4 out of 5

    Bethany

    I continue to love these two, Asako and Kotaro Natori. Cute meeting Kotaro's family for the first time. This one moved a little slow for me, so more like 4.5. But I look forward to continuing their story. I continue to love these two, Asako and Kotaro Natori. Cute meeting Kotaro's family for the first time. This one moved a little slow for me, so more like 4.5. But I look forward to continuing their story.

  20. 4 out of 5

    DJL

    This is fast-becoming one of my favorite Josei manga. The development of Asako and Kotaro's relationship is on point, and I cannot wait to see where the next volume takes us. I know it won't be long before we get to the end of the series, but I'm sure it will be a very satisfying conclusion. This is fast-becoming one of my favorite Josei manga. The development of Asako and Kotaro's relationship is on point, and I cannot wait to see where the next volume takes us. I know it won't be long before we get to the end of the series, but I'm sure it will be a very satisfying conclusion.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Janis Kay

    Hubby and I loved this one!!! This is chock full of relationship advice, so take notes :) ANYWAY! Meeting his parents and watching their relationship develop further is supremely satisfying in a way I never thought it'd be, haha. Seriously, this was a great volume and I'm eager to keep going. Hubby and I loved this one!!! This is chock full of relationship advice, so take notes :) ANYWAY! Meeting his parents and watching their relationship develop further is supremely satisfying in a way I never thought it'd be, haha. Seriously, this was a great volume and I'm eager to keep going.

  22. 5 out of 5

    mint🍵

    natori’s family is so cute, yes to lesbian little sister, and i especially loved his dad, stoic tea man. he was so handsome when he was young!!! natori and asako are continually more comfortable w each other and i loved that scene the night they stay over at his parents…

  23. 4 out of 5

    Craig Schorling

    It is so great to have a romance manga that actually explores the relationship aspects. This series continues to be solid.

  24. 5 out of 5

    -moonprismpower-

    I really enjoyed this volume. I loved how sweet and accepting Kotaro’s family were of Asako. Especially, Kotaro’s mother!!!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    I can't wait to see the ending! Also, their relationship is a goal! Good communication and trust and commitment. Overcoming your fear and become a better person together 👌👌👌 I can't wait to see the ending! Also, their relationship is a goal! Good communication and trust and commitment. Overcoming your fear and become a better person together 👌👌👌

  26. 4 out of 5

    Roomies' Digest

    😭😭😭 (happy tears) -monique

  27. 5 out of 5

    Erika Radabah

    How nerve wracking meeting your boyfriend's parents How nerve wracking meeting your boyfriend's parents

  28. 5 out of 5

    Franchezca

    It was so good!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Pumpkin Mochi

    Worth the wait to read can't wait vol 8 Worth the wait to read can't wait vol 8

  30. 5 out of 5

    H

    It's is a "meet the parents" story with the some getting "learning to live together" moments. It's is a "meet the parents" story with the some getting "learning to live together" moments.

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