Via his official Twitter account, the author Kenjirou hata commented that there are only about two hundred pages left for the manga Tonikaku kawaii ((TONIKAWA: Overjoyed for you). However, it is not clear whether he is referring to the fact that these pages remain for the completion of the work or only for the completion of the current arc. Note that the chapters in this serialization are each about twenty pages long.

Hata started publishing the manga through the revists Weekly Shonen Sunday from the publisher Shogakukan The publisher released the 13th compiled volume in October 2020, followed by the 14th in December 2020 in Japan.

The piece inspired a twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by the studios. Seven arches of pictures, Headed by Hiroshi ikehata and scripts from Kazuho Hyodo, published in October 2020. The production of an OVA is confirmed.

Tonikaku Kawaii Synopsis

Nasa Yuzaki is determined to put his name in the history books. If you come first on the national mock exam and aim for a reputable high school, you are sure that you have all your life planned. However, fate is a capricious lover. On the way home on a snowy night, Nasa's eyes fall on incomparable beauty across the street. Nasa magically tries to get closer to her, only to be surprised by an oncoming truck.

Fortunately, the girl's quick action saved his life. He is bleeding next to an ambulance and watches as the girl runs away in the moonlight, reminiscent of Princess Kaguya making her way to the moon. She refuses to end this chance encounter, forces her crippled body to stalk her, and interrogates her. Surprised by his ruthlessness and determination, the girl accepts his confession on one condition: they can only be together if he marries her!

Source: Official Twitter account

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