Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 5

Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 5

THE BUSINESS OF LOVE With the help of Amars and their savvy new ally Nisha, Tsukimi?s jellyfish designs are slowly taking shape as a real clothing line. There?s no time to waste if the group wants to save Amamizukan and make a splash in the fashion world, and that means churning out new dresses?and fast! As if Tsukimi weren?t already overwhelmed, Shu makes it clear that he? THE BUSINESS OF LOVE With the help of Amars and their savvy new ally Nisha, Tsukimi?s jellyfish design...

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Title:Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 5
Author:Akiko Higashimura
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1632362333
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:356 pages pages

Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 5 Reviews

  • Maija
    Jan 11, 2018

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

  • Denise
    Apr 23, 2018

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranos...

    After Dragon Ball-ing us along for the last few volumes, Higashimura finally gives us some meaty character development that hearkens back to the excellent debut collection. The handwringing Shu-kimi romance is obviously the main attraction here, but it's also refreshing to see Kuranosu...

    After the soul-searching in the last volume, we see some changes to how Jellyfish operates. Luckily for everyone, Nisha from the clothing factory has taken an interest in the enterprise and sticks around to help out. It's truly charity as the Amars and Kuro have no idea what they're do...

  • Woowott
    Aug 02, 2017

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranos...

    After Dragon Ball-ing us along for the last few volumes, Higashimura finally gives us some meaty character development that hearkens back to the excellent debut collection. The handwringing Shu-kimi romance is obviously the main attraction here, but it's also refreshing to see Kuranosu...

    After the soul-searching in the last volume, we see some changes to how Jellyfish operates. Luckily for everyone, Nisha from the clothing factory has taken an interest in the enterprise and sticks around to help out. It's truly charity as the Amars and Kuro have no idea what they're do...

    This series makes me feel things. I think it's adorable how clueless Shu and Tsukimi are, but I confess, I'm team Kuranosuke. Kuranosuke reflects quite a bit in this volume (double volume) about how he's made Tsukimi into the princess and how it hurts that the sorcerer doesn't get to b...

    Love these books so much. Tsukimi's romance with Shu continues and her friends try to deal. Especially Kuranosuke, who is questioning what exactly it is that *he* feels for her. The Amars continue to try to build their fashion business in order to save their home, but the scheming rede...

    Another good volume! I liked that Kurako-san started thinking more about the cost of cheap fashion, and whether or not the Jellyfish line should be lowering their standards to raise their profit margins. I can't remember the Indian woman's name, but I wish I knew what her accent sounde...

    I find it so hard to review these volumes because they are so long and so much happens and I enjoyed it all... What can I say other than it's great, especially when I am marathoning omnibuses??? 4.5/5? ...

    Oooooooo this volume was just so fun. There was some real payoff in the Shu story line and I like the way the dress line is going. Over all I think this is a pretty transitional volume but I am here for all the Jellyfish fun! ...

    This... Just... Yes. Make dresses the amars want to wear, and yes Tsukimi fall in love because everyone deserves it, and yes keep being hilarious and have awesome female friendships! I love this series so freaking much! ...

    Another cute, funny volume. It's fun to see the relationships progressing as well as the plot. As usual some of the culture-specific jokes went over my head but there was still plenty to laugh at. ...

    This was great! I love these characters! I was shocked for shu to propose after telling Tsukimj that he loved her on her first date! ...

    Good volumes. ...

    ... I was not expecting the short course in clothing industry economics. Interesting! ...

    Fantastic, I totally loved this GAH! ...

    Great as usual, but so awkward it was painful! ...

    3 ? 3 ?? ...more ...

    Tsukimi, it is ALL about Kuranosuke. God, I love this series. ...

  • Kassandra
    Nov 21, 2017

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranos...

    After Dragon Ball-ing us along for the last few volumes, Higashimura finally gives us some meaty character development that hearkens back to the excellent debut collection. The handwringing Shu-kimi romance is obviously the main attraction here, but it's also refreshing to see Kuranosu...

    After the soul-searching in the last volume, we see some changes to how Jellyfish operates. Luckily for everyone, Nisha from the clothing factory has taken an interest in the enterprise and sticks around to help out. It's truly charity as the Amars and Kuro have no idea what they're do...

    This series makes me feel things. I think it's adorable how clueless Shu and Tsukimi are, but I confess, I'm team Kuranosuke. Kuranosuke reflects quite a bit in this volume (double volume) about how he's made Tsukimi into the princess and how it hurts that the sorcerer doesn't get to b...

    Love these books so much. Tsukimi's romance with Shu continues and her friends try to deal. Especially Kuranosuke, who is questioning what exactly it is that *he* feels for her. The Amars continue to try to build their fashion business in order to save their home, but the scheming rede...

    Another good volume! I liked that Kurako-san started thinking more about the cost of cheap fashion, and whether or not the Jellyfish line should be lowering their standards to raise their profit margins. I can't remember the Indian woman's name, but I wish I knew what her accent sounde...

    I find it so hard to review these volumes because they are so long and so much happens and I enjoyed it all... What can I say other than it's great, especially when I am marathoning omnibuses??? 4.5/5? ...

    Oooooooo this volume was just so fun. There was some real payoff in the Shu story line and I like the way the dress line is going. Over all I think this is a pretty transitional volume but I am here for all the Jellyfish fun! ...

    This... Just... Yes. Make dresses the amars want to wear, and yes Tsukimi fall in love because everyone deserves it, and yes keep being hilarious and have awesome female friendships! I love this series so freaking much! ...

    Another cute, funny volume. It's fun to see the relationships progressing as well as the plot. As usual some of the culture-specific jokes went over my head but there was still plenty to laugh at. ...

    This was great! I love these characters! I was shocked for shu to propose after telling Tsukimj that he loved her on her first date! ...

  • Text Addict
    Jan 22, 2018

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranos...

    After Dragon Ball-ing us along for the last few volumes, Higashimura finally gives us some meaty character development that hearkens back to the excellent debut collection. The handwringing Shu-kimi romance is obviously the main attraction here, but it's also refreshing to see Kuranosu...

    After the soul-searching in the last volume, we see some changes to how Jellyfish operates. Luckily for everyone, Nisha from the clothing factory has taken an interest in the enterprise and sticks around to help out. It's truly charity as the Amars and Kuro have no idea what they're do...

    This series makes me feel things. I think it's adorable how clueless Shu and Tsukimi are, but I confess, I'm team Kuranosuke. Kuranosuke reflects quite a bit in this volume (double volume) about how he's made Tsukimi into the princess and how it hurts that the sorcerer doesn't get to b...

    Love these books so much. Tsukimi's romance with Shu continues and her friends try to deal. Especially Kuranosuke, who is questioning what exactly it is that *he* feels for her. The Amars continue to try to build their fashion business in order to save their home, but the scheming rede...

    Another good volume! I liked that Kurako-san started thinking more about the cost of cheap fashion, and whether or not the Jellyfish line should be lowering their standards to raise their profit margins. I can't remember the Indian woman's name, but I wish I knew what her accent sounde...

    I find it so hard to review these volumes because they are so long and so much happens and I enjoyed it all... What can I say other than it's great, especially when I am marathoning omnibuses??? 4.5/5? ...

    Oooooooo this volume was just so fun. There was some real payoff in the Shu story line and I like the way the dress line is going. Over all I think this is a pretty transitional volume but I am here for all the Jellyfish fun! ...

    This... Just... Yes. Make dresses the amars want to wear, and yes Tsukimi fall in love because everyone deserves it, and yes keep being hilarious and have awesome female friendships! I love this series so freaking much! ...

    Another cute, funny volume. It's fun to see the relationships progressing as well as the plot. As usual some of the culture-specific jokes went over my head but there was still plenty to laugh at. ...

    This was great! I love these characters! I was shocked for shu to propose after telling Tsukimj that he loved her on her first date! ...

    Good volumes. ...

    ... I was not expecting the short course in clothing industry economics. Interesting! ...

  • Mary
    Jul 22, 2017

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranos...

    After Dragon Ball-ing us along for the last few volumes, Higashimura finally gives us some meaty character development that hearkens back to the excellent debut collection. The handwringing Shu-kimi romance is obviously the main attraction here, but it's also refreshing to see Kuranosu...

    After the soul-searching in the last volume, we see some changes to how Jellyfish operates. Luckily for everyone, Nisha from the clothing factory has taken an interest in the enterprise and sticks around to help out. It's truly charity as the Amars and Kuro have no idea what they're do...

    This series makes me feel things. I think it's adorable how clueless Shu and Tsukimi are, but I confess, I'm team Kuranosuke. Kuranosuke reflects quite a bit in this volume (double volume) about how he's made Tsukimi into the princess and how it hurts that the sorcerer doesn't get to b...

  • Paul Mirek
    Mar 22, 2018

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranos...

    After Dragon Ball-ing us along for the last few volumes, Higashimura finally gives us some meaty character development that hearkens back to the excellent debut collection. The handwringing Shu-kimi romance is obviously the main attraction here, but it's also refreshing to see Kuranosu...

  • Sarah Schanze
    Aug 25, 2017

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranos...

    After Dragon Ball-ing us along for the last few volumes, Higashimura finally gives us some meaty character development that hearkens back to the excellent debut collection. The handwringing Shu-kimi romance is obviously the main attraction here, but it's also refreshing to see Kuranosu...

    After the soul-searching in the last volume, we see some changes to how Jellyfish operates. Luckily for everyone, Nisha from the clothing factory has taken an interest in the enterprise and sticks around to help out. It's truly charity as the Amars and Kuro have no idea what they're do...

    This series makes me feel things. I think it's adorable how clueless Shu and Tsukimi are, but I confess, I'm team Kuranosuke. Kuranosuke reflects quite a bit in this volume (double volume) about how he's made Tsukimi into the princess and how it hurts that the sorcerer doesn't get to b...

    Love these books so much. Tsukimi's romance with Shu continues and her friends try to deal. Especially Kuranosuke, who is questioning what exactly it is that *he* feels for her. The Amars continue to try to build their fashion business in order to save their home, but the scheming rede...

    Another good volume! I liked that Kurako-san started thinking more about the cost of cheap fashion, and whether or not the Jellyfish line should be lowering their standards to raise their profit margins. I can't remember the Indian woman's name, but I wish I knew what her accent sounde...

    I find it so hard to review these volumes because they are so long and so much happens and I enjoyed it all... What can I say other than it's great, especially when I am marathoning omnibuses??? 4.5/5? ...

    Oooooooo this volume was just so fun. There was some real payoff in the Shu story line and I like the way the dress line is going. Over all I think this is a pretty transitional volume but I am here for all the Jellyfish fun! ...

    This... Just... Yes. Make dresses the amars want to wear, and yes Tsukimi fall in love because everyone deserves it, and yes keep being hilarious and have awesome female friendships! I love this series so freaking much! ...

    Another cute, funny volume. It's fun to see the relationships progressing as well as the plot. As usual some of the culture-specific jokes went over my head but there was still plenty to laugh at. ...

  • Katja
    Jan 06, 2018

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

  • Andrea
    Feb 01, 2018

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranos...

    After Dragon Ball-ing us along for the last few volumes, Higashimura finally gives us some meaty character development that hearkens back to the excellent debut collection. The handwringing Shu-kimi romance is obviously the main attraction here, but it's also refreshing to see Kuranosu...

    After the soul-searching in the last volume, we see some changes to how Jellyfish operates. Luckily for everyone, Nisha from the clothing factory has taken an interest in the enterprise and sticks around to help out. It's truly charity as the Amars and Kuro have no idea what they're do...

    This series makes me feel things. I think it's adorable how clueless Shu and Tsukimi are, but I confess, I'm team Kuranosuke. Kuranosuke reflects quite a bit in this volume (double volume) about how he's made Tsukimi into the princess and how it hurts that the sorcerer doesn't get to b...

    Love these books so much. Tsukimi's romance with Shu continues and her friends try to deal. Especially Kuranosuke, who is questioning what exactly it is that *he* feels for her. The Amars continue to try to build their fashion business in order to save their home, but the scheming rede...

    Another good volume! I liked that Kurako-san started thinking more about the cost of cheap fashion, and whether or not the Jellyfish line should be lowering their standards to raise their profit margins. I can't remember the Indian woman's name, but I wish I knew what her accent sounde...

  • Tamara
    Jul 25, 2017

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

  • Shanna Hurd
    Sep 05, 2017

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranos...

    After Dragon Ball-ing us along for the last few volumes, Higashimura finally gives us some meaty character development that hearkens back to the excellent debut collection. The handwringing Shu-kimi romance is obviously the main attraction here, but it's also refreshing to see Kuranosu...

    After the soul-searching in the last volume, we see some changes to how Jellyfish operates. Luckily for everyone, Nisha from the clothing factory has taken an interest in the enterprise and sticks around to help out. It's truly charity as the Amars and Kuro have no idea what they're do...

    This series makes me feel things. I think it's adorable how clueless Shu and Tsukimi are, but I confess, I'm team Kuranosuke. Kuranosuke reflects quite a bit in this volume (double volume) about how he's made Tsukimi into the princess and how it hurts that the sorcerer doesn't get to b...

    Love these books so much. Tsukimi's romance with Shu continues and her friends try to deal. Especially Kuranosuke, who is questioning what exactly it is that *he* feels for her. The Amars continue to try to build their fashion business in order to save their home, but the scheming rede...

  • Julia
    Sep 29, 2017

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

  • Shala
    Jun 11, 2018

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

  • ♡
    Sep 14, 2018

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranos...

    After Dragon Ball-ing us along for the last few volumes, Higashimura finally gives us some meaty character development that hearkens back to the excellent debut collection. The handwringing Shu-kimi romance is obviously the main attraction here, but it's also refreshing to see Kuranosu...

    After the soul-searching in the last volume, we see some changes to how Jellyfish operates. Luckily for everyone, Nisha from the clothing factory has taken an interest in the enterprise and sticks around to help out. It's truly charity as the Amars and Kuro have no idea what they're do...

    This series makes me feel things. I think it's adorable how clueless Shu and Tsukimi are, but I confess, I'm team Kuranosuke. Kuranosuke reflects quite a bit in this volume (double volume) about how he's made Tsukimi into the princess and how it hurts that the sorcerer doesn't get to b...

    Love these books so much. Tsukimi's romance with Shu continues and her friends try to deal. Especially Kuranosuke, who is questioning what exactly it is that *he* feels for her. The Amars continue to try to build their fashion business in order to save their home, but the scheming rede...

    Another good volume! I liked that Kurako-san started thinking more about the cost of cheap fashion, and whether or not the Jellyfish line should be lowering their standards to raise their profit margins. I can't remember the Indian woman's name, but I wish I knew what her accent sounde...

    I find it so hard to review these volumes because they are so long and so much happens and I enjoyed it all... What can I say other than it's great, especially when I am marathoning omnibuses??? 4.5/5? ...

    Oooooooo this volume was just so fun. There was some real payoff in the Shu story line and I like the way the dress line is going. Over all I think this is a pretty transitional volume but I am here for all the Jellyfish fun! ...

    This... Just... Yes. Make dresses the amars want to wear, and yes Tsukimi fall in love because everyone deserves it, and yes keep being hilarious and have awesome female friendships! I love this series so freaking much! ...

    Another cute, funny volume. It's fun to see the relationships progressing as well as the plot. As usual some of the culture-specific jokes went over my head but there was still plenty to laugh at. ...

    This was great! I love these characters! I was shocked for shu to propose after telling Tsukimj that he loved her on her first date! ...

    Good volumes. ...

    ... I was not expecting the short course in clothing industry economics. Interesting! ...

    Fantastic, I totally loved this GAH! ...

    Great as usual, but so awkward it was painful! ...

    3 ? 3 ?? ...more ...

  • Lisa
    Nov 21, 2017

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranos...

    After Dragon Ball-ing us along for the last few volumes, Higashimura finally gives us some meaty character development that hearkens back to the excellent debut collection. The handwringing Shu-kimi romance is obviously the main attraction here, but it's also refreshing to see Kuranosu...

    After the soul-searching in the last volume, we see some changes to how Jellyfish operates. Luckily for everyone, Nisha from the clothing factory has taken an interest in the enterprise and sticks around to help out. It's truly charity as the Amars and Kuro have no idea what they're do...

    This series makes me feel things. I think it's adorable how clueless Shu and Tsukimi are, but I confess, I'm team Kuranosuke. Kuranosuke reflects quite a bit in this volume (double volume) about how he's made Tsukimi into the princess and how it hurts that the sorcerer doesn't get to b...

    Love these books so much. Tsukimi's romance with Shu continues and her friends try to deal. Especially Kuranosuke, who is questioning what exactly it is that *he* feels for her. The Amars continue to try to build their fashion business in order to save their home, but the scheming rede...

    Another good volume! I liked that Kurako-san started thinking more about the cost of cheap fashion, and whether or not the Jellyfish line should be lowering their standards to raise their profit margins. I can't remember the Indian woman's name, but I wish I knew what her accent sounde...

    I find it so hard to review these volumes because they are so long and so much happens and I enjoyed it all... What can I say other than it's great, especially when I am marathoning omnibuses??? 4.5/5? ...

    Oooooooo this volume was just so fun. There was some real payoff in the Shu story line and I like the way the dress line is going. Over all I think this is a pretty transitional volume but I am here for all the Jellyfish fun! ...

  • Katy
    Mar 07, 2018

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranos...

    After Dragon Ball-ing us along for the last few volumes, Higashimura finally gives us some meaty character development that hearkens back to the excellent debut collection. The handwringing Shu-kimi romance is obviously the main attraction here, but it's also refreshing to see Kuranosu...

    After the soul-searching in the last volume, we see some changes to how Jellyfish operates. Luckily for everyone, Nisha from the clothing factory has taken an interest in the enterprise and sticks around to help out. It's truly charity as the Amars and Kuro have no idea what they're do...

    This series makes me feel things. I think it's adorable how clueless Shu and Tsukimi are, but I confess, I'm team Kuranosuke. Kuranosuke reflects quite a bit in this volume (double volume) about how he's made Tsukimi into the princess and how it hurts that the sorcerer doesn't get to b...

    Love these books so much. Tsukimi's romance with Shu continues and her friends try to deal. Especially Kuranosuke, who is questioning what exactly it is that *he* feels for her. The Amars continue to try to build their fashion business in order to save their home, but the scheming rede...

    Another good volume! I liked that Kurako-san started thinking more about the cost of cheap fashion, and whether or not the Jellyfish line should be lowering their standards to raise their profit margins. I can't remember the Indian woman's name, but I wish I knew what her accent sounde...

    I find it so hard to review these volumes because they are so long and so much happens and I enjoyed it all... What can I say other than it's great, especially when I am marathoning omnibuses??? 4.5/5? ...

    Oooooooo this volume was just so fun. There was some real payoff in the Shu story line and I like the way the dress line is going. Over all I think this is a pretty transitional volume but I am here for all the Jellyfish fun! ...

    This... Just... Yes. Make dresses the amars want to wear, and yes Tsukimi fall in love because everyone deserves it, and yes keep being hilarious and have awesome female friendships! I love this series so freaking much! ...

  • Amber
    Jul 24, 2017

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

  • Maia
    Feb 15, 2018

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranos...

  • Aaron
    Mar 15, 2018

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
    Feb 03, 2018

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranos...

    After Dragon Ball-ing us along for the last few volumes, Higashimura finally gives us some meaty character development that hearkens back to the excellent debut collection. The handwringing Shu-kimi romance is obviously the main attraction here, but it's also refreshing to see Kuranosu...

    After the soul-searching in the last volume, we see some changes to how Jellyfish operates. Luckily for everyone, Nisha from the clothing factory has taken an interest in the enterprise and sticks around to help out. It's truly charity as the Amars and Kuro have no idea what they're do...

    This series makes me feel things. I think it's adorable how clueless Shu and Tsukimi are, but I confess, I'm team Kuranosuke. Kuranosuke reflects quite a bit in this volume (double volume) about how he's made Tsukimi into the princess and how it hurts that the sorcerer doesn't get to b...

    Love these books so much. Tsukimi's romance with Shu continues and her friends try to deal. Especially Kuranosuke, who is questioning what exactly it is that *he* feels for her. The Amars continue to try to build their fashion business in order to save their home, but the scheming rede...

    Another good volume! I liked that Kurako-san started thinking more about the cost of cheap fashion, and whether or not the Jellyfish line should be lowering their standards to raise their profit margins. I can't remember the Indian woman's name, but I wish I knew what her accent sounde...

    I find it so hard to review these volumes because they are so long and so much happens and I enjoyed it all... What can I say other than it's great, especially when I am marathoning omnibuses??? 4.5/5? ...

    Oooooooo this volume was just so fun. There was some real payoff in the Shu story line and I like the way the dress line is going. Over all I think this is a pretty transitional volume but I am here for all the Jellyfish fun! ...

    This... Just... Yes. Make dresses the amars want to wear, and yes Tsukimi fall in love because everyone deserves it, and yes keep being hilarious and have awesome female friendships! I love this series so freaking much! ...

    Another cute, funny volume. It's fun to see the relationships progressing as well as the plot. As usual some of the culture-specific jokes went over my head but there was still plenty to laugh at. ...

    This was great! I love these characters! I was shocked for shu to propose after telling Tsukimj that he loved her on her first date! ...

    Good volumes. ...

  • Kim Dyer
    Jul 30, 2017

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

  • Ken Yuen
    Aug 23, 2017

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

  • L.
    Feb 17, 2018

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranos...

    After Dragon Ball-ing us along for the last few volumes, Higashimura finally gives us some meaty character development that hearkens back to the excellent debut collection. The handwringing Shu-kimi romance is obviously the main attraction here, but it's also refreshing to see Kuranosu...

    After the soul-searching in the last volume, we see some changes to how Jellyfish operates. Luckily for everyone, Nisha from the clothing factory has taken an interest in the enterprise and sticks around to help out. It's truly charity as the Amars and Kuro have no idea what they're do...

    This series makes me feel things. I think it's adorable how clueless Shu and Tsukimi are, but I confess, I'm team Kuranosuke. Kuranosuke reflects quite a bit in this volume (double volume) about how he's made Tsukimi into the princess and how it hurts that the sorcerer doesn't get to b...

    Love these books so much. Tsukimi's romance with Shu continues and her friends try to deal. Especially Kuranosuke, who is questioning what exactly it is that *he* feels for her. The Amars continue to try to build their fashion business in order to save their home, but the scheming rede...

    Another good volume! I liked that Kurako-san started thinking more about the cost of cheap fashion, and whether or not the Jellyfish line should be lowering their standards to raise their profit margins. I can't remember the Indian woman's name, but I wish I knew what her accent sounde...

    I find it so hard to review these volumes because they are so long and so much happens and I enjoyed it all... What can I say other than it's great, especially when I am marathoning omnibuses??? 4.5/5? ...

  • Kyla
    Oct 29, 2017

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranos...

    After Dragon Ball-ing us along for the last few volumes, Higashimura finally gives us some meaty character development that hearkens back to the excellent debut collection. The handwringing Shu-kimi romance is obviously the main attraction here, but it's also refreshing to see Kuranosu...

    After the soul-searching in the last volume, we see some changes to how Jellyfish operates. Luckily for everyone, Nisha from the clothing factory has taken an interest in the enterprise and sticks around to help out. It's truly charity as the Amars and Kuro have no idea what they're do...

    This series makes me feel things. I think it's adorable how clueless Shu and Tsukimi are, but I confess, I'm team Kuranosuke. Kuranosuke reflects quite a bit in this volume (double volume) about how he's made Tsukimi into the princess and how it hurts that the sorcerer doesn't get to b...

    Love these books so much. Tsukimi's romance with Shu continues and her friends try to deal. Especially Kuranosuke, who is questioning what exactly it is that *he* feels for her. The Amars continue to try to build their fashion business in order to save their home, but the scheming rede...

    Another good volume! I liked that Kurako-san started thinking more about the cost of cheap fashion, and whether or not the Jellyfish line should be lowering their standards to raise their profit margins. I can't remember the Indian woman's name, but I wish I knew what her accent sounde...

    I find it so hard to review these volumes because they are so long and so much happens and I enjoyed it all... What can I say other than it's great, especially when I am marathoning omnibuses??? 4.5/5? ...

    Oooooooo this volume was just so fun. There was some real payoff in the Shu story line and I like the way the dress line is going. Over all I think this is a pretty transitional volume but I am here for all the Jellyfish fun! ...

    This... Just... Yes. Make dresses the amars want to wear, and yes Tsukimi fall in love because everyone deserves it, and yes keep being hilarious and have awesome female friendships! I love this series so freaking much! ...

    Another cute, funny volume. It's fun to see the relationships progressing as well as the plot. As usual some of the culture-specific jokes went over my head but there was still plenty to laugh at. ...

    This was great! I love these characters! I was shocked for shu to propose after telling Tsukimj that he loved her on her first date! ...

    Good volumes. ...

    ... I was not expecting the short course in clothing industry economics. Interesting! ...

    Fantastic, I totally loved this GAH! ...

    Great as usual, but so awkward it was painful! ...

  • Jake
    Aug 29, 2017

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

  • Laura
    Jan 23, 2018

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

  • Perri
    May 24, 2018

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranos...

    After Dragon Ball-ing us along for the last few volumes, Higashimura finally gives us some meaty character development that hearkens back to the excellent debut collection. The handwringing Shu-kimi romance is obviously the main attraction here, but it's also refreshing to see Kuranosu...

    After the soul-searching in the last volume, we see some changes to how Jellyfish operates. Luckily for everyone, Nisha from the clothing factory has taken an interest in the enterprise and sticks around to help out. It's truly charity as the Amars and Kuro have no idea what they're do...

    This series makes me feel things. I think it's adorable how clueless Shu and Tsukimi are, but I confess, I'm team Kuranosuke. Kuranosuke reflects quite a bit in this volume (double volume) about how he's made Tsukimi into the princess and how it hurts that the sorcerer doesn't get to b...

    Love these books so much. Tsukimi's romance with Shu continues and her friends try to deal. Especially Kuranosuke, who is questioning what exactly it is that *he* feels for her. The Amars continue to try to build their fashion business in order to save their home, but the scheming rede...

    Another good volume! I liked that Kurako-san started thinking more about the cost of cheap fashion, and whether or not the Jellyfish line should be lowering their standards to raise their profit margins. I can't remember the Indian woman's name, but I wish I knew what her accent sounde...

    I find it so hard to review these volumes because they are so long and so much happens and I enjoyed it all... What can I say other than it's great, especially when I am marathoning omnibuses??? 4.5/5? ...

    Oooooooo this volume was just so fun. There was some real payoff in the Shu story line and I like the way the dress line is going. Over all I think this is a pretty transitional volume but I am here for all the Jellyfish fun! ...

    This... Just... Yes. Make dresses the amars want to wear, and yes Tsukimi fall in love because everyone deserves it, and yes keep being hilarious and have awesome female friendships! I love this series so freaking much! ...

    Another cute, funny volume. It's fun to see the relationships progressing as well as the plot. As usual some of the culture-specific jokes went over my head but there was still plenty to laugh at. ...

    This was great! I love these characters! I was shocked for shu to propose after telling Tsukimj that he loved her on her first date! ...

    Good volumes. ...

    ... I was not expecting the short course in clothing industry economics. Interesting! ...

    Fantastic, I totally loved this GAH! ...

  • Laura D
    Oct 06, 2018

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

  • Jennifer
    Aug 22, 2017

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The wri...

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious. ...

    Hanamori-san is so funny ...

    While I am still enjoying this series a lot, I have to wonder where it is heading. We seem to have taken a bit of a detour from the Jellyfish clothing line story and instead started to focus on the growing love triangle between Tsukimi, Shu and Kuranosuke. While this is actually handed...

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic! ...

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic! ...

    God, Shu is adorable in this volume. ...

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next. ...

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neith...

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS J...

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more ...

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much t...

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranos...

    After Dragon Ball-ing us along for the last few volumes, Higashimura finally gives us some meaty character development that hearkens back to the excellent debut collection. The handwringing Shu-kimi romance is obviously the main attraction here, but it's also refreshing to see Kuranosu...

    After the soul-searching in the last volume, we see some changes to how Jellyfish operates. Luckily for everyone, Nisha from the clothing factory has taken an interest in the enterprise and sticks around to help out. It's truly charity as the Amars and Kuro have no idea what they're do...

    This series makes me feel things. I think it's adorable how clueless Shu and Tsukimi are, but I confess, I'm team Kuranosuke. Kuranosuke reflects quite a bit in this volume (double volume) about how he's made Tsukimi into the princess and how it hurts that the sorcerer doesn't get to b...

    Love these books so much. Tsukimi's romance with Shu continues and her friends try to deal. Especially Kuranosuke, who is questioning what exactly it is that *he* feels for her. The Amars continue to try to build their fashion business in order to save their home, but the scheming rede...

    Another good volume! I liked that Kurako-san started thinking more about the cost of cheap fashion, and whether or not the Jellyfish line should be lowering their standards to raise their profit margins. I can't remember the Indian woman's name, but I wish I knew what her accent sounde...

    I find it so hard to review these volumes because they are so long and so much happens and I enjoyed it all... What can I say other than it's great, especially when I am marathoning omnibuses??? 4.5/5? ...

    Oooooooo this volume was just so fun. There was some real payoff in the Shu story line and I like the way the dress line is going. Over all I think this is a pretty transitional volume but I am here for all the Jellyfish fun! ...

    This... Just... Yes. Make dresses the amars want to wear, and yes Tsukimi fall in love because everyone deserves it, and yes keep being hilarious and have awesome female friendships! I love this series so freaking much! ...

    Another cute, funny volume. It's fun to see the relationships progressing as well as the plot. As usual some of the culture-specific jokes went over my head but there was still plenty to laugh at. ...

    This was great! I love these characters! I was shocked for shu to propose after telling Tsukimj that he loved her on her first date! ...

    Good volumes. ...

    ... I was not expecting the short course in clothing industry economics. Interesting! ...

    Fantastic, I totally loved this GAH! ...

    Great as usual, but so awkward it was painful! ...

    3 ? 3 ?? ...more ...

    Tsukimi, it is ALL about Kuranosuke. God, I love this series. ...

    I'm so very torn between Shu and Kuranosuke. I can't wait for Book 6 >.< ...