Tsuiteru ne, Hijiri-chan manga series by Andou
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- Tsuiteru ne, Hijiri-chan
- Lucky, aren't you? Hijiri
- "Tsuiteru ne,
Hijiri-chan" by Andou Natsumi (Smile de Ikou!, Maria-ppoi no!)
describes itself as a "cute occult hot love comedy". It's the
story of a not-so-regular girl that meets a mysterious boy named
Gin who can turn into a fox and throw fire from his hand. Of
course, he decides to stay at her house.
Manga - 1 volume
Tsuiteru ne, Hijiri-chan
- A long time ago Hijiri
made a promise to someone, and she often has a dream about it. But
each time she wakes up before she can find out what the promise
was. One day she wakes up to find a boy in her bed! When she calls
her father in, the boy has disappeared. Her dad wonders if she's
seeing ghosts again. Ever since she was little, Hijiri has had the
ability to see strange things, and she doesn't like it. She would
love to be a normal girl, and does her best to pretend that she's
just imagining the occurances. She doesn't want anyone to know
about it, especially the guy she likes, Okumura Toono.
- Later that day her friend
feels sick, but then suddenly switches to feeling fine, and Hijiri
suddenly doesn't feel well. Next, she finds herself saying
not-very-nice comments that she doesn't mean, hurting her teacher,
friend, and even Toono!
- Just then the boy from
her bed appears, telling her that she's been possessed by an evil
being. The being tries to take Hijiri's soul, but the boy
intervenes, asking Hijiri to take his hand.
- Hijiri remembers taking
his hand from somewhere in the past, and immediately she recalls
the dream: when she was younger she was attacked by an evil spirit
and he came to her rescue. The boy can throw fire from his hand
and he saved her.... on one condition. She needed to promise to be
his bride, and he told her he would come back in 10 years.
- Hijiri is very surprised.
The boy introduces himself as Gin of the Otora Kitsune, who has
come to have her make good on her promise!
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