Kimi ni Todoke by Karuho Shiina

Kimi ni Todoke

Sadako finally becomes friends with her classmates, instead of scaring them off. Even Kurumi, the cutest girl in school, wants to be her friend. But will this new friendship make Sadako realize that her feelings for Kazehaya might be more than just friendly?

Details Kimi ni Todoke

TitleKimi ni Todoke
Release DateFeb 2nd, 2010
PublisherVIZ Media
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Romance, Shojo, Graphic Novels

Reviews Kimi ni Todoke

  • Farhin
    Spoilers for previous volumes. Gifs and minor spoilers for this volume too. So this volume follows on from the last; Sawako has finally made her first friends and now they're actually doing 'friend-things': hanging out and eating together. Chizu and Ayane are quick to see that Sawako is developing feelings for Kazehaya but (and I'm so grateful for this) they let the relationship take its own course and decide to watch from the sidelines. At this ...
  • Mayu
    5/10Me ha gustado lo poquito que llevo de esta serie y aun habiendo visto la película y sabiendo que la serie no es novedosa ni espectacular, tengo intriga, por ver como evoluciona todo. Lo poquito que he leído yo ha sido muy, muy enternecedor. Eso es en lo que esta serie más destaca. No es que sea una joya inolvidable, no es de esas que te marcan, te estremecen la piel y se quedan con tu corazón, pero si es bonita y la he disfrutado (eso sí...
  • Estefany
    Que bello es Kazehaya demasiado
  • Annie
    Opinión completa----> ni Todoke nos narra la historia de Sawako Kuronuma, una chica a la que todos en su escuela le tienen miedo debido a su sombría apariencia, tan es así que la apodan Sadako como la protagonista de El Aro y huyen de ella pues corren rumores de que si la miras por más de 3 segundos te caerá una maldición o que puede ver y hablar con espíritus. Todo eso está muy alejado de la realidad pues Sawako...
  • Joss
    September 2013: 4.5 stars (shown as 5)Great volume! Now that the characters have everything figured out, they can start working on the "good times" part of their friendship.First of all: can I just say? I LOVE RYU. Him and Chizu have such a great dynamic, and I feel like they bring a lot to the story, and to Sawako's little world.Ayane wasn't displayed as much in this volume, but her little comments are too good. Also, I love how quickly she taps...
  • Reina
    ¡Me encanta!Cuando compré el primer tomo me vi el anime completo, así que es como revivir todo.De este volumen en especial me gusta cómo Sawako sigue feliz y contenta (e inocente) de hacerse de más y más amigos y salir de su rutina. Sus padres son la cosa más graciosa del mundo, btw. Ambos sorprendidos pero felices de que su hija se relacione con otros seres humanos.Me gusta también la nueva monita que entra en la historia. La tercera en ...
  • Dylan
    I love Kazehaya-kun. Ah! So adorable, he's always smiling and laughing. I am scared for the day I see this bundle of joy cry. I will weep.
  • Reddish
    Lo que me río con estos personajes no es ni medio normal. Me encantan.
  • Midnight*Blue
    a very simple story line, but super CUTE!!
  • Theresa ♫
    I've ALWAYS, always, always been afraid of becoming someone like Kurumi-chan.My review today is going to be short. To be dorky and to connect to my readers, I want to uh . . . share an experience.But FIRST:This thing made me laugh. I've always wondered if I should dye my hair and my friends picture me with blonde hair or light brown hair or red hair and it just doesn't work out.So in the end, they always say, "But black is the best for you though...
  • Alison (AlisonCanRead)
    Life is looking up for Sawako. She is making more and more friends at school and the bullying is somewhat lessening. But like any bullying victim, she's cautious. She can't believe that people actually like her. And doesn't know how to react when people are nice.A main plot point of this volume occurs when her friends challenge Sawako to call them by their first names. This is a big deal in Japanese culture. You call most people by their last nam...
  • Jamie (TheRebelliousReader)
    3 stars. We're reaching Boys Over Flowers territory in that there's a seemingly 'sweet' character who turns out to be crazy and manipulative. I don't like this trope in manga/anime and it's usually never done well. Here was no exception, it was incredibly rushed and felt forced and I feel like the story didn't need to go this route cause I can already predict where this is going. I'm not amused but I still do really like this series and Sawako is...
  • Lupita Rodriguez
    Un tomo muy lindo, poco a poco los sentimientos de Sawako por Kazehaya salen a flote, aunque ella no lo note.Sawako disfruta por primera vez de los placeres de la amistad verdadera ....pero a una persona que luce feliz atrae la envidia, ¿podrá Sawako a pesar de su inocencia identificar cuando alguien quiere aprovecharse de ella ?Verdaderamente las personalidades de los personajes conquistan y de manera pausada la historia comienza a tomar ritmo...
  • Ana Luisa
    Este fue un volumen donde se empieza a formar una relación de amistad tan anhelada para nuestra protagonista, hay momentos agradables y divertidos (cada personaje aporta un granito de arena a esta dinámica) y aparece la villana (por el momento). Nos seguimos moviendo en la inocencia y ternura de Sawako, es digno de presenciar.En espera del siguiente volumen para ver cómo avanza la historia.
  • Hannah
    I never thought Ryuu would be much when I first saw him (thought he'd be a convenient extra male character to play friend of Kazehaya's) but he's just as interesting as the others, if not more. Loved how aware he is of everything going on around him, particularly Kazehaya's feelings for Sawako.
  • Jessica-Robyn
    Firstly, I am loving Sawako's parents! Secondly, our boy Kazehaya is just so bashful! Why can't bashful boys have some sort of uniform so you can spot them in a crowd? I want one too. Sawako, you lucky girl!
  • Sean O'Hara
    The plot slows down for a breather episode and the chapters become more slice-of-life, though we do meet the "villain" behind the events of Volume 2, who turns out to be appropriately Machiavellian. Unfortunately for her, Sawako is too much of a Pollyanna to fall for any of it.
  • Nicole
    Love everything about this series. The miscommunications between Sawako and Shota can be frustrating, but the whole series - from characters to plot - is so sweet. [And FYI, the anime is so well done.:] It really captures the drama and tenderness of a first true love...
  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
    In the third volume, Sawako starts hanging out with her new friends and befriends Kurumi. Near the end, when Kurumi asks Sawako to help her with someone she has a crush on, Sawako finds herself saying no. Turns out eh person Kurumi likes is, well...onto volume 4.
  • Amber
    Back to the action...
  • Lou (BooksAreAWayOfLife)
    This is the point in the manga series where a love rival comes onto the scene. I need Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You, Vol. 4 to come from America ASAP because the cliffhanger in this book has me shook! The Plot: This manga is about a girl called Sawako Kuronuma and she has the looks that would be perfect for a ghost in a horror movie. Long black hair, pale skin and quiet. But everyone has her misunderstood. Sawako is really just a shy teenage gi...
  • Jess
    Las aventuras escolares de Sawako y Kazehaya continúan, y en está ocasión los problemas tienen rostro de muñeca.Sawako está haciendo lo posible por acostumbrarse a esa nueva vida en el instituto, pero ahora ya no puede hablar con Kazehaya como antes. ¿Por qué está tan nerviosa cada que lo ve?Muy buen tomó esté, sobre todo por los problemas que comienzan a nacer entre los protagonistas y por él hecho de que están haciendo una tormenta ...
  • A. L.
    Welp. I do not trust, nor like, Kurumi one bit. She seems like a manipulative jerk, and she keeps acting differently towards poor Sadako. On the other hand, Sadako has got the be the most good natured character I have ever read about. Yes, maybe even more than Tohru Honda. *gasp* (are Shojo protagonists always this.. nice?? Really, I wouldn't know. I've only read three.) Anyway, I can't remember exactly what took place in this particular volume.....
  • Em Mirra
  • Cecelia
    I don't think I've ever read a book with such great female friendships.
  • Stephany
    4.5 Ay! El primer amor
  • Chris
    Alright I guess.
  • DonutKnow
    Love the awkwardness.
  • B. Jean
    Very cute as always. I like the progress, though I wish girls wouldn't pit themselves against each other like that. That's why Sawako's friendship with Chizu and Ayane is so refreshing.
  • Delaney
    More of a transitional volume for some real drama going to go down.😋