高嶺と花 3

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  • 高嶺と花 3
  • Yuki Shiwasu
  • Japanese
  • 10 September 2019
  • 9784592213536

About the Author: Yuki Shiwasu

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  1. Thamy says:

    It's been a while since the last time I finished the third volume of a manga! That certainly means something.

    This time we have the characters going to a resort with all included. Because it's a bunch of kids, kind of like a school trip, Takane is feeling out of place. To aggravate things, he and Okamoto seem to be at odds.

    So, yes. To be honest, because I have love triangles, I was fearing we'd finally get to this plot of Takane vs Okamoto. The volume doesn't go deep in it but it's something already. I'm glad it's been cute and fun at least. I really like how the author plays with all these lovely characters, but I feel this volume was a bit too much of the same we'd usually see in shoujo manga.

    Still, I think I'm fully in love with Takane! Before the trip plot, we have a chapter he is sick and also another he passionately tutors Hana, after her grades fall a little. He's really something! And Hana, of course, is one of the best shoujo characters I've met. I'm starting to get itchy about the time they'll finally have to face all the problems a romantic relationship will bring them.

    Before getting this manga series, I was feeling a little nostalgic about titles from the late 90's, early 2000's. It was like shoujos were never as cute-exciting like HanaKimi or Hanadan. Well, this one drinks from the same water. To be honest, I'm even more nostalgic now—reading it is like I went back in time.

    Not the best volume out, but still keeping it up. So... where can I adopt a Hana?

    Honest review based on an ARC provided by Edelweiss. Many thanks to the publisher for this opportunity.

  2. Amber says:

    Honestly, Hana's childhood friend, Okamoto, is the one who made me like this volume so much. I want more of him!

  3. Dani ❤️ Perspective of a Writer says:

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    As this is a multi-volume series my opinion is also influenced by the previous volumes... And there may be references to the plot of those volumes... SO READ WITH CARE! Here is my review of volume one and volume two...

    Hana is pressed into a marriage meeting with Takane, a scion of a business empire, impersonating her sister to save her father's job! Ready to put that fiasco behind her Hana is shocked that Takane actually seems interested in her! She is exasperated by his immaturity but intrigued despite herself at the fun she has as they try to outwit one another...

    I didn't know what to expect going into Takane and Hana vol. 3 but I sure was EXCITED!! These two have totally won my heart... they have some HUGE trials to surmount before they can be together officially but its a JOURNEY I want to take with them as they find their way... And in this volume we go lighter and incorporate the friends!! YES!! I have been waiting for this moment! Hana's friends have been on the edges and we've met them but not really done much together... that is all about to change and best of all... it make Takane feel things!!

    Hana likes Takane but she also realize she's a high school student and has a long way to go before she's ready to date let alone fall in love... And yet isn't she already falling?! That is the delectable balance that is being ridden right now... because Takane is also perfectly aware of these facts but can't help himself because she's the one that keeps him on his toes. We see him get vulnerable without any walls and its gorgeous! It makes you salivate to see more of that man while also making you appreciate his prickily exterior as you anticipate Hana having to give the good fight!

    What really wowed me in this volume was how the friends threatened what these two have without any overboard drama... and while also showcasing what makes both characters so relatable! (Yes, sorry I'm gushing without telling you any of the details... You'll have to read it then if you want to know more!) I particularly love Souma Okamoto who took this opportunity to step up and take some actions in regards to his affections. While this childhood friend trope is used quite often I find it particularly intriguing with the natural barriers in Takane and Hana's relationship! How will Yuki Shiwasu surprise us now?!

    Okay... its time to rave about the ARTTTTTTT! At first the art seemed just typical manga art, nothing special... but then I noticed the expressions and framing Shiwasu used!! Takane and Hana's expressions in particular are dynamite... then in this volume I started to notice the comedy frames... they are so freakin' adorable!! They really add another layer to the story that makes it particularly addicting... And the character designs for the friends are quite good and more importantly memorable!! Really you can't go wrong with the story or the art in Takane and Hana vol. 3!

    I'm so, so happy to squeeeee and fangirl all over these two... Friends are an integral part of our lives so if the friends don't work then a relationship is already on rocky ground... we explore that in a fun and dynamic way in Takane and Hana vol. 3!! We're just getting started with this line of conflict and I'm super excited to see where Yuki Shiwasu takes us... I know we're in good hands... if only volume 4 would COME OUT ALREADY!!

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    ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Tension
    ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Plot
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    BOTTOM LINE: The Friends add ALL THE TENSION to Takane and Hana's relationship!!


    Thanks to Edelweiss and VIZ Media for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review. This has not influenced my opinion.

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  4. Rod Brown says:

    This title continues a downward slide as it plays out on two different layers.

    On the surface, the willful, 16-year-old Belle stand-in continues to bicker with her bristly Beast with lessening intensity as they coast through shojo cliches like the introduction of rivals, TLC for a cold, a summer vacation trip to the beach, and a night at a festival with yukata and fireworks. They are well on the way to their there's something there that wasn't there before moment.

    Underneath that (as in the Disney movie) the creepiness lurks, as the rich, 26 year-old-suitor who can fire the girl's father with a word is given permission by the terrified and obsequious parents to sleep over in her room and take her on a three day sleepover trip to a fancy resort. So the couple is well on the way to their #metoo moment also.

    The energy of the first volume left me conflicted about whether this could work out in the end, but that energy is mostly gone, as is my patience.

  5. Jessica says:

    Still loving how cute the story is. And Takane looked so handsome with glasses on.

  6. Elley Murray says:

    This volume had some classics situations from anime and manga, including one of the couple getting sick and the other (rather incompetently) taking care of them and a trip to the beach. The chapter with Takane tutoring Hana made me like him better, but then he's such a giant butt during the beach storyline that I ended up this volume rather disliking Takane. He's more of a child than his 10 years younger girlfriend is, and I don't find much to admire in him… I'm probably done with this series, as I don't really see the point in reading about a hero that I really dislike. :/

  7. Ren (A Bookish Balance) says:

    3.75/5 stars

    Review of volumes 1-5.

    Takane and Hana follows a 16-year-old girl named Hana Nonomura who attends an arranged marriage meeting to Takane Saibara, 26-year-old heir of a successful business group, in her adult older sister’s place. After a very unsuccessful meeting, Takane continues to want to see Hana, much to her dismay. Thus begins their unlikely relationship.

    Starting with the positives, Takane and Hana’s strength really lies with its main characters. Hana is not your average shoujo protagonist in that she’s feisty, can be smart when she puts in the effort, and she doesn’t put up with anyone’s nonsense. Takane has an incredibly overinflated ego, and has trouble getting closer to others. Together they make for a very amusing dynamic, with both characters often reluctant to express the dearer sentiments they have towards each other. Their interest in each other, while often hard to define, is also really believable and the sweet moments the two sometimes share and the way in which their relationship slowly begins to change make them relatively easy to root for. As well, while I’m not a fan of age gap romances, I think this is an instance where it’s well handled in the sense that the characters are very aware of the age gap and it isn’t ever something that is brushed aside. I like that the characters often talk about it and their awareness gives me the impression that there are boundaries they won’t be crossing.

    I also love how this series has gone about with its rivals. Okamon is extremely likeable, he’s incredibly sweet and kind to Hana and he gives the impression that he’s a character who really cares for others. Once he realizes Hana isn’t playing around with Takane he tries his best to look out for her. So far, from what I think is respect for Hana, he hasn’t pushed his own feelings onto Hana and I admire his character for this. I also really liked Shiwasu’s take on Hana’s rival. The two communicated really well and I appreciated that they cared about Takane more than they cared about a rivalry.

    The art is another strong point of the series. The character designs are cute and with enough variation that I don’t ever confuse two different characters. Shiwasu uses her art effectively with her story, in that facial expressions are well placed, and chibis heighten comedic moments. While it’s not my favourite art, I definitely enjoy looking at it.

    Now for the negatives. I’ve gone back and forth over my decision as to whether or not I wanted to see this series through to the end, but I’ve ultimately decided to stop after five volumes. While Takane and Hana undeniably has its charms and cute moments it really rubs me the wrong way how Hana is always expecting the worst from Takane. While I’m sure this is an aspect that will change over time, and while Takane’s past transgressions are what led her to this mindset, its still not something I enjoy reading and would rather see a romance in which the main characters are kinder to each other.

    Also, while I do feel somewhat invested in Takane and Hana’s relationship, I’m apathetic towards Hana’s and Takane’s respective friends (with the exception of Okamon). I find that when the focus of the story shifts to side characters I often lose interest. They just aren’t as well fleshed out as our main protagonists and feel very flat in comparison.

    At this point I don’t think this series has quite hit its stride, it doesn’t quite feel like slice-of-life in that it tries to have story arcs, but overall it doesn’t feel cohesive enough that I’d say there’s really a story going on either. Obviously I can’t say whether this improves over time, but it is an aspect I didn’t particularly enjoy.

    Lastly, and this is a pretty big deal breaker for me when it comes to romantic comedies, I found that the jokes didn’t work for me. They’re cute enough to get a smile out of me, but it bothers me that I find the extra/bonus 4-koma funnier than the jokes that appear in the actual story. This is a matter of preference, and I have heard from others that this series is hilarious, so could very much just be me. Given the popularity of this series I do think its worthwhile to check it out to see if it does work for you, it just didn’t for me personally.

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  8. Beth F. says:

    I don't know how it's possible, but I found this one to be the most hilarious one yet!

    These two are the most comedic I've read about in a long time. I was actually laughing so hard I was crying because of it... It was great. The story in this one is actually really sweet and funny. (I still am in denial about the age difference. Remember; he's 21 and she's 18-19ish. It makes it better) The ending is to die for!!!! So sweet of him to do that!

    Basically, this is a sweet but hilarious manga about a couple who met by an arranged marriage meeting.

  9. booksgivelife_to_us says:

    Omg, I'm literally in love with Takane to Hana😍
    They're incredible and adorable. I've laughed so much that I swear I couldn't breathe😂

  10. Jenny says:

    I am giving this one four stars for the stellar comedy and Takane's character as a whole (more on that later), but I need to air a serious grievance I have with this series but with this particular volume. Hana is easily one of the most infuriating dense at love characters I have ever witnessed. She is constantly questioning why Takane does/says things, and has to be told by her friends why he does/says even though SHE IS THE ONE SPENDING TIME WITH HIM. I'm sorry, but how are her two friends, who granted have spent some time with him, more knowledgeable about his motives/actions/statements than the person spending the MOST time with him?! I understand she has probably never been in love up to this point, but considering she knows how she should be treated and is aware that his romantic gestures are not the norm, how is she still so oblivious to his true intentions? Not to mention the multiple times when Hana thinks, Is he...? Does this mean...? and yes I get that romance manga heroines are going to have these thoughts, but after the tenth time she does this I wanted to shake her and yell, NO S#@&, SHERLOCK!!! Because of course she was right every single time, which also comes across as lazy writing in my book. Let the characters' actions and reactions speak for themselves, don't spell it out for the audience. I knwo I shouldn't be getting this worked up over this, but having read romance manga that do this concept better (and with less irritation felt) I can't ignore it. Oh, and the audience is formally introduced to the childhood love interest in this volume, which I will now rant about:

    The problem with Okamon (the childhood love interest) is that he is everything that annoys me about this trope. He's not that interesting, he (as of right now) doesn't have a particular reason why he loves Hana, he just does, and while his reasons for disliking Takane are valid, it is only on this trip that he decides to vocalize his feelings. I don't know about the rest of the world, but if my childhood friend whom I have been secretly in love with was falling for a prideful, selfish, arranged marriage candidate ten years older than her, I would have said something MUCH sooner. Instead, he waits til now to say something and basically sulks. Awesome. Hana is of course completely oblivious to his feelings, which just makes this more infuriating. If you want to read a romance manga series with this trope handle waaay better, read Sacrificial Princess and the King of Beasts. It's amazing, totally check it out.

    Shameless promotion aside, I want to talk about what I liked about this volume. Takane's character really shines in this volume, highlighting his workaholic side and how it comes back to bite him. I love the fact that readers get to see him work hard, not just told. With characters like Takane, often they are wealthy without trying or readers never see them actually work, but Shiwasu shows how hard he works. I really appreciate that and it makes me like his character even more. I love seeing him tutor Hana, even when he's working so hard. It's great to see such a prideful character feel responsible for someone's problems and be so willing to fix it. But my favorite scene was when Takane tells Okamon not to ruin the trip for Hana, even though he hates Takane. It really shows how mature and caring he is, wanting to ensure Hana's satisfaction even though it will be difficult. I also want to note that the comedy was really on par this volume. I was worried since last volume didn't do as well, but this volume was truly enjoyable and funny.

    This was a good volume, despite my gripes. I don't know whether any of my issues will be resolved in later volumes, but I still do really enjoy this series. Looking forward to what the next volume has in store!