Fuuka Review


Fuuka (Japanese: 風夏, Hepburn: Fūka) is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Kōji Seo. It was published by Kodansha in Weekly Shōnen Magazine from February 2014 to April 2018. It was published online in English by Crunchyroll.
A 12-episode anime television adaptation produced by Diomedéa aired from January 2017 to March 2017.
Fuuka is a sequel to the 2004 manga Suzuka. The story follows Yuu Haruna, a loner and an avid Twitter user that made a promise with his childhood friend Koyuki Hinashi of starting a band. One night, on his way to buy dinner, he stops to take a photo to upload to Twitter.
A strange high school girl named Fuuka Akitsuki accidentally bumps into him and mistakenly believes that Yuu is trying to take a photo of her panties, which causes her to smash his phone.
Fuuka leaves behind a CD, which Yuu returns the following day. Appreciating Yuu's personality, Fuuka starts a relationship with him, but this is complicated when Koyuki, now a popular idol, contacts Yuu on Twitter and invites him to attend her concert.
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