Aoi Tokura is having a rough day. He's used to being mistaken for a girl, but it's even worse when a captivating stranger on the train calls him a creeper for staring a little too long. Aoi's soaked by a sudden rainstorm and takes shelter at Rainy Color, a cozy café where the warmth of the staff compliments the sweet hot cocoa he's served. When he falls into a job at the café he feels like things are finally looking up— until Keiichi Iwase, the man he couldn't help but stare at on the train, shows up. Did this day just get worse, or better?
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Ame-iro Cocoa - List of Gin Tama chapters - Netflix
The chapters of the Japanese manga series Gin Tama are written and illustrated by Hideaki Sorachi. They have been serialized for the manga anthology book Weekly Shōnen Jump from Shueisha since December 8, 2003. It is set in an Edo which has been conquered by aliens named Amanto. The plot follows the life from the samurai Gintoki Sakata who works as a free-lancer along his friends, Shinpachi Shimura and Kagura, in order to pay the monthly rent from where he lives. Over five-hundred chapters identified as a “Lesson” have been serialized. Viz Media licensed Gin Tama for publication in North America. A 55-page preview from the series was first featured in the January 2006 Shonen Jump issue. Viz acquired the license to publish chapters from the series in the Shonen Jump during the San Diego Comic-Con International from 2006. The chapters were serialized in Shonen Jump from January to May 2007 at a rate of one chapter a month. Shueisha is also publishing the first chapters of Gin Tama online on their Weekly Shōnen Jump official website. On April 4, 2006, an anime adaptation from the series, developed by Sunrise and directed initially by Shinji Takamatsu and later by Yoichi Fujita, premiered on TV Tokyo. Shueisha has been collecting the chapters in tankōbon volumes with the first being published on April 2, 2004. Seventy volumes have been released in Japan. In North America tankōbon were published in under Viz's “Shonen Jump Advanced” imprint. The first volume was published on July 3, 2007, and publication ended with the twenty-third on August 2, 2011.
Ame-iro Cocoa - Chapters not yet in tankōbon format - Netflix
These chapters have yet to be published in a tankōbon volume. They were serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump from January 2018 to June 2018. Lesson 666. “The Creatures Called Humans” (人間という生物, Ningen to Iu Ikimono) Lesson 667. “Undying and Unyielding” (不滅と不屈, Fumetsu to Fukutsu) Lesson 668. “Those that Save” (救う者, Sukuu Mono) Lesson 669. “Farewell” (あばよ) Lesson 670. “Signboard” (看板, Kanban) Lesson 671. “Revolutionary” (革命児, Kakumeiji) Lesson 672. “Be Careful With Cryptocurrency” (仮想通貨に気をつけろ, Kasoutsuuka ni Ki o Tsukero) Lesson 673. “Ghost” (幽霊, Yūrei) Lesson 674. “2 Years For a Boy is 10 Years For a Man” (少女の2年は男の10年, Shoujo no Ninen wa Otoko no Juunen) Lesson 675. “Final Fantasy Happens in Live Action, Too” (Jissha demo Fainaru Fantashii wa Okoru) Lesson 676. “If Boys did Mogumogu Time, People Would Get Angry” Lesson 677. “The Culprit (Mastermind) is Yasu” Lesson 678. “It's Not Just Donbei, All Food Has Yoshioka Riho in It” (どん兵衛だけじゃない全ての食物に吉岡里帆は宿っている, Donbee dakejanai Subete no Shokumotsu ni Yoshiokia Riho wa Yadotte Iru) Lesson 679. “No Dragon Holes Ventured, No Masters Gained” Lesson 680. “Save” (セーブ, Sukui) Lesson 681. “Phoenix” (フェニックス, phoenix) Lesson 682. “The World's Enemy” (世界の敵, Sekai no teki) Lesson 683. “Watch Out for Hamichin” Lesson 684. “The Trick to Dieting is to not Always Strain Yourself, Sometimes Give Yourself a Treat” (ダイエットのコツは試練だけじゃなくご褒美も与えること, Daietto no Kotsu wa Shiren dake janaku Gohoubi mo Ataeru koto) Lesson 685. “KUWAH!” (クワ, Kuwah) Lesson 686. “Even for Villains, There Are Things That Are Okay to Do and Things That Are Not Okay to Do” (悪役にもやっていい事と悪い事がある, Akuyaku ni mo Yatte Ii Koto to Warui Koto ga Aru) Lesson 687. “Buy Extra Copies of Number 61”
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