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累計100万部突破!(電子含む) 話題沸騰の超純愛においフェチラブコメ第6巻に、付箋ブック付きの特装版が登場! 登場キャラ大集合の付箋で、麻子さんや名取さんたちがもっと身近に! ファン必携の一冊です。


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累計100万部突破!(電子含む) 話題沸騰の超純愛においフェチラブコメ第6巻に、付箋ブック付きの特装版が登場! 登場キャラ大集合の付箋で、麻子さんや名取さんたちがもっと身近に! ファン必携の一冊です。

30 review for あせとせっけん 6 限定版 [Ase to sekken 6: LImited Edition]

  1. 4 out of 5

    mina reads™️

    I live for how this couple communicates with each other they’re so cute 🥰

  2. 4 out of 5

    destiny ♡ howling libraries

    Volume 1 ★★★★★ Volume 2 ★★★★★ Volume 3 ★★★★★ Volume 4 ★★★★★ Volume 5 ★★★★★ Volume 6 ★★★★★ Volume 7 ★★★★★ Volume 8 ★★★★★ Volume 9 ★★★★★ Volume 10 ★★★★★ Volume 11 ★★★★★ Awww, their first little tiff. 🥺 I really appreciate that the author didn't use it as an opportunity to have this big, awful dramatic miscommunication moment that would worry the reader, but instead let us keep moving along with these sweet little beans. ♥ ——— twitter | booktok | bookstagram | blog Volume 1 ★★★★★ Volume 2 ★★★★★ Volume 3 ★★★★★ Volume 4 ★★★★★ Volume 5 ★★★★★ Volume 6 ★★★★★ Volume 7 ★★★★★ Volume 8 ★★★★★ Volume 9 ★★★★★ Volume 10 ★★★★★ Volume 11 ★★★★★ Awww, their first little tiff. 🥺 I really appreciate that the author didn't use it as an opportunity to have this big, awful dramatic miscommunication moment that would worry the reader, but instead let us keep moving along with these sweet little beans. ♥ ——— twitter | booktok | bookstagram | blog

  3. 5 out of 5

    aarya

    I wept when Asako hugged Kotaro while he was washing the dishes, so… I have a problem.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Darlene I read WAY to many books

    I LOVE THIS COUPLE!!! the way these two are working as a couple makes my heart go bump bump!! They have tiny misunderstanding and watching them work and talk is so good. Can't wait for the next one. Recommend-yes Cover-⭐⭐⭐ Heat level-🌶 I LOVE THIS COUPLE!!! the way these two are working as a couple makes my heart go bump bump!! They have tiny misunderstanding and watching them work and talk is so good. Can't wait for the next one. Recommend-yes Cover-⭐⭐⭐ Heat level-🌶

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jillian -always aspiring-

    I always appreciate how “real” this manga feels in regards to an adult relationship.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    More like a 3.5 for this volume because I felt Kotaro was a bit off the mark with his birthday reaction. (Understandable, but still.) This remains head and shoulders above every other romance manga, however.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mark

    Asako and Natori are on the cusp of a whole new dynamic in their relationship, but they have to survive Asako’s birthday first. Between a brief clash over business cards and then the dawning reality of living together, there’s still lots to learn for our lovebirds. Manga’s best couple return for another volume and I couldn’t be happier. Outside of Natori’s sweat fetish, which, hey, everybody’s got something, these two are almost aggressively normal and I can’t get enough of their perfectly ordina Asako and Natori are on the cusp of a whole new dynamic in their relationship, but they have to survive Asako’s birthday first. Between a brief clash over business cards and then the dawning reality of living together, there’s still lots to learn for our lovebirds. Manga’s best couple return for another volume and I couldn’t be happier. Outside of Natori’s sweat fetish, which, hey, everybody’s got something, these two are almost aggressively normal and I can’t get enough of their perfectly ordinary relationship. The driving action this volume is the big move and, as most anybody who has experienced this can attest to, it’s a whole other ballgame when you move in with the person you love and are spending the majority of your time with them. Even the time you spend apart takes on a different flavour when the person you’re with is coming back to you sooner or later, rather than it being a ‘see you next date’ situation. This instalment captures all of this so very well. Between the loneliness of the above situation to the giddy joy of waking up next to the person you care about to the simple pleasure of organizing your lives in a shared space (this one can go either way, trust me as somebody who’s engaged but whose home has never not had two separate sets of cutlery), Asako and Natori are fantastically real. Living together is also a great way to find some new aggravations to work through and the seeds for this one are sown early on during Asako’s birthday when a passing florist tries to hit on her. To be clear, Asako does nothing wrong, but I totally get where Natori is coming from with his reasoning too. It’s just a difference in how the actions are being weighed by the two of them, which is nicely contrasted by the Valentine’s chapter earlier. After they have a fairly emotional talk and make up, it seems like things are fine, but the story is also here to remind you that the people we care for the most are sometimes the most difficult to be completely honest with. When Natori ends up course correcting to an unpleasant degree, leaving Asako feeling like she isn’t a partner but more of a pet, things utterly explode in a tirade of assertiveness that really shows how far Asako has come as a character. It’s unfortunate that this is also my big complaint about the volume, where the resolution to this argument is glossed over in literally a page of text. On one hand you can argue that these two are so great together that we know they’ve got this and that this is all we really need to see. On the other, it really kind of cuts the legs out from that story because a big fight in a book this consistently well-written feels like we should expect, and deserve, a nuanced response. It feels like the rare misstep for the writing to just shrug and say, ‘trust me, they’re gonna be fine’. 4 stars, maybe 4.5. Unfortunately, that last page is what lingered most after I’d read this volume and not in a good way. Despite how much I like Asako calling him out on it, I felt Natori got a little too scent-shamed this volume too. As I said, these two are the best couple and this is the best ‘real relationship’ manga I have ever read, but this just isn’t its best entry.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Gabrielle

    Once again, Sweat & Soap proves itself to be beyond most, if not any, romance manga published before it. This series has humor, charm, and heartbreaking moments. All while showing what it truly means to be in a healthy, honest relationship.

  9. 5 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    I still absolutely love this title. This time we have Asako wanting to do something special for Koutarou for Valentine's day. So she decides to get some sexy clothing which turns out to be a really sweet, and then very sexy, moment later. We also deal with the couple finally moving in together. Anyone who's moved in with your partner knows this can be an interesting time in your life, getting used to someone in your life all the time, good and bad. I really loved that they had their first kind o I still absolutely love this title. This time we have Asako wanting to do something special for Koutarou for Valentine's day. So she decides to get some sexy clothing which turns out to be a really sweet, and then very sexy, moment later. We also deal with the couple finally moving in together. Anyone who's moved in with your partner knows this can be an interesting time in your life, getting used to someone in your life all the time, good and bad. I really loved that they had their first kind of fight. And the fact Asako finally spoke up for herself. They are learning from each other, and TALKING, which is such a nice change of pace from the normal fake drama in romance. The art stays great, a good mix of comedy bits, funny faces, really great shots, and good sex scenes. This is probably going down as one of the best romance mangas of all time IMO.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    This is officially the best Josei romance manga I've ever read. Seriously. Kotaro and Asako are such a wonderful couple that experience the typical ups and downs of any relationship, but unlike MANY romance series, they have the maturity to use their words and actually talk through their problems. It has been so long since I've read a romance book, manga or novel, that deals with jealousy in such a mature, sensitive, and realistic way. Thank you, Yamada, you have blessed this world with your crea This is officially the best Josei romance manga I've ever read. Seriously. Kotaro and Asako are such a wonderful couple that experience the typical ups and downs of any relationship, but unlike MANY romance series, they have the maturity to use their words and actually talk through their problems. It has been so long since I've read a romance book, manga or novel, that deals with jealousy in such a mature, sensitive, and realistic way. Thank you, Yamada, you have blessed this world with your creation and the world is better for it. That aside, this was more cute, sweet, wonderful fluffiness with one of my fave couples and I savored every page and every panel. I truly love these two and their relationship and am looking forward to seeing more now that they've moved in together. Love this series, I want more ASAP!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kye

    I cannot rave about this series enough. It's such an adorable slice of life. It baffles me that it's supposedly considered a seinen. I reject that and I'm calling it a josei. I don't care. I don't care. This couple is the epitome of the healthy couple I want to swoon over. Flawless communication even if it make them uncomfortable. They're so considerate and loving which is such a change from most adult relationships depicted in manga. Please keep in mind this is a pure slice of life manga. There I cannot rave about this series enough. It's such an adorable slice of life. It baffles me that it's supposedly considered a seinen. I reject that and I'm calling it a josei. I don't care. I don't care. This couple is the epitome of the healthy couple I want to swoon over. Flawless communication even if it make them uncomfortable. They're so considerate and loving which is such a change from most adult relationships depicted in manga. Please keep in mind this is a pure slice of life manga. There is no overarching plot. We are watching their day to day lives and I CANNOT get enough. I'm preordered through volume 9 and I need them to arrive now! Highly, HIGHLY recommend.

  12. 4 out of 5

    celene

    theyre so cute >.< T_T

  13. 4 out of 5

    Greyland Reviews

    4.25 stars Love seeing their relationship grow!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Mayar El Mahdy

    Even when things start to get bumpy, they still manage to communicate. I wish Asako could be a little more assertive, though.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Martu (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

    To be honest, it's refreshing to read a manga where the couple ACTUALLY COMMUNICATES! To be honest, it's refreshing to read a manga where the couple ACTUALLY COMMUNICATES!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Tatiana

    I am starting to get a bit bored. I think the crux of the drama in their relationship is that Asako has low self esteem so she's timid and never knows what to do (like when a strange white man gives you his business card, that she kept!, after hitting on that caused your boyfriend to intervene). I often feel like her character has some spunk when she glares at Natori or sticks up for herself in some way. But it feels sluggish. And since I dont read romance very generally, either in manga or general I am starting to get a bit bored. I think the crux of the drama in their relationship is that Asako has low self esteem so she's timid and never knows what to do (like when a strange white man gives you his business card, that she kept!, after hitting on that caused your boyfriend to intervene). I often feel like her character has some spunk when she glares at Natori or sticks up for herself in some way. But it feels sluggish. And since I dont read romance very generally, either in manga or generalized fiction, I don't know if this type of character is popular in the genre. But it VERY tiresome to see this character struggle with things that she need not struggle with! Speak up! Stop being self conscious about your bra size (she wears a G cup, and while this would normally be considered desirable in a woman, she has no real interest in her body outside of how much she sweats). Actually, I think I would be happier to learn more about why Asako had not had a boyfriend before, and her relationship with her body. Because yes, being teased aa a child for being sweaty is awful. But as a grown woman, are you really holding out to childhood trauma like that? Or is there more? Once I get more of a deep dive into her character, I think I can enjoy it more.

  17. 5 out of 5

    ♥ WishfulMiss ♥

    My fave couple are moving in together and I'm so hear for it! Loved Natori meeting Asako's family! Her dad is the cutest and I love how encouraging and supportive her mom is! Their warm acceptance of Natori and how they both recognize the positive changes in their daughter was definitely a highlight. Asako and Natori are still learning and growing in their relationship but it always has such a sweet and wholesome outcome, you won't be able to resist rooting for them at every turn. It's also Asak My fave couple are moving in together and I'm so hear for it! Loved Natori meeting Asako's family! Her dad is the cutest and I love how encouraging and supportive her mom is! Their warm acceptance of Natori and how they both recognize the positive changes in their daughter was definitely a highlight. Asako and Natori are still learning and growing in their relationship but it always has such a sweet and wholesome outcome, you won't be able to resist rooting for them at every turn. It's also Asako's birthday and Natori is determined to make it the best, just like she managed to make his so special. I'm dying to know what Natori's idea of the perfect soap is for Asako. The fact that he wants to gift her, her very own special soap is swoon-worthy! These two are definitely the yin to the other's yang! Safety Info: (I am starting to feel like a parrot here!) 100% safe!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Dayla

    The character growth and communication between these two characters is amazing! I loved that he is someone who strives to make her happy (even if it’s to a flawed point), and that she is learning to voice her discomfort and opinions better. Also, there’s a spicy scene in this with such a romantic moment that it made me sigh with hearts in my eyes. This series may have had a weird start, but it’s such a pure and sweet series. I’ll be sad on the day that it ends, but for now, I’ve got more volumes The character growth and communication between these two characters is amazing! I loved that he is someone who strives to make her happy (even if it’s to a flawed point), and that she is learning to voice her discomfort and opinions better. Also, there’s a spicy scene in this with such a romantic moment that it made me sigh with hearts in my eyes. This series may have had a weird start, but it’s such a pure and sweet series. I’ll be sad on the day that it ends, but for now, I’ve got more volumes to read! Happy reading!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Paulette

    Ah, they're so precious and adorable. Asako and Kotaru finally move in together, and have their first fight! Obviously, though, they communicate through it, and are so cuuuuuuuute (no, I won't ever stop gushing about their relationship) and just a lovely couple! Ah, they're so precious and adorable. Asako and Kotaru finally move in together, and have their first fight! Obviously, though, they communicate through it, and are so cuuuuuuuute (no, I won't ever stop gushing about their relationship) and just a lovely couple!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sarah S

    This just continues to be so down to earth and sweet and enjoyable. (view spoiler)[The fight in the park was long overdue, and honestly a relief. (hide spoiler)] This just continues to be so down to earth and sweet and enjoyable. (view spoiler)[The fight in the park was long overdue, and honestly a relief. (hide spoiler)]

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kiera Beddes

    As always, I adore this couple, their communication and relationship development. In this volume, they move in together and adjust their relationship with each other in their shared space.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Rebo

    It’s been so long since the last volume (or feels that way anyway) that I had almost forgotten how much I love this couple. They may even be my favorite manga couple in a lot of ways... Not a lot happens, plot wise, in this volume, as it’s mostly about the two of them adjusting to living together, but it’s really uwu and I can’t wait for more... Re-read (finished 08/22/21) - having re-read the whole series in the last few weeks, it’s easier to see exactly how much Asako has changed. When she very It’s been so long since the last volume (or feels that way anyway) that I had almost forgotten how much I love this couple. They may even be my favorite manga couple in a lot of ways... Not a lot happens, plot wise, in this volume, as it’s mostly about the two of them adjusting to living together, but it’s really uwu and I can’t wait for more... Re-read (finished 08/22/21) - having re-read the whole series in the last few weeks, it’s easier to see exactly how much Asako has changed. When she very firmly says “I want to do it” at one point, it’s particularly striking bc she was the type who never ever asserted her own desires before. I also like how Natori’s behavior makes more sense after vol 7 when we learn a little more about his family and past.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Christine Zarah

    Series review: ★★★★☆ out of 5 “Arrest him, officer.”I’m gonna be honest, that was my first thought of this manga. The plot would offend a lot of the people I know, and I agree, because the premise is icky and kinda hard to swallow. I was honestly sure I would drop this but by some miracle, I didn’t, and I ended up enjoying the ride. Once you overlook the sniffing and smell fetish, this one’s actually a pure and cute love story about two very different individuals growing up and maturing together a Series review: ★★★★☆ out of 5 “Arrest him, officer.”I’m gonna be honest, that was my first thought of this manga. The plot would offend a lot of the people I know, and I agree, because the premise is icky and kinda hard to swallow. I was honestly sure I would drop this but by some miracle, I didn’t, and I ended up enjoying the ride. Once you overlook the sniffing and smell fetish, this one’s actually a pure and cute love story about two very different individuals growing up and maturing together as a couple. It’s a very laid-back slice-of-life with a lot of fluff and occasional smut. It's also pretty funny and doesn’t take itself seriously. In one of the chapters, Asako and her middle school friend even take a jab at the manga’s entire plot lmao “He sniffed you right when you first met…? You're kidding, right?” “My first instinct was to run away…” “And now you're living together… you really don't know what life will throw your way, huh? Sounds like something out of a manga.” It would have been a 5 in my books had their first encounter been more reasonable but the entire forcing himself at first meeting costed a star in my book. Nevertheless, it has been fun!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Moriah Venable

    Asako and Natori finally move in together but the first week has some challenges. Natori takes the trash out and does alot of the household chores even when he is tired of a long day, and tries to be more considerate of Asako but it causes her to feel a certain way. Before moving into together, Natori and Asako go out to eat for her birthday but while getting her perfume, she gets hit on my someone who later gives her his card. She puts it in her bag without thinking. Later when he takes her home Asako and Natori finally move in together but the first week has some challenges. Natori takes the trash out and does alot of the household chores even when he is tired of a long day, and tries to be more considerate of Asako but it causes her to feel a certain way. Before moving into together, Natori and Asako go out to eat for her birthday but while getting her perfume, she gets hit on my someone who later gives her his card. She puts it in her bag without thinking. Later when he takes her home, he asks her about it. It is best to let people you love know how things affect you not long after something happens instead of waiting. So I am glad that they talked that out. Things come to a head at the park when she yells at him how his actions are making her feel. He didn't want to make her sad like he did on his birthday so he was doing all that he could to not make her feel like that again. I really liked this volume. Shows how you try to be a good at first but sometimes it can be too much for the other person. It is great that Natori does take Asako feelings into account and tries to learn from mistakes. Same with Asako.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Rosa Rodriguez

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Finally read volume 6 of Sweat and soap and I loved it. Though most of the volume was about both of them moving in together, when they were mentioning other events from pst volumes, or other characters in relationships I couldn’t really remember much from them. Just bits and pieces. But it’s good overall. I loved the scene where Asako showed her anger towards Natori, and spoke what was on her mind. It felt so good to see her to that. Not only that but like she did that in public because she was s Finally read volume 6 of Sweat and soap and I loved it. Though most of the volume was about both of them moving in together, when they were mentioning other events from pst volumes, or other characters in relationships I couldn’t really remember much from them. Just bits and pieces. But it’s good overall. I loved the scene where Asako showed her anger towards Natori, and spoke what was on her mind. It felt so good to see her to that. Not only that but like she did that in public because she was so caught up in herself to forget where she was. What a power move. Power move as in we love to see some character development. It’s good because romantic relationships are different then family relationships. When she said “I’ve never acted that way towards my family”, it’s because she can relax and be her true self with Natori, that’s good. He’s a good influence on her. Anyways this volume was good, can’t wait for the next volume.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Elly

    I haven't been writing reviews or putting down my thoughts on my recent reads, so I'm trying to rectify that going forward! This volume really spotlights Kotaro's own insecurities in the relationship which is great since we've spent more time with Asako in previous volumes. In this volume we have Valentine's Day, Asako's birthday, and the two lovebirds finally moving in. Throughout the volume we see how Kotaro is very careful in trying to make Asako happy to the point that it comes to the detrim I haven't been writing reviews or putting down my thoughts on my recent reads, so I'm trying to rectify that going forward! This volume really spotlights Kotaro's own insecurities in the relationship which is great since we've spent more time with Asako in previous volumes. In this volume we have Valentine's Day, Asako's birthday, and the two lovebirds finally moving in. Throughout the volume we see how Kotaro is very careful in trying to make Asako happy to the point that it comes to the detriment of his own feelings and how he usually acts. Of course Asako notices this which leads to some tension that ultimately has a good payoff. This volume definitely continues with the theme of meeting your partner in the middle and establishing boundaries in order to have a balanced relationship rather than having all the emotional/physical labor fall onto one person. It's really nice to see them work out their problems and get stronger because of it.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Joe Kerr

    The lightly-scented and slightly-sexy rom-com continues! Ah, Kotaro, you are one lucky lad. Asako is a true diamond in the rough. She just needed you to come along and make her shine. Such a cute gal, too. Short with short dark hair, glasses, nice curves, and knockers the size of cannon balls!!! Woo!!! Oh yeah. Ok so anyway, first there's Valentine's day chocolate, then a trip to a special shop on Asako's birthday, then the big day finally arrives! Time to CO-HAB-I-TATE, if you know what I mean, The lightly-scented and slightly-sexy rom-com continues! Ah, Kotaro, you are one lucky lad. Asako is a true diamond in the rough. She just needed you to come along and make her shine. Such a cute gal, too. Short with short dark hair, glasses, nice curves, and knockers the size of cannon balls!!! Woo!!! Oh yeah. Ok so anyway, first there's Valentine's day chocolate, then a trip to a special shop on Asako's birthday, then the big day finally arrives! Time to CO-HAB-I-TATE, if you know what I mean, nudge nudge. Yes, our two fine lovers move in together. However, not all's well in Wellsville, and it first leads to Asako having an outburst at a park near their new residence, then a long, constructive talk. Fear not, my friends, things work out just fine in the end. And might I add, Asako looks gorgeous in her new... undergarments!!!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kayla

    4 stars. This was such a good volume. So far, this couple has not had a real conflict or fight, so it was interesting seeing them navigate that. I liked that Asako could tell immediately that something was off and would let Kotaro just breeze past it or think that hiding his feelings was the better option. I also liked that even when they were arguing, they were not cruel to the other person. They were able to clearly state what was hurting and upsetting them, without being nasty and that made me 4 stars. This was such a good volume. So far, this couple has not had a real conflict or fight, so it was interesting seeing them navigate that. I liked that Asako could tell immediately that something was off and would let Kotaro just breeze past it or think that hiding his feelings was the better option. I also liked that even when they were arguing, they were not cruel to the other person. They were able to clearly state what was hurting and upsetting them, without being nasty and that made me happy. I'm glad we didn't leave the volume on a sad note and that they seem like they are working things out. This is the last volume my library has. I wasn't expecting to enjoy this series so much, or be as fond of these characters and their relationship as I am. I'm looking forward to continuing the series whenever my library adds the rest of it!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jocelynereadsromance

    I just love this series! I love watching this relationship grow, I love watching these two continuously learn to communicate, create a healthy and balanced relationship and advocate for themselves. They are so charming together and I am just taken with how beautifully their relationship continues to grow as they create a strong foundation for their future. The artwork is quirky and fun and perfectly embodies the awkward and charming nature of the characters. I so highly recommend this manga and I just love this series! I love watching this relationship grow, I love watching these two continuously learn to communicate, create a healthy and balanced relationship and advocate for themselves. They are so charming together and I am just taken with how beautifully their relationship continues to grow as they create a strong foundation for their future. The artwork is quirky and fun and perfectly embodies the awkward and charming nature of the characters. I so highly recommend this manga and can not wait for the next installment!

  30. 4 out of 5

    -moonprismpower-

    Awww reading about this couple makes me think about my own relationship... the moving in together, making meals for each other, and even the little misunderstandings at first. But as always, they handle those misunderstandings right away! Which is how it should be! Because who could go days or weeks without resolving their issues with their significant other??!! Someone that wants their relationship to fail, that’s who!!!

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