Tonikaku Cawaii Chapter 40 (Trolling)

Tonikaku Cawaii Chapter 40
Tonikaku Kawaii Fly Me to the Moon 40
トニカクカワイイ 40

Spoiler Summary/Synopsis:

Tonikaku Cawaii Chapter 40Tsukasa asks Nasa what he wants for dinner on the following night. Nasa has a complicated formula to come up with curry. Since Tsukasa does not have all of the ingredients for curry, she decides to make a night trip to the market to get some. Nasa decides to go with her and make it a night walk.

As they leave, Arisugawa-san pulls Nasa aside. She suggests that he take Tsukasa through Otogi Park to engage in marital activities, since the park is pretty much empty at this time of day. Nasa gets flustered, but does decide to go to Otogi Park with his wife. As they walk, Tsukasa recalls their evening trip to get their marriage registered. She also thinks about all of the people she’s met, thanks to Nasa. Further, she’s discovered certain emotions for the first time in her life.

Nasa is pleased by his wife’s remarks. He suggests they go to a nearby shrine to pray. Nasa prays for a happy marriage while Tsukasa prays for world peace. Afterward, the two continue their walk to the convenience store. As they walk and talk, Tsukasa slyly asks Nasa why he picked a deserted road for their walk. She teases him once he become flustered. He then acknowledges that he was planning to kiss her. Tsukasa is flustered but impressed at Nasa’s honesty. However, she requests they wait until they buy the curry powder.

Tsukasa and Nasa exit the convenience store, having also purchased nikuman (meat buns) to eat on the way home. Tsukasa realizes that because the buns have garlic in them, they’ll have to delay the kiss.

Thoughts/Review:

I believe Hata-sensei continues to troll certain fans in Tonikaku Cawaii Chapter 40. But it is still a nice chapter.

Trolling For Sex

One thing I’ve seen frequently as a complaint against Tonikaku Cawaii is that Nasa and Tsukasa aren’t having rabbit sex, even though they are married. 🙄 Apparently, it doesn’t matter that a shounen manga like Tonikaku Cawaii can’t show that kind of stuff. Certain people want it, and that’s that…at least outside of Japan.

I get the feeling that Hata-sensei knows about this (or there are similar complaints in Japan). As such, I believe he used Kaname and Aya’s mom to troll fans. How so? By making Arisugawa-san suggest Nasa take Tsukasa through the park for implied sexual reasons. Obviously that’s never happening. Still, I laughed at how Nasa honestly told Tsukasa he was planning to kiss her when she asked why he chose their walk route.

Tonikaku Cawaii Chapter 40

The Kaguya-hime Stuff

Hata-sensei gives us another teasing clue that Tsukasa is Kaguya-hime. As Tsukasa and Nasa walked, Tsukasa talks about experiencing certain emotions for the first time in her life. In praising Nasa for being the element that allows her to experience these firsts, it reminded me of the Kaguya-hime tale. There, Kaguya-hime did not fall in love or anything else. She lived her life, and then had her memories purged when she was forced to return to the moon.

If Tsukasa is Kaguya-hime, who never had to return to the moon, then I can see how she has never experienced so many things that marriage has allowed her to experience. And Tsukasa is warming up to more and more people, whereas before, it was just her and Nasa when Tsukasa’s “little sister” and the two family maids weren’t interfering.

Tonikaku Cawaii Chapter 40

Final Thoughts and Conclusion

OK, I gotta get this review of Tonikaku Cawaii Chapter 40 wrapped up. (I was supposed to have it done yesterday. 😅) In the end, the chapter is a pleasant one, allowing Nasa and Tsukasa to have a lovely, late evening walk.

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