As of the latest chapter’s publication in Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ magazine, the Aharen-san wa Hakarenai manga has concluded with a total of 167 chapters. The manga spans 17 volumes. Asato Mizu, the author, expressed gratitude towards fans for their support by sharing a commemorative illustration of the announcement on her Twitter account.
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The anime adaptation of “Aharen Is Indecipherable” was produced by Felix Film and directed by Yasutaka Yamamoto and Tomoe Makino. It aired from April 2 to June 18, 2022, comprising 12 episodes.
Beginning his first year of high school, all Matsuboshi Raidou wants is to make friends—starting with the cute, tiny, and soft-spoken Reina Aharen, who sits right next to him in class. Unbeknownst to Raidou, Reina shares the same sentiment, but she has a problem. Awkward and timid, Reina is incapable of determining how chummy she has to be when approaching a person. Due to Reina’s complete inability to gauge personal space, the two struggle to spark their unlikely friendship, as even the simplest tasks like talking seem impossible for them. But despite the countless yet pointless challenges that hinder the pair, the overly imaginative Raidou will do whatever it takes to befriend the indecipherable Reina.
The manga “Aharen-san wa Hakarenai” was first published on January 17 and is one of Asato Mizu’s many works, including “Magical Chef Shoujo Shizuru” (2011), “Kawaii Kouhai ga Otoko ni Natta Hanashi” (2018), “Senpai, Sore Hitokuchi Kudasai!” (2015), “Isekai Death Game ni Tensou sarete Tsurai” (2018), “Denki-gai no Honya-san” (2011), among others. However, the “Aharen” manga has not yet been licensed in English.