Mangaka Kenjiro Hata, best known as the creator of Tonikaku Kawaii, has announced that he will be taking a hiatus after the release of chapter 236 of Jujutsu Kaisen. This surprising revelation was made in the 46th edition of Weekly Shonen Sunday, where fans learned that Hata will be on break until the 50th edition of the magazine.
The reason behind this sudden hiatus is the shocking death of the beloved character Gojo Satoru in Jujutsu Kaisen. Kenjiro Hata was deeply affected by this unexpected turn of events and expressed his disappointment in the manga industry as a whole. The emotional impact of creating a manga and having to deal with such drastic plot developments can take a toll on mangakas, and Hata has decided to take a much-needed break.
Many speculate that Hata was a big fan of Gojo Satoru, which is why the character’s demise hit him so hard. This shows the deep connection that mangakas can develop with their own characters and the profound effect they can have on their creators.
On a brighter note, Tonikaku Kawaii, Hata’s popular manga series, continues to gain popularity and a growing fan base since its release in February 2018. The recently published 25th volume of Tonikaku Kawaii on September 15th has further solidified its presence in the manga world.
Tonikaku Kawaii has even been adapted into an anime series, with its first season airing in October 2020. The anime has been released in multiple languages, including Japanese, English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, and German, expanding its reach to a wider international audience. Fans from all around the world can now enjoy the charming story that revolves around a boy named Nasa Yuzaki and his encounter with a mysterious girl named Tsukasa.
While Nasa is a regular high school student, Tsukasa is anything but ordinary. She expresses her desire to marry Nasa, but the reasons behind her intentions remain a mystery. Tonikaku Kawaii tantalizes readers with a promise to reveal the secret behind Tsukasa’s desire to marry Nasa and delve into their married life together.
In conclusion, mangaka Kenjiro Hata’s hiatus due to the shocking events in Jujutsu Kaisen serves as a reminder of the emotional impact that the creation of a manga can have on its author. While fans eagerly await Hata’s return, they can continue to enjoy the delightful world of Tonikaku Kawaii through its manga volumes and anime adaptation. The bond between creators and their characters is a truly fascinating aspect of the manga industry, and Hata’s break is a testament to the dedication and passion involved in bringing these stories to life.