Japan Agriculture’s Super Sweet Office romance manga about sugar Power

Business woman Toko, subordinate Sato-kun have a sweet connection

Toko and subordinate Sato-kun get sweet with each other.

Shojo manga artist Tony Hashime releases Tekitou na Koi this month. It stars Toko, young businessman, and workplace spokesman Sato-kun.

Its not long before feelings of bond break out, but they want to ensure their relationship, whatever it might become, stays functional. It could have been from the mangas title if you think that tekitou isnt written for Japanese except that Tekitou na Kois tekitou isnt written with the kanji characters for appropriate (, but with the kanji that mean a reasonable amount of sugar ().

Sato-kun: When youre feeling tired, what you need is a little sugar. Toko: Sa-, Sato-kun! Things get too sweet!

Interestingly, though the Japanese word Sato is a common family name in Japan, its also a homonym for the Japanese word for sugar. Why all saccharine symbolism? Japan Agricultures Hokkaido division produces Tekitou na Koi as light source of potential health benefits.

Toko snacking on a donut

Among sugar-related tidbits seen exchanged is exercise (and prolonged mental concentration, manga says) eases body glucose levels, abrasive, but could e replenished with sugar. Tekitou na Koi also thinks glucose helps relaxation, aids carry amino acids to the brain to calm anxiety and stress.

Too much sugar just doesnt work for the body, though; so could Tekitou na Koi also sees scenes where Toko plays a role in her sweetness intake, but wants to decide that its okay to fully give in to her urges right now and there.

Too much sugar has a downside for you, says an inflaming Toko.

More of the manga can be found on its official website, also through Hashimes Twitter account.

/ (@hashime_tony) Dec 13, 2022

Hey, eat more sugar! might seem like something unusual to promote, but Japan’s relatively low obesity rates give it a little more wiggle room on that front that many other countries think. Sophisticated manga romance seems like a pretty apt medium to get out the message that some pure sweetness now and then is OK, even if you shouldnt make it the foundation of your diet/life philosophy.

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