Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings in Russian Manga

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Synopsis of Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings in Russian Manga

Smart, refined, and strikingly gorgeous, half-Russian half-Japanese Alisa Mikhailovna Kujou is considered the idol of her school. With her long silver hair, mesmerizing blue eyes, and exceptionally fair skin, she has captured the hearts of countless male students while being highly admired by all others. Even so, due to her seemingly unapproachable persona, everyone remains wary of the near-flawless girl.

One of the few exceptions is Alisa’s bench mate Masachika Kuze, a relatively average boy who spends his days watching anime and playing gacha games. Despite his nonchalant demeanor, Masachika is the sole student to receive Alisa’s attention. Unable to be honest, Alisa is frequently harsh on Masachika and only expresses her affection in Russian. Unbeknownst to her, however, Masachika understands the language yet pretends otherwise for his amusement.

As the odd pair continues to exchange witty and playful remarks, their relationship gradually grows more romantic and delightful—and Alisa might finally learn to freely convey her true feelings.

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Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings in Russian Manga Review

This manga is in my opinion very good. I’m currently reading chapter 14 and I’m excited and waiting for the next chapter. I have to admit that the manga has a classic theme of a very beautiful girl who turns every head, who is from abroad… this time it is from Russia (a big plus for the use of the alphabet (Azbuka) for the authenticity of the Russian language). I don’t want to spoil too much, but it is a very wholesome manga with different emotions from both protagonists who will be introduced there. I recommend the manga to those who like this type of genre (School, Romance, Comedy, Slice of Life), I will consider a 9-point rating if it continues in this line
Reviewer’s Rating: 9