didnt see a thread for it
Pretty good chapter, though it gets confusing sometimes which one it's supposed to be because they show the "spirit" version alongside the body.
>Oh the body double was? That's confusing
I think the translation made it sound confusing, but yes.
Sagimiyas aren't descendants of royal blood, they're descendants of some royal servants. We saw their ancestor with Marie Antoinette in chapter 1.
I'm so glad they mention that Marie Antoinette never said that infamous quote. The entire manga seems to be based on that concept, down to the title, and yet it takes the time to point out the historical misconception.
>His younger brother, Isukiri
Who the fuck?
Man the romance is gonna become convoluted as fuck soon.
>Taiga slowly starts to fall in love with Marie, but keeps insisting that Sagimiya is the girl of his dreams. Starts to get more conscious of the fact that he's in the body of the girl he likes.
>Marie eventually realises that Taiga loves Sagimiya and somewhat tries to help him out, but she grows distant after she herself falls in love with Taiga and doesn't know what to do.
>Sagimiya starts to become increasingly confused as she doesn't know whether she's in love with Taiga or Marie, the body swap makes it hard for her to figure it out. Marie becomes her friend, but its awkward because she's in Taiga's body so its a constant reminder of the confession.
Otherwise the series is pretty comfy so far, I like it more than the other new series even if it isn't the greatest on its own.
Not a bad 3 chapters so far, at least they haven't gotten to genre staples of gender bending.
>"Kyaa I have to buy a bra"
>"Oh no, every guy likes me in school and all the girls hate me because I am so perfect."
>"Need to pee, how does a woman pee?"
>tfw thought this was the manga about the gluttonous girl who MC's interested in
>tfw it's this disappointment
Shogunate wanted to Isolate Japan completely, but some amount of international trade was still needed. At that time only Spain, Portugal, GB and Dutch was active in that region, and since first two was spreading christianity, which was cause of Shimabara uprising, the trade patent (two ships a year) was granted to Dutches.
There was an episode in the mid of XIX century, when brits tried to fool japs when they obtained patent after capture of Dutch port, but their deceit was revealed because at the same time japanese captured some russians, who knew about lose of the Dutch trading port.
>leaving behind a body double, lady therese fled. all the way here, to japan.