Princess Jellyfish Manga Volume 4

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About Princess Jellyfish Manga Volume 4

Princess Jellyfish volume 4 collects volumes 7-8 in an omnibus format and features story and art by Akiko Higashimura.

The night of the fashion show for Tsukimi and Kuranosuke’s Jelly Fish brand has finally arrived. They pulled out all the stops to make Amamizu-kan into an enchanting wonderland–even Mayaya has transformed into a chic model! The show brings some much-needed attention to the retro building, but will the exposure be enough to save the Amars and their home? When their fashion line becomes a hit success, the girls scramble to satisfy their customers. With the help of their new colleague Nisha, a savvy Indian expat who knows all about the textile industry, they just might make it work! But is Tsukimi ready to leave her quiet life behind for good?


  • Publisher: KODANSHA COMICS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Themes: Slice of Life
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Release Date: 4/11/2017
  • Page Count: 368
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.8
  • Written Language: English

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The Girls are alright


Continuing the story of the NEET women in the female only boarding house, Princess Jellyfish chugs along. Picking up the story after the fashion show (both in the anime and of course, volume 3) reflects just how unprepared our hero's and heroine's are for the fashion industry. Is that romance of the horizon??. Hijinks ensues. Lots of story, but not as humorous as earlier chapters , plenty of manga extras from the author. a few color pages, wrapped up in the omnibus edition. If you follow PJF it's mandatory.


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The Princess Jellyfish series is a very whimsical humorous story of young Otaku women who get drawn into creating a fashion line of clothing based on Jellyfish. All to save their apartment building from a high-rise shopping development. The human relationships ring true and are actually bittersweet. They learn to deal with reality and and still have fun and maybe a little happiness in the process. Enjoyable series!