The first tankōbon volume was released on January 21, 2012, with 21 volumes and an official fan book released as of September 21, 2013, ISBN 978-4-7575-3999-0. An anthology was released on June 22, 2013, ISBN 978-4-7575-3981-5.
Tomoko acts strange around Yū. Her actual experience is limited mainly to fantasies from playing games, making up scenarios, and listening to her special yandere audios. In one incident early in the anime and manga, she sees into the window of a Love Hotel where she can watch two people making love.
Best guess - Wah-Tah-Moh-Teh. It's an abbreviation of the full title, though, so don't expect too much! I say "Wah-Tah-Moh-Teh" as well, just double checking.
16+ as was said should be ok. Depends on the kid though, i coulda probably watched it younger but not everyone is the same. 16 and up seems about right, although I doupt many 16 year olds would actually find this show all that enjoyable.Oct 6, 2014
Tomoko Kuroki personality type is INFP, which makes her a very peaceful person. She is the type to have the most pacifist personality out of all the girls, which is why she is so easily swayed by her emotions.
Watamote is about a awkward 15 year old girl that doesn't really know how to fit in, and i think theirs a part of everyone that can relate to some part of her, maybe not to her extent but at least a little bit and i think thats what makes it so much of a better anime.
(or just "WataMote" for short) follows 15-year-old Tomoko Kuroki (Izumi Kitta), a girl starting her first year of high school. She is excited to experience high school and all of the experiences that anime and video games have taught her about it.
So if you're wondering why the jokes in Watamote have so little variation, this is the reason. This is why Tomoko will never be popular. The series enforces the idea by using a repetitive episodic structure.Jul 31, 2013
“Watamote” is short for a ridiculously long title “Watashi ga Motenai no wa do Kangaetemo Omaera ga Warui!” which translates to “No matter how I look at it, it's you guys' fault I'm not popular!” The 12 part series narrates the story of a teenage girl, Tomoko Kuroki, starting high school, who comes to the realisation ...
Kuroki (written: 黒木 lit. "black tree") is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include: Akane Kuroki (黒木 茜, born 1978), Japanese equestrian.