Chapter 41. 007/ The Spy Who Loved Me
Chapter 41
Release Date September 13, 2011
Chapter 41
Volume 8
ISBN ISBN 978-4-06-340855-3
Chapter Guide
Chapter 40. Jellyfish: The Dancing Maharaja
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Shuu learns through work of other buildings in the Amamizu district that have tenants who are resisting redevelopment. He visits Tsukimi at Amamizukan to privately tell her to ally with them. The visit and tête-à-tête make Kuranosuke noticeably jealous.


Nisha doesn't believe Kuranosuke is a girl. Nisha's brother takes the rest of the Amars out for curry.

Koibuchi Sr. gets summoned before his political party to explain Kuranosuke's stunt to oppose redevelopment and takes Shuu with him. Shuu questions the information the Diet members provide and learns that there are still stores in the neighborhood holding out, particularly a sweets shop.

In the car, Shuu shares that he thinks Kuranosuke has found a place he belongs in Amamizukan.

Kuranosuke tries again to convince himself that he doesn't have feelings for Tsukimi.

Shuu visits the sweets shop but the owner suspects he's a redeveloper and is rude.

To get Nisha's help in choosing material, Tsukimi tries to explain how jellyfish translate into dresses. Shuu shows up with the sweets to have a private talk with Tsukimi. Kuranosuke is suspicious, which makes Nisha think he's jealous. Shuu advises Tsukimi that Amamizukan ally with the sweets shop to oppose redevelopment, but to keep the fact that he told her as another secret between them.

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Characters in Order of AppearanceEdit

Characters in Order of Appearance
  1. Nisha's brother
  2. Nisha
  3. Kuranosuke Koibuchi
  4. Chieko
  5. Jiji
  6. Tsukimi Kurashita
  7. Nomu
  8. Mayaya
  9. Banba
  10. Shuu Koibuchi
  11. Keiichiro Koibuchi
  12. Yoshio Hanamori
  13. Diet members
  14. Juon Mejiro
  15. Sweets shop owner
  16. Sweets shop owner's wife



  • The chapter title comes from the 1977 James Bond film of the same name.


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