Japanese 7-Elevens Are Now a Manga

Heroine of "7-Eleven After School" thanks heaven for convenience store snacks


If you've ever lived in Japan or know someone who has, you know that the 7-Eleven scene there is extremely different. But just in case you needed reminding, the international convenience store chain is launching a Twitter manga to drive the point home.


7-Eleven After School is drawn by Mao Momoji of doujin circle Komorebi-Note, under the supervision of the chain. The artist, who is known for both her cute character designs and her ridiculously gorgeous renderings of food, brings to life schoolgirl Nana's pursuit of both after-school snacks and the cute teenage clerk.




Strips will be updated every day at 7:30 pm JST on @twi-yon.


Source: Comic Natalie




Kara Dennison is responsible for multiple webcomics, blogs and runs interviews for (Re)Generation Who and PotterVerse, and is half the creative team behind the OEL light novel series Owl's Flower. She blogs at karadennison.com and tweets @RubyCosmos. Her latest stories can be found in Whoblique Strategies.

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