Welcome to Japan, Ms. Elf!

Welcome to Japan, Ms. Elf!

English Title: Welcome to Japan, Ms. Elf!
Japanese Title: 日本へようこそエルフさん。– “Nihon e Youkoso Elf-san.”
Author: Makishima Suzuki — まきしま鈴木
Illustrator: Yappen — ヤッペン
Translator: Hiroya Watanabe
Genre: Isekai (Reverse Isekai), Slice of Life
Original Run: August 2018 – ongoing
English Run: February 2019 – ongoing
Japanese Publisher: HJ Novels (Hobby Japan)
English Publisher: J-Novel Club
Volumes in Japanese: 3 (In Progress)
Volumes in English: 2 (In Progress)
Average Price Per VolumeKindle $7 – iBook $7 – Kobo $7 — Nook $7
Note: Also available to read online through a J-Novel Club subscription. This series is currently digital-only.

Synopsis: Kazuhiro Kitase’s only hobby is sleeping. Ever since he was young, he would enter a wondrous world within his dreams and go on thrilling adventures. One day, he goes on an adventure with an elf girl he became friends within his dream world, but it’s put to an abrupt halt when they both get scorched with a dragon’s breath! As he wakes up from his dream, he notices a familiar figure sleeping next to him…the elf girl from his dreams?! Join Kazuhiro on his new adventures through Japan with Ms. Elf!

Volume 1
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Released February 23, 2019 — ASIN: B07MJD4Q7H

Volume 2
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Released July 8, 2019 — ASIN: B07RGSDJTN

Volume 3
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Released February 23, 2020 — ASIN: B082PRTP4T

Volume 4
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Released June 21, 2020 — ASIN: B086BQ9V2S

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3 thoughts on “Welcome to Japan, Ms. Elf!

  1. Oh wow, there’s only 2 volumes in Japan? I guess we’ll be constantly up to date with this one then, which makes a change. Only read around 30% but it’s decent. Well written for a chill novel. I did find it funny how often the main character compares something to a blooming flower though. Like, in the portion I’ve read he’s done it at least 5 times.

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