You might be wondering if Miyako is like Tsubame. Not that much.
I have to admit that I started reading the first volume of the manga in Japanese. For the most part, the first episode is close to what happened in the first four chapters leading up to the first few pages of the fifth chapter. Obviously, Miyako is not as creepy compared to Tsubame who asks her love interest to marry her.
This is not surprising since Miyako is shy and doesn’t have any friends. When it comes to those low-angle shots, it seems that Miyako heard it’s a good idea from someone without knowing the consequences. Thankfully, she didn’t do them again, although some can argue that the burst photo shots of Hana and her little sister, Hinata can be seen as getting into creepy territory. The main difference is that instead of using an actual camera to take the pictures in the manga, she takes them on a smart phone.
Despite the subject matter, Miyako’s reaction when she falls for Hana is endearing. Sure, Hana doesn’t want to become friends at first. Thankfully, Hinata looks after her older sister and helps her out, especially when Hana is about to call the police. It seems that trying to get Hana’s body measurements when Hana doesn’t know Miyako can be off-putting.
The funny thing is that sweets is the thing that makes Hana easy going. Of course, Miyako entices Hana with sweets she makes. In exchange, Hana wears the clothing Miyako made. The only qualities that Miyako and Tsubame shares is their cooking abilities and making cosplay. Otherwise, Miyako spends time being flustered thinking about how cute Hana is and what cosplay to make next, at least so far.
As you would expect, Hana is cute, but not a tsundere at all. While she is smart and polite, it’s obvious that she is only in it for the sweets, even if she has to wear embarrassing cosplay. I have to admit that she looks adorable in the outfits Miyako made. Still, I find it funny how Miyako outright lies how cute Hana’s unfashionable Higero t-shirt is and Hinata spilling the beans. This didn’t take long given that Hinata knows about her older sister’s cosplay hobbies.
As expected, Miyako’s and Hinata’s mother is scary. Although she looks young, she is brutal. She wraps Miyako in a blanket and ties her up, leaving her suspended from the ceiling. She did not like how Miyako gave Hinata and Hana sweets before dinner. Yes, that is pretty scary. Not only that, she ate the French toast that Miyako was going to make. Yes, she is very brutal indeed.
Despite the obvious elements, Watashi ni Tenshi ga Maiorita is not as creepy as UzaMaid. In a way, Miyako’s feelings for Hana is very similar to Akari’s attraction to Sophie. I guess the lack of mention of things like marriage and stalking helps. Even so, it’s funny how Miyako and Hana mentions that despite how pretty Miyako is, she doesn’t wear any of the outfits she makes. It’s obvious to see why.
When Miyako is home alone, she wears her White Shining Miracle Flower White Lilly cosplay. She even say the catch phase, which comes from some magical girl anime. The funny thing is that she left her window open and a blonde-haired girl saw her. Without revealing much that girl is Himesaka Noa. Since I read ahead, her personality kind of reminds me of Morikawa Yui. ¶