YAW=WAY — When I first watched/really read Tokyo ghoul,
In the latest episode of the series, Kaneki and Touka reach a closeness that Ghouls make a mark on one another to show their relationship. Kaneki in turn viewed her as someone important to him and tried to put her out of harm's way. He responded aggressively to anyone who had. Relationships of Touka Kirishima Ken Kaneki Before discovering that she is a ghoul, Kaneki would see her as a cute girl. She was confused to see a.He's a monster[AMV] kaneki x touka
Touka was there and saved Kaneki numerous times in Part 1 when he desperately needed someone the most aside from Hide and the others, while Kaneki also saved her several times.
What I love is the evolution of their feelings and relationship that started out pretty horribly with both seeing each other in a negative light as human living a good peaceful life and ghoul being an evil killing monster. The fact that a human becoming a half ghoul developed to be able to care and fall in love with a full ghoul that hated herself, the world, struggled working and living life as a human and ghoul is really phenomenal narratively speaking.
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That line is so simple, yet for Touka it created a lasting impression since no one in her life really in viewed that kind value upon her, also count in her abandonment issues in always being left alone Hikari, Arata, Ayato, later the Anteiku crew at the end of part 1. Even if she had the Anteiku crew, no one truly gave that emphatic value about her life having importance and worth as a ghoul trying to LIVE in the human world amongst all the killing and violent predicaments of murder in the world, not even her uncle Renji or old man Yoshimura, even though they did look out for her.
Meanwhile for Kaneki he felt like he belonged somewhere, again his most desperate desire. Even with the infamous bridge scene in part 1, Hide entrusted and helped Touka to expose Kaneki. And she did, however she unfortunately fell back on her violent anger issues and communication problems in truly conveying what she felt to Kaneki due to what can be seen as her fury at him being just like Arata and even Ayato to an extent.
Relationship Touka and Kaneki?
Kaneki promised never to leave her, yet he lied and left her to become stronger and shoulder all the burdens of everyone by himself in some tragic hero manner. However, unknown to Touka at that time, that encounter made Kaneki want to go back to Anteiku.
Not for the person he knew the most in terms of time span, but for the beautiful person that created such a huge impression on him at the most vulnerable periods of his life after becoming a half ghoul and not having a true grasp on both worlds and companionship. Is it unrealistic that Touka waited over 3 years for him and still had feelings only for him?
Their first reunion when he returned to the 20th ward concluded in an argument and Touka beating him up. Years later as Sasaki, he visited: He subconsciously remembered her, the taste of her coffee had brought him to tears and he thought she was very beautiful. From then, Sasaki developed an infatuation for Touka — he often thought of her and visited: She noted that at the time, he looked at her with the same gaze he looked at Rize with in the past.
Nonetheless, Touka believed it was best for Sasaki to not remember who he was, but she agreed that if his memories returned, he was welcome in: He originally planned to die at the hands of Arima, however he was brought to tears once again when she told him she would see him later, a cruel act in his mind.
After the Cochlea raid, Kaneki initially reverted back to his post-Aogiri treatment towards her, continuing his distance from her. After a month, they finally conversed in a friendly manner in: After Goat was formed, he repeatedly excluded her from combat and operations of the organization, much to her disappointment and confusion. Following the Clown Siege, during another private talk, she asked about this and his virginity — causing him some obvious nervousness and discomfort.
Together, they discovered their fears of losing the other were mutual.