The anime adaptation of Kouji Seo’s manga, “The Café Terrace and Its Goddesses” (Megami no Café Terrace), concluded on Saturday, leaving fans thrilled with the news of an upcoming second season slated for next year.
The anime made its debut on April 7, with Crunchyroll streaming the series simultaneously.
Satoshi Kuwabara, known for directing Black Jack and The Quintessential Quintuplets, helmed the first season at Tezuka Productions. Keiichirō Ōchi, the mastermind behind The Demon Girl Next Door and The Quintessential Quintuplets, took charge of the series scripts.
Masatsune Noguchi, recognized for his work on Hakushon Daimaō and My Home Hero, crafted the character designs. Shu Kanematsu and Miki Sakurai, the talented composers behind Castle Town Dandelion and My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!, collaborated to create the captivating music. NeRiAme enchanted viewers with the opening theme song “Unmei Kyōdōtai!” (Common Destiny), while Miki Satō delivered a stunning performance for the ending theme song “Dramatic.”
After the passing of Hayato’s grandmother, he intended to sell her dilapidated seaside café, unaware that it harbored five young women who considered themselves a family! Determined to preserve the café’s legacy, these women’s earnest plea convinces Hayato to take a chance. However, their collective efforts may not suffice in ensuring success.
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Can Hayato find harmony with these spirited ladies? Regardless, he faces an arduous task ahead! Enjoy a delightful new romantic comedy by the esteemed author of Fuuka and Suzuka, Seo (Fuuka, A Town Where You Live, Suzuka), originally serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine starting February 2021.
Source | Comic Natalie