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The Café Terrace and Its Goddesses Serves Up Trailer for Season 2

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The second season of The Café Terrace and Its Goddesses (a.k.a. Megami no Café Terrace in Japanese) will be here in July! Ahead of this a brand-new trailer has dropped for fans to check out. It’s about 40 seconds long and contains dialogue, though no subtitles at this point.

The first season debuted in April of last year. It was made at Tezuka Productions, with Satoshi Kuwabara of The Quintessential Quintuplets helming the project as director. The person in charge of series scripts was Keiichirō Ōchi, who has also worked on The Quintessential Quintuplets. The music was composed by Shu Kanematsu and Miki Sakurai, both of whom were also involved with My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! Credit for character design goes to Masatsune Noguchi of Hakushon Daimaō and My Home Hero.

The original opening theme song was titled “Unmei Kyōdōtai!” (translated as “Common Destiny”) and performed by NeRiAme, while the first season’s ending song was called “Dramatic” and performed by Miki Satō. Crunchyroll is streaming the anime in America.

Kodansha USA publishes the original manga by Kouji Seo and gave this description for the plot:

When Hayato’s grandmother passed, he planned to sell her rundown café on the shore—not realizing that it was also home to five young women who call themselves her family?! Their desperation to keep the café open convinces Hayato to give it a shot…but even their best intentions might not be enough to make it work! And can he even work with these five unruly women? No matter what, he’s got his work cut out for him! A fun new romcom by the author of Fuuka and Suzuka!

The manga itself premiered in February 2021, finding a home in Weekly Shonen Magazine from Kodansha.

Are you interested in the second season?

Source: ANN


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