© Virginia Nitōhei, Natsuya Semikawa, Kururi, Kadokawa March issue Kadokawa
magazine announced Friday that Virginia Nitōhei of () Manga –
Natsuya Semikawa‘s light novel series of the same name – will be discontinued from the next issue of the magazine to allow the author to adjust the serialization schedule. The manga will resume serialization in the magazine’s June issue on May 2.
Nitōhei released a manga designed by Kururi original character at Magazine July 15. Kadokawa published the manga’s
Volume 1 compiled in December.
Udon Entertainment licensed manga and March Published the English version 2014. The company describes the manga:
A Japanese bar called “Nobu” exists in the fictional Medieval Europe Back alley Altriach city. its customers? A pair of lazy soldiers, a pampered heiress, a draconian tax collector… when the citizens of this strange world sit down to enjoy some strange Japanese cuisine, their worries will melt away…
The curtain is about to kick off at this otherworldly restaurant, where culinary fantasies are about to unfold!
Semikawa at 15 has launched an original novel series on the Shōsetsuka ni Narō (Let’s Be Novelists) website. Takarajimasha started printing the story with illustrations Kururi exist2014.
These novels inspired the web anime series 281 – Minute short film premiering in April 2014. Crunchyroll stream with title
Transmission Series*) worldwide (except Asia) with subtitles in English, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, German and Arabic. bilibili broadcast the series live in Asia.
The novel also inspired a – Live-action adaptation of the series, which premiered in May 2018. The second season of the series is titled Season 2: Majo to Daishikyō-hen (The Witch and the Archbishop Chapter) premiered in May 2022. The second season also has a special episode titled “Shinobu to Eva no Himitsu no Gokujō Sweets-hen” (Shinobu and Eva’s Secret Super Sweets-hen), which airs immediately after the first episode of the second season.
The third season of the series is titled Season 3: Kōtei to Oilia no Ōjo-hen (Emperor and Princess Olia) First broadcast in Japan in January 15.
Source: March Issue
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