The Café Terrace and Its Goddesses Season 2 Gets Its Teaser Trailer and Visual, Starts in July

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The Café Terrace and Its Goddesses will return this July. The second season of the Spring 2023 anime has also received a teaser trailer and visual.

As before, the series is directed by Satoshi Kuwabara (The Quintessential Quintuplets Season 1, Adachi and Shimamura) at Tezuka Productions with Keiichirou Oochi (The Quintessential Quintuplets) as series composer, Masatsune Noguchi (The Genie Family 2020 original character designer) as character designer, and Shuu Kanematsu (Dynamic Chord) and Miki Sakurai (Machikado Mazoku) as music composers.

The Café Terrace and Its Goddesses is based on the manga by Kouji Seo (A Town Where You Live, Fuuka), which began in 2021 and has 13 tankoubon volumes as of December 2023. The manga is serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine and published under the Kodansha Comics label.

Kodansha USA describes the manga as: 

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!

Crunchyroll streams the first season of the anime.

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Cast

Masaaki Mizunaka as Hayato Kasukabe
Aya Yamane as Riho Tsukishima
Azumi Waki as Shiragiku Ono
Sayumi Suzushiro as Ami Tsuruga
Ruriko Aoki as Ouka Makuzawa


Source: @goddess_cafe_PR

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