It was reported that the opening sequence of the anime adaptation of the manga Mixture S. has exceeded six million views on YouTube, particularly in the version uploaded to the distribution platform's official YouTube channel Crunchyroll. The video shows the song “Bon Appétit ♡ S (ぼ な ぺ て ぃ ー と) S)” performed by the music unit Mixture A. ((Azumi Waki, Akari Kito, Anzu Haruno).

On the other hand, Blend S is a manga written and illustrated by Miyuki Nakayamawhich is published by the magazine Manga time Kirara Karat from the publisher Houbunsha since October 2013. The publisher published the fifth compilation volume in January 2019, followed by the sixth in March 2020.

The piece inspired a twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by the studios. A-1 pictures, Headed by Ryouji Masuyama and scripts from Gou Zappa, released October 2017. So far there have been no announcements of the production of a second season and the distribution rights are in the hands of Aniplex of America.

Blend S Synopsis

16-year-old Maika Sakuranomiya wants to be independent and is urgently looking for a part-time job so that she can afford to study abroad. Unfortunately, her requests are constantly being denied due to the threatening look she inadvertently gives every time she smiles, despite her cheerful mood.

After another failed interview, he comes across Café Stile, a café where waiters interact with customers while playing distinctive personalities. The Italian branch manager Dino falls in love with Maika's cuteness at first sight and offers her a job as a waitress with a sadistic character. Along with his inherent clumsiness, he manages to serve a few masochistic clients according to his ruthless new personality. Alongside Kaho Hinata as Tsundere and Mafuyu Hoshikawa as the younger sister, Maika decides to make the most of her unique quirk and cemented her position in the cafe with ruthless cruelty.

Source: Official YouTube channel

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