The much-anticipated second season of Megami no Café Terrace is set to premiere on July 4th in Japan. A new promotional video has been released, igniting excitement among fans. This season promises fresh faces and familiar voices, ensuring a delightful continuation of the beloved story.

New Voice Cast Members

Five new voice actors have joined the cast, bringing their unique talents to the series:

  • Rie Takahashi as Mao Takasaki
  • Ayana Taketatsu as Ririka Chiyoda
  • Queen Ueda as Moemi Souya
  • Kana Hanazawa as Hekiru Yoshino
  • Yuu Serizawa as Valentina Azuma

Returning Voice Cast

Fans will be pleased to hear the return of the original voice cast:

  • Masaaki Mizunaka as Hayato Kusakabe
  • Azumi Waki as Shiragiku Ono
  • Aya Yamane as Riho Tsukishima
  • Sayumi Suzuhiro as Ami Tsuruga
  • Asami Seto as Akane Hooji
  • Ruriko Aoki as Oka Mazukawa

Production Team

The talented production team behind this season includes:

  • Director: Satoshi Kuwahara
  • Scriptwriter and Supervisor: Keiichirou Oochi
  • Character Design and Animation Direction: Masatsune Noguchi
  • Soundtrack Composer: Miki Sakurai

Synopsis of "Megami no Café Terrace"

After the death of his grandmother Sachiko, Hayato Kasukabe returns from Tokyo to inherit the Family Café Terrace. Initially, his plan is to demolish the café and turn it into a parking lot. However, he discovers that his grandmother had taken in five girls who refuse to leave the place they now call home.

The girls—Ouka Makuzawa, Akane Hououji, Riho Tsukishima, Shiragiku Ono, and Ami Tsuruga—shared a profound bond with Sachiko. Despite his initial reluctance, Hayato is convinced to preserve the café and continue his grandmother's legacy. Through this journey, he rekindles his love for coffee and cherishes his past with Sachiko.

Don’t miss the premiere on July 4th and join the journey of Megami no Café Terrace. Share this news with your friends and relive the magic of this enchanting series together!

Source: Comic Natalie


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