Crunchyroll Presents "Soredemo Machi wa Mawatteiru" Manga Conclusion
Mystery comedy wraps up 11 year run
You might member that over the summer, the cover of manga magazine Young King Ours encoded a message concerning Masakazu Ishiguro's 2005 comedy Soredemo Machi wa Mawatteiru with a beach scene featuring a towel on Sherlock wanna-be, part-time terrible maid cafe waitress and full-time fool Hotori Arashiyama hiding the message "four episodes left until the end." That bittersweet day arrived in the new, December issue of the monthly. And, tonight, it is online at Crunchyroll.
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Maid tearoom (Not Café) “Seaside“ exists in human sentiment overflowing Maruko shopping district, and it is truly ingenious! Hotori Arashiyama is a troublesome high school girl working as Midol(?) at local Maruko shopping district who has admiration for great detectives. Bustling action scenes unveil staged on slightly weird maid tearoom in this common town!
A 2010 anime adaptation was released by Sentai Filmworks under translated title And Yet the Town Moves.
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