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Restaurant to Another World
Isekai Shokudou light novel volume 1 cover.jpg
The first light novel volume cover
異世界食堂
(Isekai Shokudō)
Genre
Novel series
Written byJunpei Inuzuka
Published byShōsetsuka ni Narō
Original runJanuary 4, 2013 – present
Light novel
Written byJunpei Inuzuka
Illustrated byKatsumi Enami
Published byShufunotomo
English publisher
ImprintHero Bunko
DemographicMale
Original runFebruary 28, 2015 – present
Volumes6 (List of volumes)
Manga
Written byJunpei Inuzuka
Illustrated byTakaaki Kugatsu
Published bySquare Enix
English publisher
MagazineYoung Gangan
DemographicSeinen
Original runNovember 18, 2016June 25, 2019
Volumes4
Anime television series
Directed byMasato Jinbo
Produced by
Full list
    • Mirai Yamauchi
    • Nobuhiko Kurosu
    • Masao Fukuda (1–12)
    • Takaya Ibira (1–12)
    • Ryouichi Ishibashi (1–12)
    • Hideki Takahara (1–12)
    • Hiroyuki Tanaka (1–12)
    • Takashi Katou (1–12)
    • Aya Iizuka (13–24)
    • Shousei Itou (13–24)
    • Motoo Kawabata (13–24)
    • Souji Miyagi (13-24)
    • Shuuichi Motohashi (13–24)
    • Akihiko Okada (13–24)
    • Aoi Taniguchi (13–24)
    • Kento Yoshida (13–24)
    • Hideki Kama (13–24)
Written byMasato Jinbo
Music byMiho Tsujibayashi
TOMISIRO
StudioSilver Link (1–12)
OLM (13–24)
Licensed by
Original networkTV Tokyo, TV Osaka, AT-X, TXN
English network
Original run July 4, 2017 December 18, 2021
Episodes24 (List of episodes)
Manga
Isekai Shokudō ~Yōshoku no Nekoya~
Written byJunpei Inuzuka
Illustrated byMorozawa Yamizawa
Published byKadokawa Shoten
MagazineMonthly Shōnen Ace
DemographicShōnen
Original runApril 26, 2021 – present
Volumes1

Restaurant to Another World (Japanese: 異世界食堂, Hepburn: Isekai Shokudō) is a Japanese light novel series written by Junpei Inuzuka, with illustrations by Katsumi Enami. Shufunotomo have released five volumes of the series since February 2015. An anime television series adaptation by Silver Link aired from July to September 2017. A second season by OLM aired from October to December 2021.

Plot[edit]

The Western Restaurant Nekoya[Jp. 1] is a restaurant situated in a mundane corner of an undisclosed Tokyo shopping district which offers a lot of Japanese versions of Western dishes. It opens during usual business hours but is closed during holidays and weekends; with its usual clientele being the working class of the city. But secretly it is also open on Saturdays, as on this particular day it creates doorways to another world inhabited by elves, dragons, beastmen and other fantastic creatures, who enter the restaurant and partake of its exotic food, with many of them becoming regular patrons. But while Nekoya mainly offers food, it is also a place where relationships are forged, inspirations made, and salvation for the needy is provided.

Media[edit]

Light novel[edit]

The web novel was initially serialized by Junpei Inuzuka on the user-generated content site Shōsetsuka ni Narō from January 4, 2013, onwards.[5] Following the web novel's publication, Shufunotomo acquired the series for print publication. The first light novel volume, with illustrations by Katsumi Enami, was published on February 28, 2015, under their Hero Bunko imprint.[6] As of October 2021, six volumes have been published.[7] Seven Seas Entertainment has licensed the novel.[8]

Volume list[edit]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 February 28, 2015[6]978-4-07-411329-3June 18, 2019[9]978-1-642753-27-1
2 July 29, 2015[10]978-4-07-402158-1September 17, 2019[9]978-1-642756-84-5
3 September 30, 2016[11][12]978-4-07-420009-2December 17, 2019[9]978-1-642757-38-5
4 June 30, 2017[13]978-4-07-426242-7December 29, 2020[9]978-1-64505-213-5
5 March 30, 2019[14]978-4-07-437234-8January 26, 2021[9]978-1-64505-724-6
6 October 29, 2021[7]978-4-07-449740-9January 17, 2023[9]978-1-64505-724-6

Manga[edit]

A manga adaptation illustrated by Takaaki Kugatsu launched in Square Enix's Young Gangan magazine in November 2016 and ended in June 2019. The manga shares the same first chapter about menchikatsu as the original web novel, but the second chapter is different.[11] Crunchyroll published the manga digitally in English beginning on July 2, 2017.[15] The manga is also licensed by Yen Press.[16]

A second manga adaptation by Morozawa Yamizawa titled Isekai Shokudō ~Yōshoku no Nekoya~ (異世界食堂 ~洋食のねこや~, "Restaurant to Another World: Western Cuisine Nekoya") began serialization in Kadokawa Shoten's Monthly Shōnen Ace magazine on April 26, 2021.[17][18]

Volume list[edit]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 June 24, 2017[19]978-4-7575-5391-0June 23, 2020[20]978-1-9753-0903-9
2 September 25, 2017[21]978-4-7575-5485-6October 27, 2020[22]978-1-9753-0903-9
3 July 25, 2018[23]978-4-7575-5765-9December 1, 2020[24]978-1-9753-0909-1
4 June 25, 2019[25]978-4-7575-6081-9February 23, 2021[26]978-1-9753-0912-1

Anime[edit]

The author reported in a September 7, 2016, blog entry on the Shōsetsuka ni Narō website that an anime adaptation project of the light novel series was in the works,[11] later revealed to be an anime television series.[27] The series aired from July 4 to September 19, 2017, on TV Tokyo, and was streamed with subtitles by Crunchyroll[28] and with an English dub by Funimation.[29] Masato Jinbo directed the series and supervised scripts at Silver Link, with Takao Sano and Keiichi Sano adapted the original character designs for animation.[30][31] The opening theme is "One in a Billion" by Wake Up, May'n, while the ending theme is "Chiisana Hitotsubu" (ちいさなひとつぶ, "A Small Grain") by Kiyono Yasuno.[32]

On April 22, 2021, it was announced on the cover of the Monthly Shōnen Ace magazine's June 2021 issue that a second season had been greenlit for production.[18] OLM will animate the second season, and Yasukazu Shoji will replace Keiichi Sano and Takao Sano as the character designer. The rest of the staff and cast members are returning to reprise their roles.[33] The second season aired from October 2 to December 18, 2021.[34][35] The opening theme is "Onnaji Kimochi" by Kiyono Yasuno, while the ending theme is "Samenai Mahō" by Nao Tōyama.[36][37]

Episode list[edit]

Restaurant to Another World[edit]
No.
overall
No. in
season
Title [38][39]Directed by [38]Written by [38]Storyboarded by [38]Original air date [40]
11"Beef Stew"
Transcription: "Bīfu Shichū" (Japanese: ビーフシチュー)
"Breakfast Special"
Transcription: "Mōningu" (Japanese: モーニング)
Yūta TakamuraMasato JinboHiroyuki ShimazuJuly 4, 2017 (2017-07-04)
A Japanese chef runs the Nekoya, a Western-style restaurant that connects to another world one day every week, bringing around all kinds of customers ranging from wizards and warriors to beastmen and dragons. One morning, the owner discovers a homeless demon girl named Aletta had wandered into his restaurant after coming across one of the Nekoya's interdimensional doors. She explains that she had come to the royal capital to make a living as a human, but lost her job after she was discovered to be a demon. After treating her to a staff breakfast, the owner offers Aletta a once-a-week part-time job as a waitress in the Nekoya. Learning about the new addition to the Nekoya's staff, "Red Queen", a dragon lord and regular patron who considers the restaurant and staff part of her personal treasure, casts a spell to protect Aletta.
22"Minced Meat Cutlet"
Transcription: "Menchi Katsu" (Japanese: メンチカツ)
"Fried Shrimp"
Transcription: "Ebi Furai" (Japanese: エビフライ)
Jun'ya KoshibaMasato JinboKatsuyuki KoderaJuly 11, 2017 (2017-07-11)
Following the diary entries of her late great grandfather William, treasure hunter Sarah Gold goes searching in an abandoned mine for clues on "The Day of Satur" and discovers a door to the Nekoya. Sarah tries out the daily special, minced meat cutlet, finding it exquisite. In another part of the other world, Tatsugorou visits a knight named Heinrich Seeleman to deliver a sword he had left behind three years ago, when Heinrich first discovered the Nekoya. Having gone through the desert for a day without food, Heinrich was awed by the restaurant's fried shrimp and gave the owner his sword as a collateral for the meal's payment. The energy from the food allowed Heinrich to warn his nation about the need for reinforcement in a territory being attacked by Mothmen, but he was unable to find the Nekoya afterwards. Happy to learn from Tatsugorou that his encounter wasn't a dream, Heinrich once again returns to the Nekoya for another helping of fried shrimp.
33"Spaghetti with Meat Sauce"
Transcription: "Mīto Sōsu" (Japanese: ミートソース)
"Chocolate Parfait"
Transcription: "Chokorēto Pafe" (Japanese: チョコレートパフェ)
Shirō IzumiMasato JinboHiroyuki ShimazuJuly 18, 2017 (2017-07-18)
Thomas Alfade, who has founded a successful pasta company in his world, takes his grandson and successor Sirius with him to the Nekoya to do some business. Upon trying the restaurant's spaghetti with meat sauce, Sirius learns that all the pasta and sauces that have made the Alfade company famous are actually mere imitations of the Nekoya's menu. Later, Adelheid, a sickly princess who once went to the Nekoya with her late grandfather Wilheim, once again discovers the door to the Nekoya. There, she tries the "clouds" she had tried as a child (a chocolate parfait), filling her with memories of her grandfather.
44"Omelette Rice"
Transcription: "Omuraisu" (Japanese: オムライス)
"Tofu Steak"
Transcription: "Tōfu Sutēki" (Japanese: トーフステーキ)
Jun FukutaMasato JinboTakashi WatanabeJuly 25, 2017 (2017-07-25)
Gaganpo, a lizardman of the Blue Tail Tribe, is the chosen hero sent by his tribe to pick up takeaway orders of the Nekoya's omurice, while also enjoying a few dishes for himself. Later, an elf named Fardania, while searching for something delicious for her late mother's anniversary, comes across the Nekoya's door. As Fardania finds nothing on the menu that is suitable for her vegan diet, the owner makes her a tofu steak that is free of any meat or dairy while still remaining very delicious. Wowed by the food, Fardania becomes determined to make even better cuisine than the owner.
55"Pork Cutlet Rice Bowl"
Transcription: "Katsudon" (Japanese: カツ丼)
"Pudding a la Mode"
Transcription: "Purin a ra Mōdo" (Japanese: プリンアラモード)
Michael TanakaMasato JinboMasayoshi NishidaAugust 1, 2017 (2017-08-01)
The owner tells the story of Lionel, a lion man who was captured by Alexander the half-elf and forced to become a slave in a gladiator arena. One day, the Nekoya's door appeared in Lionel's cell and he met the owner's grandfather, who served him katsudon despite not having any money. Given strength by the katsudon, Lionel became renewed with vigor to fight in the arena in order to earn money to pay off his tab. Later, it is revealed the desserts menu for the Nekoya was written by a half-elf princess named Victoria, who comes to the restaurant for some pudding a la mode.
66"Sandwiches"
Transcription: "Sandoitchi" (Japanese: サンドイッチ)
"Steamed Potato With Butter"
Transcription: "Jaga Batā" (Japanese: じゃがバター)
Yūshi IbeMasato JinboTakashi WatanabeAugust 8, 2017 (2017-08-08)
Noticing that Aletta is not too fond of potatoes, as she only really eats them to survive during the week, the owner offers to teach her a good way of preparing them. Meanwhile, Sarah and Heinrich get into an argument about which of their favorite dishes tastes better as a sandwich, which the other customers soon get involved in and escalates into each one of them getting a sandwich of their contradictor's favorite dish. After a busy day of dealing with rush orders of sandwiches, the owner shows Aletta how to make steamed potatoes topped with butter, quickly turning potatoes into her favorite food.
77"Curry Rice"
Transcription: "Karē Raisu" (Japanese: カレーライス)
"Chicken Curry"
Transcription: "Chikin Karē" (Japanese: チキンカレー)
Yūta TakamuraMasato JinboYūichi NiheiAugust 15, 2017 (2017-08-15)
Alphonse Flügel, an admiral of the Duchy of Samanark, became a regular of the Nekoya while shipwrecked on a remote island for twenty years. Three months after he is rescued, Alphonse manages to find another door to the Nekoya and once again gets to savour his favorite dish, curry rice. Meanwhile, "Kuro", the black dragon of death who had banished herself to the moon to avoid inadvertently killing innocent lives, discovers a door to the Nekoya just as Alphonse is asked to sample the owner's newest dish, chicken curry. As "Kuro" becomes addicted to the chicken curry and orders excessive quantities of it, "Red Queen" informs her that she needs money to pay for food. Thus, "Red Queen" asks the owner to hire "Kuro" as an additional waitress to pay off her accumulated bill.
88"Hamburg Steak"
Transcription: "Hanbāgu" (Japanese: ハンバーグ)
"Assorted Cookies"
Transcription: "Kukkī Asōto" (Japanese: クッキーアソート)
Hidehiko KadotaMasato JinboKatsuyuki KoderaAugust 22, 2017 (2017-08-22)
A young fisherman named Roukei is rescued by the mermaid Arte, and as repayment for his life Arte asks him to take her out to the Nekoya, where they both come to enjoy the restaurant's Hamburg steaks and each other's company. In the meantime, Aletta finds an additional steady job as a housekeeper at Sarah Gold's residence, where she meets Sarah's younger sister Shia when the latter drops by to look after Sarah. After sampling some exquisite cookies the Master has given Aletta as a present, Shia becomes so enarmored with them that she asks Aletta to bring her more whenever she can.
99"Fried Seafood"
Transcription: "Shīfūdo Furai" (Japanese: シーフードフライ)
"Melon Soda Float"
Transcription: "Kurīmu Sōda" (Japanese: クリームソーダ)
Shirō IzumiMasato JinboHiroyuki ShimazuAugust 29, 2017 (2017-08-29)
A dwarf named Guilhem takes his skeptical friend Gard to visit the Nekoya for the first time, in order to enjoy several large portions of seafood (an exotic delicacy for mountain-dwellers like them) and alcoholic beverages together. This inspires them to establish a way station for travellers, in which they reside in order to visit the restaurant regularly. The second part of the episode introduces two more Nekoya regulars from the Western Continent's Land of Sand, Prince Shareef and his half-sister Renner. Shareef's primary reason for visiting the restaurant is because he has fallen in love with Adelheid, but is too shy to properly confess his feelings to her.
1010"Crêpes"
Transcription: "Kurēpu" (Japanese: クレープ)
"Natto Spaghetti"
Transcription: "Nattō Supa" (Japanese: 納豆スパ)
Jun'ya KoshibaMasato JinboMasayoshi NishidaSeptember 5, 2017 (2017-09-05)
One day, the Nekoya's inter-dimensional door appears in the Land of Flowers, a domain inhabited by fairies. Eager to find out what lies beyond, fairy queen Tiana Silvario and a group of her subjects enter the restaurant, where Princess Victoria introduces them to its mixed fruit crêpes; this results in the fairies becoming quite ecstatic about the Nekoya fruit desserts. In the meantime, Fardania seeks out Christian, a friend of her father's, who reveals to her that he has taken an interest in blending human food production into the Elven way of life after his own visit to the Nekoya ten years ago. They visit the restaurant together, where Christian treats Fardania to a helping of natto spaghetti and Fardania invents a new combination of nattō and rice. After learning that rice also exists on the Western Continent, Fardania decides to embark on a journey in order to expand her culinary horizons.
1111"Carpaccio"
Transcription: "Karupatcho" (Japanese: カルパッチョ)
"Curry Bun"
Transcription: "Karē Pan" (Japanese: カレーパン)
Masato JinboMasato JinboTakashi WatanabeSeptember 12, 2017 (2017-09-12)
An adolescent Siren, Iris, drags her friend Arius into a daredevil adventure on the very island where Alphonse Flügel was stranded until recently. Following a note Alphonse left behind, they come across the Nekoya door and enter the restaurant, and since they can only eat raw fish, the Master serves them fish carpaccio. Later, the Master prepares a helping of extra curry buns he has received from an acquaintance, which he shares with "Kuro" and Aletta. During the course of the meal, "Kuro" reflects on her usually lonely life and how much it was changed by her work at the Nekoya, and begins to open up to her co-workers by conversing with them verbally.
1212"Pork Soup"
Transcription: "Tonjiru" (Japanese: とん汁)
"Croquettes"
Transcription: "Korokke" (Japanese: コロッケ)
Yūta TakamuraMasato JinboYūichi NiheiSeptember 19, 2017 (2017-09-19)

For the occasion of Meat Day (二九の日, niku no hi),[41] the Master serves free pork soup with the regular meals, which quickly gains the praise of the guests. At the same time, Alexander the half-elf visits his old friend, the sage Altorius, because he has decided to pay the Nekoya a visit to try out the croquettes which his late son, Emperor Wilhelm, enjoyed so much. He learns to his surprise that Yomi, his lost comrade-in-arms, was not killed in their battle against the demon god, but wound up on Earth and that the current Master is her grandson. Moved by the sentiment of this, he pays a visit to his family's graves and is greeted by his great-granddaughter, Princess Adelheid, who is also visiting her family's graves.

In an after-credit scene, the Nekoya door appears anew in a lush grass field, waiting for the next guest to step through.
Restaurant to Another World 2[edit]
No.
overall
No. in
season
Title [42]Directed by [a]Written by [a]Storyboarded by [a]Original air date [43]
131"Cheesecake"
Transcription: "Chīzukēki" (Japanese: チーズケーキ)
"Breakfast Again"
Transcription: "Mōningu Futatabi" (Japanese: モーニング再び)
Norio NittaMasato JinboNorio NittaOctober 2, 2021 (2021-10-02)[b]
While eliminating a band of goblins, demon bounty hunter Hilda chances upon a Nekoya door and thus becomes one of the restaurant's regulars for its soufflé cheesecake. After the day's work is finished, the Master gives Aletta a portion of corn potage and mince meat cutlet sandwich before she returns home to Sarah Gold's house, enabling Aletta and Sarah to share a hearty breakfast together.
142"Beefsteak"
Transcription: "Bifuteki" (Japanese: ビフテキ)
"Cream Puff"
Transcription: "Shū Kurīmu" (Japanese: シュークリーム)
Mayu NumayamaMasato JinboJōji ShimuraOctober 9, 2021 (2021-10-09)
On the run from her father's wrath, Juliette, a recently created vampire, and her undead love Romero flee into a cave, where a Nekoya door grants them a temporary refuge and the opportunity to taste beefsteak of a quality they have never encountered before. After another visit to the Nekoya, Adelheid invites her personal servant Hannah to a treat of cream puffs and coffee she has received there.
153"Hamburger"
Transcription: "Hanbāgā" (Japanese: ハンバーガー)
"Beef Tendon Curry"
Transcription: "Gyū Suji Karē" (Japanese: ギュウスジカレー)
Ken'ichi NishidaMasato JinboKen'ichi NishidaOctober 16, 2021 (2021-10-16)
Jack, Kento and Terry, three juvenile boys and best friends from a town in the Empire, regularly visit the Nekoya through their personal secret entrance to partake in its hamburger menu; the restaurant's extremely diverse clientele inspires them to become adventurers and explore the world once they come of age. After the rest of the day's customers are gone, Alphonse Flügel encourages Aletta and Kuro to participate in a trial of the Master's latest curry dish variants.
164"Children's Lunch"
Transcription: "Okosama Ranchi" (Japanese: お子様ランチ)
"Cream Croquette"
Transcription: "Kurīmu Korokke" (Japanese: クリームコロッケ)
Takahiro HirataMasato JinboMayu Hirotomi
Takahiro Hirata
October 23, 2021 (2021-10-23)
Despite their mother's warnings, Alfred and Margarete, the Prince and Princess of the Samanark Duchy, sneak into the tower abode of the castle's dreaded witch, only to discover that it is their aunt Victoria, who invites them to the Nekoya for lunch. After making a major sale with their special dish, the wandering halfling cooks Pikke and Pakke make their way to a Nekoya door, the source of their success, and enjoy a serving of cream croquette.
175"Scotch Egg"
Transcription: "Sukotchi Eggu" (Japanese: スコッチエッグ)
"Mont Blanc"
Transcription: "Mon Buran" (Japanese: モンブラン)
Sayaka YamaiMasato JinboNorio NittaOctober 30, 2021 (2021-10-30)
Emilio, a young man who has suffered harassment all his life due to his unusually feminine appearance, leaves his home village to make himself more masculine, but instead is taken in by Lucia, a lamia priestess, and invited to a meal of Scotch eggs at Nekoya. Later on, the Master and his friend, the owner of the Flying Puppy confectionery, discuss the "replacement" for a past regular: Thomas the Searcher, a Demon Kingdom adventurer and tracker, who was hired by a noblewoman to find out where her old head maid, who recently passed away, has had access to the mysterious "Mont Blanc" dessert she'd occasionally serve, and thus found his way into the Nekoya.
186"Rice Burger"
Transcription: "Raisu Bāgā" (Japanese: ライスバーガー)
"Pizza"
Transcription: "Piza" (Japanese: ピザ)
Hideki TakedaMasato JinboSayaka YamaiNovember 6, 2021 (2021-11-06)
During her culinary training journey, Fardania encounters and takes in Alice, a young full-blood elf changeling born to two half-elves who was abandoned in the woods after her parents had died. The next morning, a Nekoya door opens at their campsite, and since it is still early, the Master improvises a meal of rice burger for his two elven guests. Thinking of ways to expand his company's variety of dishes, Sirius Alfade lets his personal chef, Johnathan Winsberg, in on the Nekoya's secret, and they find their inspiration in the pizza dish they are being served.
197"Okonomiyaki"
Transcription: "Okonomiyaki" (Japanese: お好み焼き)
"Green Tea Shaved Ice"
Transcription: "Uji Kintoki" (Japanese: 宇治金時)
Mayu NumayamaMasato JinboTomoko AkiyamaNovember 13, 2021 (2021-11-13)
The first part of this episode highlights the antics of Soemon, a samurai, and Doshun, a diviner, both inhabitants from two rivalling Western Continent nations. While the two start hurling insults as soon as they see each other, their interaction undergoes a drastic change once they are served their mutually beloved dish, okonomiyaki. Afterwards, a young elf magician named Ilzegant, who has been living an isolated existence on his late parents' sky island refuge, finds a Nekoya door and is served a shaved ice special, inspiring him to try and replicate the recipe.
208"Roast Beef"
Transcription: "Rōsuto Bīfu" (Japanese: ローストビーフ)
"Cheesecake Again"
Transcription: "Chīzukēki Futatabi" (Japanese: チーズケーキ再び)
Ken'ichi NishidaMasato JinboKen'ichi NishidaNovember 20, 2021 (2021-11-20)
Rorona, a disciple of the "Lord of Black" ("Kuro") recently converted to vampirism, comes upon a Nekoya door while testing her new abilities and befriends fellow vampires Romero and Julietta over a meal of roast beef. At a later occasion, Hilda is followed to a Nekoya door by her demon colleagues "Fembear" Alicia and "Poison Viper" Ranija, where they begin to bond over their mutual interest in cheesecake.
219"Macaroni Gratin"
Transcription: "Makaroni Guratan" (Japanese: マカロニグラタン)
"Fruit Jelly"
Transcription: "Furūtsu Zerī" (Japanese: フルーツゼリー)
Akihiko ŌtaMasato JinboMasakatsu IijimaNovember 27, 2021 (2021-11-27)
Myra, the daughter of a baker whom Pikke and Pakke sold the recipe for knight stew to, is taken to Nekoya by her boyfriend Johan after he discovered the door the two halflings had used on their last visit. While visiting a port town in the Grand Duchy, Fardania and Alice meet Camilla, a mermaid priestess and Nekoya regular who imported her favorite treat from the restaurant - fruit jelly - to this world.
2210"Teriyaki Burger"
Transcription: "Teriyaki Bāgā" (Japanese: テリヤキバーガー)
"Chocolate Parfait Again"
Transcription: "Chokorēto Pafe Futatabi" (Japanese: チョコレートパフェ再び)
Hideaki ŌbaMasato JinboHideaki ŌbaDecember 4, 2021 (2021-12-04)
Jack, Kento and Terry - now novice adventurers - are saved from a tight spot by fellow Nekoya regular Tatsugoro, who invites them to the restaurant for a new dish the Master has put on the menu: Teriyaki burger. Later on, Queen Lastina, the sovereign of the Demon Kingdom, mulls over her fate as a vassal lord of the Great Empire and her distinct lack of demonic blessings. When she retires to her chambers, she is surprised to find a Nekoya door there, and upon entering the restaurant, she meets with her acquaintance Princess Adelheid, who rekindles her confidence over a shared serving of chocolate parfait.
2311"Quiche"
Transcription: "Kisshu" (Japanese: キッシュ)
"Coffee Float"
Transcription: "Kōhī Furōto" (Japanese: コーヒーフロート)
Sayaka YamaiMasato JinboNorio NittaDecember 11, 2021 (2021-12-11)
Puzzled as to why Prince Shareef is seeking an alliance with the Great Empire, Emperor Wolfgang travels to the Land of Sand. Afraid that this might lead to another war with the Empire, Edmon, the Demon Kingdom's spy master, visits the Nekoya through his personal door to find out more details. All is eventually revealed when Shareef, Renna and Adelheid unite in the restaurant; in front of all assembled guests, Shareef proposes to Adelheid, and she accepts, causing the patrons to celebrate and Edmon to deliver a favorable report to his superiors.
2412"Pork Loin Cutlet"
Transcription: "Rōsu Katsu" (Japanese: ロースカツ)
"Buffet"
Transcription: "Byuffe" (Japanese: ビュッフェ)
Takahiro HirataMasato JinboMasato JinboDecember 18, 2021 (2021-12-18)[c]
The Nekoya staff are preparing for a celebration for Adelheid and Shareef's wedding when Yomi, a heroine of the Other World and the Master's grandmother, drops by to visit for the first time since her husband's death. Meeting her old friend Altorius, the day's first customer, the two start catching up, with Yomi reminiscing how she encountered Daiki and became his wife and co-owner of the restaurant. After enjoying a meal of pork loin cutlet, she acknowledges her grandson's culinary skill and entrusts him with the magical door's master key. Later on, the guests from the Other World assemble for the after-wedding party.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 洋食のねこや, Yōshoku no Nekoya
  1. ^ a b c Information is taken from the ending credits of each episode.
  2. ^ This episode aired at 1:38 a.m. JST, 15 minutes after the original air time on TV Tokyo.
  3. ^ This episode aired at 2:03 a.m. JST, 40 minutes after the original air time on TV Tokyo.

References[edit]

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