Rokuhōdō Yotsuiro Biyori

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Rokuhōdō Yotsuiro Biyori
Written byYū Shimizu
Published byShinchosha
MagazineGo Go Bunch
Original runOctober 2013 – present
Anime television series
Directed byTomomi Kamiya
Written byDeko Akao
Original networkAT-X, Tokyo MX, KBS Kyoto
Original run April 10, 2018 June 26, 2018
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Rokuhōdō Yotsuiro Biyori (鹿楓堂よついろ日和) is a Japanese manga series by Yū Shimizu. It has been serialized in Shinchosha's seinen manga magazine Go Go Bunch since October 2013 and has been collected in seven tankōbon volumes. An anime television series adaptation by Zexcs aired from April 10 to June 26, 2018.


Four young men run a tea house/café called Rokuhōdō together. They often help out customers with their worries.


Main characters[edit]

Kyousui "Sui" Tougoku (スイ)
Voiced by: Junichi Suwabe[1]
Shop owner and manager of Rokuhōdō. His first name is actually Kyousui, but he is fondly called Sui by everyone. He quit his office job to reopen the tea house he inherited from his grandfather. He learnt the art of tea making from his grandfather and is now a tea expert. His tea is known to have a relaxing attribute and is easy to drink too. Though he seems pretty clueless at times, he is pretty sharp and level headed at others. Although his tea is excellent, he totally sucks at cooking, and as such, his cooking is feared by everyone. He is a big fan of cats, and has a pet cat named Kinako at home, which was a stray he picked up. He is not really on speaking terms with his twin brother, whom he wants to make up with him.
Tokitaka Nagae (ときたか)
Voiced by: Yuichi Nakamura[1]
The main chef at Rokuhōdō. He was Sui's middle school classmate and a popular potter from a young age. After helping Sui with some tableware, he decides to join Sui in re-opening Rokuhōdō and thus becomes one of the first employees. He has a gentle disposition and gives pottery lessons to the retired elderly, who are also regulars at the cafe. He also makes the café's tableware and decides on the main menu.
Gregorio "Gure" Valentino (ぐれ)
Voiced by: Daisuke Ono[1]
He is the Barista at Rokuhōdō. He grew up and learned his trade in Italy. He was an 'angry young man' as a teenager, but after he was taken in by a Barista there, he learnt the art from him which also changed his character. This is also the reason he has a lever operated espresso machine at Rokuhōdō. He returned to Japan since it was his father's country. Although his coffee is extremely delicious, he is totally clueless about his iffy latte art. He is cheerful and outgoing. He is also a member of the local duck boating club. He often has friendly arguments with Tsubaki.
Tsubaki Nakao (椿)
Voiced by: Daiki Yamashita[1]
Rokuhōdō's Pâtissier. Although a terrific Pâtissier, he is an introvert, and tends to get nervous from people's eyes . Though he is completely at home with the others at Rokuhōdō, he is still shy when he gets complimented. He has an extreme sweet tooth, and goes around to other cafes to have their sweets and restaurants when they have sweets buffets. He is in charge of the sweets menu and also comes up with some original menus. He also guided Isago to enjoy eating sweets at cafes, and is referred to as 'Master' by him. He is usually seen teasing Gure.
Kinako (キナコ)
Voiced by: Kōhei Amasaki[2]
Sui's pet cat, but adored by all the members of Rokuhōdō and the customers of Rokuhōdō too. Kinako has a very calm and quiet personality and is often seen in front of the cafe, sunbathing.

Other characters[edit]

Yakyō Tougoku (東極八京)
Voiced by: Tomoaki Maeno[2]

Sui's older brother; Sui wants to make up with him after not being on speaking terms.

Eisuke Tsunozaki (門崎英介)
Voiced by: Kōsuke Toriumi[2]




An anime television series adaptation was announced in the 19th issue of Shinchosha's Go Go Bunch magazine.[3] The series is directed by Tomomi Kamiya at Zexcs, with scripts written by Deko Akao and character designs by Kei Anjiki, and aired from April 10[4] to June 26, 2018. The opening theme is "Sakurairo Cliché" (桜色クリシェ, Sakurairo Kurishe), performed by former SKE48 member Aki Deguchi.[5]


  1. ^ a b c d "Rokuhōdō Yotsuiro Biyori Anime Reveals Video, Visual, Cast, Staff". Anime News Network. December 8, 2017. Retrieved December 27, 2017.
  2. ^ a b c "Rokuhōdō Yotsuiro Biyori Anime Reveals 2nd Video, Visual, More Cast". Anime News Network. February 20, 2018. Retrieved March 11, 2018.
  3. ^ "Rokuhōdō Yotsuiro Biyori Manga Gets Television Anime". Anime News Network. October 5, 2017. Retrieved December 27, 2017.
  4. ^ "Rokuhōdō Yotsuiro Biyori Anime Premieres on April 10". Anime News Network. March 9, 2018. Retrieved March 11, 2018.
  5. ^ "Aki Performs Opening Theme for Rokuhōdō Yotsuiro Biyori Anime". Anime News Network. February 26, 2018. Retrieved March 11, 2018.

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