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Yen Press releasing 'Restaurant From Another World' out June 23
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Yen Press releasing ‘Restaurant From Another World’ out June 23

Restaurant From Another World is based on the popular light novel of the same name.

Yen Press is set to release Restaurant From Another World next week on June 23rd. The manga is based on the popular light novel and is sure to increase appetites as well as entertainment. Written by Junpei Inuzuka and artwork by Katsumi Enami, the series also has an anime series currently available for streaming on Crunchyroll and Funimation.

So what’s it about?

Restaurant From Another World

Restaurant From Another World Summary:

By all appearances, Western Restaurant Nekoya is a normal restaurant serving normal people-but unbeknownst to the regulars, it also attracts an alternative clientele. Every Saturday, all manner of fantastical beings come to dine, and what is familiar fare to humans can be downright exotic for visitors from beyond. To these customers, Nekoya is known by a different name: Restaurant to Another World.

You can preorder Restaurant From Another World right now.

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