‘Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte kara’ Receives Special 14th Episode

Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte kara is receiving a special 14th episode to the series sometime in the future. This information was confirmed during a talk event at ‘Machi★Asobi vol. 20’. 

Although a short anime, 13 episodes long, five minutes per episode, this fall 2017 anime captured the hearts of many. Coming out in the middle of the week, Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte kara gave us an anime we didn’t know we needed. A relaxing way to get over your working Wednesday by having a drink with you’re favourite alcoholic anime. Despite revolving around drinking, this cutesy anime has a PG-13 rating simply because of its nature. The anime doesn’t show the drastic side of intoxication, but shows the loving side of business women Mizusawa Chisato and her husband Sora.

As stated earlier the anime is only 13 episodes at five minutes an episode. If you need an anime that takes a break from all the serious titles of spring 2017; it should only take just over an hour to binge the whole series. If that isn’t enough to convince you then all the drinks made in the show are shown with the ingredients and process. Bartending has never been easier!

MyAnimeList.net describes the story of Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte kara as follows:

Chisato Mizusawa is a calm and collected assistant office manager who apparently dislikes drinking alcohol. But she actually likes it and has a secret side to her that emerges only when drunk: her cute persona, which she only reveals to her husband, the bartender Sora. Each day when Chisato comes home, Sora takes care of his beloved wife, providing her with a good meal and a fresh drink. These drinks include Plum Splet, Irish Coffee, Orange Breeze, and many more tasty concoctions that she eagerly gulps down. But as much as she likes alcohol, she loves her kindhearted husband more. Together, they share a life that is filled with happiness—and the more-than-occasional cocktail.

– MAL Rewrite

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