With a theatrical release last fall, the OVA for Is the order a rabbit? ~Dear My Sister~ now has its home video release plans scheduled through NBC Universal Japan. The OVA is set for a May 30th, 2018 release where the DVD is priced at 8,800 yen and the Blu-ray at 9,800 yen, both of which are listed as limited editions. It looks like they both come with some additional discs with soundtracks and bonus material to be determined.
The cast includes Ayane Sakura as Cocoa Hoto, Inori Minase as Chino Kafū, Risa Taneda as Rize Tedeza, Satomi Satou as Chiya Ujimatsu, Maaya Uchida as Sharo Kirima, Sora Tokui as Maya Jōga, Rie Murakawa as Megumi “Meg” Natsu, Saori Hayami as Blue Mountain Aoyama, Motomu Kiyokawa as Tippy and Sho Hayami as Takahiro.
The adaptation of the original four-panel manga series by Koi for the first season was produced by White Fox for the spring 2014 season as it dealt with the two volumes of material released at the time as the manga began in 2011. The cast and staff for the second season are the same as the first season with Hiroyuki Hashimoto directing based on scripts and composition by Kazuki Fudeyasu and character designs by Yousuke Okuda, which were produced at White Fox.
Plot concept: Coming to a new town to start high school can be intimidating, and that’s especially true for Cocoa, who can’t find the place she’s supposed to be staying when she arrives. When she stops at a cafe to ask for directions, however, it turns out that she’s already where she needs to be! You see, the Rabbit House is both a restaurant and a boarding house, and Cocoa will be working there along with the owner’s granddaughter, Chino and the strangely military-obsessed Rize. It’s a great place to work, business is hopping, and Cocoa’s fits right in with her new coworkers, as well as the girls from two other rival cafes. Still, there IS something just a little odd about the Rabbit House. Besides the fact that Rize usually carries a Glock and a knife hidden on her, there’s also a mystery involving the shop’s pet rabbit, Tippy. And then there are those girls who sometimes seem to be able to communicate without talking… The answer to these secrets may not always be hare-raising, but they’re bound to keep Cocoa jumping as the fun never stops in IS THE ORDER A RABBIT?
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