Kokonotsu Shikada may very well be a part-time worker at his dad's dagashi retailer, nonetheless he has giant targets - he'll write a best-selling manga, and choose his private future! Sadly, between his father's need for an heir and his uncommon buddy Hotaru's obsession with dagashi, Kokonotsu normally ends up sending further time ranting about candy than practising art work. That's okay though, as nothing helps summer season season days transfer by like good mates and good candy. Be a part of Kokonotsu and all of his mates as Dagashi Kashi returns, and the queen of candy Hotaru as quickly as further claims her throne!
Dagashi Kashi's sequel has carried over from the distinctive is the clear sense of affection shared by its characters, and the pure ease with which they work collectively. Regardless of Hotaru's wild ramblings about candy creation, the solid of Dagashi Kashi actually really feel like actual, convincing children and mates, and their idle adventures actually really feel naturally rewarding consequently. My favorite sequences of Dagashi Kashi's first season leaned carefully into its slice of life enchantment, and though neither season possessed a really noteworthy directorial perspective or sense of tonal holism, that sense of “lazy days inside the sticks with mates” nonetheless comes by the use of clearly. It feels naturally soothing to have a look at these silly characters get pleasure from each other's agency.(*2*)(*2*)(*2*)