The Savior's Book Cafe Story in Another World Manga Enters Last Arc
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The official Twitter account for Shogakukan's Manga ONE app revealed on Monday that Kyōka Izumi, Ōmiya, and Reiko Sakurada's The Savior's Book Café Story in Another World (Isekai ni Kyūseishu to Shite Yobaremashita ga, Arasa ni wa Muri Nanode, Hissori Book Cafe Hajimemashita.) manga has entered its final arc with the 21st chapter on Tuesday.
Seven Seas Entertainment has licensed the manga, and it describes the story:
When a “god” tells Tsukina that she is to be transported to another world to become its savior, Tsukina isn't interested. As a bookish thirty-something, she has zero desire to go on some big adventure…so when she arrives in the strange new land, she decides to use her magical powers to create a cozy little book café instead. But when a fellow “savior” starts causing trouble, Tsukina might just have to play the hero, after all!
Izumi, Ōmiya, and Sakurada launched the manga on Shogakukan's Ura Sunday website and Manga ONE app in July 2019. Izumi writes the story, while Sakurada draws the art. Ōmiya is credited for coordination. Shogakukan published the manga's third compiled book volume on May 19, and will publish the fourth volume on November 11. Izumi and Sakurada launched a separate light novel series for the story under Kadokawa's Beans Bunko label with the first volume in June 2020, and the second volume on May 1. Seven Seas Entertainment will release the first volume of the manga in November.
Source: Manga ONE app's Twitter account