Now that Azusa manages to return to her normal self, she has the sudden urge to open a café. I wonder how it will turn out.
Apparently, Azusa with her family is in town. She finds out that there is a festival that is happening in town. Shalsha reveals that it’s Flatta’s dance festival, which started 250 years go. Yes, it’s to help celebrate to the earth god to bring a good harvest next year. It’s obvious that Azusa doesn’t want to stand out. Of course, she realizes how her family grew all the sudden and perhaps she should have a change of pace.
At the restaurant, Azusa realizes that her family has specific skills. Yep, those that can become helpful in running her own restaurant. With that, she decided to open off a coffee shop called “The Witch’s House” on the eve of the festival.
As expected, the café turns out to become very popular. The waitress outfits are cute, especially Laika’s. Of course, Shalsha and Falfa are adorable as always. Also, I find it funny how Halkara pretends that her outfit doesn’t fit.
Not only that, Flatorte becomes jealous how classy Laika is that she tries to carry so many dishes to impress people. She ends up dropping them and Rosalie prevented a disaster. Also, Beelzebub and Pecora helps with the serving while Vania and Fatia helps in the kitchen. While Shalsha became tired, she eventually helped at the cash register.
Before Beelzebub helped, I find it funny how she complained that Azusa didn’t invite her. It’s surprising that there is an outfit for her already. As expected, she looks good, along with Pecora who eventually appears. Yep, she did the maid café thing to make food delicious. Also, it’s nice that Eno and Fightie along with Kuku coming to visit as well.
In the end, the café was a huge success. Apparently, Eno reveals that she made a new fruit juice product. As expected, Pecora is happy that she had a lot of fun that she hugs Azusa hard before she left. Either way, they cleaned up the space before going to sleep. Of course, Azusa remembers what happened until now. Still, she is happy to have a slow life with her family. The next day, she defeats slimes with Laika as they wait for the dance festival. Azusa eventually decides to check it out and try dancing herself.
As expected, Slime Taoshite 300-nen Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max ni Nattemashita is a rather enjoyable isekai slice of life. It’s mostly because of its laid-back feeling. After all, Azusa wants to have a laid-back life after dying from overwork in her previous life.
Of course, the big appeal is of course the various girls Azusa befriends after news broke out that she reaches level 100. While she brutally befriends half of her family members, namely Laika, Beelzebub, Shalsha, Flatorte and Pecora, others she just became close with by chance. Yep, Rosalie, Halkara, and Falfa is what comes to mind. As expected, each have something unique about them. Not only that, most if not all have a liking for Azusa, especially Falfa, Halkara, Laika and to a certain extent, Flatorte.
Overall, Slime Taoshite 300-nen Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max ni Nattemashita is a fun show with a more light-hearted feeling. While there is not as much action compared to other isekai genre shows, I think the characters, the light-hearted feeling and the comedy is the strong point of the show. With that, I won’t mind a sequel if they decide to do one.
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