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* BerserkButton: The staffs are shown to have them.
** Jun really dislikes being called feminine, and would go on a rampage when someone makes remarks about his pretty face.

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* BerserkButton: The staffs are shown to have them.
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** Jun really dislikes being called feminine, and would go on a violent rampage when whenever someone makes remarks about his pretty face.


* {{Bishonen}}: All the five workers can be considered such, particularly Maki, who has long-hair and frequently flaunts his beauty.

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* {{Bishonen}}: All the five workers can be considered such, particularly are young and good-looking. Special mention goes to Maki, who has long-hair and frequently flaunts his beauty.


* BreakingTheFourthWall: In one of the coloured chapters, Minagawa arrived at the store with pink hair. When the other characters question him, he remarks that his hair has been pink for quite some time, but because the manga is usually black-and-white, no-one notices.

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* BreakingTheFourthWall: In one of the coloured chapters, Minagawa arrived arrives at the store with pink hair. When the other characters question him, he remarks that his hair has been pink for quite some time, but because the manga is usually black-and-white, no-one notices.


* SupremeChef: Despite his... quirkiness, Minagawa does his job as a chef very well. Even Taro, who frequently gets weirded out by his weird cooking method, acknowledges that he's really good at what he does.

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* SupremeChef: Despite his... quirkiness, Minagawa does his job as a chef very well. Even Taro, who frequently gets weirded out by his weird unorthodox cooking method, acknowledges that he's really good at what he does.


* DissonantSerenity: Jun never appears fazed by whatever weirdness they experience.

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* DissonantSerenity: Jun never appears seems fazed by whatever weirdness they experience.



** At another time, he saw Minagawa prepare a cake from Bonito. While the others are visibly disturbed by this, Jun calmly took the cake to deliver the order.

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** At another time, occasion, he saw Minagawa prepare a cake from Bonito. While the others are visibly disturbed by this, Jun calmly took the cake to deliver the order.


* AmbiguouslyHuman: Minagawa is described in his official bio as “a questionable human being”.

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* AmbiguouslyHuman: Minagawa is described in his official bio as “a questionable human being”.being” who is responsible for most of the MagicalRealism elements that show up in the story.



* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: The story focuses on the SliceOfLife aspects of the café workers, but Minagawa frequently dabbles with occult or magic, while the other staff occasionally encounters fantastic elements, such as mandrake roots.

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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: MagicRealism: The story focuses on the SliceOfLife aspects of the café workers, but Minagawa frequently dabbles with occult or magic, while the other staff occasionally encounters fantastic elements, such as mandrake roots.


* AdaptedOut: The original drama CD features another waiter of the Cafe named Natsumi Hironobu -- an effiminate ex-mercenary -- but he never made it into the manga.

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* AdaptedOut: The original drama CD features another waiter of the Cafe named Natsumi Hironobu -- an effiminate effeminate ex-mercenary -- but he never made it into the manga.


''Cafe Kichijouji De'' is a SliceOfLife manga that tells us about the daily antics of five {{Bishonen}} waiters who work in the titular café, and their long-suffering manager. The staffs include:

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''Cafe Kichijouji De'' ''Café Kichijōji de'' is a SliceOfLife manga that tells us about depicts the daily antics of five {{Bishonen}} waiters who work in the titular café, and their long-suffering manager. The staffs include:



!!Tropes appearing in Cafe Kichijouji De:

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!!Tropes appearing in Cafe Kichijouji De:
''Café Kichijōji de'':


''Cafe Kichijouji De'' is a SliceOfLife manga that tells us about the daily antics of five {{Bishonen}} waiters who works in the titular café, and their long-suffering manager. The staffs include:

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''Cafe Kichijouji De'' is a SliceOfLife manga that tells us about the daily antics of five {{Bishonen}} waiters who works work in the titular café, and their long-suffering manager. The staffs include:


Cafe Kichijouji De is a SliceOfLife manga that tells us about the daily antics of five {{Bishonen}} waiters who works in the titular café, and their long-suffering manager. The staffs include:

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Cafe ''Cafe Kichijouji De De'' is a SliceOfLife manga that tells us about the daily antics of five {{Bishonen}} waiters who works in the titular café, and their long-suffering manager. The staffs include:

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** Drama CD exclusive character Natsumi Hironobu REALLY hates if someone calls him an “okama” because of his effeminate speech.


The series itself have no particular plot to speak of, and the chapters are mostly divided into individual chapters and a shorter non-canon chapters called Chichai.

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The series itself have no particular plot to speak of, and the chapters are mostly divided into individual chapters and a shorter non-canon chapters called Chichai.only loosely connected to one another.


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* {{Omake}}: The "Chichai" segments are some short (usually a page-long) non-canon stories/gags, drawn in SuperDeformed-style and include even more whimsical and fantastical elements than the main plot.


* OffscreenTeleportation: One of the chapters open with Taro leaving for work while Minagawa was still lounging about in his pyjamas. Taro reprimanded the latter to hurry up and get ready or he'll be late for work, and was shocked when he found Minagawa already in the cafe when he arrived. The chapter ended with Minagawa staying overtime in the workplace, while everyone else went home, but was somehow able to arrive back at the apartment before Maki.

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* OffscreenTeleportation: One of the chapters open opens with Taro leaving for work while Minagawa was is still lounging about in his pyjamas. Taro reprimanded reprimands the latter to hurry up and get ready or he'll be late for work, and was is later shocked when he found finds Minagawa already in arriving at the cafe when he arrived. earlier than him. The chapter ended ends with Minagawa staying overtime in the workplace, while everyone else went goes home, but was he is somehow able to arrive back at the apartment before Maki.


* AdaptedOut: The original drama CD feature another waiter named Natsumi Hironobu -- an effiminate ex-mercenary -- who never made it into the manga.

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* AdaptedOut: The original drama CD feature features another waiter of the Cafe named Natsumi Hironobu -- an effiminate ex-mercenary -- who but he never made it into the manga.


* BreakingTheFourthWall: In one of the coloured chapters, Minagawa arrived at the store with pink

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* BreakingTheFourthWall: In one of the coloured chapters, Minagawa arrived at the store with pink hair. When the other characters question him, he remarks that his hair has been pink for quite some time, but because the manga is usually black-and-white, no-one notices.

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