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* {{Bowdlerise}}: The non-eroge version of ''Vol. 1'', which was released on the Nintendo Switch with an M rating from the ESRB for "Sexual Themes", wasn't enough for Sony. Their version is rated ''E'', the biggest jump down in ratings between consoles in history. The CensorSteam was increased and the breast jiggle feature was removed among other changes.

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* {{Bowdlerise}}: The non-eroge version of ''Vol. 1'', which was released on the Nintendo Switch with an M rating from the ESRB for "Sexual Themes", wasn't enough for Sony. Their version is was originally rated ''E'', the biggest jump down in ratings between consoles in history. [[note]]This turned out to be an ESRB error, but those who noticed the added censorship in the Sony version wouldn't be surprised by such a rating drop.[[/note]] The CensorSteam was increased and the breast jiggle feature was removed among other changes.

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* SayingSoundEffectsOutLoud: For whatever reason, this series loves to have its characters speak sound effects (and {{Unsound Effect}}s, this being Japanese and all). Frequent examples being "gorogorogoro" (purring) and "nadenade" (petting). The latter is used both in sentences ''and'' as an UnsoundEffect, as are some others.


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* UnsoundEffect: See example for SayingSoundEffectsOutLoud.

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* PottyDance: Episode 1 has Cinnamon doing this while waiting for Maple to get out of the bathroom.


In a world where people often adopt cat girls as pets, Kashou Minaduki tried his best to get away from his at first, along with the rest of his family. Fed up with their demands, he decides to open his own bakery. However, Chocola and Vanilla, his sister's "pets" of sorts, sneak away in his luggage and ''beg'' to stay with him, thwarting any plans he had for a peaceful life.

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In a world where people often adopt cat girls {{cat girl}}s as pets, Kashou Minaduki tried his best to get away from his at first, along with the rest of his family. Fed up with their demands, he decides to open his own bakery. However, Chocola and Vanilla, his sister's "pets" of sorts, sneak away in his luggage and ''beg'' to stay with him, thwarting any plans he had for a peaceful life.


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A [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhnETSN6U_E music video]] that was uploaded on 13 Febuary 2018 revealed that KOTOKO has been roped in to making music for future content.

A spinoff TV series was teased in mid-2019, with the first episode [[http://www.anime-expo.org/2019/05/24/sayori-illustratorcreator-nekopara-series-joins-ax-2019/ premiering]] on July 6 at Anime Expo. The complete series aired starting in January 2020.

A mobile game titled ''Nekoparaiten''[[note]]"Raiten" means the act of visiting a shop[[/note]] is being developed by Yostar.

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A [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhnETSN6U_E music video]] that was uploaded on 13 Febuary 2018 revealed that KOTOKO has been roped in to making music for future content.

content. A spinoff spin-off TV series was teased in mid-2019, with the first episode [[http://www.anime-expo.org/2019/05/24/sayori-illustratorcreator-nekopara-series-joins-ax-2019/ premiering]] on July 6 at Anime Expo. The complete series aired starting in January 2020.

2020. A mobile game titled ''Nekoparaiten''[[note]]"Raiten" means the act of visiting a shop[[/note]] is being developed by Yostar.






* BleachedUnderpants: The anime and OVA place more focus on the interactions between the catgirls and downplay romantic or sexual relations with Kashou from the visual novels.

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* BleachedUnderpants: The OVA and anime and OVA place more focus on the interactions between the catgirls and downplay romantic or sexual relations with Kashou from the visual novels.

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* BleachedUnderpants: The anime and OVA place more focus on the interactions between the catgirls and downplay romantic or sexual relations with Kashou from the visual novels.


* InterspeciesRomance: The central premise of Nekopara is Kashou starting romantic relationships with the catgirls he works with. It's not a shameful relationship in the setting, to the point where there's a common word for it (catpanion in the English translation).

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* InterspeciesRomance: The central premise of Nekopara is Kashou starting romantic relationships with the catgirls he works with. It's not a shameful relationship in the setting, to the point where there's a common word for it (catpanion ("koineko" in Japanese[[note]]a three-way pun between "kaineko" ("pet cat"), "koneko" ("kitten"), and "koibito" ("lover")[[/note]]; "catpanion" in the English translation).


* ''Nekoparaiten''[[note]]"Raiten" means the act of visiting a shop[[/note]]: An upcoming mobile game being developed by Yostar

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* ''Nekoparaiten''[[note]]"Raiten" means the act of visiting a shop[[/note]]: An upcoming mobile game being developed by Yostar


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** In ''Vol. 3'', some of the characters go to "a[ musical] instrument store near [Yokohama] Station".[[note]]The English text reads, "Yokosaki Station", but based on comparing the Japanese text, and the fact that no "Yokosaki Station" can be found, this appears to be a mistranslation.[[/note]] The background is a drawing of the area of the Minami-Saiwai bridge over the Saiwai river from the intersection of Pal Nerd St. and 5th Avenue. The neighborhood beyond has at least three music stores, so it's not clear which one they might have been thinking of.

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** In ''Vol. 3'', some of the characters go to "a[ musical] instrument store near [Yokohama] Station".[[note]]The English text reads, "Yokosaki Station", but based on comparing the Japanese text, and the fact that no "Yokosaki Station" can be found, this appears to be a mistranslation.[[/note]] The background is a drawing of the area of the Minami-Saiwai bridge over the Saiwai river from the intersection of Pal Nerd St. and 5th Avenue. The neighborhood beyond has at least three five music stores, so it's not clear which one they might have been thinking of.


** In ''Vol. 3'', some of the characters go to "a[ musical] instrument store near [Yokohama] Station".[[note]]The English text reads, "Yokosaki Station", but based on comparing the Japanese text, and the fact that no "Yokosaki Station" can be found, this appears to be a mistranslation.[[/note]] The background is a drawing of the area of the Minami-Saiwai bridge over the Katabira river from the intersection of Pal Nerd St. and 5th Avenue. The neighborhood beyond has at least three music stores, so it's not clear which one they might have been thinking of.

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** In ''Vol. 3'', some of the characters go to "a[ musical] instrument store near [Yokohama] Station".[[note]]The English text reads, "Yokosaki Station", but based on comparing the Japanese text, and the fact that no "Yokosaki Station" can be found, this appears to be a mistranslation.[[/note]] The background is a drawing of the area of the Minami-Saiwai bridge over the Katabira Saiwai river from the intersection of Pal Nerd St. and 5th Avenue. The neighborhood beyond has at least three music stores, so it's not clear which one they might have been thinking of.

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** In ''Vol. 3'', some of the characters go to "a[ musical] instrument store near [Yokohama] Station".[[note]]The English text reads, "Yokosaki Station", but based on comparing the Japanese text, and the fact that no "Yokosaki Station" can be found, this appears to be a mistranslation.[[/note]] The background is a drawing of the area of the Minami-Saiwai bridge over the Katabira river from the intersection of Pal Nerd St. and 5th Avenue. The neighborhood beyond has at least three music stores, so it's not clear which one they might have been thinking of.


** Maple and Cinnamon: Cinnamon is a LoveableSexManiac who turns a lot of things into sexual innuendos and gets lost in her fantasies. Maple is a no-nonsense catgirl with a calm head. Bonus points for both of them being breeds of cats whose ears curl in opposite directions.

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** Maple and Cinnamon: Cinnamon is a LoveableSexManiac who turns a lot of things into sexual innuendos and gets lost in her fantasies. Maple is a no-nonsense catgirl with a calm head. Bonus points for both of them being They even happen to be breeds of cats cat whose ears curl in opposite directions.


** Maple and Cinnamon: Cinnamon is a LoveableSexManiac who turns a lot of things into sexual innuendos and gets lost in her fantasies. Maple is a no-nonsense catgirl with a calm head.

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** Maple and Cinnamon: Cinnamon is a LoveableSexManiac who turns a lot of things into sexual innuendos and gets lost in her fantasies. Maple is a no-nonsense catgirl with a calm head. Bonus points for both of them being breeds of cats whose ears curl in opposite directions.


* SeldomSeenSpecies: Or at least, breed. It's not too often cats are differentiated by breed in media, and when they are it's usually Persians, Siamese, or Sphinxes (and even then those are typically used as stand-ins for other cats who ''lost'' their hair). This game has catgirls based off of Maine Coons, Munchkins, American Curls, and Scottish Folds.

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* SeldomSeenSpecies: Or at least, breed. It's not too often cats are differentiated by breed in media, and when they are it's usually Persians, Siamese, or Sphinxes (and even then those are typically used as stand-ins for other ''other'' cats who ''lost'' lost their hair). This game has catgirls based off of Maine Coons, Munchkins, American Curls, and Scottish Folds.

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