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Nekoda is a small café located in Okinawa. Okinawa is one of the major tourist destinations for the Japanese (and foreigners as well) hence why the café has a constant stream of customers. A reputation growing with time, aiming to be one of the best around! The interior is lovable and it is situated near the ocean which makes it a perfect viewing point for anyone enjoying their food/drinks. One might even see a dolphin swimming by if they’re lucky. There are some tourist spots as well which keeps the island entertaining enough for young and old. A resort nearby helps a lot with receiving customers, the employees also live there in their own private rooms.
Nekoda also holds a secret from everyone. The employees there are specially hired hence why it is nearly impossible to get in as they invite the people themselves. These employees are very skilled in their own forts; not only in serving people (they will be trained in this in the beginning) but also in killing them. They’re mercenaries from all over the world.
Now a new batch of employees arrived due to conflict with the previous members due to personal reasons and wanting to experience something new… Whatever that might be. They will learn the ropes of being a waiter/waitress which they will need to mix with their side jobs. This might lead to some comical and surprising elements throughout the storyline. The boss can only hope that they will get along for once unlike the previous group…
Welcome to Nekoda!
Most of Okinawa Islands belong to the subtropical climate. Even in January and February, the average high temperature is around 20°C, making the area a popular winter getaway, although it’s often cloudy and usually a little too cold for sunbathing due to the winter monsoon. Spring, around late March and April, is an excellent time to visit if you don’t want to be run over with crowds of people. The rainy season starts early in May and continues until June. Summer in Okinawa is hot and humid but still one of the peak visiting seasons, while September brings a higher chance of typhoons. October and November are again good times to visit.
> Naha: The capital of the Okinawa Prefecture.
> Chatan: Some resort hotels and beaches (here is Nekoda).
> Okinawa (City): The second-largest city.
> Nago: Famous for Okinawa churaumi aquarium.