골목 후미진 곳에 위치한 낡은 과자 가게 [전천당]. 우연히 가게를 발견한 사람들은 무엇에 홀린 듯 이곳에 빠져든다. [전천당]에는 기상천외하거나 섬뜩한 분위기를 풍기는 이상한 과자들이 진열되어 있다. [고양이 눈깔사탕], [뼈다귀 캔디], [요괴 껌], [저주 인형 쿠키] 등 이름도 색다르다. 사람들을 사로잡는 이 이상한 과자들은 기묘한 힘을 갖고 있어 손님들의 고민을 해결해 준다는데……. 과연 [전천당]의 손님들은 고민을 해결하고 행운을 얻었을까? 과자를 먹고 행운과 불행의 갈림길에 놓인 사람들의 운명, 그 결말은?!
Summary - English
There was a candy shop. The shop seems to be hidden from the shopping street, as if it is clinging to the wall of an alleyway. However, a colourful array of sweets can be seen in front of the shop. Mayumi tilted her head. Was there ever a candy shop there? I’ve been down this road hundreds of times, but I’ve never seen a shop like that… That candy shop was the dividing line between happiness and unhappiness. (DeepL.)
It has a map of the shop and an overview of the sweets in each chapter (so potential spoilers, if you want to avoid that don’t open the sample!). I’m kind of torn between “this could be a fun support to make the reading easier” and “will I be disappointed if there are massive spoilers?”
yes! That’s what’s getting me, too. I think I’ll just get it and find out after Chapter one whether the overview is really much of a spoiler and then decide based on that whether to read those before or after each chapter. .
Oh let us know.
Based on some reviews I’ve seen of the series (and my language goals for the next year) I’m mostly reading this for listening practice and don’t plan to read the rest of them, so this might be a really great thing to have but it might be totally silly to get it
Does anyone know if you can get the anime in Europe? I couldn’t find it on Crunchyroll or any youtube links, they all turned out to be invalid here. Where else do you get anime? I’m a total noob at anime, it’s not really something I’ve gotten into, but thought it might be fun to watch after each chapter. Thanks!
It appears yo be short episodes in Japanese with English subs but not sure if you can watch them all. I’ve never used the site before but it let me start watching without logging in. The tune is kinda catchy
It would be useful for the ‘read up to’ sections to have an approximate percentage for e-book readers I think. I believe section one ends at the 4.24% mark in Japanese. (I think percentage based should be roughly equivalent for all digital versions in whatever format?)