Who was the target audience for this?
Spot the Usagi BD behind him.
All the characters in the show are self-inserts for the various target audiences.
-Old men who want to ride little girls
-Hardworking fathers appreciating the cuteness and liveliness of daughters
-Anonymous background characters
So basically /a/, and also the fathers.
If people want to watch it for fap and fanservice, they would watch haremshit or stuff like KLK instead.
People with shit taste. I followed it for a few weeks at first but then just lost interest completely. There is absolutely nothing to look forward to in in subsequent episodes.
People who like to have a good time. Who doesn't love cute girls doing cute things? Outside of raging homosexuals and feminists, of course.
I want my daughter to have thick, healthy, shapely legs too.
The way these kinds of things work in slice of girls' life shows lives up to the slice of life title: in an actual girl's life there are some of those scenes, and if you imagine yourself as Syaro, you'd get the jokes about your cafe's poster looking like a gentleman's club, you've got that little girl doing interviews lifting up your skirt, pointing out show short it is and exposing your luscious thigh, there's Rize, and you have a bath scene every day, but this is all just a small part of life, and rather than fapping in the middle of the cafe, you're going to do your waitressing, chat with the other girls, and be all cute and fluffy. When the staff uses fap fodder as a light spice in this way, it better reflects the girls' life the anime seeks to portray.
Of course, teenage girls call each other sluts all the time, too.
>wondering about the target audience of late night anime
You do realise this is shooped, right?
We did get this though.
Can't stop listening to the last episode's ED
Threadly reminder that koi is the best artist for drawing cute girls.