>no cute small girl
What's the point? They just missed a golden opportunity.
Is that sarcasm? Toast, bacon and scrambled eggs, that seems like a typical morning meal.
What kind of meal can they even serve fairies.
Right. That set is just the stereotypical breakfast meal, just with those Japanese-size toast instead of the usual size.
That make sense. Thanks.
I have no idea, the most common answers I could find are that they like their bread soft, so a thick slice means that the bread is still soft even after toasting.
>A warrior, a wizard, a reddish man, a beastman and a lizardman fight over what goes best with white rice
This is going to be a good show.
Egg is good, but it can't beat Japanese curry.
Yeah, what a "mature" series indeed, for one that tries to sell on that appeal.
I could forgive the extreme MILF/cakefag pandering right off the hook, if at least the main girl were youthful instead of yet another adult faced woman.
I really expected more of this, not sure why.
Half elves cannot breed.
I hope he let her move into the store soon. I just know something bad will happen to her if she's just left sleeping out in the open like that, even if there's a powerful dragon watching over her.
Her hands hiding her breasts in that scene just made me think that she'd look better flat.
Whate race or class is that guy anyway? Some sort of hand-to-hand combatant?
But she won't be freeloading, she's a hardworking waitress.
Well atleast they're not giant lizard.
Doesn't look like 10 silver coins to me.
I don't really know how they do it but there is a pretty good track record for food focused anime.
I watched the trailer and didn't think much of it but maybe I'll stick around for episode 1 at the very least
Only problem is this season seems pretty stacked of various "filler" anyway.
I want to see the story of how the hell this Chef found this portal in the first place, and how he realized he could cash in on serving fantasy folk.
Generic fantasy warrior: "By the Gods, this is the most delicious concoction I have tasted in the Five Realms! Prey tell, noble cook, what do you call this... divine feast?"
Chef: "It's... just a cheeseburger. Anyway, that's 900 yen, please."
"I don't have this... yen. Would you accept this bag of gold coins?"
"Whoa..... so.. does everyone carry gold where you come from?"
"Yes, it is our currency. This is a meager amount though..."
"No no... that's fine. Say... you want to recommend this place to your friends, that would be fantastic."
>Rie as Kuri
But Kuri doesn't speak, like at all. What the hell. Oh yeah, how fast was the first episode? I'm curious if we'll get to see Kuri's backstory animated.
Not really fujopandering. It's just a normal story about a guy moving into a new apartment filled with youkai and becoming friends with them.
>It's just a normal story about a guy moving into a new apartment filled with youkai and becoming friends with them
While that sounds nice and all, we all know how anime as a medium works, and when the cast is so predominantly male, as well as all main characters, the girls are few and non-attractive, and there's even a token shota, you can at least guess who the main target audience is.
>2 minutes into the show
>Best girl is already found
But best girl hasn't shown up yet.
That was good. Would've liked it more if it had any sort of focus on its foodmaking theme, like how the food is make to its diverse customers or how do they enjoy regular western food but I guess the only thing they will show are glances at the fantasy world.
>"I don't have this... yen. Would you accept this bag of gold coins?"
That's the advantage of having Isekai customers rather than just ancient-past customers. Only in fantasy would gold be so plentiful that everyone pay goods with them. It is hard to reconcile the real life scarcity of gold with fantasy where you can get gold dropped from killing random monsters.
(In ancient times the average person might only see gold once or twice in their lives.)
Selling gold puts you on a watchlist thanks to criminal organizations abusing gold as their preferred currency in real life.
Melt too much gold and people will get suspicious of you.
You clearly have no brain, you know.
If I had access to customers from fantasy worlds, I ask for seeds of fantasy fruit or fantasy vegetables.
And if anybody asks where I found these seeds, I lie and say I found them buried deep in snow/ice/permafrost.
So is this really Wake Up Girls + May'n?
You don't know how fruit/vegetable producers work. They are actually very rich.
Dole Food Company earns a lot of money and has a lot of political influence.
Every food company is looking for the next big fruit.
Food companies are attempting to create new hybrid vegetables/fruits all the time.
It's a big business.
So the dragon said the demon girl's been ADDED to her treasure. I guess that implies she considers the restaurant to be part of her treasure too? Is the restaurant under the dragon's protection?
Curry rice is the correct answer by the way.
MV version of ED. I'm happy she's finally releasing an album.
>this might be AOTS
I wouldn't go that far, but this is with all honesty one of the most competent shows so far in this season.
I really like the chef character. Such a good dude, I would have offered her the food in exchange for sex, of course.
So what did she do?
>Put a red glow on the girl and fly away
I thought she was going to give her a shelter
You normal fags are not fucking welcome here. Kindly leave and never come back. You are cancerous and have nothing to contribute to /a/. You are only having a negative impact on yourself and this board by being here.
Similar to pic related.
>when you have added just slightly too little water and when it's done each grain has a tiny crunch but you toss the stir fry over it anyway and everything tastes great regardless
Not being into lolis doesn't make you a normalfag. Never has, never will. Then again, that term subjective anyway. If you aren't a virgin some people will consider you one even though being a NEET, it makes no sense. Quite frankly, ever since fish eye took over this website the mods have been killing /a/ by not properly punishing people like you. The elitism used to make sense, now its just a bunch of 16 year olds saying lurk moar or go baq to plebbit. Theres no actual thought behind it anymore, its just buzzwords while contributing literally nothing to the thread/debate at hand.
Mastah really know his foreign exchange rate.
10k yen≈100 bucks
100 bucks could buy you around 56g of silver l. Considering a coin weighs about 6 gram, yeah 10 silver coins sound just about right
>Tits are better
Also they are everywhere, in any media, you can't hear or see anything else but tits when it comes to sex appeal.
Lolis are extremely rare in comparison, and becoming ever more extinct.
>being 35 year old NEET virgin who buys japanese cartoon BDs and leaves his basement once a month still doesnt mean that youre not a normalfag, you gotta be into lolis :DDDDD
Literally what you sound like
>I like a woman with experience. And by experience I mean knowledge from an age before civilization.
Fucking a dragon is basically hitting the jackpot in a fantasy world. It is almost as extreme as getting to fuck an angel.
So several stitches of the same scene, but not a single stitches of this scene?
You are all fags.
Shit, thanks for reminding me. Those screenshots were in a different folder.
>On a spring day when the cherry blossoms have started to fall, the naïve princess of a small country, Lion begins her days at a school in Hokkaido. The school houses a special facility run by ALCA that trains Logicalists who protect the peace of the world. Lion has a lot of unique classmates in Class 1-S, including Nina, a Logicalist. This is the story of the energetic and adorable days the Logicalists-in-training spend together. It’s time to Trance!
Okay, I guess.
It's about magical bakas having mock fights instead of fighting foreigners and so far there's no boy in it. Really the tie to the card game is just a setup to have cute magical girls. And it's Dogakobo. It's what they do best.
Good taste anon. She remember me Hazuki.
don't need to fight anon. Elf are God tier waifu.
Your the disgusting here. With your shit taste and the cowtit dragon who look like a whore.
Hes right though. Outside of noodle dishes and sushi Japanese cuisine is complete dogshit. Their curry has got to be some of the most disgusting I've ever eaten. How you can willing eat this mild, partially even sweet shit is beyond me. Their sweets are also bottom of the barrel tier by international standards. There is a reason why this show is about western cuisine, anon. Japanese cuisine is good for way too little dishes that truly differ from one another.
Im from latin America and currently living in whiteland. And Ive always wondered how a 35yr old man can be a complete NEET without having to leave his basement. Where the hell do they get their money from? The government? where I come from if you dont work you starve to death lol
Thats why youre considered to be les developed. If youre unemployed in a wester nation the tax payers pay for your expenses. You dont have to work a single day in your life if you dont want to. However, due to our social system being like this there are only very few natives who actually exploit it in such fashion.
What exactly is there that people dont understand? Why do they always need everything explained to them? Isn't this a very simple plot? Chef can use magic/has someone who uses it for him, travels through dimensions and universes to serve food to foreign creatures and makes money off of doing so. Who wouldn't do this if they could?
I always grin when i hear that VA.
>travels through dimensions and universes to serve food to foreign creatures and makes money off of doing so
Haven't watched the episode yet, but unless they've changed it, it's the other way around. It's the customers that are isekai'd to the restaurant.
Also, people in the thread are talking like the other world is like one of those JRPG types with skills and gold drops from monsters. I'm pretty sure it was a regular respectable fantasy world.
Once on the weekend, I think it was Saturday. Doors are created in the other world that lead to that restaurant.
The source of the magic was the bell, and the isekai customers started from his grandfather's generation, IIRC.
Web Novel Summary:
The Western Style Cathouse.
Near the business district and nestled in a poor corner of the shopping district, in the first basement floor of a multi-business building.
From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. is lunch time, and 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. is dinner time.
During holidays and weekends, the business district becomes empty.
Lunch is up to 1000 yen. You have your free choice of rice, bread and soup and it’s a good variety.
On the signboard mounted on the store’s entrance is the image of a beckoning cat. The cat’s bell is the main feature of this mascot. My cat-loving grandpa left this small store to me who, if I had to say, liked dogs better.
In other words, an average restaurant you can find anyway.
…Ah, but there’s one thing that’s different from other places.
Every Saturday, the store has some very special guests come in, and it becomes a business day.
Shouldn’t the store be closed? That’s right. That’s why it’s a special sale.
Only on Saturday, we welcome only these special customers, and because of that, superficially it’s a holiday.
Even I don’t know when my grandpa started doing this.
But, ‘Those on the Other Side’ call this place ‘The Other World Dining Hall’.
Since he only hires aletta once a week for 14 hours id asume that its a pretty fixed schedule, otherwise he couldnt really do that. The clock prior to the OP also implies that.
Only on Saturdays does his door open to fantasy land and his restaraunt is closed on that day on Earth so no staff or customers come in
He was described as "middle aged" in the light novel.
Some magic on the door's bell or something. One of the customer took notice of it but didn't comment further
Someone who doesn't want to be a literal slave in another world?
I mean, fantasy stories like to idealize the middle ages, but I'd rather not ACTUALLYY live in a time before proper medicine and basic freedoms were recognized as a thing normal people should have.
He's his own boss though and enjoys cooking.
His serving the other worlders is nothing more than a hobby. Any money he gets from them is given to an old merchant customer to buy spices and ingredients from the other world to understand what they eat and make his food better for them.
His bedroom upstairs looks more depressing than /a/'s bedrooms, though.
What does he do during his downtime anyway?
In my opinion, opening a fantasy coffee joint seems less stressful than a fantasy restaurant.
Also, I wonder how he exchanges gold coins for Japanese currency. He probably has someone melt his gold but eventually that person will notice his customer has too many gold coins and someone eventually will let his big mouth fuck shit up for the chef.
What is knight's sauce?
>His bedroom upstairs looks more depressing than /a/'s bedrooms, though.
This. Is cooking the any thing that bring joy to his life?
>Busty brown redheaded dragon waifu voiced by Ara Ara herself
i wanna NUT so hard
>Also, people in the thread are talking like the other world is like one of those JRPG types with skills and gold drops from monsters. I'm pretty sure it was a regular respectable fantasy world.
No respectable fantasy world would have gold coins going everywhere. Dragons having a Hoard is because they are dragons. There is no reason for "respectable" fantasy worlds to use actual gold coins for regular transactions.
>Also, I wonder how he exchanges gold coins for Japanese currency
Someone above mentioned that one of his customers is a merchant, so he exchanges spices and other stuff with him.
> From around thirty years ago, Thomas had been acquainted with the owner even when he was still a young child, and the owner knew much of Thomas who was a regular and a close acquaintance of his grandfather. The two of them spent a long time with one another and had the relationship of equal business partners as well as the relationship of close friends flowing between them.
>The merchandise that Thomas brought was full of high-grade foodstuffs, the Other World Dining Hall’s ingredients, that couldn’t be handled or prepared unless it was the Alfade Company’s doing. There was wheat, livestock meat, and all sorts of vegetables. There were things that you could find at the marketplace but also trade good that were transported a long ways from foreign countries and delicacies that could only be obtained from monsters that were defeated by hunters and adventurers. Trading the Other World Dining Hall’s proceeds with those said things was the deal between Thomas and the Other World Dining Hall.
That just makes me feel like the merchant is overcharging MC.
I don't see any huge ass freezers in this restaurant of a big warehouse anywhere in the restaurant. With gold coins, MC should have a lot more ingredients being sent to him all the time.
Talk about a ripoff.
MC is barely breaking even with this dickbag merchant.
The biggest real life restaurants have really big freezers and a semi-warehouse in the joint, too.
>Because one gold was a fuckload of money. Even silver.
Gold coins are massively rare and are used for international trade. They are such large denominations that you can't possibly use it to buy a meal. You use gold to hire assassins, to outfit armies, or to pay ransoms. Any fantasy setting that tries to do it properly would have lower denomination coins for daily transactions.
This guy walks in and eats your pork cutlet. What do you do?
>“Aah, you see, the owner himself is going to eat it apparently.”
>Thomas had that same question in his head when he started this deal with the previous owner and asked him directly. The answer to his question was that.
>“Eat it? The owner of this restaurant will?”
>“Aah, the previous owner was the same. Apparently he’s using it to study their flavors.”
He also once bought some crazy super medicine as well. Like a friend of his got into a bike accident where he was paralyzed and when the owner gave him the medicine, BOOM, he can walk again.
Doctors just thought he made a miraculous recovery
>I'm no geologist or chemist, but can't a fantasy world just have lots of gold in the ground?
No, because gold mining is still primitive. The output is low. For a fantasy world to have gold coming out of its ears, you would have to assume some alchemist is mass-producing the damn things from lead.
And the point here is trying to portray a "respectable" fantasy setting. Deliberately trying to make gold less valuable would go against that. Someone did calculations using 14th century gold coins, and determined that compared to modern world gold is about 8-10 times more valuable than today. That a 14th century worker would need to work 3 days to earn 1 gram of gold or a whole 24 days of work to get a gold coin of 8 grams. So a month's wages for a single gold piece.
I was so confused, for the first few minutes i could have sworn i was watching the adaptation of pic related, they even have the soldier and the useless sage/drunk in the opening scene
>Aletta was paid in silver and she thought that was a large amount.
Depending on exchange rate, medieval society has between 12 to 18 silver coins being equivalent to one gold coin. 13th century Constantinople had the best exchange rate of 18, which meant people mass-purchase silver coins there to swap for gold everywhere else. The Byzantine Empire ended up with a silver shortage.
>Even when you have wizards and shit to ease the process?
Using WIZARDS for MINING?
Do you think Wizards grow on trees, or otherwise mass produced in any way?
>depends on the setting, usually wizards are rather rare and you wont find them toiling away in the mines
Yep, exactly. If you have magic users being everywhere to the point of taking up low paying jobs, you have too many magic users and braks the balance. Wizards are suppose to be experts and not people you just hire.
I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure the rate limiting step in gold production isn't converting the ore, it's mining it in the first place. You'd need some sort of fancy diviner or something, that can see through solid rock and identify gold ore with no light.
To add onto >>159313834
>“To go through all that… even though he won’t see of a profit."
>“Well, to the owner, the Other World Dining Hall seems to be a hobby in itself it seems. Seeing the customers eat delicious things and be merry seems to be fun for him. …The current owner seems to resemble the previous owner in that regard.”
Obviously you don't make the wizards do manual labor, you hire them to summon low-level monsters for labor or cast Shape Earth or divine the locations of gold veins. Easy money for wizards who are in between adventures or otherwise just want to hang around. This certainly seems like a high-magic setting, too, given you have demons just walking around and most of them having magic powers with Aletta just getting the shit end of the stick and being less demonic than a Tiefling.
Not every wizard/magician is Megumin.
This chef seems more of a loser than /a/. Like he won't even spend money to make his bedroom more comfy.
He' stuck inside his restaurant all day long and he even sleeps in the restaurant.
That sounds like a prison if you ask me.
Maybe if the chef ever gets married, his wife would slap some sense into the chef.
I'm surprised the chef isn't doing any drugs. Restaurant chefs are notorious for being smokers or heavy caffeine drinkers.
It's not a fun job. Depending on the food you serve, you smell smokey, greasy, sweaty all the time.
The more you post about the merchant, the more I don't like him.
If I was the merchant, I force a family member to be a waiter or waitress for free on Saturdays just because this business relationship seems one sided in my favor.
I think I prefer that manga to this.
Also, I can't believe the author let a genuine loli get married in this manga and everybody accepts it, even the modern day Japanese people.
That girl was like 13 or 14 years old and the manga even showed a panel of the wedding ceremony.
The next time, the loli shows up, she may already be a mother.
I thought the author was gonna have the loli escape to the restaurant so she didn't have to be in arranged marriage so fast in her life but instead the author went through with the loli marriage.
You know building heat travels upward right and he sleeps in what seems to be like the attic with no circulation anywhere. Also, Japan's hot/humid weather, which means this guy likely doesn't get a good sleep at all. If he wants to care about his health, you think he try to circulate fresh air into his bedroom more and spend a little more money on a better mattress.
When the loli was introduced, she was a lonely loli because her parents were always away and never had time to eat meals together with her. It was also announced to her that she was getting into an arranged marriage soon.
I don't know if the loli was okay with her marriage but based on the loli's introduction, I thought the author was gonna have the loli become a waitress to postpone her arranged marriage.
Now, the loli has moved away into her husband's home and has less time to meet with her parents since travel is still by horse carriage so the loli can't exactly meet her parents often.
I don't know. I was just surprised the author casually had the loli get married and the loli never shows up again even though every old character at the restaurant has shown up again in the story once or twice, just not the loli
The merchant himself is not going to be important as a character
He's just meant to be cool and stoic so the viewer can imagine being him, while fantasizing about the beautiful woman who no one else in the world would touch except for the MC.
You must be really pathetic that your self esteem is so low that you can only imagine a woman being interested in you if the rest of society detests her.
>Aletta was paid in silver and she thought that was a large amount.
Well it seems the chef deliberately paid her minimum wage... by modern JAPANESE standards.
He converted 10,000 yen to 10 silver coins. Assuming the silver coins are 8 grams each, that's actually 480yen worth of silver per coin in the real world. So he is paying her with 4800yen worth of silver, likely due to silver being more scarce in Isekai and he is not bothering with complicated math. (8 grams is actually extremely generous for silver coins, as historically they tend to be made much smaller.)
You're just a normal guy right? You go to a normal grocery and buy maybe $20 to $50 worth of food in a trip there? Imagine if buying those same groceries in cash and the smallest bills you had to pay with were $10,000 bills. That's what using gold as your standard walking around money is like relative to how much stuff costs.
How come nobody in the fantasy world is amazed at Chef's access to Freshwater.
Wouldn't a glass of fresh clean water be more expensive than alcohol?
And strange how nobody seems to be ordering Ice Cream or shaved ice in this restaurant. You think instead of pork cutlets, people would be ordering Sugar based dishes because sweets should be expensive in fantasy world.
Why keep ordering the same dish over and over again?
If I was some poor fuck living in a fantasy world, the first thing I order is probably sweets like cake or creampie because even poor people back in our world in ancient times know sugar was something only nobility got to enjoy.
Why can't I post that I find the show shit while everyone can post their praises of typical soulless waifus and OISHII shit?
Why not be honest and admit that your butt hurts because someone doesn't like your show?
But does she make goat noises when you fuck her?
While it's certainly possible to eat rice on its own, rice is always best with a side dish. I'm quite partial to teriyaki myself.
>Work in real world all day
>Work with fantasy world all night
Poor guy. I bet he didn't taught him this at chef school.
Maybe she's a Space Elf? There's plenty of those around.
Based on the OP the fairies get parfaits. Plus, we've only seen one meal per person, pretty much, the only one we know who regularly gets the same thing is the dragon (I think she was called Red Queen in the credits). The restaurant in general is magical, anyway. I mean, a gas grill? An electric refrigerator? Those are fucking magical just in themselves.
Why are all the isekai characters from medieval, swords and magic worlds?
Isn't there any customer from a highly technologically advanced society?
Hell, I think this applies to isekai as a whole. Is there an isekai where the MC is transported to a world that is just like our but in the future, maybe a GitS-esque world.
I ate Yoshinoya in America for a year and I feel like curry is healthier than teriyaki. You have curry, potatoes, onions, and garlic.
Beef bowl is better than teriyaki chicken bowl but unfortunately, America's beef bowl aren't as delicious as the ones in Japan.
They're all from the same world, apparently. Except maybe space elf, no idea what's up with her.
> Is there an isekai where the MC is transported to a world that is just like our but in the future
That's just a time travel story.
It's more like Sun-Friday work in real world
Saturday is the work in Fantasy World
He probably takes another day off sometime as well though. Might be one of those stores that only do lunch and dinner.
12-2/3 and then 5-12 shifts.
Curry rice is the best, goes well with any fried food too.
I'm pretty sure the door connect to only one world, it just keep switching places depending on the time.
Given how the door just happened to appear when Aletta was in need, it's possible the magic involved won't place a door near a dangerous area. Otherwise you'd have stuff like the door opening into the vacuum of space or the bottom of an ocean or in the middle of a volcano, which would be at least as bad as a horde of hungry orcs.
He get constant powerful customers, he'll be fine.
Japanese curry aren't really spicy, the taste is a bit sweet. you should try that.
Of those three, teriyaki rice, but of Japanese food in general grilled eel on rice, and of food in general I find oyster sauce based Chinese dishes.
Then again I am half chink, so I'm biased.
Honestly, I like how the show just went into the thick of things immediately. Practically no explanation whatsoever, except for maybe demon girl's story, so that it can just let you dine in the atmosphere of the show.
I can appreciate that. We need more shows like that.
Cause she's pathetically weak and not really any different from a normal human girl. She said exactly that in her spiel. She's in a "caught between two worlds" deal, doesn't fit in with either. Outwardly she can pass as human except for her horns, but she can't fake it in the demon world due to no powers of any kind.
>finally watch it
>see the beef stew
Why are japs so terrible at making western dishes.
No carrots, no potatoes, no onions, no bread for dipping in the gravy or yorkshire puddings, and worst of all the beef has plainly been seared before hand to keep its structure instead of being nice and shreddable.
MC clearly isn't an /a/non.
I would run a Fantasy Hooters restaurant.
Pick up Poor Monster Girls.
Make them dressed up in Hooters Uniform.
Win Win Situation.
At least that way, I can handle being a soulless wage slave chef.
That make more sense, thanks.
I thought it gave a good enough reason. She's a demon but her demon part is so minor and weak that she might as well be a human.
I duno m8, what he cooked looked pretty similar to this
> no carrots
> no potatos
Those were plainly there.
> the beef has plainly been seared before hand
A technique I've learned is to sear one side of the beef to get the flavors provided by the Maillard reaction while still letting the connective tissue gelatinize in the slow-cooking process, so it's valid.
10silver seems like a lot for 14 hours of work a week. Especially considering she's just a bus girl/dishwasher basically. I guess he can afford it since he's got a mega-rich regular who tips him a gold piece every week, but still.
What is the point of a Dragon Queen visiting the restaurant when I can't even stare at her eating my food since chefs aren't really allowed to stare at their customers unless you were a Sushi Chef/Ramen Chef/etc
The MC spends more time in the kitchen than being in the same room as Dragon Queen. Barely any time to enjoy eyecandy.
Dragon Queen pays him more than all his other customers put together and protects his restaurant with her patronage. Even if she was his only customer he'd be coming out way ahead.
>But then you wouldn't have a classy establishment that attracts patrons like the dragon queen.
Four gold coins for a pot of stew a week. That's more than $300 assuming it is 8 grams per coin. Granted the same four coins are probably $3000 in value in the fantasy world in purchasing power.
And it is likely that the dragon is protecting the restaurant directly too.
The Dragon Queen isn't thinking properly.
Kidnap cows from Earth.
Make a personal, private cow ranch and steakhouse.
Force MC to make her beef stew and beef dishes everyday.
That's how alpha dragons are suppose to be.
She's probably done that several times already, she's over 100,000 years old. Probably got bored of it and is making things more interesting. It's like when you've beaten a game so many times and want to make it harder so you impose restrictions on yourself.
>this time I'll get a personal beef stew chef WITHOUT kidnapping him
>10silver seems like a lot for 14 hours of work a week.
she is technically under-paid, her ten silver coins in Japan would only be worth 4800yen, which is below minimum wage of 10000yen. However in reality due to disparity in purchasing power, she is paid the equivalent of 3 weeks wages in a medieval society.
>However in reality due to disparity in purchasing power, she is paid the equivalent of 3 weeks wages in a medieval society.
This is what I meant. 10 silver is a lot of money to her, worth way, way more to her than the labor she's providing. There are probably tradesmen who don't earn what she does in a week.
Well originally he was going to pay her 10,000 yen, but then converted into 10 silver coins. If you assume 1 coin = 100 yen then hes paying her 10,000/14=714 yen/hr which is about similar to minimum wage.