Love’s Sweet Garnish Preorders Have Arrived

Friday, September 7th, 2018

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oprainfall | Love's Sweet Garnish

 

Denpasoft is pleased to announce that preorders are now available for the visual novel Love’s Sweet Garnish. This includes both digital and physical versions. As cherry blossoms gently flutter to the ground all around, Asaki’s thoughts are focused on revitalizing the cafe owned by his grandmother. Two girls named Rira and Richer soon show up, wanting to work at the cafe. Soon they will all find themselves entangled in the bittersweet story of Love’s Sweet Garnish. It has the following features:

  • Fully voiced in Japanese (except main character)
  • English, Japanese, and Chinese Language Support
  • CG Gallery
  • Music Gallery
  • Character Designs by Miyasaka Miyu and Miyasaka Nako
  • Two Routes

oprainfall | Love's Sweet Garnish

 

Preorders are also available for the physical version of Love’s Sweet Garnish, according to the press release. The physical edition comes with the game disc. There is a preorder bonus, too, though. If you preorder directly through Denpasoft’s website, you’ll get a download code for the game so you can start playing it right away (once its released) while you wait for the physical copy to arrive! Here are the pre-order pages:

Preorder Love’s Sweet Garnish – Digital Version

Preorder Love’s Sweet Garnish – Physical Version

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