Nestled in a quiet neighborhood lies the Amber Teahouse, run by Seriho Inukai who, despite her 25 years, is as youthful-looking and absent-minded as any schoolgirl. Her flighty personality worries her secret admirer, a regular customer named Sarasa, so the girl asks for a job so she can keep her eye on Seriho. Along with Sarasa's friends from school, the jinx-obsessed Haru, and carpentry whiz Hinoka, the girls discuss ideas for new teas, go shopping, and try to create happy memories.
The slice of life style and pacing of the relationship development in Girl Friends and Ameiro Kouchankan Kanda are quite similar. Girl Friends involves only high school girls, whereas Ameiro also adds young adults to the mix. For light drama yuri series, these two are worth looking into!
Twenty-eight-year-old Cranry Bennett is a single woman who runs a bustling cafe. Though she doesn't feel the need to marry, she does need some help around the house, thus putting out an ad for a maid in the paper. However, she arrives home one day to find an unlikely applicant on her doorstep: thirteen-year-old Shirley Madison. Though Cranry would have preferred an older candidate she decides to give Shirley a chance. Together, the two talk about corsets, eat delicious meals and get to know each other.
Another cute, short, and SUPER fluffy manga about girls talking to each other. Amber Teahouse is a girls love title set in a teahouse, and Shirley is about maids and has nothing to do with romance, but it's impossible to be angry while reading either of these.