Sakura Quest

Sakura Quest

Sakura Quest Episode 22 - The New Moon Luminarie

Erika continues her stay with the Ministers, and Shiori tries to convince her that Manoyama isn't such a bad place. Also, the hunt for the Golden Dragon comes to an exciting conclusion!

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Off to Magical Manoyama

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Episode 2

The Gathering of the Five Champions

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The Cry of the Mandrake

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Episode 4

The Lone Alchemist

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The Budding Yggdrasil

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The Rural Masquerade

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The Mansion in Purgatory

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The Fairy's Recipe

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The Lady's Scales

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The Dragon's Soft Spot

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The Forgotten Requiem

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The Dawn Guild

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If you like shows where cute girls will do things to promote their towns look no further than these 2 anime. Sakura Quest is more mature than LocoDol by far.

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If you like Sakura Quest, please watch Shirobako, 

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