Happy Boys is a Japanese television comedy, following five young men who work at Lady Braganza, a shitsuji kissa (butler café). It was adapted into a manga by Makoto Tateno.

Television series

The series aired Mondays between 13:15 and 14:45.


Guest stars


The manga is licensed in English by Digital Manga Publishing,[1] and in Germany by Egmont Manga.[2]


Script error Makoto Tateno visited the cast and talked with them when she was developing the manga.[1]


Script error Snow Wildsmith described the manga as "enjoyable, but not all that memorable", but noted that the stereotypically "blatantly gay" chef could offend some readers.[1] Leroy Douresseaux felt the manga series had potential, but that the first volume was not "anything really special".[2] Connie C. described the manga as being "a cross between Antique Bakery and Princess Princess".[3] Matthew Warner felt it was fun to see the characters switch on their "butler-mode".[4]


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