Sugar Apple Fairy Tale Part 2

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Japanese: シュガーアップル・フェアリーテイル


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Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 7, 2023 to Sep 22, 2023
Premiered: Summer 2023
Broadcast: Fridays at 21:30 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: J.C.Staff
Genres: AdventureAdventure, DramaDrama, FantasyFantasy, RomanceRomance
Theme: Visual ArtsVisual Arts
Demographic: ShoujoShoujo
Duration: 22 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 7.631 (scored by 2578025,780 users)
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Ranked: #14292
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Popularity: #2885
Members: 60,300
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Preliminary Spoiler
Sep 22, 2023
Sugar Apple Season 2, which is really just the second cour of a split cour, is a massive improvement in almost every aspect. The story, characterisation, drama and stakes are much more pronounced and impactful in this cour. It’s a must watch for any shoujo or romance fan.

I personally really liked the first cour, but I can’t deny there were some aspects of the show that felt underbaked. Namely the pacing and overarching narrative which I found lacking at times. Both are much better in this cour. You still have Anne reaching out to and making connections with characters which has always been the ...
Sep 26, 2023
HEYUM THIS IS BARBIE HERE >.<!!!

Sugar apple fairy tale for dilf lovers and cuteness lmao.

I need more of this, the soundtrack and the well directed scenes really transmits feelings, I'm in love with every sinlge character, they really did a good job, even casting the voices, shoujo is not dead and this masterpiece proves it. It reminds me of the "princess tutu" saga, which is sooo cute!! girly coded.

I think girls in general need shoujo on this times, we love shoujo bc of our dreams and hopes, right now the whole anime industry is focused to please boys and that's really boring, we don't want ...
Sep 18, 2023
Preliminary (12/12 eps)
A simple show with a simple premise. The relationship between Ann and Shall is heartwarming, and the art style is very pleasing to the eye, especially taking into consideration the more pastel coloring ala water colors that are not seen often in anime.

One of the things I personally like about this show is that it can be quite dark at times. The juxtaposition to what is overall a lighthearted tale keeps a viewer focused on how the relationship between Ann and Shall is more than just a rote romance anime.

This second part of the first season does seem a bit more contrived than the first ...
Nov 10, 2023
I love this story so much that I can't express it in words >w<
Lately there aren't many fantasy romance anime that really interest me, I think romance fantasy stories these days are very predictable, mostly it's just the looks that are good, not the story, like sometimes ml/fl forget their goal and instead create a harem, mc who has been overpowered since childhood or something like that. it really bored me. But Sugar Apple Fairy Tale is different!
I found this story while going through my fyp tiktok, and ended up really liking it. The story makes me relax, I also like listening to the ...
Sep 22, 2023
Mixed Feelings
Part 2 of the continuous fairy tale of sugar confections that the apples now don't inspire that much, and with intense drama, does it hold up as well or better as Part 1 should? Maybe, but my feelings are largely unchanged as per Part 1, except with some aspects that Part 2 did better than its Winter 2023 premiere counterpart.

To remind ourselves again, Sugar Apple Fairy Tale targets the Shoujo demographic, so whatever romance elements it had between the main leads of Anne Halford and her warrior fairy of Challe fenn Challe still remains the same as Part 1 does. Only that in Part 2 ...
Dec 10, 2023
I think this 2nd part of anime is a beautiful and suitable conclusion for the "Sugar Apple Fairy Tale" series. I really enjoy the storyline development and the issues that were in the anime, and the ending makes it more enjoyable to watch.

This anime is recommended for people who likes or new to a mix of fantasy and romance anime. The story in this anime is a classic romance fantasy that were in many fairy tales. The romance between Anne and Chale is so wholesome that I think this anime need to be given many attentions and appreciations that it should have.

This anime is ...
May 8, 2024
I'd recommend as the art style is very pretty especially when the wings are truly shown or any of Ann's sugar creations and the characters are enjoyable however, I wish it could've been paced better possibly even being split into two seasons fully as some areas feel rushed (mainly the story in episodes 1-13) and as if benefitable info that would've made the story stronger is missing. Something that bothered me was the mentioning of certain plot points but never elaborating. It felt as if there as arcs they wanted to go into but never did, again the pacing was an issue but not enough ...
Feb 20, 2024
Mixed Feelings
My sentiments for part two are mostly the same as those for season 1. While I like the romance aspect of this show, I just don't think it has a lot to offer outside of that. The whole sugar confection artist thing is tedious and not particularly interesting. Everything revolves around it. Friendship and/or sugar confections are the solution to nearly every problem anyone has ever had. I felt this in the first part, but it just gets a little more annoying in the second part. On the bright side all the good remains. I like the art style, and most of the time the ...
Sep 25, 2023
Sugar Daddy Fairy.

Sugar Apple Fairy Tale is a pretty solid fantasy series with an interesting world and beautiful art and animation. If you didn’t watch the first half back in winter, the story follows a wannabe sugar artisan Ann as she tries to navigate a heavily male-dominated profession in a surprisingly dark and dangerous world where fairies have become enslaved by mankind.
Part one finishes on a cliffhanger with Ann achieving her lifelong dream thanks to Challe sacrificing his freedom to the weirdly unhinged and obsessive Bridgette to foil the plans of misogynists, Ann now has to track him down so she can ...
Sep 18, 2023
Preliminary (12/12 eps)
Pretty good world-building, especially for a fluffy shoujo story. In a world where fairies exist, much of the traditions and professions have something to do with silver sugar confectionary. I'm willing to swallow that premise more than anime about niche things where suddenly, every challenge, event, and festival suddenly revolves around this obscure interest.

I like the method and craftsmanship they highlight in work sequences, although I wish they'd show even more. Also interesting that the 2nd cour features a storyline that touches on the overarching narrative of fairies being enslaved. This show acknowledges the hypocrisy of being "friends" with people who are treated as second ...
May 7, 2024
One of the best recent romance animes out there! Anne is adorable, strong, and just so talented. I love how shy she gets with Challe, and I wished there were more romantic moments between the two. I have to say, like season1, the focus is still on her work as a candy master, but with a twist and the arrival of a new, annoying character. Be prepared to be angry once again since as the mc, everyone is coming for Anne for no apparent reason.
Bridget is insufferable. Anne has more talent in her pinky than Bridget in her whole body. The blonde really needs to ...
Nov 24, 2023
Story 7.5/10
After the last part ended and how it ended I wasn’t only worried about how it would affect the story but I’ve got to admit that the first 3 episodes were not that easy to watch for me because I feel like they served to somehow entangle the writing issues while at the same time establishing a new arc. Unlike before I wasn’t as invested at first… That was until the 4th episode when it finally matched up. I’m still not fond of some of the writing decisions they made from the end of the first part and the beginning of this part ...