First, I did not play the visual novel so I cannot say how faithful is this adoption to the visual novel. Instead, I will judge it solely on the anime itself.
Nothing much can I say than the synopsis, but the dialogue is bland. It is just your average conversation rather than big speech where it is life and death. The story moves really slow. I am three episodes in and did not learn much about the characters.
The art is done really well for the main character and the scenary. If you are a fan of Tony Taka's art, then this anime would not
disappoint you. I found all the three girls are cute and maybe it is their eyes or their hairs, but something about their looks that I always look forward for to them. Scenaary is detail, but not stunning.
Nothing much can say in this part since the music is so average. From the sound of it, I think they took the OST straight from the visual novel. So far, there isnt one that is rememberable excluding songs. It is not amazing, but better than the average character's insert songs we often seen in anime since they did hired Lia rather than getting the main character to sing it.
All characters are so boring. All they talked about are bread, helping people, and the typical daily chore. I don't have any problem with it, but three episodes in and I did not learn anything important about the characters. The side characters feel like your typical RPG characters where they tell you to do this, get this, give you hint, and etc. Nothing really stood out.
I have never felt so bored when watching an anime. I can tell this show has potential and if I stay with it, it might pay off. However, with the lack of character development and combine it with boring dialogue, I have to drop it.
If you like Tony Taka's art and don't mind slow pacing story, then you will like this anime. Other than that, nothing about this show really makes me to look forward to the next episode.