Well everyone, it’s time for Manoyama to celebrate the foundation of the Kingdom of Chupakabura!
Yeah, everyone is excited and they have to be ’cause Queen Yoshino Koharu and her royal court must promote it on order to revitalize the town. Then again, having a kingdom named after an infamous creature in the Americas is unappealing.
Of course, promoting the kingdom’s founding would be hard because it involves money and Queen Yoshino can’t afford to make stupid ideas or she might not attract visitors to visit Manoyama.
Oh yeah, it turns out that it’ll be covered by a TV crew who are interested on Manoyama right after Queen Yoshino participated in the town mascot contest. Heck, they even brought a Manoyama native as a director named Amamiya who really wants to promote his hometown badly, even as far as inviting a famous band to perform during the Foundation Festival.
Well then, I hope that having a TV station promoting Manoyama, especially the Kingdom of Chupakabura, would do good for visitors to come to the town and recommend it to their friends and family.
Anyways, Queen Yoshino and her royal court are trying their best to come up with ideas to revitalize the town…
…all while being filmed by the TV crew. Honestly, I think Yoshino Koharu should ask for cooperation among the Manoyama natives, especially Chitose Oribe’s Board of Merchants and the Community Club, as they not only need financial support but also their participation for the upcoming Foundation Festival.
Also, they need to act natural in front of the camera. I mean, they looked so awkward in some parts of the footage that Yoshino and the rest wanted to get some attention. In any case, let’s hope that this TV documentary would do well for Manoyama’s revival.
Anyways, I’ll see you next time as Queen Yoshino and the rest are preparing for Kingdom of Chupakabura’s Foundation Festival!