Sugar Apple Fairy Tale Light Novel Receives TV Series
So far, it is only known that the anime implementation will be a series that will soon be broadcast on Japanese television. Further details, such as the contributors or the period of publication, are still pending.
The original light novel “Sugar Apple Fairy Tale” was written by Miri Mikawa and was published in Japan from April 2010 to February 2015 with illustrations by Aki. The completed series consists of a total of 17 volumes.
A two-volume spin-off manga by Alto Yukimura, titled “Ginzatoushi to Kuro no Yousei: Sugar Apple Fairy Tale,” appeared on the Hana to Yume website between November 2012 and October 2014. In this country, neither the original work nor the manga is licensed.
First Volume of the Light Novel
Sugar Apple Fairy Tale Plot
After her mother’s death, Anne Halford decides that, like her mother, she wants to become a silver sugar master – a highly respected profession in the Kingdom of Highland where there are very few masters of this craft.
Anne makes her way to the town of Lewiston, where the royal family hosts a sugar sculpture festival once a year. To become a silver sugar master, she must take first place and receive a royal medal.