Sakura Fox Adventure

Sakura Fox Adventure

Mikoto is a foxgirl who lives deep in the woods, in a settlement full of foxgirls called Yamatai. Mikoto’s mother, Himiko, is the leader of these foxgirls, and she commends immense magical powers.
As the daughter of an illustrious woman, Mikoto is expected to train hard, and one day take her mother’s place – but there’s a catch. Mikoto is a complete failure of a foxgirl!

Despite being twenty-five years of age, Mikoto only has one tail. She fumbles even the simplest of spells, and her hand-to-hand combat skills are laughable. She routinely loses mock battles against her tutor, Ohana, and the other foxgirls in her clan shun and mock her owing to her ineptitude.
Unsatisfied with her mundane life in Yamatai, Mikoto dreams of leaving home and speaking to the humans that live in the nearby Warren Village. Mikoto has heard humans are wicked and untrustworthy, but Mikoto is an optimist at heart, and she’s sure humans can’t be as bad as the stories say.
And so, on one dark night, Mikoto runs away from her home to attend the annual harvest festival in Warren Village. There, she meets a beautiful knight called Juni, and she is irrevocably drawn to her. An intense, passionate relationship soon blossoms between the pair…

But foxgirls like Mikoto aren’t welcome among humans, and Ohana is determined to get her runaway pupil back, no matter the cost.
Can Mikoto and Juni’s love work out, or is it doomed to failure? That depends on you!

9 comments on “Sakura Fox Adventure

  1. The summary was interesting…until the yuri route showed up.
    I know that Sakura games don’t have intricate plots but that’s okay, what I really find annoying is that almost all the VNs they release are yuri oriented. Sakura Swim Club had a very shitty MC but they didn’t bombed it with Sakura Nova or Sakura Magical Girls, why the sudden hate for male protagonists?

        1. Normally I’d agree, but Sakura VNs seem to be so clearly aimed at a female demographic, they’re pretty girly/cutesy. A straight dude could just look up the CGs, I think it’s the queer girls who are actually playing.

    1. What are you on about? Just because it’s a yuri focused series it doesn’t mean it’s a hate on male protagonists. That’s just you reaching for the thinnest straws.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *