Astute readers may have noticed that the booklet that accompanied volume 14, which showed a glimpse of the cardinal teachers' backstories, was called "Yuru Yuri Mini Fanbook 2". That was weird, because we have not seen a Yuru Yuri Mini Fanbook 1 anywhere. And so Dory went on a quest to find out what happened to that one, and it was wootamoot (a.k.a. vv) who found it on a pile of random internet raws he had. So here we are, presenting to you Volume 7's booklet, the first Yuru Yuri Mini Fanbook, which offered some interesting details about the yurus. There is also a Yuru Yuri trivia quiz, as well as a scene of Kyouko confessing to Yui. I'm sure it will be useful review material for anyone planning to attend the next YRYR-themed Jeopardy! show.
This booklet was made possible by Bakkin's new translator, 刀様, who is also working on a much more in-depth, detailed Yuru Yuri encyclopedia. Look forward to that one!
That's it, folks. Oomuro-ke had a good run. We had our fun together under the sun. But all good things come to an end, and so does this dysfunctional family. Hanako decided that enough is enough, and called it quit. Good for her; she doesn't have anything to learn from her two older sisters anyway, having built a harem of her own at the age of eight (8).
Please look forward to Namori-sensei's next Furutani-ke chapter.
And it's here folks. We know a lot of you are interested in this series, and so are we! So excited, in fact, that we could not wait for the official book. Heck, we don't even have a Kindle release, and these are the raws we got from NicoNico, which, as you will be able to tell soon, is horrible. We're planning on re-doing this on proper paper release the same way we did long ago with Oomuro-ke.