It was followed by two volumes and two anime series.
Kokoa Hoto moves into the home of Chino and her grandfather, a white fluffy rabbit named Tippy. To pay for allowing her to stay there, she works in their cafe, Rabbit House.
Kokoa is lost and stumbles upon the Rabbit House cafe while searching for her host family. Fortunately Rabbit House is run by the Kafu family which indeed is Kokoa's host family. There she meets Rize Tedeza, a part time worker at the cafe. Eventually Kokoa joins Chino and Rize and helps run Rabbit House.
- Chino's eyes are more blue on the manga cover, while in the anime, they seem to be a light periwinkle tone.
- Kokoa's hair is shown to be shorter in the manga whereas Chino's hair is longer in the manga.
- Before Koi officially published in the Kirara Max issue, they had a guest appearance showing the first chapter of this volume, but drawn in a different style. After Koi got accepted into the magazine, the mangaka changed their drawing style and redrew the previously mentioned chapter with the new technique, which is now the art style that can be seen in the officially released first volume.