Little Devil Cafe 1 by Oda Aya (street date: 28 April 2009)

Edited for reasons obvious to someone who's reading this manga.

Little Devil Cafe 1 (Level Comics edition)

Little Devil Café © Oda Aya/Shogakukan
Indonesian translation by PT Elex Media Komputindo
[Cover provided by Level Comics]

Little Devil Café 1 of 4 by Oda Aya
Original title: Koakuma Café小悪魔カフェ
Shogakukan Sho-Comi, shoujo
Volume 1 first published in Japan 2006.01
Published in Indonesia by Level Comics (PT Elex Media Komputindo)

In the throes of love at first sight, Sakura pursues the kewl and beauteous Chika, not to the ends of the earth but to a café where all the wait staff are male and the clients, female. To get even closer for more than a look-see, Sakura disguises herself as claims to be a boy and applies for a job. Little does she know that Chika, despite being blessed with the face of an angel, just loves to tease. Sakura will have to work hard not to lose to the little devil!

My question is: Is that little devil descriptor literal or metaphorical? Or both?

Street date: 28 April 2009

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