Michiru Amatsuki is a 20-year-old woman who just moved to Tokyo to change jobs. She lives in apartment 101 of Stella House Haruno, an all-female boarding house. There, she meets other women of different ages, jobs, and personalities. They all have something in common though: their love for good food and drinks. Sometimes all you need is good friends and a nice drink to destress from the world outside your home!
Michiru just arrived in a new city and is ready to make friends! She will learn that the best way to do it is with good food and drinks.
Michiru starts her new job and is captivated by her beautifully dressed co-workers. With a need to fit in, she now has one big dilemma… what to wear?
Michiru finally has some free time, she spends it doing yoga, figuring out why Nao is acting like a cat, and enjoying a delicious beer.
Makoto is stressed about her job search, but after some interview advice from Michiru and a few drinks, the girls will find out that she’s worried about much more than that.
Kae introduces the girls to wine, and it goes better than expected! Michuru can’t help but be amazed by Kae’s stylish lifestyle.
Michiru's homesick desire for fish will start with frustration and end with a new way to enjoy it... with sake!
Makoto seems troubled at work and Michiru takes notice. Barriers are broken and the girls wash away their worries over a cup of coffee… rum?
Michiru's hard work pays off when she lands a new contract! What better way to celebrate than with fried chicken and a whiskey highball!
Michiru is feeling a little body conscious and the diversity of snacks on hand is not going to help her shed those winter pounds.
Nao is jealous that Kae is going to Okinawa for New Year's so the girls throw Nao a very special dinner!
New year; New Michiru! She wants to become a true Tokyoite but after reading her fortune, it’ll take more than new clothes to lift her spirits.
Makoto is having a hard time finding a job. Nao, Kae and Michiru offer to coach her in the proper etiquette when networking. With their favorite beer, of course.