"Parfait Girls" is the name of a manga series introduced in Act 1 that sets up themes and the characters of the game. A collection of the series is kept in the Literature Club's closet by Natsuki as her father disapproves of manga. The manga appears to foreshadow the events of the plot.


The protagonist first reads "Parfait Girls" during the Natsuki run on Day 2 of Act 1. This event unlocks a scene with Natsuki in the final credits.

"Parfait Girls" is described as "featuring four girls in colourful attire striking animated feminine poses." This is, possibly, referencing the title screen of the game.

Natsuki says that "Parfait Girls" is just simple things at the start but gets interesting when you get into the characters' backstories and romance. This is, most likely, foreshadowing the rest of the game.

"Parfait Girls" is also the reason Natsuki started baking, judging by her reaction when the protagonist calls her out for it. According to her, the manga has a lot of baking related chapters. This alludes to the fact that a parfait is a type of French dessert made from whipped cream, eggs, and fruit.

Trivia and Lore

  • The Urban Dictionary describes a "Parfait Girl" as a "female with many unseen layers, some freaky or random; full of surprises; often hides feelings beneath layers of fluff; a complex kid,"[1] similarly to all the girls in the game.
  • Only two characters are mentioned, Minori and Alice.
    • Minori is Natsuki's favorite character. In Japanese, "mi nori" means only and "min ori" means Mandarin; however, this could merely be a coincidence. She may also be the equivalent of Sayori, with the reader always feeling bad for her due to her misfortunes, according to Natsuki.
    • Alice is mentioned by the protagonist when recapping the story on the third day. He says “Minori and Alice found-“ before being cut off by Natsuki complanning about Monika moving all her manga to the top shelf. There is no more information about her, and she's not mentioned elsewhere.
  • Interestingly enough, in one chapter all the girls are obsessed with a guy at the ice cream shop. This obscure detail might reference how all the girls are interested in the protagonist, or it could just be a random piece of information.
  • Despite the game being about a Literature Club, only two pieces of literature are mentioned, with "Parfait Girls" being one of them.