My Dress-Up Darling Episode 11 Shows Off Marin and Gojo in a Love Hotel and Manga Café!

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My Dress-Up Darling continues to flaunt the budding relationship between Marin and Gojo. It seems like a lot of fans are anticipating the events that will further escalate the connection between our two lovely protagonists. This time, My Dress-Up Darling Episode 11 features Marin and Gojo in a Love Hotel and a Manga Cafe.

While the previous episodes portrayed the anime's wholesomeness, My Dress-Up Darling Episode 11 is full of intense and steamy sequences that will make you question the show's initial reputation. As the anime comes to a close, fans are also wondering if My Dress-Up Darling will be renewed for a second season.

Related: Where to Watch My Dress-Up Darling: Is it on Netflix, Crunchyroll, Funimation, or Hulu in English Sub or Dub?

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My Dress-Up Darling Episode 11: Marin and Gojo in a Manga Café

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Marin and Gojo appear to be having a great time on their day out. Prior to Episode 11, the anime featured both of them shopping for Gojo's apparel. Marin, who is carefree and outgoing, invites Gojo to a Manga Café.

Manga Café is a well-known Japanese culture in which people rent out rooms to read manga. As Marin and Gojo relax inside the Manga Café in My Dress-Up Darling Episode 11, they perfectly capture the emerging culture. Marin and Gojo ponder upon a certain slice-of-life manga titled "Help, I'm a Best-Selling High School Light Novelist Being Seduced by a Succubus Every Night! ", also known as "Succubus Nights," while surrounded by a large selection of manga, reclining chairs, and delicious snacks.

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They have a conversation and talk about the slice-of-life anime genre. Marin also starts bragging about the manga and declares her love for half-up pigtails. She also expresses her feelings for Rizu-Kyun, the manga's succubus, whom she wishes to cosplay but cannot since it is not her strong point.

Marin also believes that she will not be able to pull off a cosplay as cute as Rizu-kyun's character because she is too adorable for her. Gojo, on the other hand, stands up for what he believes in and encourages Marin to try cosplaying as the cute Succubus.

Related: My Dress-Up Darling Episode 10 Shows Off Marin’s New Cosplay, Tanned Skin, and a Secret Fan Service!

My Dress-Up Darling Episode 11: Marin’s Succubus Cosplay

My Dress-Up Darling Episode 11: Marin's Succubus Cosplay
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In My Dress-Up Darling Episode 11, Marin cosplays a new character. This time, she is drawn to the manga character "Rizu," who is a scantily clad Succubus. Gojo has a difficult time completing the Succubus cosplay with only a limited source material because the original drawings of the manga don't have enough details like the previous source materials he was used to.

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Rizu's back is also obstructed by her hair, adding to the ambiguity of the character. Aside from that, the sketches are too simple for him to follow, leading to his confusion and eventual dilemma. Everything works out in the end, as Gojo completes the cosplay in time for Marin's photoshoot inside a love hotel.

Related: How Did Gojo Make The Perfect Cosplay for Marin?

My Dress-Up Darling Episode 11: Marin and Gojo in a Love Hotel

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Marin books a hotel room that looks like the main character's room from the manga to complete the setup for her Succubus cosplay. When Marin and Gojo arrive, they discover that the hotel room they reserved is actually a love hotel, which leads to one of the most awkward and embarrassing scenes in the anime.

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They both agree to go in and continue their cosplay plan in order not to waste the 6,000 yen Marin has paid for the hotel room. They were both welcomed by the seductive atmosphere of the place, not to mention the vibrator on display at the side of the bed and the explicit content on the television, much to Gojo's embarrassment.

Gojo tries to remain calm as Marin informs him that it is quite common for cosplayers to rent a love hotel for a photo shoot because it is a relatively inexpensive option. Marin, on the other hand, begins teasing Gojo once more as she enters the bathroom and jokingly invites Gojo in.

Marin changes into her Succubus cosplay, leaving Gojo speechless. In awe of the Rizu cosplay, Gojo compliments Marin and tells her she's beautiful, much to Marin's surprise. They then take photos one at a time, pose by pose. Gojo also brings out some accessories that go perfectly with Rizu's cosplay.

My Dress-Up Darling: Marin Kitagawa as Rizu
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They both get carried away when Gojo suggests putting Marin on top of him in order to photograph Rizu's iconic lullaby scene from the manga. Marin, as a result, poses on top of Gojo and captures the shot.

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Everything was fine between them until they heard some loud noises coming from the room next to theirs. They only realize their awkward situation at this point, much to their embarrassment. They both react nervously, and Gojo touches Marin's waist and pulls her closer in an unlit room.

With strange background noise, seductive ambiance, and an out-of-the-ordinary position, it appears that both of them are leaning in for a kiss!! The fun comes to an end when the hotel phone rings and someone asks if they are okay. So near, yet so far!!

While some fans argue that the amount of fan service in My Dress-Up Darling is excessive, others believe there is more to it than meets the eye. While the fan service attracts a large number of viewers, the underlying messages are at the heart of the anime. At the end of the day, viewers must decide whether they can look past the fan service and consider My Dress-Up Darling to be a good and decent anime series.

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