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The Little Brother's Restaurant

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Overview: The Little Brother's Restaurant is a group that provides food to individuals in anomalous ways. They offer dishes that are memorable to their customers or that are made from people close to them, claiming that these dishes "offer a 'taste' of the innermost sensations that cannot be perceived by taste alone".

The Little Brother's Restaurant serves customers in a location, but often relocates its business. The method of relocating the restaurant is considered to involve anomalies, and it is difficult to identify the current location. In addition, the fact that the business mainly targets individuals and does not conduct large-scale publicity also makes it difficult for the Foundation to identify the location.

Their goal is to provide an anomalous dining experience, and they may use other groups of interest or take irrational risks to achieve this goal.

The Little Brother's Restaurant has not been considered a threat to the Foundation due to the small scale of damage they have caused in the past, but due to the number of cases in which Foundation employees have become their customers in recent years, it has been determined that an active investigation of the group should be conducted.

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AKI Group

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Overview: AKI Group is an organization that distributes, sells, and develops anomalous items. All of the organization's constituent entities call themselves corporations with names beginning with "AKI". At present, neither the home base nor the size of AKI Group is known, but references to extraterrestrial activities are of particular interest to the Foundation.

Although there are differences among the constituent entities, the general philosophy of AKI Group is said to be the sanctity of joy and orgasm, the quest for greater delight, and the sense of purpose that allows customers to enjoy anomalous pleasure.

The anomalies in which AKI Group involved are mainly artifacts, many of which are intended to awaken and satisfy the sexual perversions of their users. In addition, there is a marked tendency for items collected from the group to have properties to perform anomalous modifications to the body and mind of organisms.

AKI Group is outwardly friendly, including the Foundation and other groups of interest. However, while it actively interacts and dialogues with users of its products and business associates, AKI Group's attempts to do so result in disruptions to the maintenance of containment and the general public. In particular, there have been scattered cases of behavior that leads to the unwitting use of anomalous items by subjects who have no intention of using anomalies, which is believed to be caused by the group's lack of explanatory ability and frivolousness in ethics and morality.

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Isanagi Clan

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Isanagi (日奉) is a rare surname of several of the anomalous humanoids that the Foundation has contained. The relationship between these anomalous humanoids is unclear, and their anomalous properties are diverse, but they all have names related to plants, such as Tatsuki (樹 / tree) and Makomo (菰 / straw mat).

People with the surname Isanagi have also been identified in many groups of interest, including Drunkness Street and the Tōno Yōkai Sanctuary, and some have been found to hold key positions in these groups.
In addition, there are a small number of documents in historical sources related to the Japanese anomalous society that indicate that the Isanagi were a clan with strong political influence within the Shūshū-In.

Due to these factors, people with the surname Isanagi are regarded as special by various groups, and are colloquially referred to as the Isanagi Clan.

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