Rich, naive and betrothed against her will, Katagiri Yūhi finally decides to make a stand against her father and take her life into her own hands.
She might soon start regretting that, though. It appears commoners have somehow found ways to bypass the need for actual ingredients in their food and developed the devilish instant ramen. Not only that, their kitchens turn out to be minefields of unstable devices ready to blow up after a single wrong move, when all the knobs and buttons are beyond tempting. But it's not only her outlook on cuisine that is about to undergo drastic changes as she moves into the house of her fiance.
Thankfully, underneath her defensive-explosive attitude and constant threats of bringing death upon her enemies, there lies hidden an understanding and intelligent young woman. Otherwise it would've been impossible for her to survive even temporary coexistence with the lazy bum and pervert supposed to give her her happy ever after. Anyway, her only purpose is making it explictly clear how inadequate of a partner he is for her. Or is it? With the passage of time, cracks begin to appear in her resolve.
Yūhi is on a quest to discover herself anew and maybe, just maybe, find happiness along the way. Try to interfere, and she'll have you dead.