Muon Sorata appears to be an ordinary college student. However, he has a secret identity, that of the mysterious thief called Mouse. He is supported by his three beautiful female subordinates.
Mouse is a manga series written by Satoru Akahori and illustrated by Hiroshi Itaba. It was serialized in the Japanese magazine Young Animal and published by Hakusensha between 1999 and 2004. Mouse was adapted into a twelve-episode anime television series in 2003. Written by Hiroyuki Kawasaki, directed by Yorifusa Yamaguchi, and produced by Media Factory and Studio Deen.
Yayoi is without a shred of doubt my favorite of the three main girls, That scene when she is pleasuring herself is gold. Throughout the show a lot of sex is merely implied, the manga ramps this up to eleven. And on that note there is a Manga Fanservice Compilation by Wizard. The show ended with a “See you Soon” title card implying that maybe at some point they considered producing more episodes or another season though that never came to fruition.