The increasing volume of smart edge devices, like smart cameras, and the growing amount of data to treat incited the development of light edge Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions with neuromorphic computing. Oscillatory Neural Network (ONN) is a promising neuromorphic computing approach which uses networks of coupled oscillators, and their inherent parallel synchronization to compute. Also, ONN phase computing allows to limit voltage amplitude and reduce power consumption. Low-power, fast, and parallel computation properties make ONN attractive for edge AI. In state-of-the-art, ONN is built with a fully-connected architecture, with coupling defined from unsupervised learning to perform auto-associative memory tasks, like with Hopfield Networks. However, to allow ONN to solve beyond associative memory applications, there is a need to explore further ONN architectures. In this work, we propose a novel architecture of cascaded analog fully-connected ONNs interconnected with an analog feedforward majority gate layer. In particular, we show this architecture can solve image edge detection task using two fully-connected ONN layers. This is, to our best knowledge, a first analog-based solution to cascade two fully-connected ONNs.