Here I am once again to bring the next episode of Asatte no Houkou that I finished (can’t say “watched” because I’m so far behind ^^*). Anyway this was another good episode. So you all know the drill. Onward to the more tag.

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This episode starts right off where the last one ended. Shouko brings Hiro to her place to try to convince him that adult Karada is Karada. He doesn’t believe any of this really. So in the end Karada runs off to her room and Hiro leaves. Though Shouko goes after Hiro to make him believe. He just can’t seem to get it though his head, so Shouko gives him a swift kick.

Then Shouko heads back to Karada and tires to help her. Karada still believes this is all her fault. Shouko talks her out of that though. Then Hiro comes back, it seems he is starting to believe all of this. Hey, even the next day his co-worker notices and says something about it. Then he gets a call from Shouko. It has something to do with the festival that is coming up.

Now it shifts to the other characters, the one guy and the girl who runs the coffee shop. They have a talk and in the end she asks him to go to the festival. And thats about it for that part, I think I missed stuff there, but enh.

Then it goes to Shouko helping Karada get ready for the festival, in this outfit Shouko never got a chance to wear. Then finally, festival time. Shouko had it planed where Hiro and Shouko will hang out the whole time so Hiro can finally see that Karada is the woman.

So with that, that plan starts. At first, they kinda talk about what they did last year, then Hiro leads Karada somewhere as Shouko stays behind. Karada bumps into a lot of people on the way and she says sorry a lot…to each one of them. Then they reach the spot they were last year. Hiro tells Karada what happened there, then Karada breaks into tears. At this point, Hiro finally sees the truth. Then he asks why, and Karada replies so she wouldn’t be a bother. Now they head back and Karada forces Shouko to stay with them together. With that the episode ends.

Overall, again this is a good episode. The story is moving well and gives much to look forward to. This is something that everyone should watch to show that anime doesn’t have to have action or stuff blowing up or even fanservice.

Blames it on her

Blames it on her

He gets it!

He gets it!