Tamako is totally fired up for Valentines Day.
Believe it or not, I think Hyouka’s Valentines Day remains unmatched as it has so much tension. In comparison, it seems that Tamako’s desire to spread the Valentine’s Day is rather cheerful. She was so into getting the shopping district decked out for the day of love, which doesn’t mean anything for those without a relationship. Not only that, she filmed a commercial with Kana wearing rabbit suits promoting the shopping district, which is rather cute. On the other hand, it’s sad that her father rejected her idea for a Valentines Day mochi before he changed his mind.
On the other hand, the bird is just as crazy like the last episode. Besides obsessing over Valentines Day because he loves love, I think this bird is just weird, especially when he risks his life by perching on the cord of the cup telephones while Tamako and Mochizou talked to each other. It makes me wonder how the two manage to keep it up without causing an accident considering how plump the bird is. Even so, the last part was just strange. While he manages to miraculously project the commercial on the screen, he shows a mysterious video afterwards. This makes me wonder, is he a realistic bird robot created by some civilization we don’t know about? Maybe, but we’ll probably find out his true origins later on.
Aside from that, Tamako Market is shaping up to become a pretty enjoyable show. While I initially feared at first that it would tank, I think it’s starting to subside a bit. Still, I find Midori rather entertaining as Tamako and Kana commented about her hair. When Tamako tried to touch it, she gets flustered. After her reaction, I couldn’t stop laughing. She will get over it someday although there is some indication that Tamako might have some feelings for Midori. ¶