From the last episode, it is apparent that Yuina wants to have her own career instead of working in an inn. With the part timers suddenly quitting, it pushes the Fukuyo Inn into crisis, which causes Ohana to become uneasy and wanting to help out. This is where Yuina’s decision starts to get questioned.
Through Ohana’s instinct, she offered to help the inn while she is on a field trip. Even though I expected this from the start, she tries to tell off the former part-time waitresses, which was foolish since they will cause a scene. Besides that incident, her sacrifice of her free time in order help the inn shows a stark contrast in work ethics compared to Yuina. Like her grandmother, Ohana believes that serving the customers’ needs is more important than leisure activities and that she enjoys her job. With her lead, she influenced her friends, Minko and Nako to help out to make the job easier and more enjoyable. Additionally, she was very resourceful when the robot malfunction and she switched the dinner times with the showing to give them more time. Through their work strategy, they were able to set up and bring dinner on time. In contrast to Ohana, Yuina’s jealousy towards Ohana work ethics bothered me since she doesn’t understand.
Yuina may look pretty, but her unwillingness to help Yosuke simply puts her off as a spoiled brat. While she was born in the inn, she doesn’t seem to appreciate all the effort running it. Unlike Ohana’s grandmother who has greatly influenced her granddaughter with her ideals, Yuina is simply left to do whatever she wanted. In a way, this caused her to become less disciplined when she have to perform tedious tasks. She has to realize that any profession requires a degree of determination to succeed. This could explain why Ohana and Yosuke seem to enjoy their work even if it’s a lot. They simply want to achieve their goals. Eventually, Yuina helped clean the shower floors in spite of her childhood friend admitting the desire to marry Ohana. While her decision doesn’t show that she is willing to change her mind about her future career, she becomes appreciative to the effort put into operating an inn.
Although Yuina’s mentality is similar to Satsuki sans her craziness, I feel that one of the reasons why she isn’t so interested in running an inn is because the families’ desire to make a powerful heir in the industry. This doesn’t mean she don’t have feelings for Yosuke. She simply wants to decide her own future, go into the profession that she enjoys and work at it. Through her first time experience of scrubbing the shower floors, hopefully she will change her prospects for the better.