After Yuuta finished his last nightly shift at a sweets factory, he allows the Street Observation Club come to visit his nieces for dinner.
In the short period of time, it seems that Yuuta proved that he could raise all three girls. Still, it seems that his aunt is not convinced by his capabilities of raising them once the new semester starts. It’s true that it will pose many problems for him since he can no longer take many jobs while he has to focus on college. Not only that, college work will most likely hinder his ability to spend time with the girls and get good grades. Even so, the Street Observation Club will most likely help him to lighten the pressure.
With the club members increasingly becoming curious of Yuuta’s nieces, especially Raika, he allows them to visit. Needless to say, she really likes them because they are really cute. She also warms up to them relatively quickly. It does pose a problem for Sora who likes Yuuta because Raika is a whole league above in terms of appearance and cooking skills. Despite this fact, she is surprisingly nice and teaches her how to cook. They eventually took bath after pouring flour on themselves and enjoyed it, especially with Hina and Miu joining them afterwards.
As for Shuntarou, his perversion levels skyrockets when he comes in and hands Miu some roses. Although she acts older than her age, she is still ten years old, thus off limits. It gets even dangerous when he also wants Hina for his harem. The only big surprise is Sora, which he considers an “old hag” for being older than 10 years old. This is something you should never say in front of girl, unless you want to get punched. Despite that, I expected him to become a bigger lolicon than he already is, but thankfully Raika was able to control his behavior.
Yuuta is now one step closer in winning Raika with the future for Sora looking bleak. Allowing her to teach cooking with him was awfully nice of her and shows that she has a lot of interest for him. Either way, I felt bad at the end when the landlady saw through the whole thing and is now evicting him for having too many people living with him. Come to think of it, he never thought about that possibility when he allowed his nieces to stay. I still think it will work out somehow. ¶