As the girls pick up an item Nina needs, they have to go to a shop that is owned by Benten.
From the looks of it, it seems that Benten is scary. While Kon becomes excited about the items in her shop, she accidentally dropped an item when Benten surprised her. It was the eyeball crystal. Now, the girls have to work for a year to pay off the item Kon broke. Yes, that is harsh, but it’s bound to happen given how strict Benten is.
I have to admit, it’s surprising to see that Benten is into cosplay when she forced Kon to wear embarrassing outfits. It’s not surprising since Kon looks good in these outfits, especially the maid outfit.
Thankfully, Benten gave the girls a path to freedom, but at a cost. They have to roll a high number or they will work two more years. Chiya managed to roll a high number. With that, they are now free while receving the item Nina needs. Still, it’s funny that the girls left without changing. Either way, it seems that the shop keeper felt bad hindering their Urara training, so she went easy on them.
The second half was rather heartwarming as well. It seems that Koume’s clothing became tangled with Chiya’s hair. It seems that Chiya doesn’t want to cut her hair nor Koume want to damage her clothing. In other words, they have a nice bonding time, especially when Koume admits that she is friends with her. Yep, it leads to awkward moments, especially when Koume unbuttons her blouse. Not so surprising since she said awkward things while untangling Chiya’s hair and Saku heard it all. Yep, Saku definitely have yuri-vision.
At the end, it’s understandable why Chiya keeps her hair long. Her mother gave her post dramatic stress syndrome when her mom cut a tail of a snake. Of course, her mom almost cut Chiya’s hair as a result. Still, it’s saddening that Saku cut her hair short since she looks good with long hair.