With Kanna allowed to stay at Kobayashi’s house, it seems that Kobayashi’s living space is shrinking. It’s obvious that they need a new home.
From the looks of it, it seems that Kobayashi’s apartment is not cutting it anymore. Despite Kanna being very young, it seems that Kobayashi needs to find a new apartment with more space. While searching for a new place can be difficult, thankfully Kobayashi found a place that satisfies Tohru and Kanna. With that, they prepare to move.
While packing up the boxes, it seems that Tohru finds something. Yep, it’s a special box containing a special outfit. It’s a western-style maid outfit and as expected, Tohru looks cute in it. Still, it’s funny how Kobayashi doesn’t want to wear it anymore since she doesn’t look good in it. It’s such a shame really. Even so, it’s nice to see Kanna and Tohru look through Kobayashi’s pictures when she was young.
After all the packing, they finally settle in their new place. Sadly, they shortly realize that there are noisy neighbors. It’s funny to see the reasons why. This range from cooking, singing metal and using a drill to make a wooden sculpture. While I don’t believe that these activities should cause this much disruption, the neighbors are getting into disagreements. Yep, it’s Tohru’s fault and she wants to rip them a new one. Thankfully, Kobayashi managed to defuse the situation before it escalated. It shows that Tohru has to get along with neighbors, even if they are disruptive.
The last part focuses on Kobayashi’s co-worker coming to her apartment for dinner. Of course, Tohru invited Mr. Fafnir, who looks like a butler who doesn’t like humans. There is also Miss Quetzalcoatl or Lucoa. She is well endowed dragon girl, more so than Tohru. Yes, she is wearing short shorts as well. Still, it’s easy to feel bad for Kobayashi, especially when she sees dragon girls that are more attractive than her.
Aside from that, it looks like Kanna finally goes to school next time. It makes me wonder how she will act around children considering that she doesn’t need to attend school. We’ll see. ¶