Don’t you find it ironic that the girls are having bad luck because of these bad omens? Thankfully, there is a way for them to turn their luck around.
With a big storm coming, it’s a good time for girls learning about good and bad omens. Yep, there were black cats that crawling over Chiya’s body. The funny thing is that she doesn’t seem to realize it’s bad luck. Also, the girls also mentioned about other bad signs such as a broken bowl and a shattered mirror. It seems that the girls are just plain unlucky.
While the girls try to do various things to stop the rain, the storm got worse every time. At least they managed to help Nono get over her fears over a thunderstorm. As expected, this was the thing that stopped the storm. It’s a miracle, showing that their luck has improved.
In the second half, it seems that Chiya, Koume and Nono failed the mole reading exam. The funny thing is that Kon is the only one that passed the test. It becomes apparent why, especially when Koume have Kon take off her clothing. As expected, Koume finds a lot of moles. Of course, things got crazy when Chiya rubbed Kon’s belly. It seems that Chiya can’t get enough of belly rubbing, can she?
Aside from that, Chiya learns why Nono wants to study by herself. It seems that she wants to become stronger instead of relying on her older sister most of the time. In short, Chiya helps her by painting a small dot on her back. It’s a sign that Chiya have gotten closer to Nono after opening up.
With that, the girls got the idea of painting moles on their body. As expected, it leads to an awkward situation when Saku walked in and saw the girls in their underwear only. In other words, it looks like Chiya’s harem just keeps on growing.