With the cultural festival over, it’s time for the girls to take a break. Yep, you know what this means, right?
As expected, the girls want to cool off from the hot summer weather. Kuina suggested that that they should go to an ocean during the weekend. As you would expect, Hinako never went to a beach before. This means she doesn’t have a swimsuit. Still, it’s funny how Kuina scares Hinako with the sighting of sharks. They are definitely not the animals Hinako want to attract since she would get eaten alive. Even so, it’s nice that Yua decided to tag along even if she is reluctant to do so.
Since Hinako doesn’t have a swimsuit and some of her friends want a new one, they went shopping. It seems that Hinako became overwhelmed by the selection that she doesn’t know which one to choose. Thankfully, Mayuki is there to help her. As expected, Mayuki had Hinako try on various kinds, even revealing ones.
Now when it comes to Mayuki, she asks a saleswoman for suggestions. The sales woman suggests ones for kids. Of course, this will make Mayuki upset since she has an appearance of a child.
It’s understandable that she wants to have a more mature appearance. Then again, a teeny tiny bikini does not quite fit her usual image. Still, Kuina’s and Hinako’s reaction to seeing Mayuki trying on one was hilarious. Ultimately, Mayuki settled with a one-piece swimsuit.
The next day, the girls have fun on the beach. It’s nice to see them have fun swimming, playing volleyball, relaxing and splashing water. When Mayuki went to buy drinks, she went too far.
In short, she became lost without carying her smartphone. Thankfully Ruriko is there to help bring her back while taking a break from a recording session. Hinako’s becoming a scarecrow also helped Mayuki and Ruriko find their way back.
In short, the girls had lots of fun and took a picture as a memory before they head back. It’s time to focus on work and the theater troupe.
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