Tama goes on a study sleep over with her friends. Obviously, Tama is more interested in cooking food and playing games instead of studying.
Now that the semester’s final is coming soon, Tama heads to Hana’s apartment for a study session sleepover. Of course, Tama seems more interested in cooking. Given that her grandmothers taught her, it’s not surprising. When she came over to Shion’s apartment, she promised to make dinner. It’s funny how Tama introduced herself to Shion and then talk about food. Tama promises to Shion to continue to look after Hana. It’s obvious that Shion might be supporting the Tama and Hana pairing.
With that, Hana and Tama wait for Eiko and Kamuri at the station. It seems that Tama is looking forward to the sleepover that she brought video games. Kamuri can’t wait to taste Tama’s cooking. Of course, Eiko have to remind the girls of studying for finals.
It’s funny how the girls talk about the things that scare them while being alone. Eiko mentions that she has a feeling somebody is watching and Tama said it’s herself. Also, Hana mentioned the time of finding a screw while in the dark. It was near the door and she doesn’t know where it came from. As a result, she couldn’t fall alsleep. Of course, she eventually finds out where it comes from towards the end.
While talking though town, the girls see an eel restaurant after Kamuri mentions it. It’s interesting to learn more about Tama’s experience of working at an eel restaurant during a field trip. While it’s hard work, she doesn’t receive lunch, thus she has to bring her own. She also reveals that she does the cooking for her grandmothers and also manage the food budget. Hana praises Tama’s responsibility and she said that she admires her. It’s obvious where this is going, right? While Eiko pets Tama, it’s clear that this episode will have a lot of Tama and Hana shipping moments.
When Hana and her friends arrived at the apartment, they found Hiroe. Of course, she is carrying back bags of goods, but wearing sweats without realizing it. It’s hilarious how she took out the garbage and then went out shopping without changing. As expected, the girls became shocked after Hiroe says hello to them. Hiroe apologizes to Eiko after realizing what happened and Kamuri slapped her in the butt as punishment. Thankfully, the girls fixed that quickly.
Hana eventually reveals that they are having a study session. With that, Hiroe decides to help the girls and the girls are impressed by how smart she is. It’s not surprising since Hiroe is the student council president during high school.
Either way, the girls accomplished a lot and Hana offers her to use the bath. Yes, they managed her to take a bath and even use the bath salts that Eiko bring over. It’s funny how Hana took a shower and Tama came in to have a bath with each other. It’s quite obvious that she wants to have a bath with Hana. Afterwards, The girls had a nice and delicious dinner that Tama made. After dinner, Hiroe left.
With that, the girls decide to go to sleep. Before they actually did so, the girls told ghost stories. Of course, all of them manages to scare Hana despite nobody dying. Despite this, Hana couldn’t sleep and took a drink of water. This is when she found the screw.
Thankfully, Tama is there to calm her down and Hana tells her about the screw. She is scared that the place could fall apart. She eventually believes that being afraid of everything is strange.
Thankfully. Tama doesn’t see Hana being scared being strange. She sees that everyone is different from playing dating sims. If all the characters are the same, it wouldn’t be worth playing. Still, it’s funny how she doesn’t like girls who have an ex-boyfriend. She even said this when Eiko plays with the dating sim. Nevertheless, Tama sees Hana more admirable since she is able to live alone and pets her head. From this, it makes me wish that Tama and Hana would become an official pairing.
In the end, the screw came from the light panel shell that fell off. Thanks to Kamuri, she is able to find the culprit. Aside from that, it’s nice to see Tama’s grandmothers take Tama out to an eel restaurant since they have a lot of money left over. ¶