Somehow, Hana asks Miyako to go to a sweets shop to buy special cream puffs, which only 30 is made every day. Will she be able to do it?
The first segment is kind of cute. Since Noa had trouble brushing her hair since it becomes unwieldy when she bushes it, she asks Miyako for help. Thankfully, she agrees to do Noa’s hair so that she looks cuter than before. Of course, Miyako also does Hinata’s and eventually Hana’s hair. It’s surprising that Hana let Miyako touch her hair. Thankfully, Miyako didn’t do anything creepy to it such as sniffing it.
Of course, it seems that Hana doesn’t like how Miyako’s bangs cover her eyes. It can explain why Hana bought those hairpins so her bangs won’t cover her eyes. Still, I wondered why she covers her left or right eye. There is a reason. Given her shy personality, she is not that good at looking people in an eye. In a way, her bangs are probably some kind of security blanket. Still, Hana believes that Miyako is cuter with her eyes showing. I find it funny how Hana ties up her bangs that makes it look like horns. This shows that Hana isn’t good at doing hair.
Either way, Miyako tries using the hair pins and of course, she feels embarrassed. The funny thing is that Kouko is behind her after mentioning that Miyako treats Hana differently. Kouko happened to made a dress for Miyako as an anniversary of first meeting her. Apparently, Kouko want one of those Miyako transformation sets, but sadly, Miyako doesn’t have one. She gives her cookies instead and she seems happy to receive them as you would expect.
Apparently, Hana one of those signature cream puffs, but they are limited. That is why Hana wants Miyako to accompany her. As expected, Hinata loses Rock, Paper, Scissors so that Hinata can come with Miyako. I find it funny how she loses twice. I guess she is that desperate to be with Miyako. That is alright.
As expected, Miyako has to pick an outfit to wear for this special occasion. Of course, the only outfits Miyako has are cosplay outfits, her track suit and her plain clothes from high school. This means one thing. She will wear the outfit that Kouko made, which somehow makes her really happy as she sensed it. This makes me wonder if she has hidden microphones in Miyako’s bedroom. Either way, Hana seems to like how Miyako looks, although she initially thought it’s cosplay. I have to admit that Miyako looked really pretty.
Surprisingly, Miyako did pretty well. Sure, that police woman showed up, but thankfully she treated Hana as Miyako’s daughter. Also, Miyako is there standing with Hana as she orders the cream puffs in the shop. At least Miyako is making some progress in overcoming her shyness. Even after getting the creampuffs and Hana trying one, she still prefers Miyako’s. Then, Miyako makes a promise that she will spend her whole life making sweets for Hana. While this sound like a love confession, I guess Hana liked the idea of eating her sweets forever.
When they got home, Kouko seems happy that Miyako is wearing the outfit she made. This doesn’t come at a surprise. Either way, after the ending credits, Hana’s class is apparently doing a play for the cultural festival. Somehow, Hana gets the leading part. You know what this means, right? We’ll find out next time.