Now that Chino finally decided what school she wants to go to, Chiya is apparently preparing for a race.
From last time, it’s obvious that Chino finally made up her mind that she will go to Cocoa’s and Chiya’s school. Yes, Chiya stated that she hasn’t put in a formal request yet, but they had a celebration anyways,
Of course, Aoyama was watching them when Rin storms into Rabbit House trying to find Aoyama. Chiya mentions that she is happy to have Aoyama as her regular patrons. Of course, when Rin about to give Chiya her business card, Aoyama was outside waving at her. Yep, it seems that Rin have a hard time keeping track of her.
After Rin left Rabbit House, this reminded Cocoa that there is a marathon this month. It’s funny seeing Chiya terrified having to run in the marathon. Of course, Cocoa wanted to do it for the sake of sisterhood. It’s funny how Rize notices next morning seeing Chiya trying to train with a dumbbell and a rope tied to her waist and a tire. She is training so that she can cross the finish line with Cocoa. Yes, of course, there is a better way to prepare than this.
I liked how Rize decides to help Chiya out. Yes, she tied a rope around her’s and Chiya’s body so that she can keep up. Of course, Cocoa notices that Chiya’s leg muscles are cramping. Cocoa is motivated to train now that she knows that Chiya is training.
Of course, Cocoa doesn’t end up waking up at all during the morning when it’s time to do the morning jog. Even Sharo tried train Cocoa after she begged her as she doesn’t be left in the dust. The funny thing is that Cocoa didn’t wake up at all. This makes me wonder, what is the point? Still, it’s funny seeing Sharo’s reaction when she finds out that Cocoa won’t wake up. Still, it’s nice for Chiya to give her a coupon for “All You Can Eat Wagashi Sweets.” I guess Rize’s diet is going out of the window.
Eventually, the day of the marathon has finally came. I am happy that Chiya and Cocoa manages to pull through. Yes, Cocoa held onto Chiya’s twin tails as her friends cheer her on, but they made it. I must admit that was a nice moment. Of course, Sharo wants to do the same with Rize obviously.
In the second half, Chiya is walking in a park with Chiya when they run into Aoyama. Apparently, she is dressed nicely as she is taking a day off. Aoyama really want to live her childhood and do hide and seek. Rize, Chiya and Rin tries to find Chiya, Cocoa and Aoyama. I must admit that it’s funny seeing Rize, Chiya, and Rin run after Chiya, Cocoa, and Aoyama. Also, I find it funny when Chino points out that they are nearby, they missed them. It’s like they are taunting them.
Of course, it didn’t last forever. Cocoa couldn’t resist Chino calling for her as she waves her hand. She doesn’t normally do this, but it’s an obvious trap. Of course, Chino couldn’t resist it since she can’t miss this chance. It’s funny seeing Chiya and Aoyama become sad that Cocoa sacrificed herself.
In the end, Chiya split up from Aoyama, but she ended up in a dead-end. As for Aoyama, it lasted a while, until they see Aoyama riding a merry go around. Of course, Rin becomes a big fangirl of Phantom Thief Lapin thinking it’s the real thing. Of course, it’s just Sharo. The funny thing is that Aoyama was there.
Either way, it leads to a nice moment with Aoyama reminiscing her time with Rin chasing after her. I must admit that this a nice moment and it’s obvious how much Rin loves Aoyama or rather, Midori. Still, it’s funny how Aoyama still doesn’t realize that Tippy is Chino’s grandfather when she wrote her first novel. Still, it’s nice to see the pairings riding the Merry Go Round. Sadly, Chiya is left out on the fun. It’s bound to happen. ¶