As summer continues, Mika stops by Himeno’s café to take a break. However, she experiences a strange dream.
Yes, it’s a hot and summer day and of course, Mika is trying to gain some inspiration on what to create. As expected, the library is full, so she ended up in Himeno’s coffee shop. Of course, we know that she probably fell asleep. After all, Himeno’s grandmother isn’t going to give Mika a free drink. Of course, Himeno’s father and grandmother starts reminiscing about the good old days. Of course, this ends up influencing Mika’s dream as you see soon.
As expected, this becomes obvious as Himeno is waiting at the clubroom for Mika. Yes, it’s club activities. However, what makes this a dream is that besides Naoko wearing that big Kappa mascot costume, which is out of the blue, Himeno takes them to the river side instead. Touko was there wearing a swimsuit while eating a parfait. I don’t think she would be doing that when she is so serious on creating the perfect piece for the contest.
While it’s an obvious dream, it’s a nice beach episode if you can call it that. Of course, Touko is the one that strips off Mika’s clothing, revealing her swimsuit. As expected, it’s a nice Touko and Mika moment. A little bit too nice. Also, they also catch some eel, which I don’t think they can catch by using their hands that easily.
Of course, the dream gets even weirder when a Kappa shows up. Mika and her friends follow it to an underground sea kingdom. From there, they meet Himeno’s grandmother as her teenaged self. Besides singing, she gives them a trivia question asking if Mika is the cutest pottery girl.
Of course, all said yes, but the answer is actually no. This is when Mika’s dream crumbles down as she wakes up and Himeno right there. She was waiting for Mika to wake up so they can return to the club house. Yep, Himeno’s grandmother’s reminiscing of the past got to Mika’s head. Still, it provided some nice moments of course. Next time, I guess the girls will get a bit serious towards creating their entry for the contest.
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