The results has finally came in. Obviously, Himeno shows a good deal of anxiety whether she will receive a reward or not. I guess it’s a moment of truth.
Obviously, after Himeno saw works from other students, she starts feeling a bit down. Meanwhile, the judges are looking at the photos of everyone’s exhibits. Of course, it seems that one of the judges find Himeno’s ceramic cushion interesting since the color reminded him of the crystallized sculpture that Himena made. Interesting how he was reluctant to point it until one of the judges asked.
Meanwhile, it seems that Himeno’s luck isn’t on her side. After all, she didn’t get the egg omelet sandwich. While Mami brought one back, it’s shows what to come. As expected, the presenter never said Touko’s, Mika, and Himeno’s name for honorable mentions. However, Touko and Mika manages to win a reward.
Sure, Himeno got her hopes up, but she ends to getting disappointed. Surprisingly, she takes it well by revealing that she didn’t win anything. Still, it’s obvious that she seems disappointed that she didn’t win anything.
Eventually, she got the cushion back and placed it in the family room. Of course, her father seems to find out about what it is from the presenter, and he has the urge to sit on it.
While it obviously broke since it couldn’t take his weight. Himeno went into the room and saw him on it. Of course, this makes her cry with joy as her father recognized her work. Sure, it’s funny to see Naoko and Mika freak out and her father apologizing. Sure, it’s her first real work, but hopefully she will make something better as she improves her craft.
Like with most schoolgirl slice of life shows, Yakunara Mug Cup Mo is enjoyable. While it’s only about 12 minutes long, there are some very nice moments as Himeno reconnects to her mother’s past time working with ceramics. As expected, the characters are very enjoyable, especially Mika given her cheerful personality and creative designs. She also has a thing for Touko. Also, Naoko is also close with Himeno and help give her emotional support.
As expected, there is already a second season announced for this, which I didn’t expect. I guess we’ll be seeing more in a few months.
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Himeno’s tears of joy admittedly kinda got me. Glad she accomplished what’s most important, besides getting Naoko to fall deeper for her of course.
Looking forward to more pottery goodness in Season 2 after Summer.
It’s good that she got something despite not receiving a reward.Her dad’s reaction is what matters more than a reward, which she can always try to get next time.
Yes, I can’t wait to see more.