Fuuka has big dreams. Sadly, they don’t always work out. However, she finds herself somewhere in Okinawa that finally led her to a faithful encounter.
It’s obvious that Fuuka dreamed of becoming an idol. Sadly, despite her pretty looks with being a potential top talent, she simply didn’t make it. Apparently, Ruka won the top position, thus Fuuka feel that she can’t achieve her dream of becoming top idol. She basically gave up.
It’s obvious that she couldn’t stand out in the group to make it. After all, idols depend more on popularity than just cute looks and talent. Of course, her mother rubbed in her failures again with saying Fuuka’s choice of quitting is good since it’s not stable and throwing a cheer up party. Who thought that was a good idea?
As expected, she has different plans as she looks at a poster for Okinawa. Yep, she decides to take a detour trip. After arriving in Okinawa, she even stopped by a fortune teller. She read her fortune. I find it interesting how she knows that she can read Fuuka perfectly.
Of course, she asks why she ask why the fortune teller is in a small shop. Of course, she went on by how terrible her life is, until she did the actual reading. She instructs Fuuka to head towards Sagittarius, which shows up around sunset. Of course, she gives the reading for free.
Eventually, Fuuka headed to the location as instructed. She slept at a beach. When she woke up, there was stuff on her. Not to mention, her hat is missing, and her mother bothered her with missed calls and text messages. I guess Fuuka didn’t realize that a spirit child took her hat. Yes, it’s the same spirit that eats fish heads in a shrine near Kukuru’s home.
It’s obvious that her mother became worried that her daughter didn’t came back home. Not to mention, Fuuka made them wait until they find out that she is not coming home. The funny thing is that instead of leaving a reply, she shuts off her phone.
Fuuka wondered around and someone eventually saw her, exhausted. Kudaka Karin wondered why such a pretty lady is traveling alone. She gave her water and some pamphlets. Of course, the pamphlet to the Gama Gama Aquarium interests her. It must be that aquarium that she saw at the airport. I guess it’s not too surprising since the fish are pretty.
Karin eventually gives Fuuka her business card and takes her to the aquarium. This is where she saw a fish that describes experiences perfectly as an idol. Yes, that fish is Ecsenius yaeyamaensis, a fish that blends in the environment working hard eating the algae in the tank and rocks.
Eventually, she finds herself in a magical aquatic ocean were sea creatures swim around. That is until she warps back to the real world where she meets Kukuru. Kukuru is a cheerful girl that lives with her grandparents and work at the aquarium. I find it funny how she writes a report on squid instead of doing her math problems.
Kukuru eventually gives Fuuka a tour of the aquarium. Of course, when Kukuru mentions job opening at the aquarium, Fuuka wants to stay there. I guess that Fuuka’s faithful encounter with Kukuru allowed her to find a new dream to aspire to.