With Fuuka’s mother at the aquarium, it’s obvious that she wants to pick up her daughter. Obviously, Fuuka tries to plan her escape, temporarily.
It’s pretty obvious that Fuuka’s mother wondered where her daughter went off to. It’s obvious that Fuuka is not ready to return despite her mother being desperate for her to return. As expected, Kukuru came up with a plan for Fuuka to escape. Of course, she almost blew it by trying to wait for the bus. Thankfully, she hid when Kukuru’s grandfather drove past. I won’t be surprised that those couples posting images on Fuuka’s sightings on social media allowed Fuuka’s mother to find her.
Fuuka is reminded of the first day she arrived in Okinawa. Eventually, she ended up at the bar that Undon works at and she cooks a meal. A surprising and familiar lady stops by and recognizes Fuuka and hugs her. Yep, fate brought them back together as she is the fortune teller that Fuuka met. Not only that, but she also happens to be Undon’s mother. She helps find her a place to stay at. Still, it’s quite amazing that her fortune became a reality.
While Undon’s mother takes her there, Fuuka decides to stop by at the beach. Of course, she sees the same kids trying to collect some sea creatures off the beach. As expected, they wanted the aquarium to add a white shark. Not sure if they can do that for obvious reasons.
When Fuuka tries to tell Kukuru what she plans to do and asks about the new sea creatures, she remembers the sick fish. Yes, the one that she can relate to and decides to return to the aquarium. It(s obvious that she doesn’t care about her mother catching her. Of course, Kukuru already took care of it and brought the bad news that she couldn’t save it.
In the end, Fuuka’s mother finally understands why her daughter wants to stay at the aquarium. After seeing her daughter become a bit passionate about that fish, she let her stay for a while. It’s obvious that her mother wants to have her daughter at home so she can spend more time with her. After all, she didn’t get to see her daughter grow up for a few years. Still, it’s nice that Kukuru managed to change her mind thanks to her backing Fuuka up.
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Grandma’s Plum wine might have played a role in changing Fuuka’s mother’s mind! Magical stuff that!
I won’t be surprised either if that happened, but it’s good that her mother changed her mind without a fight.
Great to see Kukuru and Fuuka got each other’s back. Their bond was strong enough to convince mom to let Fuuka stay a little longer. So nice.
Love Udon’s mom.
Agreed. It’s nice to see their bonds getting even closer. Yes, Udon’s mother is good.